Skip to comments.New Zealand Ammunition Supplier - Predicts Revolution
Posted on 10/16/2019 11:58:44 AM PDT by srmanuel
As most of us know New Zealand recently passed massive gun buyback and confiscation laws as a response to a Mosque Shooting...
The media in this country after heaping praise on the Prime Minister of New Zealand has completely ignored the story...
This youtube video features a major ammunition seller in New Zealand indicating that unless the laws are reversed a violent revolution could happen....basically saying what else do the people have to lose if their rights have been taken away...
Last night and Today Beto O'Rourke has proposed what Democrats really want, which is Gun Confiscation
It just goes to show you that the radicals we face in American exist everywhere in the Western World...
if I had a like button, you’d get a thumbs up.
I would not piss off the Maoris..................
I would not piss off the Maoris...
You tube for news. SICK.
I’ve asked several times for a voting button and also to be able to go back and edit posts.
Where’s her outrage over muzzies murdering people outside of NZ? True it was horrific but she’s just playing to the choir.
I agree.....On numerous occasions I’ve said things that I regretted to decent people here and asked the mods to delete them. But that usually took a little time and not until after the comments were read.
Nutjob who did the mosque shooting predicted a gun grab and a consequent violent backlash. The predicted reactions to his actions in his “manifest” haven’t been that wide of the mark so far.
Not going to take the time to watch the video. But based on observations over decades, I am doubtful. Just as when I hear people say that the American people will violently resist gun confiscation.
Why do people vote in these grotesque political creatures? Let’s not laugh,Sweden could quite possibly vote for that Greta thing one day.
I’d shove her scrawny azz into a wood chipper.
That lady is trying to bait him to say something stupid
They can count on violent resistance to confiscation by the Maoris. NZ police know this and tread carefully.
For better or worse Maoris are NZ’s entitled community and respond to any criticism with the usual charge of racism and “we were here first!”
I am more in agreement with the folks that say they will 'sneakily' not 'violently' resist any beta o'dork type confiscation scheme. It takes little effort to secure their property as not to be easily found, but handy for when needed. For those folks it's the having and availability of the tools needed to save you and yours that is paramount regardless of unconstitutional laws or edicts.
"A frightful Japanese broadcast has steeled us for the worst. It came though two nights before I left. A Japanese professor was describing New Zealand and how it would be developed by the Japanese.
He said that the lush fields, the wealth, the cities were in their grasp at last. The day of reckoning with insolent New Zealanders was at hand. Immortal Japanese troops would know what to do."
"The old men--well, your wife's father and mine, for example. They are stationed at the beaches. They know they dare not retreat. They have taken their positions now."
"The home guard is next. They have been digging in furiously. They occupy prepared positions near the cities and the best beaches. The regular army will be thrown in as the fighting develops. Everyone has decided to fight until the end. The cities and villages will be destroyed."
"Many families have gone to the hills. Cars are waiting to take the others at the first sign of the Jap fleet. My wife and the kiddies have gone. Your wife...said to tell you that she will stay until the last."
"It was my humble duty to assist in preparing the defenses of Auckland. I issued several thousand picks, crowbars, and axes. There were no other weapons."
That’s very interesting. I’d never thought of that.
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