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On Thu, 21 Nov 2019 14:25:28 -0800, clinically insane, pedophilic, serbian
bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
sexual cripple, making an ass of herself as "Grikbasstarder®™", farted
Post by Grikbasstarder®
On Thu, 21 Nov 2019 17:04:10 +0000 (UTC), jew paedophile Baruch
<fluhs jew smut/lies/shite>
Flushing your OWN shit finally, dreckserb? What took you so long to become
house-trained? Was it because of your KNOWN love of shit?
You got that right!
What a mangina is he is!
Now here is Dan Zimmerman writing about how New Zealand failed to
convince gangbangers to turn in their assault weapons.
Gun Grab Failure: New Zealand Officials Begging Gangs to Turn In Their Guns
BY DAN ZIMMERMAN |NOV 21, 2019 |23 COMMENTS
Police Deputy Commissioner Mike Clement poses outside a temporary gun
collection venue in Porirua, near Wellington. (AP photo/Nick Perry)
How big a failure is New Zealand’s mandatory ‘buyback’ gun confiscation
program? This big. The country’s top cops have been reduced to begging the
nation’s criminal gangs to turn in their firearms.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s government rammed through an
assaulty-looking gun ban an buyback scheme following the Christchurch
shooting. With the amnesty drop dead date of the buyback period fast
approaching, New Zealanders aren’t exactly lining up to hand in their guns.
[Deputy Commissioner Mike Clement] warned gangs: no questions were currently
being asked but after the December 20 deadline, there would be no
He warned gangs: no questions were currently being asked but after the
December 20 deadline, there would be no guarantees.
As we noted earlier, New Zealand’s gangs have let it be known that they have
no intention of turning anything in.
Sonny Fatu, president of the Waikato branch of the Mongrel Mob, said that,
while some members of the gang may have illegal guns, they will not be
handing them in as they are necessary to their protection.
“Will gangs get rid of their weapons? No. Because of who we are, we can’t
guarantee our own safety,” he told Stuff.
Still, the police are approaching the gangs, hat in hand apparently,
pleading with them to give them their gats.
Earlier this month, Police Commissioner Mike Bush revealed 115 influential
gang leaders had been identified and police had spoken to 53 of them about
how they were managing the gun amnesty.
It was proving to be fruitless, as the patched members remained “very
You don’t say.
A few months ago, the buyback was trending at about 10% of the assumed
number of firearms covered under the government’s confiscation law. If they
manage to get up to 20% before the December 20 deadline — which the
government has basically extended indefinitely — they’ll be do extremely
New Zealand Gun Buy back confiscation
Police Senior Sgt. Braydon Lenihan poses holding a banned gun that has been
bent by a hydraulic machine outside a temporary gun collection venue in
Porirua, near Wellington, New Zealand. (AP photo/Nick Perry)
It seems that Kiwi gun owners, like those everywhere, know that criminals
have a stubborn tendency to ignore laws. And gun control laws in particular.
Which is why the New Zealand “buyback” was doomed from the start.
That, and the fact that with no gun registration, the government has no idea
who owns what, making proactive, door-knock confiscation impossible.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
The government’s political opposition is letting it be known that PM Jacinda
Ardern’s ambitious gun-grab has been an unqualified fiasco . . .
“It indicates quite clearly that the police realised the Government buyback
scheme isn’t working and they don’t anticipate getting anywhere close to the
lowest number of guns … they determined that they needed to send a signal to
ordinary people that they would not seek to criminalise them by default –
that message is clear.”
ACT Leader David Seymour said the fact there was a permanent firearms
amnesty in place, was an admission that Parliament had completely failed.