Canadian Prime Minister Bans All AR-15 Rifles – Immediately

This was Australia’s gun “buy back.” Canada is next.

In the latest “NEVER LET A CRISIS GO TO WASTE” denial of civil rights, Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau yesterday (April 30) banned virtually ALL AR-15 rifles the country. Trudeau opted to immediately ban the firearms outright himself, which Canada’s current draconian gun laws allow, rather ordering a “gun buyback,” which would have to first be approved by Canada’s parliament. He did say that he would allow AR-15 owners to have two years to comply with orders to turn in their property. He also said that he would seek legislation at some later date on providing owners with some payment for their guns.

There is no grandfather provision in the new law. The ban is total. It prohibits buying, selling,trading, importing, exporting, OR USING, any military-grade assault weapons, anywhere in Canada.

Trudeau’s full announcement can be viewed at the following URL:

The announcement begins at 1:48

Trudeau has made no secret of his antipathy toward firearms. He announced his intention to ban AR-15 firearms in March, but delayed because of the Wuhan virus pandemic. In yesterday’s announcement, he indicated that banning AR-15s was just one more step toward even tighter restrictions on firearm ownership. I would not doubt but that his final goal is total disarmament of Canada’s civilian population. Such an event would leave Canada a socialist police state with no unalienable civil rights.

Already Canada has imposed fines and prison sentences for Christian preachers who teach from the pulpit that homosexuality is a sin, or that marriage is only a union between a man and a woman. Canada has strict anti “hate speech” laws.

Unlike the United States Bill of Rights, which was part of our Constitution from the beginning, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms did not become part of Canada’s constitution until 1982. According to a Canadian governmental fact sheet, “The Constitution is the supreme law of Canada; all other laws must be consistent with the rules set out in it. If they are not, they may not be valid. Since the Charter is part of the Constitution, it is the most important law we have in Canada.

However, the rights and freedoms in the Charter are not absolute. They can be limited to protect other rights or important national values. For example, freedom of expression may be limited by laws against hate propaganda or child pornography. Section 1 of the Charter says that Charter rights can be limited by law so long as those limits can be shown to be reasonable in a free and democratic society.”

Canada is fast becoming a democracy in name only.

~ Grif

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Dr. Eowyn
Admin
2 months ago

Wow, although not surprising, given “woke” Canada and “super-woke” Justin Trudeau. But does Canada’s prime minister have the constitutional right and authority to summarily issue law?

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  Grif

That’s just terrible. That means in Canada, Parliament is moot since the executive branch (the prime minister) can issue laws on his own. Even in Great Britain, the home of parliamentary government, the PM does not have the authority to, alone, issue laws.

DCG
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DCG
2 months ago

He claims these weapons were designed for one purpose only: “To kill the largest amount of people in the shortest time.”

Funny, I’ve never used mine that way. Nor the majority of AR-15 owners. Just the criminals.

I’d much rather use an AR-15 for self defense than a revolver or .45. I feel my accuracy and ability to shoot is much, much better with an AR-15.

Glad I don’t live in Canada.

Reuben G
Reuben G
2 months ago
Reply to  DCG

When you look at gun crime as a whole, not just “mass shootings”, semi-automatic rifles are the weapon in such a small percentage of deaths. For some devastating numbers on firearms, check out Nathan Lewis’s 5 part series on firearm ownership in the United States. https://newworldeconomics.com/some-facts-about-gun-ownership-in-the-united-states/ That is part 1. He shows how so very few people die from this type of weapon, and that the main reason why you should want the ownership of ar-15 type guns to be widespread is that this type of gun levels the playing field when civilians have to fight against their own government.… Read more »

Watertender
Watertender
2 months ago

Criminals do not obey laws so only the law abiding will get it stuck up their asses. If Andrew Cuomo runs for President in 2024 and wins, the American people will get screwed worse than they can imagine. He seems to be campaigning with his daily rants during the Covid19 pandemic.

PvtCharlieSlate
PvtCharlieSlate
2 months ago

Fidelito takes after his father.

PvtCharlieSlate
PvtCharlieSlate
2 months ago

I used to live in CT. I’m now in the Northwest (American Redoubt) and one of the first things I did on arriving was to buy the rifle I wanted since I was in Army basic: a Springfield Armory M-1A which is a civilian semi-only M-14. I kept the box it came in just because of the label that said “Not legal in CT”. At a campaign event here for the office of County sheriff, one of the candidates was asked about his position on red flag laws and concealed carry. He said his position was like that advertisement for… Read more »

Kevin J Lankford
Kevin J Lankford
2 months ago

“Two years to comply”? Sounds like he knows what the chances of mass compliance are. Plenty of time for him to come to his senses, or who ever his replacement may be, since I feel sure the ‘subjects’ of canada will maintain their good sense and judgement.

Ziggy
Ziggy
2 months ago

That 2 years is the one silver lining- it gives me hope that we can find solution (like ousting Castro Jr.).
I just can’t believe that clown got voted in a second time.

pa l
pa l
2 months ago
Reply to  Ziggy

likely some voter fraud

Tom W
Editor
2 months ago

Collectivism has four main branches or subsets: Progressivism; Socialism; Fascism and Communism. All forms of Collectivism,, once they acquire a critical mass of power (and so control), become ever more totalitarian. Nobody flips a switch, it accretes over time (e.g., look at the ever-declining state of free speech and thought on college campuses over the past couple of decades). An armed populace is the single greatest bulwark against the installation (or continuation) of totalitarianism. So Trudeau’s actions, as a spiritual successor of Hitler, Stalin and Mao (etc.) are entirely predictable. The big question now is if a critical mass of… Read more »

Joseph Magil
Joseph Magil
2 months ago

What better way to stop the spread of a virus than by banning a class of firearms. Obviously, these people are anticipating civil unrest or attempted revolution, which means that they are planning to institute extremely unpopular policies. This is called “democracy.”

DCG
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DCG
2 months ago
Reply to  Joseph Magil

The ban was “prompted” by a man who disguised himself as a cop and went on a 12-hour shooting spree with an AR in Novia Scotia.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11431071/ten-dead-mass-canada-shooting/

chemtrailssuck
2 months ago
Reply to  DCG

With that logic we better ban cars too, LOL! 🙂

chemtrailssuck
2 months ago

I feel bad for anyone unfortunate to live in Canada and who didn’t vote for this commie bass turd. ANY politician who is against guns you can bet they got an elite hand up their keister.

CalGirl
CalGirl
2 months ago

Because banning AR-15 -s will shorten or “fix” or otherwise affect the coronavirus? I don’t get The connection or immediate threat/meaning/ or appropriateness at this time. Please. Someone explain b/c the PrimeMinister did not. But of course, I digress…Canada counts as WHAT exactly in the “real world?”

DCG
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DCG
2 months ago
Reply to  CalGirl

See my comment above: The ban was “prompted” by a man who disguised himself as a cop and went on a 12-hour shooting spree with an AR in Novia Scotia.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11431071/ten-dead-mass-canada-shooting/

This had nothing to do with the Wuhan virus. The ban was in text form ready to go once an appropriate crisis happened.

CalGirl
CalGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  DCG

My point exactly, ” The ban was in text form ready to go once an appropriate crisis happened.” These gun bans are at the ready, independent of what EVER we NEED to be attended to at the moment, and ready to spring into action at a moment’s notice—a moment of someone’s insane action w/a gun. AND…independent of established Constitutional laws. I know….Canada is not the USA & does NOT have our Constitution…HOWEVER…our gun rights written into our Constitution extend from British Common Law that DECREED that every able-bodied male of a certain age OWN and care for and be ready… Read more »

Michael Garrison
Michael Garrison
2 months ago

More freemason filth!!

DCG
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DCG
2 months ago

Good thing they banned ARs so they can save lives. Other lives? Not so worthy: “Dozens die in Canada due to delayed cardiac surgeries during pandemic”

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/dozens-die-in-canada-due-to-delayed-cardiac-surgeries-during-pandemic-health-minister-says