NY gun owners join other states in defying gun control laws

American Revolution

There are two ways for people who are not sheeple to resist a dictatorial government:

  1. Passively, via noncompliance; or
  2. Actively, via protests and armed insurrection.

Gun owners across America are choosing #1, passive resistance:

  • In Connecticut, hundreds of gun owners have not complied with a new state law requiring all gun owners to register their firearms by January 1, 2014. The CT state legislature had passed that law by invoking the Sandy Hook school shooting.
  • In Colorado, elected county sheriffs (55 out of 62) have signed on to a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a package of gun-control laws requiring background checks for private gun transfers and outlawing magazines over 15 rounds. The state legislature had passed those anti-Second Amendment laws by invoking the alleged Sandy Hook massacre and the preceding Aurora theater shooting. Some sheriffs, like Weld County Sheriff John Cooke, are refusing to enforce the laws, saying that they are too vague and violate Second Amendment rights. Many more say that enforcement will be “a very low priority,” as several sheriffs put it.
  • Even in “liberal” blue state California, gun owners in Sunnyvale, a city in Silicon Valley, are defying a new local law banning high-capacity magazines by refusing to turn in those magazines by the March 6 deadline. San Francisco had approved a similar ban last year, but SF police Sgt. Eric O’Neal said his department has no system to track whether any magazines have been turned in for destruction under the new ordinance. Both Sunnyvale and San Francisco enacted their gun control laws in reaction to the alleged Sandy Hook massacre.

Add the gun owners of New York to the above list of passive resisters.

Bob Owens reports for Bearing Arms, April 5, 2014, that New York state residents are required to register an estimated 1 million firearms designated as “assault weapons” under the NY SAFE Act by April 15.

But it appears there is overwhelming noncompliance.

NY State Police refuse to publicly share the number of firearms that have been registered (citing a provision of the NY SAFE Act itself), but leaks purporting to be from within the agency indicate that only 3,000 to 5,000 firearms have been registered, which suggests a noncompliance rate of a whopping 99.5%.

More encouraging still is the fact that the chief law enforcement officers in most counties have announced they will not enforce the SAFE law. NY State Assemblyman Bill Nojay (R-Pittsford) said, “The rank and file troopers don’t want anything to do with it. I don’t know of a single sheriff upstate who is going to enforce it.”

NY governor Andrew Cuomo had also invoked the Sandy Hook massacre when he pushed through the Orwellian-named SAFE Act.

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Do you see a pattern in the red-colored sentences above?

Every state that passed gun control laws IN VIOLATION OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, had invoked the alleged massacre of 20 children and 6 adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, 2012 — a massacre that former state trooper Wolfgang Halbig calls “a contrived event.”

Indeed, as The Newtown Bee reports, a “Gallup poll shows support for new gun laws jumped after the Sandy Hook tragedy. But a Pew Research Center poll shows that support has slipped. And even in the aftermath of Newtown, there were fewer people calling for new gun laws than there were in the late 1990s and early 2000s.”

So if the Sandy Hook massacre indeed was a false flag, expect another even more heartrending mass-trauma false-flag event to come our way soon.

For links to the posts FOTM has published on this contrived event, go to our “Sandy Hook Massacre” page.

See also:

H/t FOTM’s swampygirl

UPDATE (April 17, 2014):

Hooray!

As many as a million New York residents have failed to register their “assault weapons” and “high capacity” magazines with the state, by the April 15 deadline. Read more at Guns.com.

~Eowyn

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  2. I sure hope it’s “thousands” of gun owners as opposed to “hundreds” who haven’t registered their firearms in Connecticut.

     
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  4. We shall see. The registration deadline in NY is April 15. The State Police have started a registry for so called assault rifles. People will be able to call the police and have them check to see whether or not you are on the list – Big Brother style.

    There is a one year grace period in which you can register. After that, it is a misdemeanor. The police can then forcibly remove your rifle.

    From what I can see, few cops want to enforce this. The NYS Sheriffs Association has already stated that they will not enforce these laws. I am so sick of democrats – these laws do nothing for public safety. Enforce the laws for those who are actually a danger to society and leave everyone else the hell alone!

     
  5. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this important post. Good for New York!

     
  6. Hooray!

    As many as a million New York residents have failed to register their “assault weapons” and “high capacity” magazines with the state, by the April 15 deadline.

    To read more, scroll up to end of my post for link.

     
  7. Awesome picture! Good….

     

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