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“Our gun laws will change”, says NZ Prime Minister

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Sure it will...................in a freezing day in hell!

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I thought semi-auto rifles were already illegal in New Zeland. :(

 

 

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So they only have a mass shooting on average of once every 30 years, and that is reason enough to pass strict new gun laws? Just more proof that no matter how strict gun laws are they will never be strict enough for some people. :angry:

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Gee, we couldn’t ban criminals and criminal behavior. That would be inhumane. 

 

Prison on should be horrible. Second offense, horrific. Third offense, death. Simple.

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I find it very difficult to believe that the people who knew the shooters didn’t know something was amiss. 

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1 hour ago, Sedalia Dave said:

I thought semi-auto rifles were already illegal in New Zeland. :(

 

 

No, all the weapons used were legal, in NZ, and he had a licence for them.

 

NZ also doesn't have individual firearm registration.

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Two Kiwis get together at the pub:

Kiwi 1 - "Hey mate, what's on for t'night?"

Kiwi 2 - "Thought I'd mosey over to the (church, mosque, synagogue) an' shoot some people."

Kiwi 1 - "No, mate, can't do that.  Tough minded liberal pols have passed common sense gun laws."

Kiwi 2 - "Oh . . .hmmm . . . 'Ow 'bout some darts?"

 

For cryin' out loud!  Isn't mass murder already against the law in New Zealand?

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I see the politicians are just as stupid in NZ as they are here in the US! :blink:

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1 hour ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

I see the politicians are just as stupid in NZ as they are here in the US! :blink:

You didn't know that guns contain a lot of hate, isolationist thoughts, anger and white nationalistic ideals. Shame on you Rye. 

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24 minutes ago, Capt. R. Hugh Kidnme said:

You didn't know that guns contain a lot of hate, isolationist thoughts, anger and white nationalistic ideals. Shame on you Rye. 

Mine don't! They're just little innocent guys!!;):)

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Maybe they need stricter laws against killing people. Or at least a law against killing people, that should stop any violence.

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3 hours ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

I see the politicians are just as stupid in NZ as they are here in the US! :blink:

 

Not so much stupid as recognizing if they don't "do something" they are likely to lose their precious elected office to someone else.

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It seems the police response was very slow. the guy carried on the killing for quite a while. Some things need to change. No police force can afford to not be prepared for something like this. There are no safe places anywhere.

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1 hour ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

It seems the police response was very slow. the guy carried on the killing for quite a while. Some things need to change. No police force can afford to not be prepared for something like this. There are no safe places anywhere.

 

Very hard for unarmed police force to effectively counter a deranged individual that is armed with a bow and a large supply of arrows much less firearms.  Unfortunately this factoid will be covered up. :( :angry:

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It NEVER ceases to amaze me when law enforcement agencies choose to go un-armed in the face of today's criminal element!  This is optimistic IDIOCY!!  Just the thought that an armed criminal will meekly surrender to an un-armed "authority figure" simply because said figure displays a badge and commands the thug to cease and desist surpasses any level of abject stupidity that one could imagine!!

 

Between worldwide threats from terrorism and the same level of violent drug and contraband activity, not to mention just lowlife criminal violence, one would surmise that personal weaponry for law enforcement would be the order of the day!!

 

Anything else would be complete and utter  DUMBASS!!!

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We  just had the annual Aussie  V Kiwi trans-tasman duel this last  w'end..wonder what sort of hassles our friends will have when they return home...Australia won..this Indian had something I've never had before ..a trifecta of blunders on the one day.. minor safey a 'P & SDQ....oh well s ##t happens I suppose :rolleyes:

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On ‎3‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 5:02 PM, Major Crimes said:

No, all the weapons used were legal, in NZ, and he had a licence for them.

 

NZ also doesn't have individual firearm registration.

 

Well apparently that's about to change in a few days.

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4 hours ago, Sixgun Sheridan said:

 

Well apparently that's about to change in a few days.

 

Most Aussies you speak to are surprised the NZ laws are what they are and most assumed they were similar to ours (obviously not those who have travelled or shot there)

 

The real part that hurts is that the shooter was an Australian (I think he lived off and on in NZ for 3 or 4 years?) and some Kiwis (the Mayor of Christchurch for one) have commented that this was an imported crime but they will be the ones who have to deal with the consequences.

 

All very sad and I feel for the loss of innocence that NZ once layed claim to.

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:FlagAm:  One of the reasons we left a European form of government. As sad as it sounds  most are forms of socialism.

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Howdy,

I wonder how much paperwork and waiting periods I have to do,

in order to stop gangbangers from shooting up Chicago neighborhoods???

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CR

 

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1 hour ago, Chili Ron said:

Howdy,

I wonder how much paperwork and waiting periods I have to do,

in order to stop gangbangers from shooting up Chicago neighborhoods???

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CR

 

What?? There are shootings in Chicago? Why isn’t this on the news? :rolleyes:

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12 hours ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

What?? There are shootings in Chicago? Why isn’t this on the news? :rolleyes:

It's on FOX News just about every day! Sadly that's the only place you'll hear about it! Democrat mayor!!

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8 hours ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

It's on FOX News just about every day! Sadly that's the only place you'll hear about it! Democrat mayor!!

Of course I wasn’t speaking of Fox. All the other guys

 

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Yep! Ban them all. That'll work.

Bans worked so well in Australia. Even created a whole new industry.

Well, it was a criminal industry, but what the heyy!

And they are so difficult to make.

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The top photo says West Midlands so thats the UK. I dont know about the rest.

 

 

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Has anyone noticed that during all of this, no attempt has been made to submit these “changes” to a popular vote?

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1 hour ago, Blackwater 53393 said:

Has anyone noticed that during all of this, no attempt has been made to submit these “changes” to a popular vote?

Things are different there.

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17 minutes ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

Things are different there.

 

Thankfully, things are different here!!!

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They have allowed terrorism to work.....

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