A secret document from Public Safety Canada reveals just how badly every level of government is willing to betray us.[i]
Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government will move forward with its diabolical plan to confiscate and destroy your guns.
The following provincial governments have betrayed you and your interests by holding “encouraging discussions” to confiscate your private property on behalf of the federal government:
- Nova Scotia
- British Columbia
The police services of ten cities across Canada – including Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Saint John, Halifax, and Charlottetown – are willing to betray you and confiscate your lawfully-owned property.
Public Safety says it held “encouraging discussions” over jurisdictional specifics, costs to implement the program in a jurisdiction, and what would be required to partner in the delivery of the Program.
Trudeau never offers to pay for anything unless you agree to his conditions. We saw that with his so-called “health care deal”. Trudeau will only give – aka, borrow more billions so he can buy support from premiers – if they agree to unspecified requirements “to partner in the delivery of the Program?”
As is typical for Justin Trudeau’s government, consultations with First Nations are an afterthought. While timelines are in place to confiscate guns from businesses and individuals, they haven’t even started speaking with Indigenous leaders.
“Engagement with Indigenous communities will also be initiated shortly to more fully understand their concerns and unique considerations…”
The Public Safety document promises that confiscating your guns “will not take officers away from the important work they do every day to keep Canadians safe.”
This type of half-truth is Trudeau’s hallmark.
The Public Safety document clearly states “that RCMP resources will be augmented to safely deliver the Firearms Buyback Program and those resources will be fully funded by the Government of Canada.”
No, Trudeau won’t take existing police officers away from their front-line policing duties because, Trudeau will spend billions to hire a Gun Confiscation Squad to confiscate your guns instead.
It’s a national disgrace that the RCMP chose the role of Quisling to thousands of law-abiding Canadians
In just seven short years, Justin Trudeau has doubled the national debt of every Prime Minister before him combined. He makes his father look like a rank amateur, and Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s failed fiscal policies almost bankrupted Canada.
And Justin will happily borrow more billions to pay for his Gun Confiscation Squad, too.
Some details remain unclear.
“Public Safety has also been discussing partnerships with industry to reduce the burden on police resources. It is anticipated that collection from businesses – including collection, transport, destruction, and payment – would be handled primarily by an industry partner under contract.”
Which industry? Firearms? Security? Private contractors?
We don’t know.
What we do know is that existing business inventory, including collection, transport, destruction, and payment, will begin mid-2023, according to this document.
We know that the collection, transport and destruction of firearms from individuals is scheduled to begin in “the second half of 2023.”
Firearms Confiscation Compensation will (perhaps) be paid at an unspecified date after that.
There’s a lot to unpack from a short, two-page document, but we’ll end with this terrible portend for the future of our sport, our culture and our way of life.
“…we are encouraged by the number of jurisdictions who have expressed an interest in partnering on the delivery of this important Program.”
Anything that encourages Justin Trudeau’s government isn’t good for firearms owners, our culture and our way of life.
Gangs and other violent repeat criminals won’t be stopped by any of this because they can’t be stopped by this. It’s not directed at them. It’s directed at you and ever other federally-licensed, RCMP-vetted firearms owner.
If you live in one of the cities and/or provinces listed above, contact your elected representatives and politely suggest they may not want their constituents – honest, decent Canadians like you – to hold them accountable for their betrayal of you and your interests in the next election.
Be polite, but firm when you write or call them, but write or call them today.
Trudeau’s government rescinded his list of amendments to Bill C-21 because of public opposition.
By working together, we can force him to back down again.
But only if we call and write every one of our elected representatives at the local and provincial level today.