MSN reports an extremely dangerous Universal Background Check bill has been introduced to the Minnesota Legislature.
The bill is dangerous because in enables the State to compile a list of all gun owners, whether they bought a gun from a dealer, it is a rare collectable, an inheritance, a gift, or whaever.
Such lists have led to the murder of more than a quarter billion humans during the 20th Century, our of a total of 262 million victims of ‘dDeath by Government,’ or “democide.”
Holocaust survivors have described the process quite vivvidly, and their accounts are as like as two peas in the same pod:
“First, they say there is crime, so they must register the guns to stop crime. There was no crime but we registered our guns. ”
“The they sayd “Crime has not stopped so we must take the guns,” and we gave up the guns.”
“Then wwe saw the cattle cars, but we had no cattle, so we thought nothing of it.”
“But we were the cattle. We heard sounds in the night like people walking but were afraid to look. The next morning half the people in our village were gone, and so were the cars”
These Universal Background Check lasw the gun ban industry is pushing have a track record of being unenforceable, but of driving violnce rates sky high, as in Oregon for the years highlighted in red:
Given the number of deaths, the number of democidal campaigns, and the negligble profit in lists of gun owners, any Universal Background Check bill is aa severe risk to human life. Proportionately, a greater risk than mere firarms have ever been. This bill must not pass, Minnesotan’s lives depend on it.
The Second bill would require Minnesotans who lose a gun to theft report that fact to the local Law Enforcement Agency and without reading the bill I seen no foul. We should report stolen guns – but it would be much more effe tive to order Minnessota’s Prosecutors to treat gun theft and gun trafficking charges expeditionsly.
Those guns are used to facilitate well over 90 percent of all firearms related crimes and treating them as somehow harmless does everyone a disservice.