Canadian Gun Laws
Interesting to note: If anyone has done a study on whether or not the RCMP and local police killing of civilians, has gone up or down since the implementation of the Canadian Gun Law, of a while back? I bet it has! Now what does that tell you? Fewer guns in the hands of the public, yet more killing of civilians by government agents? Trigger happy? Poorly trained? Who knows and who cares, except the loved ones left behind to grieve over a senseless, and in all probability, an avoidable killing. :-(
It is also interesting (as I stated in my previous post), that at present, we have more police presence, at a time when we are going to be going into what I have previously termed ‘the mean years’. With an economic downturn, the likes of which (in all probability) has not been seen since the dirty thirties (or maybe worse), is the State presently paving the way for a new totalitarian future for us all?
I have often visualized Harper and his conservative minions dressed in Gestapo uniforms, eager and zealous to impose their new world order, while subjugating those without power or influence to the heels of their boots.
A new world order is coming and we need people that can take us in the right direction with conviction and determination, and with particular concern of the human costs to the most vulnerable in society. I know Harper can’t do it, as he has demonstrated he can’t see the writing on the wall, and cares nothing for people. Ignatieff is still an unknown? Therefore, a coalition government still sounds good to me. I believe people working together to help solve our country’s problems is better, than the top down management style of a right-wing Bush clone want-to-be.
Harper is diametrically opposite of Obama and what is coming down the pike. He has to go, and the present police state of Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety (sic), with him.
Well, I guess the above answers the question from my earlier post:
Lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.