by Mark Angelides
The Czech Republic’s Lower House has voted by a large majority (139 of 200) to allow Czech citizens to use their firearms in support of the State; loosely translated as “Folks can help out by shooting at terrorists”. And although this still needs two thirds of the Senate to become law, the President, Milos Zeman, is apparently quite excited to sign the bill.
The draft states: “This constitutional bill is in reaction to the recent increase of security threats, especially the danger of violent acts such as isolated terrorist attacks … active attackers or other violent hybrid threats.” It is a direct response to the ever-growing terrorist threat in Europe; many countries have had attacks, and there is a strong argument that the death tolls would have been lower in many cases if citizens were armed and “legally allowed” to respond.
There are already plenty of guns in the Czech Republic (mostly for hunting), with more than 380,000 licensed firearms owners out of a population of 10.6 million. This is one of the most gun-friendly nations in a European Union that is doing as much as it can to criminalize gun ownership.
Critics of the bill say that the Czech Republic does not need this law, as they have not faced any serious terrorist attack. It is a flawed argument, based on the notion that because something hasn’t happened, it won’t happen. It fails to take into account the massive demographic change that is taking place across Europe with enforced mass-immigration from the Middle East and Africa.
Things are looking grim for gun owners throughout Europe. In response to the Paris Massacre, the European Union felt that it would be a good idea to try and ban/limit guns for the European population (whilst ignoring the fact that the weapons used in the attack were not legally owned weapons). The Eu is demanding that certain types of weapon are banned and that magazines be limited in size (is it just a coincidence that California is trying to pass the same law at the same time or is it part of a larger Globalist connection?) .
Now here’s the kicker. In future, “All gun purchasers will be required to pass the psychological checks”. This is scary. The test will be determined by whom? What will be the parameters? This is a clear move to try and remove guns from people who do not buy into the Globalist perspective. It is wrong, it is evil, and it will come to the US soon.
by Mark Angelides