Aussies best ignore Canberra amnesty

So Canberra wants another gun amnesty?

Since Howard’s final will and testament?  Since Canberra let in millions of illegal economic migrants in from the backward third world – Middle East, Africa, Asia, Pacific?

And since Canberra’s border farce has slipped through 260,000 illicit guns not made in Australia?   And since Canberra fuels ethnic non-Cultural Australian ghettos in overcrowded Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth?

Who in Australia listens to Canberra when they don’t listen to Australians?

We say to Ordinary Australians: ignore Canberra’s PR amnesty con!

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Frankly, like all directives from insular self-centred Canberra, just ignore all their hot air.  Stay free and independent and so survive.

  Canberra’s $5000 taxpayer chocolate cake for pollies, and that’s before their mid-Winter aristocrat ball this week.


Stay armed and load up because the cost of living, the ethnic invasion and crime wave and dem soft cock judges are only getting worse.

Canberra and Courts Soft on Muzzie Crime

Victoria’s Chief Justice Marilyn Warren and two other judges just handed out a soft year sentence to the ANZAC beheader Sevdet Ramadan Besim, removing all faith in our judiciary to protect us from imported terrorism.

Besim pleaded guilty to an act in preparation of planning a terrorist attack in 2015, in which he would run down and behead a police officer, an offence that carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.  So Justice Warren values police lives at just a 7 year penalty?

Health Minister Greg Hunt is right to blast Victoria’s leftist court system for ignoring the ­reality of the local and global ­terrorism threat. Hunt said,

“The state courts should not be places for ideological experiments in the face of global and local threats from Islamic extremism that has led to such tragic losses.”

And Canberra has just given up challenging the dodgy $90 million compo claim by 1900 illegals on Manus – Mal said just pay up, and then went to the mid-Winter polly ball.

Gun Amnesty Misguided

“Justice Minister Michael Keenan announced that there will be an ongoing national firearm amnesty as part of a bid to stop illegal firearms in Australia, in a vain attempt to curb the increasing levels of inner city violence. There will be no compensation offered unlike the compensated confiscation of 1996 where in the grand scheme of things, hardly anything of substance was handed in.

You just have to laugh at these things don’t you?

To be honest, this is nothing new at all and more a PR stunt on the surface. The fact is that in Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania there have already been permanent or ongoing amnesties where a firearm can be handed in, no questions asked. The reality is, if any firearms are indeed handed back they will be those from deceased estates or those that are discovered unintentionally, as is the norm.

Criminals didn’t hand their guns back in 1996. They will not hand their guns back in 2016.

The absurdities of this latest move are numerous.

  1. Does Keenan really think that criminals that have imported firearms illegally at a hefty price (claimed by Fairfax without any sources on prices) are going to have a sudden case of buyer’s remorse and surrender them for free?
  2. Will they surrender all those illegal drugs that come in with the guns at the same time?
  3. Will it do anything to stop firearm thefts from Police and Military as has all too often been the case, and if it’s anything like 1996 how many of these surrendered firearms will end up back on the street?

Keenan has also pledged another $88 million to scan freight entering Australia. The reality is it’s a drop in the ocean when less than 4% of it is checked. Realistically, it is financially and logistically prohibitive to check more and they know it. Even if it was increased to 10% that still leaves a 90% chance of success of something illegal getting through. It also still means nothing when there is serious organised crime influence on our docks, reknown gun runners working in Australian waters and virtually no port security. This is not to say do nothing, but just giving a realistic perspective on the rose-coloured press releases.

Also proposed is minimum mandatory sentencing for firearms trafficking. While some firearm owners support this idea, I personally am against mandatory sentencing for the simple fact that it removes discretion. Sure, sentencing is half the problem but that’s more about judges upholding and actually imposing decent sentences. Further, this is also incredibly dangerous for firearm owners and dealers especially. If they make one mistake with their paperwork are they then looking at being charged and thrown under the bus for something minor and have a minimum five years of their life taken from them? The potential for this to go wrong or be used against law-abiding firearm owners incorrectly is great and I personally think it is not the right way to go. We already have enough laws – they just need to be actually enforced.

And to top it off Border Force have announced yet another series of strikes across the board as part of an ongoing pay dispute. Keenan couldn’t have timed his announcement any better.

This whole episode in bureaucratic stupidity was kicked off with a series of Fairfax articles (full of the usual factual inaccuracies) earlier this week, which were essentially paid for PR to announce these changes. There is no doubt that combined with the Q&A attempted hatchet job on Monday night against Senator Bridget McKenzie, that this is a co-ordinated, deliberately timed announcement in the lead up to the National Firearms Agreement, similar to the planned media blitz that we saw during the Port Arthur anniversary. The fact that the Alannah and Madeline Foundation were even consulted raises more questions about the legitimacy of that organisation as an actual charity, as opposed to a gun control lobby group.

Alannah and Madeline Foundation board member Neil Mitchell couldn’t help himself on Radio 3AW either, even suggesting non evidence based arbitrary limits on the number of firearms a person can have. He was only outdone in the dumb stakes by the notorious Sam Lee’s suggestion that “lever action shotguns be moved to Category C because terrorists might get them.” It’s a good thing Man Monis couldn’t get an illegal Cat C shotgun or that Cat D and E firearms aren’t being imported illegally already.

La Salle Manufrance pump action shotgun never registered in Australia, thanks to Border Farce.


..cut down to a convenient cafe backpack version…

Gun amnesty is a joke, when a joke like Iranian muzzie Man Haron Monis can buy one on Sydney’s grey market for $500

Oh wait…what this latest chapter has indeed done is point out how incredibly useless the National Firearms Interface and the respective state firearm registries are. They do nothing to stop, keep track of, or prevent the use of, the massive amounts of illegal firearms out in the community. So why no discussion on scrapping the registries a la Canada and New Zealand? Oh that’s right, that would be common sense. We don’t do that in the Australian bureaucracy. We don’t think about cutting, we just spend.

My main concern about this latest move however, is that it could be the thin edge of the wedge and used as an excuse for further restrictions come NFA time. Put simply: “oh look, we’re going after illegal firearms like you told us to…..we upheld our part of the ‘deal’ now give us your lever actions and more.”

No Keenan, we’re not giving you anything.

The Federal Government also doesn’t want to embarrass its Australian Border Force and draw attention to the huge problems in the immigration programme.

It would be embarrassing to spend all that money on uniforms and press releases and not actually change anything. As far as Melbourne is concerned, the recent crime waves are almost exclusively the doings of both Sudanese and Middle Eastern gangs. But remember, we can deport criminals from New Zealand no questions asked but can’t do the same to those from the countries in question because the leftist snowflakes might get upset – like the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Remember, this is Australia – land of the ideological bureaucrat. The same stupidity that has said bureaucrats now trying to enforce a ban on online sales sites that do not charge GST at the behest of Gerry Harvey. Never fear, we all saw their genius IT skills on display at the Census so I’m sure they’ll have that locked down.

The illegal firearm problem will not go away and I would argue it will only get worse. I look forward to the explanations drummed out when firearm crime does not decrease. The fact is, there is really no clear metric from Minister Keenan or anybody about how this amnesty or latest round of spending will be measured in terms of effectiveness. In short, the government has brought this on themselves and I draw similar parallels with the illegal firearm problem to what it has done with tobacco. It made guns highly restricted and the black market thrives. It’s also made tobacco highly restricted and the black market thrives. Let’s not get started on drugs. And now they have to increase spending to try to ‘solve’ a problem they are perpetually creating themselves.

Australia has an illegal firearm problem. But as the brilliant work of Topher Field points out, it more importantly has a stupid bureaucrat problem.”

by Firearm Owners United, 2016.


If Justice Minister Michael Keenan was serious about dealing with gun crime, he wouldn’t be gesturing about yet another amnesty for crims.

And as Australian’s all know, nearly all of Australia’s gun crime is ethnic – 90% urban Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane.

Hey Keeno, Dealing with Gun Crime 101

  • Mandatory minimum sentencing of 14 years prison for any migrant/migrant offspring convicted with possessing an unregistered firearm
  • Remove discretionary powers of the judiciary for sentencing serious crimes – Australia-wide, starting with nationalising one Crimes Act
  • Auto-deport migrants convicted of a serious offence in Australia (including gun-related crime) and require their originating country to apply the 14 year sentence (transgressing countries to have blanket travel visa bans on their citizens)
  • Eliminate dual citizenships – you’re either Aussie or you’re not
  • Ban travel to Australia from muslim Middle Eastern countries (i.e. nearly all)
  • Victims of migrant crime to be properly financially compensated out of the assets of migrants

So, Keeno, instead of your soft-cock “opportunity to hand in their guns, no questions asked, no repercussions”, it needs to be Zero Ethnic Tolerance.

Hey, this principle sounds alright:

‘A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.’

Canberra is simply not serious about tackling migrant crime and terrorism (guns or otherwise).  Canberra cares not for our deteriorating national security environment.

 Islamic Gun Crime Hub of Sydney = ‘Bankstown Central’

Two nights ago in muzzie south-western Sydney, where the Bankstown Berries juniors were soccer training at at 6pm at Thurina Park in Villawood (7km from Bankstown Central), one of the parents was shot in the legs multiple times in front of the kids – as if this is Lebanon or Iraq.

Police would like to speak to a man who might be able to assist with their inquiries. He is described as being of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern appearance, 175-180cm tall, about 25 years old, with a black beard.  Meanwhile, the man shot, a muzzie, Mr Khan, who is known to police, is not co-operating with investigators.

Of course.

Police say the attack was “targeted”, which is code for “give a shit”.  Sydney drive by shootings are a nightly occurrence in muzzie-laden south west Sydney.

Local politicians confirmed that gun crime had become too prevalent.

“Families ended up being in lock down; they had to stay back and provide statements to the police. Children were completely distressed, petrified, crying. This is the second shooting 24 hours and the third shooting in seven days. These brazen shootings are an indication that gangs know the NSW Government is ineffective when it comes to managing gun violence throughout the state.”

Half an hour away in Sydney’s ethnic Bexley (12km from Bankstown Central), to rival gangs of muslims had a gun fight outside a Sydney service station at around 3am. After they unloaded on each other they threw their pistol down a street drain – replacements no problem.  Busy night for police.

May 2 2017:  A five-year-old boy was shot in the hip in his family home in Lumeah (30km from Bankstown Central), struck by a bullet that was fired from the street, Morison Drive, into the property.  Neighbours have described hearing Leb-types yelling and a car door slamming around the time of the shooting.

March 30 2017: Convicted muzzie bikie murderer Emad Sleiman was Glocked multiple times in chest and one shot in the leg for good measure at around 9:30pm at a carpark below an apartment block on Park Rd, Auburn (8km from Bankstown).  Sleiman murdered Jason Burton outside Parramatta’s General Bourke Hotel in 1997.  Police say it was targeted, so the public should be concerned.

A burnt-out white Mercedes, believed to be connected with the Auburn shooting, was found a short time late in Punchbowl (3km from Bankstown Central – getting warmer!)

March 27 2017: A muslim in his 30s was shot and left bleeding on the ground in Torrens St in Canley Vale in Sydney’s southwest just before 3.40pm. Four men were arrested in relation to the shooting in what is believed to be a targeted attack.

March 17 2017:  Sydney’s Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad (yes, doesn’t every town have one?) arrested three muzzies withbad haircuts during a pre-dawn police raid on a muzzie syndicate dealing in ICE and cannabis across south-west Sydney.  The dudes and locations? Migrant Ayman Tamer squatting in Oyster Bay (15km from Bankstown Central), Somphop Khetkan squatting in Parramatta (15km from Bankstown Central) and an unnamed muzzie squatting in Greenacre (2km from Bankstown Central),.

During the searches, police seized guns, ammunition, products to manufacture ammunition, ice, cannabis, drug paraphernalia, $200,000 in cash, mobile phones, fraudulent ID documents, electronics and a vehicle suspected to be the proceeds of crime.  A fully automatic assault rifle was among the guns seized.  As part of Strike Force Kentgrove, the muzzie crack squad have arrested 12 people and laid 51 charges.

“This investigation… without a doubt has made an impact on community safety,” Detective Acting Inspector Nicole Jones said reassuringly.

Moderate Muslim Emad Sleiman


March 3 2017:  Police were called to a home in Glenfield (20km from Bankstown Central) after reports of multiple shots being fired at home around 10pm followed by the screeching of motorbikes leaving the scene.  On arrival police pounced on a muslim wounded in the buttock acting strangely and carrying an axe.

March 3 2017:  A 20-year-old muslim miraculously survived being shot three times at Bobart St, Parramatta. Police officers found several bullet casings at the scene.

March 1 2017:  Suspected Hells Angels associate Radwan Zraika (39) and muslim, was shot in the head and hand at Chester Hill. His white Mercedes Benz was peppered with at least six bullets as he sat in his driveway at 8pm.

November 14, 2016:  Muslim Pasquale Barbaro, 35, executed outside an Earlwood home in southwest Sydney. Barbaro’s grandfather and cousin were both killed in gangland hits and there were unconfirmed rumours he was an informant.

October 25 2016:  Hamad Assaad was shot dead in broad daylight by at least two gunmen in the driveway of his Georges Hall home. Assaad, 29, was a key suspect in the murder of underworld figure Walid Ahmad.

Assaad was stealing drugs from organised crime gangs with a well-known Hells Angels bikie before he was killed in a hail of bullets outside his south-west Sydney home.  Assaad was well-known in the area’s underworld, having been investigated for multiple high-profile shootings in the past.

The Moderate Muslim Myth – ‘Deradicalisation’ is the latest leftist mantra since Trump exposed their ‘Climate Alarmism’

So when Assaad walked out of his Georges Hall home (5km from Bankstown Central) on October 25 and was shot repeatedly, he was on the police radar as a suspect in the shooting of Wally Ahmad at Bankstown some six months earlier.  He had also come under notice for large-scale drug rips, carried out with a Sydney bikie figure he befriended in Crim TAFE (aka prison).

April 29 2016:  Gangland kingpin and convicted killer Walid Ahmad (40 and muslim) was killed in a spray of bullets on the rooftop car park of Bankstown Central shopping centre. Ahmad’s murder was believed to be in retaliation for the fatal shooting of Safwan Charbaji outside a Condell Park panel beater several weeks earlier.

April 9 2016:   Safwan Charbaji (32 and muzzie) was fatally wounded and another man seriously injured after a gunfight outside a Condell Park smash repair business linked to Ahmad. An outstanding debt dispute was reportedly one of the possible motives being investigated for the fatal shooting.

So are we picking on Bankstown?  So why is that?

But then there’s Melbourne and all dem Negro home invasions and car jackings – good reasons for Aussies to stay armed.

Serial incompetence by Canberra immigration, police, lawyers, courts.  Frankly it’s a pity, gunman Martin Bryant didn’t grow up in Bankstown with a chip on his shoulder against Muslims.  Vengeful Whites seem to have a Celtic savagery far exceeding all other races.  That’s why Canberra has called for it’s Aussie amnesty.  Australians are not stupid.

We’re alert to soft-cock Melbourne injustice.

Ned knew what was coming, so he armed himself