“The December decree of the Councils of People’s Commissars (CPC) of 1918, ‘On The Surrender Of Weapons’, ordered people to surrender any firearms, swords, bayonets and bombs, regardless of the degree of serviceability.”
“The penalty for not doing so was ten years’ imprisonment. Members of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union were allowed to have a single weapon.”
What came next typifies authoritarian government behaviour subsequent to seizing guns from the general public:
“Prior to the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the archival revelations, some historians estimated that the numbers killed by Stalin’s regime were 20 million or higher.”
We turn to the African nation of Uganda:
“In 1970, Uganda’s Firearms Act imposed national firearm registration and gun-owner licensing under exceedingly stringent requirements. In practice, the law was used to make it illegal for anyone to have a firearm, except persons deemed politically correct by the dictatorship of Milton Obote.”
“A year later, Army Chief of Staff Idi Amin wrested control of the country in a military coup. By the time the genocide ended in 1979, the estimated toll was 300,000 slaughtered Ugandans.”
Our thesis begins to take on a tangible form. In both cases, seizure of weapons from the public preceded mass death and systemic murder. Canada under the iron-clad grip of PM Justin Trudeau is not China or Uganda— yet.
Still, the thematic nature of “cause-and effect” is worth contemplating. That is, as long as you are not members of Canadian mainstream media. Not once have CBC or corporate media made a vital connection: bad things tend to happen to innocent civilians post-public weapons seizures.
In advance of mass murder in Turkey, all guns were collected from Armenian citizens. In the first stage of Turkey’s well planned genocide of its Armenian minority(1915), all guns and other weapons were confiscated from Armenian citizens.
“Following years of civil war, gun ownership, particularly of the ubiquitous AK-47 assault rifle, was commonplace in villages, towns and cities in the country. It wasn’t until the late 1990s that the government finally acted to remove guns from civilians, making it illegal to possess weapons.”
November 25th, 2022:
‘Trudeau Government Targets Law-abiding Gun Owners, Again’
“In a move that stunned gunowners across Canada, the Trudeau government unveiled several new amendments to Bill C-21, first introduced earlier this year, which if passed in the House of Commons will represent the largest gun ban in Canadian history.”
Do tell, fellow patriots— what’s Canada’s neo-dictator up to now? Can it be that post-gun confiscation in Canada, an unprecedented development is going to unfold intended to fundamentally transform our society?
True, it may not be on the scale of Cambodia, Uganda or Turkey. But in no way does this guarantee it cannot be socially catastrophic. For example, a completion of a pre-ordained transition of Canada from democracy to dictatorship.
Liberal Snowflakes can laugh like hyenas, CAP could give a fig. No element of society has proceeded along a more naive, uninformed basis than Canada’s woke warrior brigade.
Naturally, Trudeau claims gun seizure is for “the benefit of the people.” It’s purpose is to “keep Canadians safe.” Thus rolls the Liberal government banter. Don’t you know? Everything Mr. Trudeau does is for the benefit of Canadians. This must be the reason why he is shipping $7 billion dollars to Middle Eastern and African nations each year, right?
CAP has some advice for Canadians: Don’t Believe The Hype.
Upon which we turn to “Big Daddy” Fidel Castro, former dictator of Cuba:
“Immediately after assuming power in 1959, Fidel Castro changed his position, following [Chairman] Mao’s rule that guns should not be in the hands of the [Cuban] people.”
For three weeks after the Castro government was formed, Radio Havana warned, “all citizens must turn in their combat weapons.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued the following statement on the death of former Cuban President Fidel Castro:
“It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest serving President. Fidel Castro was a larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century. A legendary revolutionary and orator, Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation.”
It is with deepest condolences that Cultural Action Party make this observation:
Any Canadian journalist could put together what CAP has compiled. Not one has done so. A connection between public gun confiscation and big-time trouble for a citizenship is obvious, and apparent.
No one is saying Globe & Mail and Toronto Star has to scream bloody murder. What we are saying is that mainstream media work for the man who ultimately signs their pay cheques: Justin Trudeau.
CBC, CTV, National Post, Calgary Herald, Montreal Gazette. Not one of them has a single word to say about potential “negative fall-out” subsequent to gun seizure.
How sick is that? In 2022, Canada has a puppet-media. As paid for by Justin Trudeau, they tow the social line of our country’s quasi-dictator.
It all adds up– it all makes sense. Therefore, by default, it will never be considered or exposed by legacy media in Canada.
Can our nation be on the edge of comprehensive social and political transformation?
On October 19th, 2015, Justin Trudeau became Canadian prime minister. On October 20th, 2015, CAP said that this politician is going to destroy the Canadian way of life.