It’s obvious to many that the Australian media and politicians have been at the forefront of shaping Australians’ perception on firearms, particularly to those who are indifferent or against firearms in general. The level of astounding mistruths and misinformation that are promulgated on this topic in
Dictator Dan virtue signals about disarming the working class
So, while Victoria implodes into a crime riddled fiasco, Comrade Dan pulls this one out: Yeh yeh, whatever. “Cross party support” for gun control yet here you are telling off the Liberals. This is Andrews attempting to point score against the Liberals in an election year
Sam Lee whinges about Queensland ammunition laws
Seems third times’ a charm for our favourite Soros-financed ultracrepidarian: “QUEENSLAND police have warned the State Government that imposing limits on ammunition sales could lead to “negative publicity” – a claim that has frustrated anti-gun advocates, who say police have allowed economics to drive gun-control policy.
No Lisa Neville, your “tough new gun laws” would not have prevented the O’Reilly’s robbery
As predicted, in the aftermath of the O’Reilly’s robbery of which details remain sketchy, the soft lobbying efforts to “tighten Australian gun laws” have begun with Police Minister Lisa Neville and the Agenda Broadcasting Commission hot off the mark: “The Victorian Government is considering tightened security
Want to prevent gun store robberies? Arm dealers and don’t victim blame.
Another day in the world’s most liveable city: MORE than 65 powerful handguns are destined for Melbourne’s underworld after masked armed bandits raided a firearms shop on Monday. Police confirmed this morning that an audit has revealed the extent of the theft from the High St
Queensland Labor whinge about gun laws again
Another day in Queensland: Queensland Police Minister Mark Ryan has attacked Deputy Opposition Leader Tim Mander after a video surfaced of the then LNP police spokesman saying he was “open” to weaker gun laws. Mr Ryan on Tuesday took a swipe at Mr Mander over the
“World’s most liveable city” to get extra PSO’s to protect against terror attacks
Along with overpriced real estate, virtue signalling and anti-Australian councils, it seems terrorism is just part and parcel of living in Melbourne: Shopping malls and even supermarkets in Victoria will be patrolled by extra armed protective services officers to help prevent terror attacks, the state government says.
Salty Queensland major parties attempt to subvert Flick’Em campaign by creating alternate website
Their fear grows. One week out from the Queensland election, a faceless group has attempted to subvert the grassroots Flick’Em campaign by creating an alternative website by essentially ripping off the original content. The original Flick’Em site is hosted at www.putthemajorslast.com.au: The clone site is hosted at
Minister for Small Business Leeanne Enoch tries to put small business out of business
Queensland Minister for Small Business, Labor’s Leeanne Enoch, has launched an attack on a small business in a show of virtue signalling before the Queensland election. This is what Enoch posted on her Facebook page: She was promptly blown out in the comments section of said
New ACT Firearm draft legislation takes a little bit more and gives nothing back
A new piece of draft legislation has been presented in the ACT legislative assembly that has a number of direct implications for law abiding firearm owners. Sure, sure, there is all the rhetoric about “public safety” and “consultation”, and even the usual lip service to LAFO’s with