Another day in the Glorious Republic of Victoriastan.
In what is yet another embarrassment for the National Firearm Agreement, a hunting and firearm store in Victoria was robbed at gunpoint and firearms were stolen.
Three men, armed with firearms and a sledgehammer held up the Hunting, Camping and Fishing Store in South Morang and allegedly made off with 5 handguns and a hunting rifle, using the sledgehammer to smash open display stands. They then made a getaway with a 4th individual acting as a driver.
The report notes that they were “youths”. Victoria plus youths generally equals one demographic at the moment but the media is under instruction not to report on that because this is Victoria, where everyone is just an oppressed minority and that would embarrass Daniel Andrews. And if they ever identified as “transgender”, well then, mind blown.
Everything about this story is an epic fail for the NFA. For all the talk, posturing and proposals of “increased storage requirements” thieves are now prepared to just brazenly walk into a gun store and hold it up at gunpoint and make off with more firearms. They know the staff are unarmed and cannot protect themselves.
So Armaguard can be armed but gun store employees, just as high risk a target for armed theft, cannot be? Right, got it. Seems fair.
Now add to that, the recent central storage failure at Kennards in Newcastle where a supposedly secure facility was broken into and up to 40 firearms stolen. That comes after an ADF base was also broken into and firearms stolen. And this comes right after the facade of the huge data leak by the Victorian State Government of firearm owners details. But don’t worry guys, Tasmania Police, and Victoria Police as pointed out by the Combined Firearms Council of Victoria, want you to put alarm systems on your Category H safes.
Be afraid criminals, be very afraid.
The likely response from the Labor Government will be more regulations that won’t do anything and victim blaming of the gun store and firearm owners – because that’s all they know how to do and what Mr Soros wants.
It also appears convenient this is all happening when they want to tighten the storage regulations. Something to think about.
Now, compare this firearm store robbery incident to a recent attempted firearm store robbery in Georgia. All employees were armed – the result? Perpetrator shot by employees. Firearms secured. Game over.
This incident, and the rest, make a complete mockery of Australian firearm laws. Yet, our dear leaders still get up there with a straight face behind their armed security and tell the plebs they are the best thing in the world, while a maniac mows down 30 odd people in Bourke Street mall with a car. It also makes a mockery of our self defence laws, but you just be quiet and bask in your moral superiority of victimhood.
Perhaps it’s time car dealerships get serious about locking up their stock in the yard? After all, if it only saves one more life and stops a car falling into the hands of the wrong person….