Red Flag Law? Well, they got the color right.

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I recall an old red flag law that was passed some while back which may have some bearing and which may shed some light on the current topic.

It reads,
“(1) In particular cases, a person hostile to the government - or who it is feared may endanger public security - will be prohibited from acquiring, possessing, and carrying firearms and ammunition, as well as truncheons or stabbing weapons.
(2) Weapons and ammunition found in the possession of such a person against whom a Prohibition has been issued, are to be confiscated without compensation.”

This is from the Nazi Weapons Law of 1938.
Tyrants seldom vary much in their tactics.
 

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Bump. I think this needs to be seen by everyone on the forum.
 

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no really not sure Hitler liked anyone but Hitler . he has that in common with crazy world leaders . that and they were crazy ( not in a good way who really wants to be normal anyway .) that quaintly describes the dim party of failure . and there plot to remove rights of the citizens . Castro was part of a rebelion to liberate the people of cuba , from a currupt goverment only to enslave it in another just like Bernie wants and the other dimacratic / socialists there is no differance .
 
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no really not sure Hitler liked anyone but Hitler . he has that in common with crazy world leaders . that and they were crazy ( not in a good way who really wants to be normal anyway .)
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I recall an old red flag law that was passed some while back which may have some bearing and which may shed some light on the current topic.

It reads,
“(1) In particular cases, a person hostile to the government - or who it is feared may endanger public security - will be prohibited from acquiring, possessing, and carrying firearms and ammunition, as well as truncheons or stabbing weapons.
(2) Weapons and ammunition found in the possession of such a person against whom a Prohibition has been issued, are to be confiscated without compensation.”

This is from the Nazi Weapons Law of 1938.
Tyrants seldom vary much in their tactics.
JPFO has done a side by side comparison of this Nazi law with our own GCA from 1968. Scary. Thanks for sharing.

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Some additional information about current German gun laws: See the correlation? School shootings, blame violent computer games, and private gun ownership...

"After 1945, even German police officers were initially not allowed to carry firearms. Private ownership of firearms was not allowed until 1956. The legal status returned essentially to that of the Law on Firearms and Ammunition of 1928. The law was thoroughly revised in 1972, when the new restrictive Federal Weapons Act (Bundeswaffengesetz) became effective, partly as a reaction to the terror of the Red Army Faction.[18] It was developed in the Federal Weapons Act of 2002 and by amendments in 2008 and 2009. These laws were the result of a chain of school shootings in Erfurt, Emsdetten and Winnenden. They led to a public debate, in which blame was attributed to various elements of youth culture and society, including violent computer games, television programs, rock music and private gun ownership.[19]Some more recent

The Weapons Act of 2002 increased the age requirements for licensed hunters and competition shooters. It also introduced the requirement of a psychological evaluation for persons under the age of 25 to fulfil the requirement of personal adequacy for large-bore firearms.
information about German laws:"

 
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Send this video to your friends. The anti-gunners won't watch it but this discussion is very persuasive for someone that is undecided.

 
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The law was thoroughly revised in 1972, when the new restrictive Federal Weapons Act (Bundeswaffengesetz) became effective, partly as a reaction to the terror of the Red Army Faction.[18]
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Yeah, respond to attacks by a terrorist organization by disarming and rendering the public defenseless. Smart move.


Very recently read about the shenanigans of the "red army faction". They'd make Alex's droogs from A Clockwork Orange look like your local Boy Scouts. Hope some of the residents in the areas that they had terrorized recognized, tracked down and quietly exterminated some of these motherfucking vermin. I know I would have done so if I had lived there and had loved ones targeted by their viciousness.

The fuckers were active in Italy too, and I heard from a friend who did business there at the time that the Italian police did not fuck around. They opened up on the fuckers with SMG and pistol fire, aimed to kill, whenever a pack of these vermin were seen.