This is yet
another step towards removing another
for owning a firearm as is required in the
If you read the item
carefully you will see that a lot has been made
against recreational shooting - as usual by minority
groups. By applying the same principle, they
can now move towards a ban against hunting
and feral pests.
Although Crown lands
are Public property per se, no shooting is permitted
even though most of these lands are remote and
uninhabited. The same goes for State Forest
which, contrary to public opinion, are not always
forests. By area, most of these lands under
State Forest control are more accurately
characterised as scrublands and contain a lot of
game, and vermin.
owners adjacent to these controlled areas are
finding that the Queensland State Government is the
state's largest vermin breeder.
has been said about State and Federal Governments
using gradualism to implement laws and regulations
against us. Our Premier Beattie is quoted on
Hansard in 1996 as saying, that as far as he was
"no private person
should own a firearm for any reason."
we can't rely on this being the usual tin whistle
If we want to continue
with our firearms sports and pastimes we have to
become a unified
group and put our differences we may have
had behind us. We need to ignore what we're for, and
join on the basis of what we are all against - the
loss of our liberty.
This is no time to sit
on your hands and say like you did before, "What's
it got to do with me, I only shoot pistols, or I
don't hunt," or whatever the reason was for your
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Have you ever
seen a billabong so full of duck shit that nothing
else can survive in it? Will those animal
loving agitators fight to save the Rabbits?