Thursday, July 9, 2015

Obama Proposal Would BAN Internet Gun Discussions

You would be required to get the US State Department’s permission to post technical information about guns online under a new Obama administration proposed policy, the National Rifle Association is charging.

Much of the information about firearms currently allowed online would be banned under the revision of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, or ITAR. The ITAR is designed to keep US military technology out of the hands of potential enemies.

Any “technical data” related to firearms such as a YouTube video or a blog post would need State Department approval under the proposed change, a press release from the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) says.

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"Designed to keep US Military technology out of the hands of potential enemies"... That's some of the funniest shit I've ever heard!

Ummm, did we not give massive loads of arms and training to ISIS/Al Qaeda? Did we not send Jabhat Al-Nusra a shit ton of TOW Missles? Did John McCain not help to arm "moderate" rebels in Syria? Did they not put on a massive cover up claiming it was a video that caused the attack in Benghazi that left 4 Americans dead as Hillary's US State Department was organizing the shipment of ex-Gaddafi arms stocks over to their proxy fighters through Turkey into Syria? Did we not send 200 M1A1 Abrams battle tanks and plenty of F-16 fighter jets to the short lived Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt?

Who the hell do they think they are talking to, Hellen Keller?

Don't piss on me and tell me it's raining. I know what's up. Sell that horse to someone else you lying shitbags, cause' we ain't buying it!

Now, have a little info on the M18 Claymore Mine.

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