Guns Worldwide: The Czechs Are Fighting to Constitutionally Recognize

 

On the worldwide stage it appears that the fight to keep guns in the hands of private citizens is tilted towards firearm prohibitionists. In just the last year both New Zealand and Canada significantly tightened firearms ownership, both in response to separate mass-shootings, and have demanded their citizens hand over just about any effective modern firearm. The former enacted gun control via Parliamentary decision, and the latter used executive power; efforts exist against these corresponding decisions in both countries, with the Council of Licenced Firearms Owners mounting a campaign to resist and reform the decision, and the Canadian Shooting Sports Association challenging the legality of the executive action respectively. While it’s great to see gun owners in both nations work to overturn or revise those decisions, neither country recognizes the right to bear arms in their constitutions. In fact, there are only only three nations in the world that do: Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States.

There may soon be a fourth, however.

Recently a bill was introduced in Czechia’s senate to amend their constitution and formally codify the long-standing tradition of keeping arms for self-defense. The small Central European country has a rich history of producing quality firearms that dates back hundreds of years, and is one of the few nations in the world that permits the carrying of concealed firearms in public. The amendment states (translated courtesy of Google):

The right to defend one’s life or the life of another person even with a weapon is guaranteed under the conditions stipulated by law. Continue reading “Guns Worldwide: The Czechs Are Fighting to Constitutionally Recognize” »

Net Neutrality – What It Is And What They Are Not Telling You

Many folks got fooled in to believing that the current net neutrality is a good concept. You are wrong because you don’t know the ins and out.
Being working and involve in the Network IT related field does help shine the light on this topic.

Big companies want government to regulate internet content and bandwidth in their favor. Eventually there will be rules put in place by the government where you are free utilized “all” content except A, B, and D. This defeats the purpose of freedom and neutrality right?
Big communication and content providers lobbied and feed money into the hands of bureaucrats and politicians who were behind net neutrality during the Obama era in 2015. That’s why they push for net neutrality propaganda (with the help of the lying and bias infamous mainstream media) and convinced a lot of millennials to support this communist-style digital information control. Now they are all flipping and calling it dooms day lol. Continue reading “Net Neutrality – What It Is And What They Are Not Telling You” »