Justin Trudeau Claims Guns for Self Defense "Is Not a Right That You Have"

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau waves goodbye as he boards his plane at Joint Base Andrews, Md., March 11, 2016. Trudeau leaves after completing a three-day state visit with U.S. President Barack Obama to strengthen U.S.-Canada relations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua R. M. Dewberry/RELEASED)

If you didn't already know, Canada has quickly risen to become one of the world's most oppressive nations.

It's difficult to think that something like this would have ever happened to Canada.  I recall hearing people say that if circumstances got too bad here, they would always move to Canada. Well, I wouldn't dare to say that today, because they are among the least free of the major countries in terms of civil freedoms.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada recently delivered a statement that explains everything you need to know about your rights in Canada.

Trudeau said,

"There are debates, and we have a culture where the difference is. Guns can be used for hunting or for sport shooting in Canada – and there are lots of gun owners, and they’re mostly law-respecting and law-abiding – but you can’t use a gun for self-protection in Canada. That’s not a right that you have in the Constitution or anywhere else.

If you try and buy a gun and say it’s for self-protection – No, you don’t get that."

He then continued to claim that this wasn't in response to the shooting in Texas:

"There’s this sense that Canada responded to the shooting in Texas by suddenly turning around and banning guns. Lovely if it were true, but we’ve been working on this for seven years… We’ve had a lot of setbacks, but since we got elected seven years ago, we’ve been steadily working on strengthening gun control.”

Two years ago, we banned all military style assault weapons … and just a few weeks ago … we moved forward on a total freeze on handguns.

We will eventually get it passed, and then it’ll be illegal to buy, sell, transfer, import, handguns anywhere in the country."

As a result, you do not have the right to defend yourself with a gun in Canada. If that person is stronger than you and you lack the physical strength to prevent them from robbing or injuring you, then oh well, I guess it just sucks to be you in that instance.  There's nothing you can do about it except go penniless or die. Survival of the fittest, right?

What does a dictator do first when he wants to control the country with an iron fist? You must first disarm the population of that country in order to prevent them from resisting.

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