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  • Aus_Schwaben

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    The Kiwis have conquered Gun Control, and now they are working on Knife Control. What is next?

    The last numbers I saw from New Zealand, the police admitted less than 10% of the newly banned firearms had been turned in for destruction. The actual number may have been even lower because they stopped reporting well before the start of the ban.

    And they are going after knives because that is working so well in England, right?


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    May 1, 2018
    from the article:

    Prohibited offensive weapons

    Offensive weapons other than firearms

    These are offensive weapons you are not allowed to bring into New Zealand:


    Knuckledusters, knives incorporating knuckledusters, swordsticks (including, without limitation, any identifiable components of swordsticks), and any weapon disguised to give the appearance of another article*.

    Any knife having a blade that opens automatically by hand pressure applied to a button, spring, or other device in or attached to the handle of the knife (sometimes known as a flick knife or flick gun).

    Any knife having a blade that is released from the handle or sheath by the force of gravity or the application of centrifugal force, and that, when released, is locked in place by means of a button, spring, lever, or other device (sometimes known as a gravity knife or butterfly knife).

    Any knife, with the exception of a folding pocket knife with a blade less than 10 cm in length, that —

    is designed for ease of concealment on the person; or

    has a double-edged blade that is designed or suitable for stabbing or throwing (as opposed to cutting); or

    is a knife of any of the kinds sometimes known as a fist knife, gimlet knife, punch dagger, push dagger, push dirk, push knife, T-handled knife, or throwing knife.

    * Note: This includes firearms disguised as other articles, such as walking stick shotguns.
    If you want to bring any of these weapons into New Zealand, before you leave your home country apply to New Zealand Police.


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    Goes back to Mao's Great Leap Forward. First the guns and grain. Then they came for the knives and religious practitioners texts,and martial artists. Its a matter of making a compliant and submissive population by all means.
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