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RCMP Seize Firearms From Evacuated Town

"About 30 RCMP officers set up a blockade at the checkpoint, preventing 50 residents from walking into the town. Dozens more police cars, lights on, could be seen lining streets in the town on standby.

Officers laid down a spike belt to stop anyone from attempting to drive past the blockade. That action sent the crowd of residents into a rage.

“What’s next? Tear gas?” shouted one resident.

“It’s just like Nazi Germany, just taking orders,” shouted another.

“This is the reason the U.S. has the right to bear arms,” said Charles Timpano, pointing to the group of Mounties."


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Whenever you deal with the RCMP

You be the mounter,
And they the mountee.

Can't wait to see this in the

Can't wait to see this in the States.

Southern Agrarian


How did they know where the firearms were now that there isn't suppose to be a long gun registry anymore. Note that a licencee fee of $60 has come into effect too. Take note everyone, registration leads to confiscation and any promise made to convince people otherwise has been predicated on lies.

when governments make lists

... they mean to harm you

gun registration > confiscation > incarceration

national ID > restricted travel and employment > martial law lockdown

census long-form with GPS coordinates > round ups of "rebels" and/or drone strikes > selective genocide

DO NOT REPLY cease all interaction with your Federal Gov

Thanks for this post Calgary4Paul

Very important and disturbing, continuing trend.

The comments to the article are an interesting read. Overall I am pleased with the grasp/appreciation of freedom and proper role of government displayed by our northern neighbors.

"You are a den of vipers and thieves."

I mean to rout you out!

-Just because you are among us, does not make you with us

-The door is wide open, anything can slither in

The guns will be returned to the owners

after they provide proof of ownership. So if Grandpa gave his son a
gun 30 years ago,how is he going to have proof of ownership.I smell a rat.

I agree Wolf

add to that the fact that the people were evacuated due to flooding. If they did have any form or paper proof it is probably under water and mud by now.

Oh, so you can't prove you own this $4000 rifle? Too bad, sure will look good over my fireplace!