90 Miles From Tyranny : Raid on New Zealand Activist's Home to 'Ensure Compliance' with Gun Buyback Is Absolutely Chilling

Monday, January 20, 2020

Raid on New Zealand Activist's Home to 'Ensure Compliance' with Gun Buyback Is Absolutely Chilling

As Virginia citizens battle for their gun rights, an event on the other side of the world is giving them a hint of what they can expect if the state tries to take their guns.

In New Zealand, where they just implemented a gun "buyback" program, aka confiscation, which resulted in 56,000 of more than one million guns turned in, an activist is wondering what caused police to raid his suburban home filled with his wife and three young children.

Dieuwe de Boer wrote a piece in Right Minds New Zealand in which he described the frightening raid. Police surrounded his house, knocked on his door, showed him a warrant, and tore his house apart for the next 90 minutes:
Half a dozen armed police officers swarmed in the front door (holstered sidearms only) as several more ran around the sides of the house. They later called for more backup as the house was larger than your average state-house drug lab. I got the impression that they'd never had to raid a middle-class suburban house like mine before. Everyone on the property was detained, read their rights, and questioned separately. I opted to call a lawyer who advised me to refuse to answer any questions.
What were the police looking for? A magazine for a ".22RL lever action rifle. Blued metal, brown wooden stock." He provided a photo of it:

(Dieuwe de Boer/Public testimony)

De Boer, a member of a gun club, had referred to this rifle in his written testimony against the...

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1 comment:

  1. should the gubmint instigate a buy back here, my price would be US$25,755,000,000.00 per gun. cash. not enough printing presses in china to make the payment on even a .22 pistol.


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