Wednesday, 20 May 2015

The Police Cant Protect You And They've Also Disarmed You

Speaks for itself

To me, one of the greatest travesties of our time is the belief that removing the means of self defence from the individual will create a safer society. 

The people that concocted these insane laws have effectively disarmed the citizens of Australia. They seem to be using a model of "what if" to create laws, rather than policy based on real word evidence.

Lets use pepper spray as an example.  As it now stands in Australia, it is highly illegal for a man or woman to carry a can of pepper spray for the purpose of self defence.  The reason why it is illegal? Because someone might misuse it on occasion.  No longer are we trusted to make decisions about our own personal security. We have been stripped of the ability to be in possession of a tool designed for self defence.

If you do decide to carry a knife, personal taser, pepper spray or mace for the purpose of self preservation, you are committing a criminal act, and you then become the criminal. Heaven help you. Self defence is not even classified as a genuine reason to be issued a firearms license because they don't want you to be able to protect the family home.

The question must be asked, is it acceptable to create paper criminals of normal law abiding citizens that wish to have the means to ensure one of their most fundamental human rights?

Article 12 Universal Declaration of Human Rights states:
No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.
Is it a violation of Article 12 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights if a government outlaws the appropriate means of self defence?
In the event of assault, rape, armed robbery or other type of violent crime, the only people we can call to help us are the police forces controlled by the State Governments.  

One piece of information that you may find interesting is that the police themselves have admitted that they cant protect us.  They are only a reactionary force that generally only appear after a violent crime has been committed.

So knowing all this information, lets go back to the question of "Who is it that writes these laws?"

The Police. Yes that's correct.  The same Police that can't protect us, have made us even more vulnerable.

The Police write the laws, present it to the politicians, then the lying so called "representatives" sell it to the general public as getting tough on crime. Its actually the opposite, it makes the life of criminals easier. 

Ive commonly heard people say "It's better to be judged by twelve than carried by six." I tend to agree.

Why have we as citizens let it get this far? 

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