Europe is now facing the reality of their stupid policies of allowing Muslims to invade their countries. Facing rapes, threats by the Islamic State and other acts of lawlessness by these Muslim refugees throughout Europe, the Czechoslovakian Interior Minister is calling for a constitutional change that would protect citizens who use their guns against Islamic terrorists.
“The Czech Republic has resisted calls by the European Union’s executive Commission to tighten gun controls in response to terror attacks, forcing the E.C. to alter its proposals, allowing for the private ownership of semi-automatic weapons,” Guns in the News reported. “The Czech interior ministry now wants to loosen its own laws a step further, proposing a constitutional amendment on Monday that would allow its citizens to bear legally-held firearms against the perpetrators of terrorist attacks, such as those in Nice or Berlin, the Czech news agency ctk reported.”
The Czech Republic has some of the most lenient gun policies in Europe. It’s citizens own roughly 800,000 registered firearms and 300,000 people have gun licenses.
Residents must be 21, pass a gun knowledge check and have no criminal record in order to obtain a firearm. Czech citizens can use their weapons to protect their property or when in real danger.
David Codrea comments:
…they recognize an armed citizenry is “necessary to the security of a free State,” something the Founding Fathers in this country recognized as a self-evident truth, as do those intent on undermining that security and freedom.
Despite that hopeful sign of moving in the right direction, the Czech Republic still has a long way to go. Per GunPolicy.org, globalist gun-grabbers in their own right who nonetheless provide an invaluable online compilation of world gun laws:
THE REGULATION OF GUNS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC IS CATEGORISED AS RESTRICTIVE … IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC, THE RIGHT TO PRIVATE GUN OWNERSHIP IS NOT GUARANTEED BY LAW.
This means all the usual infringements: Mandatory background checks and training, licensing, registration and storage requirements. Still, there are provisions for both open and concealed carry, “subject to a valid permit (in exceptional circumstances).”
That’s what they’re hoping to improve on, and helps explain why they’re resistant to new outside gun grabs – people who stand to lose something have something to fight for. Many in the EU have lived under surrendered rights regimes for so long they literally have no idea they’ve been robbed of their birthrights, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
The EU sought to push through more gun control measures in 2016 and were finally successful in December, but they were still not satisfied.
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Junker admitted, “Of course, we would have liked to go further. “We have fought hard for an ambitious deal that reduces the risk of shootings in schools, summer camps or terrorist attacks with legally held firearms.”
Junker sounds just like Senator Dianne Feinstein, who said, “If I could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States, for an outright ban, picking up everyone of them (every gun) Mr. and Mrs. America, turn ’em all in. I would have done it.”
Meanwhile, record numbers of guns are being sold across Europe. Reports in October of 2016 were the virtually all the long guns in Czechoslovakia were sold out. Most of the buyers were women. Those unable to purchase guns were taking the pepper spray route to protect themselves.
As for America, thank God Hillary Clinton was not elected or she would have been flooding American with Muslim refugees, just like Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah. President-elect Donald Trump has promised to put a stop to it. Let’s see if he will keep his word.