Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Police State Nippon: Gun stores on strike/Cop arrested for personal firearms

"Enemies Foreign & Domestic" dislike armed citizens

Tokyo gun stores go on strike to protest stricter possession laws - The strike is the first for any gun store organization in the country.The stricter controls were put into place when revisions to the Firearms and Swords Control Law came into effect on Dec. 4 last year.Those revisions were spurred by a shotgun shooting spree at a sports club in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, in Dec. 2007 that killed one and injured six. Under the revised law, people must present the results of a diagnosis by a psychiatrist or other qualified doctor and are also required to take a training course at a shooting range whenever they renew their license, which must be done every three years."Many people have abandoned the idea of owning a gun because the requirements are too much trouble," says the organization...Masahide Maeda of Tokyo Metropolitan University, a professor specializing in the Penal Code who supports the revised law, sounds a different note."It's hard to justify putting the profits of the gun business ahead of the welfare of our citizens," he says. "I think it's a good thing if the gun industry shrinks."...
Osaka cop busted for cache of illegal weapons, ammo at home: Investigators arrested 48-year-old Chikashi Ikeda, a sergeant at the community affairs division of the Osaka Prefectural Police's Minoo Police Station on Dec. 6 on suspicion of possessing a .32 caliber pistol and ammunition at his home...in violation of the Firearms and Swords Control Law. Police seized four firearms from Ikeda's home...the weapons recovered were .22, .32, and .38 caliber pistols and one antique gun, accompanied by about 200 rounds of ammunition. Ikeda has claimed the items were left to him by his father, who passed away last January..."It is extremely regrettable that a police officer was involved in an abominable act like this. We will investigate the facts and punish the suspect severely," said the head of the inspection department....
----Full stories at Manichi Daily News ---
Let's just cut to the "politically incorrect" chase and tell it like it really is in Nippon. It has been said that it was no great trick for the Japanese Facists that led the country into World War 2, to take away what little freedoms the people had in the first place, since they had been socially and politically brainwashed and cowed by (corrupt) authorities for centuries. Non conformity leads to a freakishly high suicide rate, and the current weapons control laws (ironically instituted by U.S. General, and egomaniac, Douglas MacArthur; Whose heavy-handed violence against WW1 Veteran protesters in the U.S. still stains the reputation of the U.S. Army) remains heartily endorsed for the common people and are a major part of the soft tyranny police state Japan remains today. Yet there are those in the USA who point to Japans "high culture" as an excuse to impose their gun-control schemes in America, a constitutional republic 180 degrees opposite that forbids infringement on the right to keep and bear arms. Germany also has a "high culture", yet still produced Nazi tyranny and the bloodbath that resulted from it. It doesn't take a genius to see that this is not the way to go for the USA. Only subservient gullible socialistic fools with no guts or commonsense (or criminal minded bullies with tyranny on the brain) would think these are good ideas for the USA...(S9)


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