On The Origin of Our Rights
by Joe Gingrich

Statists, aka gun grabbers, would like Canadians to believe that we in Canada do not have the right to keep and bear arms.

The anti-gunners are wrong and they know it. They don't care, they continue to spout this propaganda until it is believed by the majority of Canadians and it is working.

The gun-grabbers continue convincing Canadians that the right to keep and bear arms does not exist in Canada. It is easy for antigunner statists to get Canadians to accpt this because it sounds American, way too American to be a Canadian right.

This works especially well for those who do not know Canadian-English-American history very well. In addition, being anti-American is very much in vogue within mainstream Canada today. Being against "the right to keep and bear arms" is perfect for this because the phrase is written into the American Constitution. How much more American can it get?

Well it is NOT only an American right, it is a Canadian right too. Canadians must continue to demand their right and fight for it. Statist propagandists like Wendy almost always compare Canada to the US but usually remind Canadians simultaneously that we are not like the Americans, we do not have the right to own firearms in Canada.

Canadians have been duped into believeing this propaganda not only because they hear it often but also because they subconciously and illogically assign some credibility to the lies these antigunners are saying, we do not a right to own firearms in Canada. Canadians are different. Some Canadians, too many Canadians, eventually start accepting their repeated lies as facts, because it sounds too American and they don't know anything different.

Discussing this right and its origin with some Canadian gun owners actually frightens them and I fail the understand why. I guess the statist propagandist antgunners have been effective.

Canadians derive the written "right to keep and bear arms" from the same sources as do the Americans, ouch! There is that nasty American phrase again. We get the right to keep and bear arms from the English Bill of Rights of 1689 following the Glorious Revolution in England and through the writings of Sir William Blackstone in his Commentaries on English Law 1765.

Blackstone's Commentaries are the closest thing the British ever had to Constitution This right came to Canadians through the British North America Act, 1867, the Canadian Bill of Rights 1960, and section 26 of the Canadian Charter of Rights And Freedoms 1982.

A right may be supressed by the government and courts of the day but they can never be removed.

Yours in Tyranny,

Joe Gingrich
White Fox, Saskatchewan

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