Gun Control

2014 Shootings at Parliament Hill, Ottawa

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Official Story: A series of shootings occurred on October 22, 2014, at Parliament Hill in Ottawa. At the Canadian National War Memorial, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau fatally shot Corporal Nathan Cirillo, a Canadian soldier on ceremonial sentry duty. He then entered the ...

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Isla Vista Shooting Hoax

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The official story is Elliot Rodger, set on revenge because girls didn’t want to date is obvious awesome self, kills 6 and injures 14 more near UCSB campus. The attack began when 22-year-old Rodger stabbed three men to death in ...

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LAX Airport TSA False Flag Shooting

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Official Story (from Wikipedia): On the morning of Friday, November 1, 2013, Paul Anthony Ciancia (an unemployed car mechanic living in Sun Valley, CA) entered Terminal 3 of Los Angeles International Airport after being dropped off there by a roommate. He ...

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Boston Marathon Bombings: False Flag?

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Near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, at 671–673 and 755 Boylston Street in downtown Boston 2 bombs exploded (apparently homemade pressure cooker bombs) at about 2:49pm. The bombs exploded about 12 seconds and 210 yards (190 m) apart reportedly killing 3 civilians and injuring ...

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Soviet Firearm Confiscation

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The Council of People’s Commissars (the government) ordered the surrender of all firearms, ammunition, and sabres. As has been the case in almost every nation where firearms registration has been introduced (see April 1, 1918), registration proved a prelude to ...

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Firearm Registration Introduced in Soviet Union

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The first Soviet gun controls were imposed during the Russian Civil War, as Czarists, Western troops, and national independence movements battled the central Red regime. In October 1918, (the government) ordered the surrender of all firearms, ammunition, and sabers… Stalin’s determination to ...

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The Powder Alarm

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The British became concerned that Massachusetts towns had been withdrawing their gunpowder from the powder houses, so before dawn on September 1, 1774, 260 Redcoats acting on General Gage‘s order sailed up the Mystic River and seized hundreds of barrels ...

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