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Old April 27th, 2017, 09:28 AM
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Default From 'Owen Guns magazine' reflections by Ron Owen.

"Thoughts For The Week" by Ron Owen -a Qld gun-dealer and pro-gun activist.

Worth a read.........

"Well its Anzac Day, it does not seem 5 minutes since last year, again the bands will be playing, politicians will be postulating, young officers (just out of school) will be making speeches and the dignitaries will be accepting the salutes of the veterans as they march past.

I go every year, I don't enjoy it. It is a duty that I care about. I go to show that I respect the sacrifice of those who paid the ultimate price and to those who are still paying the price. I watch the sloppy drill of the current serving soldiers and silently lament some of the chronic renditions of the Last Post. I hear the croaking, stuttering, silences, when they attempt to sing the National Anthem. No one knows the words, no one knows what the words mean. We show our flag, it's a symbol - but very few know what the symbols on the flag are supposed to mean. Many just think that its like a product banner, like coca cola - a logo, a familiar badge that they put up and down if someone wins a medal at the Olympics.

I believe the Anzac Day Parade is done all wrong, the Veterans should be on the podium and the whole town, politicians, mayors, councillors, police, teachers, serving officers, should all march past, smartly saluting the Veterans. Show some respect for those who put their individual lives on the line, so that we can live in idle security, and give it all away.
All had some one waiting for them at home. Countless millions never came home.

All had some one waiting for them at home. Countless millions never came home.

All the sacrifice, the lives cut short, the loss of whole generations, the loss of whole families, the loss for the mothers, and wives whose lives were lost in grief, for what? Yes, we have been given the best country and richest country in the world, yet our apathy has allowed us to vote for traitorous politicians who beginning with the Lima Agreement in 1974 gave our country away to the international power club. The Wars to End all Wars have never really stopped, yes we have had a continuous flow of little enemies, media created bogy men, with big hats like Castro, Ho Chi Min, Pol Pot, Gadaffi, Saddam Hussein and Kim Jong which have destroyed millions of families since World War Two, but the seemingly endless war between the international mainly faceless power brokers and the harmless Mums and Dads of this sorry world goes on, and on relentlessly. What's more the bad guys keep winning, and we lose more freedoms every day.

Ever since the bad guys have dominated the printing press and television the people have been used and abused, dumbed down and misinformed. Our only hope, the combination of the internets distribution and the mobile phone ability to record and transmit is still only a pin prick to the mainstream media enemy. Australia's leadership since the first sell out to internationalism, sending our jobs over seas with the Lima Agreement, destroying our manufacturing ability has been magnified by selling our real estate, selling our utilities, Electricity, Phones, Banking, Gas, and even our Water. What's next the air we breath, or our body parts?

Would those who sacrificed their lives in days gone bye, recognise the slave state we have to-day with the future that they were promised. It seems that all threats are used to enchain and bind the people, if they do not have enough threats local enough, they will import them by mass migration, yes they will flavour it with refugees fleeing from the new holocaust but when Mad Monis, or the Monash University overseas student illegally obtain firearms, that is used as the catalyst to bind the people's steel chains a little tighter. Bit by bit they import a threat, they even follow the suspects give them bail and wait for them to fuel a media campaign against their real enemy - the free thinking freedom loving Australians.

That's us, we are our leaders real enemy.

They want power and we are preventing them from having it.

Thesis and Anti Thesis allows them to conqueror with Synthesis.

In two world wars, thousands of Australian and Britons were sacrificed on countless battlefields because we our nation and our Commonwealth was sadly ill-equipped, left without secondary manufacturing industries to quickly re-equip our military forces.
In the First World War the bogy men on our doorstep was German New Guinea, in World War Two it was the Japanese. They were not false bogy men. If they had won, English would not be spoken on the Australian continent, the best they could have expected would have been to be worked to death in a labour camp. Same as today, the Islamic threat, within our borders or without, it is very real. To Islamic believers, we infidels are worth less than any edible animals.

Our government even though it spends $26 billion dollars in an ever increasing defence budget, has destroyed 95% of our manufacturing ability so we have to import all equipment. This is why our annual defence budget is so high, and it only has to service our nearly non-existent defence force!"

By Ron Owen
(reproduced as part of his newsletter 'Owen Guns Bulletin - April Edition'.


Note: The Owen Gun was a 9mm WW2 SMG designed by his name-sake, taken out of service in 1970s and replaced with the cheaper and far inferior F1, which was then replaced by the Styr AUG assault rifle in the AFD.
The the use of 'Bullet-in' is amusing too.
Ron is far more intelligent and well-read than a normal Aussie gun-dealer......

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Default Re: From 'Owen Guns magazine' reflections by Ron Owen.

Thank you BB.
There is truth in that and it is worth reading.
Dont give up...the next election or the one after that may well make folks able to restore things.
Good luck sir
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Old May 11th, 2017, 04:04 AM
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Default Re: From 'Owen Guns magazine' reflections by Ron Owen.

Karl - you are always a source of good advice and always cheer me up!
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Thank you sir.. I have a lot of respect for you and the history of your nation,
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