The Left Cheered When Australians Gave Up Their Guns; Now They’re Being Shot By Their Own Government in the Streets

Harrowing footage from Australia reveals police enforcing lockdown laws with all the fervor of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. The images we watched out of China – at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic – are now being replicated on the streets of Western nations.

After 35 people were killed in the Port Arthur Massacre in 1996, the Australian government moved swiftly to ban pump-action shotguns and semi-automatic rifles. While – as Matt Palumbo notes – the number of guns in the country actually failed to decline all that much in the proceeding years, the types of guns available to the public along with the groups of people owning them prove the importance of America’s Second Amendment.

Per the University of Sydney, “the proportion of Australians who hold a gun licence has fallen by 48 percent since 1997,” and “the proportion of Australian households with a firearm has fallen by 75 percent in recent decades.”

It’s not much use, in the face of authoritarianism, to have a prevalence of handguns owned by a small section of society. Congressman Matt Gaetz made this point in a Fox News interview in 2019, rattling the cages of the pseudo-fact checkers whose gloating words are now staring them right back in the face.

“Nobody would suggest that in the United States we would want Australia’s solution. There they went and confiscated all the guns. You know who did what Australia did? Venezuela. And now their people can’t fight back when they are having to fight their way out of a socialist dictator.”

– Rep. Matt Gaetz, 2019

Indeed the left media has gloated about disarming Australians for the past 25 years, op-eds in The Atlantic, Fortune magazine, and studies by left-wing think-tanks have tried to foist Australia’s gun laws on America. The Guardian called Australia’s laws a “gold standard.” Vox has been hyping them, too:

“Semi-automatic rifles and shotguns were prohibited, with a few exceptions, all firearms were required to be registered, a proof of reason would be required for all gun-licence applicants and gun purchases, with self-defence not considered a reason.”

– The Guardian, April 2021

All this despite Australia’s own Ambassador to America admitting such moves had no place in the United States.

“Australia and the United States are completely different situations, and it goes back to each of our foundings. America was born from a culture of self-defense. Australia was born from a culture of ‘the government will protect me.’ Australia wasn’t born as a result of a brutal war. We weren’t invaded. We weren’t attacked. We weren’t occupied. That makes an incredible difference, even today.”

–  Australian Ambassador to the United States Joe Hockey

Now, just 25 years after Port Arthur, Australians are being shot on the streets by their own government.

The bullets may be rubber, or “non-lethal” as they euphemistically call them. But they’re being fired at Australian citizens who have the audacity to want to… go outside. To leave their homes. To live life as normally as they can despite the state’s insistence of locking people in their own homes and creating a culture of fear around the Chinese Communist Party’s virus.

Naturally, The Guardian is now siding with the jack-booted thugs firing into the backs of their own people as they run away. This is the same Guardian that called the police break-up of a violent riot outside the White House a “brutal” dispersal.

Of course holding the left to its own standards is a hiding to nowhere. But every American should consider it their duty to hold their fellow citizens to the standards outlined in the nation’s founding document – the Constitution of the United States:

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

– Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, 1791

Americans, let Australia be a lesson, but not in the way the left has suggested for nearly three decades.

Never, ever, never give up your guns.



8 Replies to “The Left Cheered When Australians Gave Up Their Guns; Now They’re Being Shot By Their Own Government in the Streets”

  1. Dawn

    It is Biowarfare at it’s worst, all this Jabbing and frightening people is NOT necessary. Several ‘States’ in India have NO COVID, why, Ivomectin given to everyone and it worked.

  2. Harriet

    It’s not a Chinese covid virus. It was developed in the United States and patented. Then it was given to China for their studies, but it wasn’t released by the Chinese. It was released on the Chinese public by the US using an aerosol from a plane, drone, or balloon.

    1. Anna

      Well, it has been told to me that the virus was made in a swiss laboratory in Luzern. I suppose that the Chines know all that… everything is about politics…

    2. Daedalus

      It was developed by a Deep State in US, big pHARMa … but also with its counterpart in China working fully cooperatively on it. Chinese released it in Wuhan.

      The people are aware that current Chinese government is the same regime that murdered more than 50 million of their own people through starvation ?

      Do people think such regime wouldnt depopulate their own population and other countries ? Imagine if USSR or Third Reich would make the cheap stuff today for your country … what would people think about that ? Yet, the Chinese Communist Party is even worse by numbers of killed / starved than above two.

      The communists, maoists, bolsheviks, nazis, fascists and all other ideologically polarized groups are some of the most inhumane groups existing. The irony is theyre all a puppet of those whose main and final goal is absolute control, severe depopulation and transhumanism.

    3. Jim

      Actually no – it was developed in Wuhan, China by Chicken and Western scientists. It was then released by the CCP government in Wuhan, and then carriers of the virus were put on international flights to intentionally spread Covid 19. This all came to light yesterday.