I joined my colleague David Clement on Consumer Choice Radio this week! Listen in:
Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert, an ass den 28. Mee iwwerdroë ginn. De ganze Beitrag kann een hei nolauschteren. Déi iwwerschafften EU-Direktiv zum Gebrauch vu Schosswaffen trëfft net an all Land op offen Oueren. Tschechien stäipt sech um Europäesche Geriichtshaff zu Lëtzebuerg géint déi geplangte Changementer.
In a referendum held on Sunday, Swiss voters agreed to new gun regulations. Gun rights activists lobbied against tighter rules and pushed the vote in an attempt to oppose new agreements between Switzerland and the European Union. The reform of the European Union’s firearms directive would place more restrictions on gun owners and centralize surveillance.
Click down below to see my latest video on EU Updates. I’m going into detail on EU gun legislation.
The only “common sense gun control” that its advocates are eventually going to agree on is to take your guns away. And you won’t get them back. How do I know that? That’s exactly what they did in Europe.
Despite considerable policy differences on the old continent, one issue almost entirely unites Europeans: gun control. This is currently reflected through legislators, who, despite the apparent ineffectiveness of current gun regulation, continue to infringe on the right to bear arms.
On Thursday, the Czech Republic’s lower house of parliament approved a constitutional amendment that would enshrine the right to bear arms. One hundred and thirty-nine out of 200 MPs approved the change after it was suggested by interior minister Milan Chovanec who asked the houses of parliament to “show [him] a single terrorist attack in […]