A recent report issued by University of Tasmania has found that all Australian States and Territories have deviated from the 1996 National Firearms Agreement. Interviewed on ABC radio, (21. Dec. 2006) Law School Professor Kate Warner has claimed that in many States, children were allowed to shoot.
Roland Brown, of National Gun Control has urged the Prime Minister John Howard to get tough on gun owners. John Howard has already stated that he hates guns and gun owners, so here for discussion is the list of proposed “get tough” laws to be introduced:
1. Every licenced firearm owner to have the front of their home, shop or workplace marked with a bright yellow symbol, being a stylised gun, rifle, or bullet, together with the words “GUN DEN”. “This is so everyone knows who has a gun and where those guns are”.
2. Licenced gun owners must wear, at all times when in public, a similar bright yellow sign, sewn or printed on their outer clothing. “This is so the public can tell if a person is a gun owner and can be prepared”
3. Firearm Owners must have their Firearms Licence number tattooed on their inner forearm. “As a permanent indication that they own guns and should therefore be treated with contempt”.
4. Children of licenced gun owners are to be immediately removed and sent to an approved re-education facility, where they can be trained in the dangers of guns and the threat gun ownership poses to society. “These laws are for the good of the children”.
It is proposed that a special allocation of Government funds, in the form of “research grants” will be made available, to those “Approved Universities” who have shown their full support for The Howard Doctrine of Gun Control. Such Universities would already have established a Faculty of Gun Control and appropriate Professors of Gun Control in place.