The twenty three new executive orders.

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President Obama with much fanfare decided to unveil the 23 executive orders that he signed yesterday in response to the mass killings that have been occurring from time to time last year culminating with the Sandy Hook killing of supposedly 20 kids. I’m not going to get into that last episode, the webz are quickly making a mockery of the official account of that incident but I thought if you haven’t seen these 23 orders, I’d post them here and explain exactly what they mean.

  1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum to require federal agencies to make relevant data available to the federal background check system.

This one is vague to the point of obscurity. What do they mean by relevant data? Personally, I think this one is a straw man, it seems so innocuous that for me I think this was signed so that the first time someone came across this list, they would be discouraged from reading any further.

  1. Address unnecessary legal barriers, particularly relating to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act that may prevent states from making information available to the background check system.

Aahh, here we start to see where this going. Ever had an experience with the mental health system? Take psychotropics? Even if you have a completely clean record, look for any evidence of either to make you ineligible for gun ownership. This executive order eviscerates the Doctor client privilege when it comes to mental health professionals. Considering how many people are on those poisons, it makes is extremely more difficult for people who might need some protection that much harder to obtain.

  1. Improve incentives for states to share information with the background check system.

See the explanation to number two above but with federal money involved. Don’t want to share medical records with the Feds? Lose your state federal funding for Medicare and Medicaid.

  1. Direct the Attorney General to review categories of individuals prohibited from having a gun to make sure dangerous people are not slipping through the cracks.

What categories are going to be included? This gives the Attorney General the power to include any category of individual to be denied the ownership of a gun. One question that I have is, does this give the government the power to confiscate the firearms of selected “categories” of citizens after they’ve been identified? And who‘s going to be categorized as “dangerous”. It could be anybody or any group, and if you take this to its extreme, all the AG has to do is determine that anyone not employed by the government as dangerous and attempted confiscation here we come.

  1. Propose rulemaking to give law enforcement the ability to run a full background check on an individual before returning a seized gun.

This means if you ever have a gun seized, you’ll never get it back.

  1. Publish a letter from ATF to federally licensed gun dealers providing guidance on how to run background checks for private sellers.

More paperwork pure and simple to discourage individuals from purchasing firearms. Have you seen lately what it takes to get a passport? Same thing here. What is now a simple one page form is quickly going to be something that most people can’t complete.

  1. Launch a national safe and responsible gun ownership campaign.

New propaganda campaign and nothing more against firearm ownership.

  1. Review safety standards for gun locks and gun safes (Consumer Product Safety Commission).

WTF? Those two items are probably two of the safest products manufactured. Hell the only way to get in my gun safe is with a torch and considering it’s attached to the foundation of my house, it wouldn’t be a good idea to try to torch it considering that you’d pop off a couple of thousand rounds of ammo in the process.

  1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum to require federal law enforcement to trace guns recovered in criminal investigations.

This means keep forever guns “recovered in criminal investigations”. Which could be anything as small as a cop seizing your legal firearm during a traffic stop.

  1. Release a DOJ report analyzing information on lost and stolen guns and make it widely available to law enforcement.

This is completely redundant, this agency already does this. The only thing that I can think of for this order is that they intend to use their huge database of legally purchased firearms and use it to target individuals by declaring their guns “lost or stolen”. Look for this in the near future.

  1. Nominate an ATF director.

There hasn’t been an ATF director for the past six years and it seems to me that the DOJ has been doing just fine running programs like “Fast and Furious”. Look for anyone nominated to be dedicated to disarming law-abiding gun owners.

  1. Provide law enforcement, first responders, and school officials with proper training for active shooter situations.

This is just lip service as cover for more false flag operations.

  1. Maximize enforcement efforts to prevent gun violence and prosecute gun crime.

This makes me think that prosecutorial initiatives like 10, 20, life for gun crimes are going to be quickly morphed into life sentences for any supposed gun crime. That pretty much explains maximize to me. Defend yourself and your life with a firearm? Automatic life sentence in prison.

  1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum directing the Centers for Disease Control to research the causes and prevention of gun violence.

The government and the CDC has been trying for decades to make gun violence a “public health” issue while completely ignoring the real root causes for it. Now they have a presidential executive order to bring that back to the table.

  1. Direct the Attorney General to issue a report on the availability and most effective use of new gun safety technologies and challenge the private sector to develop innovative technologies.

Here we go again, taggants in ammunition and bio-metric controls being forced by executive decree on firearms manufacturers. Both have the goal of making firearm and ammunition ownership way too expensive to the average American.

  1. Clarify that the Affordable Care Act does not prohibit doctors asking their patients about guns in their homes.

Did you know that the AMA is one of the largest anti-gun establishments in this country? Personally if I had a doctor ask me about guns in my home, if I could control myself from bashing the bastard in the face, I’d walk out without paying. Just another good reason to stay away from these quacks.

  1. Release a letter to health care providers clarifying that no federal law prohibits them from reporting threats of violence to law enforcement authorities.

There goes doctor patient confidentiality. Reason number two to stay away from these quacks.

  1. Provide incentives for schools to hire school resource officers.

That means money. Now all schools are going to resemble prisons more than they already do. Look for “no-tolerance” rules to be tightened to the point that a six year old pointing a finger at a fellow student while playing will be immediately be placed into a juvenile facility and have all types of psychiatry loosed upon him.

  1. Develop model emergency response plans for schools, houses of worship and institutions of higher education.
  2. Release a letter to state health officials clarifying the scope of mental health services that Medicaid plans must cover.
  3. Finalize regulations clarifying essential health benefits and parity requirements within ACA exchanges.
  4. Commit to finalizing mental health parity regulations.
  5. Launch a national dialogue led by Secretaries Sebelius and Duncan on mental health

I’ve already explained what the last five mean in my responses to the first eighteen. These haven’t been prepared in just the past few weeks since the Sandy Hook false flag, it takes a lot of time to put together this much obfuscation. Which resolves my conclusion, that incident, if it ever actually happened, was timed to happen at exactly the time it did (right after the so-called election) and with exactly the targets that would get the most bang for their buck. I’ve got to give these assholes credit, they’re going to be able to gut a lot of the second amendment with these executive orders and with the way they’re written, there’s not going to be a whole lot of anything that anyone can do about it.

You’re welcome for the explanation for what these executive orders really mean. Now go out and buy yourself a new AR-15 if you don’t own one already. If you do, buy more ammo.

32 thoughts on “The twenty three new executive orders.

  1. It sounds as if they are less concerned about us obtaining new weapons and more concerned about being able to confiscate them on a whim, with the help of your family doctor.

    • You’ve got to admit it’s pretty brilliant how they went about it, using Obamacare to do gun control. I’ll never go to the doctor again unless I have a limb hanging by a tendon.

          • It was only a matter of time. Find the money. Surely a couple of sleeper agents, coerced with money or a fate worse than death, shall be awakening at this convenient time.

            Sheeps in wolf’s clothing considering how helpful they seem to have been up til now. Surely, few people will see it coming. And I am not calling you surely.

            I distrust any organization, unless it is small and I know all the member’s personally. Government organizations are all held in suspect until I know someone personally inside it, who can help me circumvent some of the bad (or maybe I would rather die by a familiar hand).

  2. Re: #1- they weren’t doing this already? Not that I want the federal government doing any of this in the first place, but why wouldn’t federal agencies already being sharing data with the background check system. Perhaps this is being put in there to make people feel better about federal totalitarianism since it would feed the meme that the gov’t is horribly inefficient (i.e. “there’s not need to worry; the government may be evil, but it’s also terribly incompetent”).

      • I would imagine #1 relates to #s 2 through 5.

        “Look for “no-tolerance” rules to be tightened to the point that a six year old pointing a finger at a fellow student while playing will be immediately be placed into a juvenile facility and have all types of psychiatry loosed upon him.”

        This has already happened.

        http://gulfnews.com/news/world/usa/boy-suspended-for-pointing-finger-like-gun-1.1127196

  3. We were going to start a sell-off of rifles and shotguns we don’t often shoot, but decided against it. We have a few hand-me down .22s and .410 shotguns that don’t have any sentimental or practical value and will sell off if we can. Otherwise, we are keeping the arsenal intact, merely on principle.

    The largest caliber rifle we have is a .300 Win Mag that I can barely handle. Others are better suited for hunting big game or varmint. We own many handguns for self defense, and shotguns for hunting and SD if necessary. I don’t find any practical value in owning an AR-style rifle, but power to those who do.

    I sometimes thinks liberals have never heard of the idea of “reloading” and I don’t mean as a basement dwelling hobby but as an active shooting habit. Seven rounds in a clip? A practiced shooter could likely do as much or more damage with a 4 round bolt or lever action rifle. But, my general and admittedly anectodal experience says anyone who aims for proficiency in shooting such guns is not aiming to shoot up a school, or anything or anyone else (saving cases of home invasion or defense of self/family/home).

    Liberals cannot think past their own surgically modified noses.

    • “Liberals cannot think past their own surgically modified noses.”

      That’s probably one of the funniest quotes I’ve ever heard and it’s completely true.

  4. The clever thing is, by saying Adam L shot his mother before leaving to shoot actors’ kids with a gun that stayed in the drug dealers’ car trunk, they will point to any member of your family having something covered by the DSM-V as making it unsafe to have firearms in the house. Don’t trust the gov? Paranoid – no guns. Hate feminists – anger issues – no guns. Post partum depression – no guns. Oppositional Defiance Disorder defined by school shrink – possible Klebold/Harris – no guns. Of course, you can have them back when you’re better. But now SSRI’s are maintenance dose rather than acute treatment, you’ll be a fat indolent sad sack by the time that day dawns.

    • Everything you point out is covered under these executive orders. The only thing we don’t know at this point is if confiscation for medical reasons is in these orders.

  5. they’re going to be able to gut a lot of the second amendment with these executive orders and with the way they’re written, there’s not going to be a whole lot of anything that anyone can do about it.

    makes sense that their tactics will reflect the Incrementalism that’s been so successfl for them in — very gradually, over fifty years — establishing and consolidating their Gynogulag

    one measure, one “law,” one policy, one drop at a time, from their cours and governments and schools and Medea, etc

    as the decades pass, those drops that seemed so insignifican by themselves coalesce, and add up… to the Fempire we now have

    the obfuscatory detailsim of the First 23 demonstrates the exact same classic techniques

    • Even I after reading them have to give them grudging credit, there’s really nothing there on the surface for anything to grab onto as a pure power grab. Luckily for us, we can all read between the lines.

    • Incrementalism will only work so much longer. They are using Cloward-Piven to destroy the finances and create the mother of all crises. They have to be ready to confiscate before or as the dollar implodes, or they will no longer have the power to do it. The Federal governments power ultimately comes from the dollar, and the day the dollar is useless, it can no longer be used to pay your “homeland security force, separate but equal to the US Army” – They are running out of time. At some point in the next few years, and certainly within the decade they will be forced to attempt a Krystal-Nacht. This is just tying to whittle away at it ahead of time.

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  7. I was discussing guns with a friend last night & she thinks that registering all guns is a good idea. I asked how the hell the gov’t was going to do that? Go house to house conducting searches? She seemed to think that gun owners were going to meekly line up with their guns to register. HAHAHAHA! Fat chance!

    She also thought that selling firearms to friends without doing background checks should be illegal. I asked how the gov’t would know that such a transaction took place? If the gov’t doesn’t know about a firearm purchased through a private collector, how would they know if that firearm traded hands?

    She insisted that we needed to do SOMETHING to prevent school shootings & I asked her if there was anything that could have prevented the Sandy Hook shooting. She said that she didn’t think there was anything that could have prevented it but we had to do SOMETHING. Basically she just wants some sort of action, effective or not, so that she feels better about the shooting.

    Of course, she is a heroic single mother and her child lives with his grandparents, so logical thinking isn’t exactly her strong suit. It’s all about feeeeelings!

    • Considering that there is increasing evidence that the shootings never happened, what your friend is feeeeling is exactly what the PTB want.

  8. What makes this gun-grabbing even more despicable is the zealous attacks from HollyWEIRD and it’s cadre of champagne socialists, hypocrites and perverts all trying to shame gun-owning Americans in to disarming. Hollywood’s token Negro Harry Belafonte said Obama “Should declare himself dictator” whilst Scumbag Jamie Foxx made a video on Gun Control, Yes you read that right the same Jamie Foxx that just made the Hyper-Violent Tarantino vomit called “Django”.

    • It all seems to have been choreographed doesn’t it? Trust me, none of this is an accident, it’s been planned for a while. You’ve got to admit, the elites are going nuts over how exposed they are now by people like us.

      • Like in a said in conversation, my biggest consolation is that at the end of the day, despite massive resources at hand, the elites are still human.

        I pray while I am still a mere incipient viper that they err as is human to do. Perhaps it is too much to hope for, that they hang themselves with the massive amount of rope they have in allotment, but, a man can dream.

        • Pride goes before the Fall, and these people have it in boat loads. I suspect that they will feel Utopia within reach and move too quickly.

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  10. If you purchase a firearm through an FFL you are asked if you have ever been ajudicated a mental defective. This information rarely makes it into the federal data base due to privacy concerns. The punk at VA Tech was and it was later rescinded. It possibly could have been appllied to the aurora punk and the arizona punk. The aurora punk has been declared fit for trial which may be another reason this information doesn’t make it into the system.

    On another note I think the way they go about collecting information through obamacare vioates the 4th, 5th, and 6th amendments just as a start.

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  12. Some years back I had a doctor decide I had incipient depression on the first time I ever saw her, after a 5-minute conversation about the sinus infection for which I presented . (Not my regular doc – saw her because my doc was not available.) Nothing for the sinus infection – had to make an appt with a real doctor. When I protested the observation of depression I said it could affect my 2A rights, to which she replied “Which is more important to you, proper treatment or your gun collection?” Since I was not experiencing depression the answer was obvious. My primary care doctor assured me it was not a formal diagnosis, and I haven’t heard anything more about it. Note that depression screening is a standard part of the stuff they ask you about, so find out the right answers. It looks like our doctors should be mirandizing us prior to every visit.

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