Foreign Aid

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Foreign Aid and Gun Control

Last year, our Police were pushing for the passage of a Firearms Control Act which would greatly restrict the right of citizens to one guns and increase the power of the police to regulate gun ownership and sales. One rationale for the passage of the bill was that it would allow the release of more foreign aid from Japan. Thus, our police were following the "japan model" of stringent firearms restrictions and right of inspection, and were pushing for legislation to this effect, in exchange for aid.

There is nothing wrong with receceiving foreign aid. But when such aid is given with "strings" or conditions attached, such aid partakes of an ominous nature. It reeks of foreign domination and control of our internal affairs and our values. It strips us of our freedom and our choice to chart our own destiny.

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