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Manila Bulletin: Permit to carry, first defense

Erik Espina from the Manila Bulletin reminds us that we should look at the real motives behind gun control:

"When presidents begin to disallow ownership or the carrying of its own citizens of the means to protect themselves; when governments begin suspecting its own citizens as part of the peril to law & order, because they are registered/legal holders or carriers of guns, then it is time for the sovereign people to be suspicious of the motives of such prohibition."

Read the full article in Manila Bulletin: Permit to carry, first defense.

PROGUN Interview on DZMM Saturday 29 May 1pm.

We will be interviewed on Saturday 1pm May 29 on DZMM radio patrol on our stand regarding the proposed extension of the gun ban. Please tune in an call or text-in during the call-in portion of the show and voice your concerns in support of PROGUN. 

Salamat! :) 

Philippine Star: PROGUN refutes Chief PNP Gen. Jesus Verzosa on Gun Ban

Gun owners' group asks PNP to reconsider gun ban extension 
By Mike Frialde (The Philippine Star) Updated May 25, 2010 12:00 AM

PNP to hold summit on extended gun ban

PNP to hold summit on extended gun ban 

President NoyNoy Aquino states on radio that he is against the gun ban

President-elect Noynoy Aquino was just interviewed on radio earlier today. He categorically stated that he was against the gun ban extension. He further stated that the gun ban affects only legitimate gun owners and not criminals who do not respect the ban. He also cited the numerous people who were killed during the gun ban which proves that the gun ban does not work.

We support the President-elect for his pro-gun stand, which is an accord with reason and logic. PROGUN has always been against the imposition of any type of gun ban, and we are glad that we finally have a President who shares the same views.

We salute and support you Mr. President! It only proves that our votes and suport for your campaign were not fruitless. Mabuhay kayo Noynoy!

The Philippines under a total gun ban

Recently, the PNP, under its chief General Jesus Verzosa, proposed a permanent total gun ban. Chief Verzosa seems to conveniently ignore the fact that, to date, there have been no cases anywhere in the world where a ban has effectively prevented criminals from obtaining weapons.

To see how the Philippines might look if it continues on this course, we need only look to Jamaica. The former Spanish possession changed hands with the British to become a colony for around 300 years. Jamaica attained full independence in the 1960s, after which it experienced strong economic growth. Its prosperity didn't last long, however, as in the 1970s it suffered from growing inequality and fell into economic deterioration.

Comelec Gun ban to be extended or made permanent?

There is much talk now about the proposal to extend the Comelec gun ban or make it permanent. This began with the statement of Gen. Jesus Verzosa, the Chief PNP, that due to the perceived effectiveness of the total gun ban during the comelec campaign period and the alleged low incidence of crime during this period, there is a supposed "clamor" for the gun ban to be made permanent.

Election violence in Lanao

Our Letter of Endorsement to Sen. Noynoy Aquino

30 April 2010

SEN. BENIGNO “NOYNOY” AQUINO

Senate Building

Pasay City

Re : STATEMENT OF SUPPORT

Dear Sen. Aquino:

On Donations and other forms of help to PROGUN

I have read the article of fallujah regarding foreign aid that he tried to compare with the situation in our organization. Unlike the National Rifle Association which is actively supported by the members of the gun industry in the United States of America, your organization is not supported by anyone else except for a few generous entities that are both willing to shoulder our expenses everytime we will meet to discuss the developments in government and in the country as a whole. We are independent, in the sense that we do not owe any loyalty to any individual, shooting discipline, company or interest group. PROGUN is loyal to its members and we have made this commitment to fight and lobby for the interest of the FILIPINO GUN OWNERS.

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