Uncovering the Hidden

United States
Subversive Gun Control Bill S2099

In the United States (so-called land of the free) there is a constitutional clause which states that ALL persons have the 'Right to Bear Arms." This clause was inserted, with other clauses, to allow the people to stop and fight against a tyrannical or dictatorial government from laying claim to the federal government. Even though the constitution was layed aside and never restored in 1861, the reptilian agenda has been to allow the U.S. citizenry to 'think' that it was still in effect protecting them. Following this path of deception, none of the deceived, controlled, mindless, manipulated legislators, would ever consider writing or approving a law to ban the 'right to bear arms.' What they do though is more than effective in denying U.S. citizens this right.

They will not legislate, regulate, manipulate, and control 'arms' but they will legislate, regulate, manipulate, and control weapons, guns, firearms, handguns, and ammunition. These mindless legislators, following the dictates of the 'agenda' simply outlaw the tools used for arms, and not the right to bear arms. Quite effective and deceptive! This bill below is another effective method to eventually make sure that only the very elite can afford to purchase a weapon; --- Tax the weapons, so the slaves cannot afford to purchase the tools necessary to regain their freedoms or even maintain the few remaining freedoms.

While I personally believe, that weapons 'should' be unnecessary in a civilized world of peaceful people, the U.S. government has proven beyond any doubt that it does not intend any of its citizens to be truly free, but to continue by force, keeping the people enslaved in a system created and controlled by the reptilian bankers.

If the U.S. and the U.N. were really serious about wanting freedom and peace for all peoples and that weapons were the evil keeping us all from true peace, then why don't they disarm the police, the BATF, the FBI, the CIA, the militaries, and all the other 3 and 4 letter designated forces.. FIRST.. then we might all want to move towards a weaponless civilization, voluntarily. Humans by nature do not want to kill other humans.. only governments seem to enjoy this theatre of war. As long as the thug with the badge carries a weapon to intimidate and threaten and kill the citizens, I choose to stay armed.

Its really simple in concept.. when you look at things the way they really are. The reptilian controlled forces want all the weapons leaving the humans defensless. Be ye wise (sly) as the serpent --- perhaps that phrase was not in praise of the serpent but a warning about them. If the reptilian forces want to keep and control the weapons, it would be foolish for the humans to give their weapons up.

Below is a U.S. congressional 'bill' which only serves to make sure the elite have the weapons to keep the rest of us enslaved. We have kept the text format as close as possible to the bill before congress, S-2099. The introductory language states that this bill is to "require the registration of handguns, and for other purposes." What do you suppose the other purposes might be? ---- and why would the "registration of handguns" be included in the IRS code and not a public law? Answers to these and more can be found in the Biggest Secret by David Icke and in the Global Governance section. On page 7 under "AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS", notice the 'blank check' given to the "Secretary of the Treasury" - a presidential cabinet position, to put this 'code' in effect. Does anyone ever ask how a 'cabinet position' got lawful authority? -- Why not the lawful Treasurer instead? (the Secretary of the Treasury collects the debt for the reptilian bankers - the Treasurer pays that debt)

L. Savage


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106TH CONGRESS
2D SESSION

S. 2099

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to require the registration
of handguns, and for other purposes.




IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
FEBRUARY 24, 2000
Mr. REED introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to
the Committee on Finance





A BILL

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to require
the registration of handguns, and for other purposes.
  1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-

  2. tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

  3. SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

  4. This Act may be cited as the ``Handgun Safety and

  5. Registration Act of 2000''.

  6. SEC. 2. REGISTRATION OF HANDGUNS.

  7. (a) HANDGUN INCLUDED IN DEFINITION OF FIRE-

  8. ARM. - - -

  9. (1) IN GENERAL. - - -Section 5845(a) of the In-

  10. ternal Revenue Code of 1986 (defining firearm) is




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  1. amended by striking ``and (8) a destructive device''

  2. and inserting ``(8) a handgun; and (9) a destructive

  3. device''.

  4. (2) DEFINITION OF HANDGUN. - - -Section 5845

  5. of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to

  6. definitions) is amended by adding at the end the fol-

  7. lowing:

  8. ``(n) HANDGUN. - - -

  9. ``(1) IN GENERAL. - - -The term `handgun' means

  10. any weapon (including a starter gun) which - - -

  11. ``(A) is designed to or may be readily con-

  12. verted to expel a projectile by the action of an

  13. explosive, and

  14. ``(B) has a short stock and is designed to

  15. be held and fired by the use of a single hand.

  16. ``(2) DISASSEMBLED PARTS INCLUDED. - - -Such

  17. term shall also include the frame or receiver of any

  18. such weapon, and any combination of parts from

  19. which a handgun can be assembled if such parts are

  20. in the possession or under the control of a person.

  21. ``(3) EXCLUSION. - - -Such term shall not include

  22. a firearm classified as `any other weapon' under sub-

  23. section (e).''.

  24. (b) TRANSFER TAX IMPOSED ON HANDGUNS. - - -Sec-

  25. tion 5811(a) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relat-
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  1. ing to rate) is amended by inserting ``or as a handgun

  2. under section 5845(a)(8)'' after ``section 5845(e)''.

  3. (c) TAX ON MAKING FIREARMS IMPOSED ON HAND-

  4. GUNS. - - -Section 5821(a) of the Internal Revenue Code of

  5. 1986 (relating to rate) is amended by inserting ``, except,

  6. the tax on any firearm classified as a handgun under sec-

  7. tion 5845(a)(8) shall be at the rate of $50 for each such

  8. firearm made'' after ``firearm made''.

  9. (d) IMPORTATION POLICY CONTINUED. - - -

  10. (1) IN GENERAL. - - -Section 5844 of the Internal

  11. Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to importation) is

  12. amended by adding at the end the following: ``This

  13. section shall not apply to any firearm classified as

  14. a handgun under section 5845(a)(8).''.

  15. (2) CONFORMING AMENDMENT. - - -Section

  16. 925(d)(3) of title 18, United States Code, is amend-

  17. ed by inserting ``(without regard to paragraph (8)

  18. thereof)'' after ``section 5845(a)''.

  19. (e) SHARING OF REGISTRATION INFORMATION WITH

  20. STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. - - -

  21. (1) IN GENERAL. - - -Section 6103(o) of the In-

  22. ternal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to disclosure

  23. of returns and return information with respect to

  24. certain taxes) is amended by adding at the end the

  25. following:
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  1. ing to rate) is amended by inserting ``or as a handgun

  2. under section 5845(a)(8)'' after ``section 5845(e)''.

  3. (c) TAX ON MAKING FIREARMS IMPOSED ON HAND-

  4. GUNS. - - -Section 5821(a) of the Internal Revenue Code of

  5. 1986 (relating to rate) is amended by inserting ``, except,

  6. the tax on any firearm classified as a handgun under sec-

  7. tion 5845(a)(8) shall be at the rate of $50 for each such

  8. firearm made'' after ``firearm made''.

  9. (d) IMPORTATION POLICY CONTINUED. - - -

  10. (1) IN GENERAL. - - -Section 5844 of the Internal

  11. Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to importation) is

  12. amended by adding at the end the following: ``This

  13. section shall not apply to any firearm classified as

  14. a handgun under section 5845(a)(8).''.

  15. (2) CONFORMING AMENDMENT. - - -Section

  16. 925(d)(3) of title 18, United States Code, is amend-

  17. ed by inserting ``(without regard to paragraph (8)

  18. thereof)'' after ``section 5845(a)''.

  19. (e) SHARING OF REGISTRATION INFORMATION WITH

  20. STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. - - -

  21. (1) IN GENERAL. - - -Section 6103(o) of the In-

  22. ternal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to disclosure

  23. of returns and return information with respect to

  24. certain taxes) is amended by adding at the end the

  25. following:
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  1. (B) in subparagraph (F)(i) - - -

  2. (i) by striking ``or (l)(6)'' and insert-

  3. ing ``(l)(6)'', and

  4. (ii) by inserting ``or (o)(3)(B),'' after

  5. ``(16),'', and

  6. (C) in subparagraph (F)(ii), by striking

  7. ``or (o)(1)'' and inserting ``, (o)(1), or

  8. (o)(3)(A)''.

  9. (f) TRANSITION RULE FOR NONREGISTERED HAND-

  10. GUNS. - - -

  11. (1) IN GENERAL. - - -Any person possessing any

  12. firearm classified as a handgun under section

  13. 5845(a)(8) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986

  14. not registered in the National Firearms Registration

  15. and Transfer Record maintained by the Secretary of

  16. the Treasury under section 5841 of such Code shall

  17. register such handgun - - -

  18. (A) within 1 year of the date of the enact-

  19. ment of this Act, or

  20. (B) upon the transfer of such handgun be-

  21. fore such 1 year anniversary date.

  22. (2) TREATMENT OF REGISTRATION AS TRANS-

  23. FER. - - -For purposes of any tax imposed by part II

  24. of subchapter A of chapter 53 of the Internal Rev-

  25. enue Code of 1986 (relating to tax on transferring
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  1. firearms) on any firearm classified as a handgun

  2. under section 5845(a)(8) of such Code, any registra-

  3. tion of such handgun under paragraph (1)(A) shall

  4. be considered a transfer of such handgun.

  5. (3) NONAPPLICATION OF PENALTY. - - -Section

  6. 5861(d) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 shall

  7. not apply with respect to the possession of any

  8. handgun before the date of the registration of such

  9. handgun under paragraph (1).

  10. (g) PROVISION OF REGISTRATION FORMS. - - -

  11. (1) AVAILABILITY. - - -To promote and assist

  12. compliance with the handgun registration require-

  13. ments under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as

  14. amended by this section, the Secretary of the Treas-

  15. ury shall make available such registration and fin-

  16. gerprint forms as may be required by the public for

  17. compliance with such requirements - - -

  18. (A) to State and local law enforcement

  19. agencies and facilities of the Department of the

  20. Treasury throughout the States, the United

  21. States Postal Service, and such other agencies

  22. and departments of the Federal Government as

  23. the Secretary determines would aid in making

  24. such forms available to the public; and
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  1. (B) through the Internet in a downloadable

  2. format.

  3. (2) SINGLE FORM. - - -The Secretary of the

  4. Treasury shall make available registration forms

  5. that allow an individual to register the possession or

  6. transfer of more than 1 firearm classified as a hand-

  7. gun under section 5845(a)(8) of the Internal Rev-

  8. enue Code of 1986 on a single form.

  9. (h) PROGRAM OF PUBLIC AWARENESS. - - -Within 60

  10. days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Sec-

  11. retary of the Treasury shall commence a program to

  12. broaden public awareness of the handgun registration re-

  13. quirements under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as

  14. amended by this section. Such program may include vol-

  15. untary cooperative efforts with Federal, State, and local

  16. law enforcement agencies and public service announce-

  17. ments as deemed appropriate by the Secretary.

  18. (i) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. - - -There

  19. are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be

  20. necessary for the Secretary of the Treasury to carry out

  21. the provisions of and amendments made by this Act.

  22. (j) EFFECTIVE DATE. - - -The amendments made by

  23. this section shall take effect on the date of the enactment

  24. of this Act.
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