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    Allied Jewish Senior Housing, Denver institutes no guns policy....

    Any current resident will be required to disarm or look for new housing as soon as the new policy goes into effect, and any new resident caught with a firearm can be evicted.

    Executive director Michael Klein says some residents with memory problems could mistake a staff member for an intruder.

    "We, as staff, need to go into their apartments on a regular basis," Klein said. "A resident, unknowing, mistakenly would get up and shoot someone and it would be tragic."

    That has never happened at Allied Jewish Apartments, but the fear of what could happen prompted the policy change. (bolding added)
    So once again, individual rights are going to be affected because something that has never happened in the 45 year history of the complex could possibly happen, maybe.

    New residents of Denver apartment complex not allowed to have guns | 9news.com

    I'm also sending a copy of this article to Jews for the Preservation of Gun Ownership.

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    Good for you ezkl2230. I'm a member of JPFO and this is something I think that they'd like to know about and also maybe look into. This complex is violating some of the residents rights.

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    Seems to me if it's not in the lease it would be difficult to enforce on current residents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reloader54 View Post
    Good for you ezkl2230. I'm a member of JPFO and this is something I think that they'd like to know about and also maybe look into. This complex is violating some of the residents rights.
    Just waiting for BC1 to come in and tell us how the complex has the right to kick seniors to the curb if they decide to change their firearms policy.....

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    Well, if you sign a lease prohibiting you from having a gun, you can't have a gun. However, allowing some residents to have guns and not allowing others to have guns is wrong. "The policy also allows current residents who own guns to keep their firearms, but new residents will not be allowed to have or acquire guns." (Bolding added) Might also be against the law. The argument they used about guns ("...the fear of what could happen prompted the policy change.") could be applied to nearly anything, such as baseball bats, kitchen knives, shoe laces, anything that can be used to take a life.
    TANSTAAFL

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    Stupidity. Now at least these poor Jews can go to "nice government camp" just like their relatives in 1930's Germany without having to worry about gun violence---only a little gas. I am Jewish and you come to my house to give me a "free trip", someone will go to hell before I go to heaven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelcarry View Post
    Stupidity. Now at least these poor Jews can go to "nice government camp" just like their relatives in 1930's Germany without having to worry about gun violence---only a little gas. I am Jewish and you come to my house to give me a "free trip", someone will go to hell before I go to heaven.
    It always amazes me that so many American Jews, like Bloomberg, Waxman, Feinstein, and Schumer, are so fervently anti Second Amendment. Hitler had a very easy time with his wicked plans, including the holocaust, because most of the European population had been disarmed before the war. What would have happened with the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising if the Jews had been well armed?

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    It always amazes me that so many American Jews, like Bloomberg, Waxman, Feinstein, and Schumer, are so fervently anti Second Amendment. Hitler had a very easy time with his wicked plans, including the holocaust, because most of the European population had been disarmed before the war. What would have happened with the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising if the Jews had been well armed?
    You may want to learn history. Hitler actually made it far easier for the people to get both arms and ammo. He removed many of the restrictions that had been placed on the people. Now that does not include us Jews and other "non Germans" as we where no longer citizens thus not protected under those laws. So the reality is that Hitler removed many restrictions on firearms for the German people but ONLY the "PURE German people"..

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    You are correct. The 1928 act banned virtually all private ownership of firearms. The 1938 act did liberalize the ownership and transfer of rifles and shotguns, but only for those who had the trust of the Third Reich and were considered responsible. Jews of course were not allowed to own guns.

    Most other European countries had tight controls, but not outright bans. If I inferred that firearms were banned for all people I am sorry. European countries were very class conscious and still are. In many countries only landowners and the gentry are permitted to own guns. The progressive elites in this country only want too limit firearm ownership for commoners, but certainly not for them or their personal bodyguards. This is the same old story of the elite reserving special privileges for themselves and friends. Just look at the Obama Care exemptions.

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