“Surrender Your Firearms” Hawaii Police Plan To Confiscate Guns From All Medical Marijuana Users

by | Nov 29, 2017 | Headline News | 116 comments


The Honolulu Police Department has sent a series of letters to local medical marijuana patients that directly orders them to surrender their firearms or, presumably, face state sanctioned violence to remove them.

Signed by Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard, the letters “inform” patients that upon receipt of the confiscation order, a citizen has 30 days to turn over their guns to the police. This stunning move amounts to direct gun confiscation for people who have no history of violent crimes.

As Leafly noted, “The existence of the notices, first reported early today by Russ Belville at The Marijuana Agenda podcast, was confirmed to Leafly News this afternoon by the Honolulu Police Department.

“The startling order comes just three months after the state’s first medical marijuana dispensary opened in Hawaii’s capital city.”

Courtesy of Russ Belville, The Marijuana Agenda

Courtesy of Russ Belville, The Marijuana Agenda

Although federal law prohibits all cannabis consumers from purchasing firearms, this is the first time that a local law enforcement agency has “proactively” sought to confiscate weapons from state-registered medical marijuana patients.

Despite the law being confirmed in multiple federal courts, any rational human being knows that this is nothing short of tyrannical overreach by an overzealous police chief who most likely is against private gun ownership in the first place.

Literally no one in the history of marijuana smoking as specifically killed someone because they have smoked a joint yet people like Police Chief Susan Ballard are apparently so caught up in their own power trip that they are willing to use violent force to strip the legitimate Second Amendment rights of citizens who legally use marijuana for a variety of aliments.

Make no mistake, if a local resident in Hawaii refuses this order, you can almost guarantee that the next step is forced gun confiscation at the barrel of a gun.

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    1. hoser

      Killing cops is justified in Honolulu…

      • Kevin2

        That was totally uncalled for. You trying to start trouble or are you just a mad man?

        • Braveheart1776

          Kevin2, whoever came up with the idea of gun confiscation isn’t playing with a full deck. Correction: The person doesn’t even have a deck to play with. They need to forget the idea.

          • Kevin2


            They’ve been selectively applying it for some time. While it certainly never sat well with the targets the places where its occurred has not generated great amounts of public disapproval. The cornerstone of confiscation is registration. Interestingly it can’t be applied against criminals because, get this, it violates the 5th Amendment (and it does) protection against self incrimination.

            Haynes v. United States, 390 U.S. 85

            The National Firearms Act of 1934 required the registration of certain types of firearms. Miles Edward Haynes was a convicted felon who was charged with failing to register a firearm under the Act. Haynes argued that, because he was a convicted felon and thus prohibited from owning a firearm, requiring him to register was essentially requiring him to make an open admission to the government that he was in violation of the law, which was thus a violation of his right not to incriminate himself.

            In a 7-1 decision, the Court ruled in 1968 in favor of Haynes. Earl Warren dissented in a one sentence opinion and Thurgood Marshall did not participate in the ruling.

            As with many other 5th amendment cases, felons and others prohibited from possessing firearms could not be compelled to incriminate themselves through registration. The National Firearms Act was amended after Haynes to make it apply only to those who could lawfully possess a firearm. This eliminated prosecution of prohibited persons, such as criminals, and cured the self-incrimination problem.

            • Braveheart1776

              Kevin2, very interesting about that case. Never knew about it until now. All the same if the gun grabbers open Pandora’s Box they’re unleashing hell on themselves. Someone had better get their head straight before anyone dies from such stupidity.

              • Kevin2

                It would get real ugly in great parts of the USA. For this reason they’re flirting around the edges. The goal is to condition the public into acceptance. Make shooting, owning and the like difficult. Scorn those that own and use guns. The fact is that they’re failing miserably with that endeavor outside of some urban domains.

                • Braveheart1776

                  Kevin2, rest assured they’ll continue to fail miserably outside of urban areas. I know damn well what my family and I will do to gun grabbers. They’d better stop flirting with it unless they have a death wish.

                  • Kevin2

                    We’re somewhat fortunate that Europe has been a test bed for them. Banning guns and importing Africans hasn’t been a good mix. They’re perplexed in that a nation with largely a population from European stock hasn’t reacted to the same stimuli as their brethren in the old world. There, crime goes up and the people in a vain attempt to quell it turn in guns. Here in the US we buy twice as many. Each mass shooting, has upstaged the previous, encompassing kids, Churches, large crowds. So far its backfired with by and large the body politic wanting to carry in more places, everywhere. Brute force is far too messy and really counterproductive. They don’t know what to do so they in madness keep repeating the same thing over and over.

              • gandhi

                dont worry braveheart, the NRA will start a campaign to get everyone to require a background check then make a convientien app for your apple I phone to let everyone know how legal you are and what a good boy you are.

            • Genius

              I work in a state that has medical marijuana. I tell people to watch out because THIS is exactly what they would try and do! Looks like the cat is out of the bag ehhh. Look for more of this happening. The fed has NO business telling states what to do with drugs. But then the states are incorporated under the USA corporation so thats how they do it. Watch the endless legal battles begin. Fook the feds, Fook the cops that go along with this shit too! How many people get murdered because the perpetrator was stoned???

              • Kevin2

                “The fed has NO business telling states what to do…”

                This is the most ignored Amendment in the Bill Of Rights both in word and intent. The transgressions upon the rest pale in comparison.

                10th Amendment:

                The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

                • Genius

                  I agree! One of the WORST enemies out west here is the BLM! Utah was trying to kick them out but I never heard anymore about it.

                  • gandhi

                    they have a bigger problem in Utah than BLM…the real problem in utah is mormons and lots of them silly buggers

                • gandhi

                  take it a step into the freedom department. the state has no business taxing slaves property year after year or telling people to obey unjust laws created by long dead polititians from yesteryear. amerikans are rulled by dead people from history. all laws need to be thrown out every 20 years or so and that is called revolution.

          • Nailbanger

            The new HPD cheif is a leftist woman,,, that says it all

            • Come-On-People

              That whore clearly deserves to HANG. She hates the Constitution and all that is stands for period.

              • Nailbanger

                Im getting my popcorn out and lawnchair so i can sit back and watch everything come apart, living here in this democrat run state im seeing everything building upon itself, crime rising, unfunded public pensions and medical plans, huge numbers of dependent illegal immigrants, fuckit, let it all come apart, when they come for my piece of the pie ill give em ashes

            • PO'd Patriot

              Well she has to live somewhere on the islands……one morning she might wake up with a terrible bowel pain only to find that someone has shoved that tin star up her Hi-knee.

              • Nailbanger

                Thats the thing about living on an island, a little good old fashioned recon goes a long way

              • Nailbanger

                Got to note though, that this action is handed down from DOJ and Sessions, yes there are gun grabbing municipalities, but firearms laws stem from federal law, im not really a fan of any of it but have resigned myself to the fact thatbi may at some time need to go up in smoke because im not complying and im not just handing anything over no matter what the demand

          • Son of patriot

            The statement: “In the history of marijuana use, no one has ever harmed anyone after smoking a joint” is laughable. Almost all robbers, murderers and violent offenders are drug users, and their drug of choice is pot. No all pot users are offenders, but most offenders are pot users, with Meth coming in second.

            As the victim of crimes, both ones carried out and foiled, I am tired of drugged up felons, blazing away on the drug of their choice. It’s well known, if you buy a gun you promise you are not a drug user, it’s part of the NICS questionnaire. If you allow stoners to own guns, I can deal with that, okay, might as well take my Libertarian-ism up a notch. But you gotta legalize open carry everywhere.

        • Paranoid

          No; the letter was uncalled for. I don’t even drink, but if I had a gun in HW and I got such a letter, because I needed MJ because of a medical issue, the SHTF and would splatter badly. Some Chief would discover why you let sleeping dogs alone.

          • Braveheart1776

            Paranoid, I noticed that chief is a female and most likely got her job because of a quota and set-aside.

            • john stiner

              Hawaii is uber liberal.

              I would not send letters out like that. The people’s names at the bottom of the letter are probably on someone else’s list too.

              • The Deplorable Braveheart

                JS, good points. Lists do work more than one way.



          • Funkengrooven

            I believe that “Paranoid” was expressing an opinion. This forum is about opinions, is it not?
            I also believe that “uncalled for” in this case means something close to “You’ve got to be kidding, she did what???” As a previous MJ smoker I can attest to the fact that overeating and falling asleep is more likely to happen with MJ than any kind of violence with any kind of weapon. This is very obviously a gun grab using the most tenuous of connections.

        • willy

          He is no mad man- you however are a coward to not stand up for your rights. This is an illegal order against peoples rights and justifies a like response the chief has threatened with. This IS the purpose for arms.

      • Menzoberranzan

        The ones that physically come after the weapons, yes.


        I am sure that law enforcement is going to be hesitant on going after people’s firearms if that happens they will be (more) of a (target) once word gets out.

        I short leave law enforcement alone that is there job law enforcement only.

        I am sure they are shaking their heads on this one.

        If I remember correctly when you purchase a firearm some of the questions states are you a Illegal Drug user.????? ARE YOU A CONVICTED FELON ??????

        It’s the politicians that seem to be on drugs, they are the ones that need to be locked up for writing unfair laws.

        Do the math.

        Please people STOP!!!! there is enough COPS being shot out here so HOLD YOUR FIRE and (Think) RATIONALLY……..

      • mike in HIAWATHA

        The police can come and try to take my guns, from my cold dead hands. since they demonized pot, they can demonized alcohol to. Many will be watching. If they start breaking down doors over there, taking guns, they will alienate themselves out of existence, and/or any authority. And we will draw, up our own letter.

        • gandhi

          they just hate that slaves own guns. they then must be good slave-masters?

      • gandhi

        hand in your guns slave

      • MA

        Yea, you can come pry fhem from my cold stoned fingers!

      • gandhi

        the NRA would never approve of drug users owning a gun, even legal sweet smelling smoked ones. hand them in slaves if you use the whacky weed to treat any illness especially mental ilness like ptsd.

        • marie

          I know a friend who has prostate cancer. He has kept it at bay for 3 yrs now using Alternatives. He has stage 2 agressive cancer. He has had NO conventional treatment. He just got a bone scan and MRI and it did not spread to his bones. He is next to try Hemp oil. They don’t drug test him at work, but only if he has an accident. So i hope he can take the hemp oil. I heard on the radio a man cured himself of p.ca using only hemp oil. He had severe late stage, and his psa was 700. Supposed to be under 4. Took hemp oil and
          in 5 wks the psa number went down to 350. Then after a yr he was below 4 and doc said he was cured. He could not do the poison radiation or chemo or even surgery cuz doc said too late. So he stopped the hemp oil and cancer came back. Then he took again and it went away. He gave a web site, but i lost it. He was on Coast to Coast A.M. a month or so ago talking about his prostate cancer. I don’t remember his name. He said back before 1920 when hemp was legal all doctors carried a small bottle of hemp oil in their medical bag as it was good for a lot of ailments.

      • gandhi

        dont worry the NRA will stand against the govt taking the gun rights of the stoned.

      • marie

        So the idiots registered their guns? First registration, then confiscation. Or they just sent out a letter to everyone who was on medical weed? So fk em. Turn in some plastic squirt guns and say this is all i own. Of course if they didn’t register, then gov doesn’t know they have guns, but if they use one they are screwed.

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      • willy

        Very informative- Than You!

    3. Kevin2

      Its a no brainer that this would happen. It gets real tricky if someone in the home has a legal marijuana prescription while another legally owns firearms. What happens if one family member is convicted of a felony?

      • Braveheart1776

        Kevin2, I would also hope that cooler heads will prevail in this scenario. But those gun owners have a legitimate right to self-defense if ANYONE tries to forcibly take their weapons or anything else they have. Whatever fool came up with this needs to cancel it before they get someone killed. Nailbanger and Rellik live in Hawaii and I already know what they’ll say.

        • Kevin2

          I’m not justifying this draconian decision; I’m a Libertarian. I just look at things objectively if I can. Its unwise to let Uncle Sam know more than the absolute minimum if possible. It was inevitable that government would connect dots that literally are handed to them.

          • Braveheart1776

            Kevin2, I know you’re not justifying it and I always appreciate your perspective. I’m just hoping nothing of the sort happens for everyone’s sakes.

            • Kevin2

              Its like they’re probing for a violent reply to justify greater authoritarianism.

              • Braveheart1776

                Kevin2, I get that same feeling. Hope they don’t probe TOO HARD for their sakes.

                • Kevin2

                  There’s, ours, everyones. The violence goes both ways. It touches the good, bad, perpetrator and innocent. They’re goal is to demonize those that were 60 years ago considered normal, the backbone of the nation. Its replacement, their polar opposite. The intent is to destroy the nation state. I look at it as mass political genocide. This is why up is down, down in up. Normal family bad, freak family with tranny good. They want chaos. They want things not to function effectively. They want the lunatics in charge. Out of this, a complete societal / economic collapse, the body politic will literally demand order. Thats when THEY step in and re-configure society to their liking. Stability, level heads, self reliance is their enemy.

                  Ok theres my off topic rant.

                  • The Deplorable Braveheart

                    Kevin2, that was an excellent rant. You could’ve continued it but that’s OK.

                  • marie

                    Yes Kevin, it’s true. What they are doing is “social engineering”, destroying everything “normal” so that in the future the people won’t know what’s normal and what’s abnormal. They are screwing things up on purpose. For instance – all the feminists are witch hunting men who said something or touched a female many yrs ago, but it’s ok to send a man/transgender into the womens room, and in Britain i just read that it’s now ok for men who “feel” like a woman to take a shower in the little girls shower room! How screwed up is that? Men can’t touch a woman or say something to them, but it’s ok to send a man into a childs bathroom? SICK!!

      • Genius

        K2, I wondered about that myself. I don’t smoke weed but I would suggest buying your stuff on the black market to avoid this crap. Same thing with firearms, buy private with NO registration. Registration and permits lead them right to you. What THEY don’t know won’t hurt YOU!

        • Kevin2

          My personality doesn’t afford me the luxury of being in the shadows as I am outspoken (and it cost me $$$ in my career). As Kwai Chang Cane said on the TV series Kung Foo “A wise man walks with his head bowed low”. Translated in modern times do the minimum of interaction with government. My own grandfather drove a car since the mid 1920s and didn’t get a drivers license until the late 1950s. He never signed up for Social Security, never filled out an IRS 1040 “Why I’ma give government money”, he would say. Never paid one dime in income tax. It was like he didn’t exist. He was 100% cash on everything. Died in 1969 before computers. “Those were the days my friend, we thought they’d never end”. A self employed barber who retired at 52 and had money and friends who on occasion made the newspapers.

          • Genius

            Good for him! That’s how it should be. Sadly those days are far behind us…..

          • Braveheart1776

            Kevin2, there’s something else we have in common; being outspoken. LOL, I know I do my share of that but I don’t regret it.

          • Nailbanger

            Sounds good to me, wise elder in my book, and definitely to be admired. Theres a lot to be said for staying out of the fray.

    4. CrackSummSkulls

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      • Menzoberranzan

        Pretty cool product. I couldn’t determine if they are large enough to work on 35 inch mud tires though.

        • Nailbanger

          I used to run those on my F350 when i was in Co, had 35″ mudders with studs, truck was a beast, good fun though

          • Menzoberranzan

            Thanks Nail

      • Braveheart1776

        CSS, that’s an interesting item. I will be ordering one myself.

      • durangokidd

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      • Philosopher Deplorabilis

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        I was thinking about that a few days ago when considering cleaning out my garage! TYVM!

      • Philosopher Deplorabilis

        It looks like a single use, disposable item. Meh.

      • Archivist

        I don’t need those. If it snows, I stay home until it’s gone.

    5. dbreeze

      Blame our great grandparents for allowing the State to take away our rights of access to natural plants and herbs. Now most people assume it’s always been that way and that there is something inherently “bad” with a plant.

    6. Neal Jensen

      hmmm. no surprise. the communists just needed a convenient reason, and the smokers gave it to them. this will have legs and go waaaY beyond just hawaii….but you brought it on yourselves by begging privileges from your masters. told you freedom wasnt free, but when all you do is take cheap words and slogans for granted and risked nothing for it, the day inevitably comes that you must fight for the freedom you never really had, or surrender any attempt to fight for it.. i dont see any fighters, so the answer is clear..

    7. Braveheart1776

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    8. Whiskey2BeerNback

      Hawaii sure ain’t the land of McGarrett & Dano anymore ( sigh )……

      • BlackMoe

        McGarrett & Dano were both antigun in their roles on 5-0.

    9. rellik

      I do not violate any Federal, state or local laws.
      I do not use medical Marijuana.
      Only really stupid people register
      their guns with the police which is required by law
      in Hawaii.
      Cops on my island really don’t want to fight that war.
      I worked for a bit with a local police chief
      after he had been removed for abuse of his office.
      He explained to me, tell any officer coming to your
      house wanting to see if you have your guns, that you
      got drunk, was gambling and lost them all and you
      don’t remember anything.
      Nobody will push it further than that.
      Moral of the story, don’t live on Oahu.
      Don’t register your guns even if you do.
      Don’t buy guns at gun stores in Hawaii, go
      to the mainland and buy them there.

      • Kevin2

        I don’t wish for you to give up secrets but somehow those firearms have to get to Hawaii.

        • rellik

          FED-EX, USPS, UPS, and Braddas.
          I ship them as precision tools.

          • rellik

            All in pieces and multiple boxes.

            • The Deplorable Braveheart

              Rellik, LOL! “Precision Tools”, good one! More like ‘precision LIBERTY tools’, eh?

            • Nailbanger

              Thats what a bud of mine who is very involved in the NRA etc and watches the bullshit our legislature is doing told me to do, he said legally they cant do anything about parts and pieces,,, only a complete firearm, maybe they would take the receivers, his suggestion was to disassemble and stash watever you want to keep, i had to sell all of mine because i havent worked in a while, sold em all to buyers on the mainland

              • Genius

                Well hell, I got some work for ya! Help me finish rehabing my plan C cabin! An old turn of the century cabin that is hidden well away next to a mine shaft. It is sooo cool it looks like something from a Led Zeppelin album cover. Room and board, all the whiskey you can drink, parts to send back, cash, hell you will probably want to stay lol. You can live in it and do odd jobs for people around there (big demand). I will set you up with everything you need. Not a tropical paradise but a big mountain paradise! Huge bull elk was bedding down there too. Gun friendly state and a lot of preppers. Git ‘er done!

                • Genius

                  Speaking of big ass elk, I was up at the cabin a while ago and was out cutting wood and I smelled dead animal big time. I kept smelling it (wind was blowing it to me) and I looked around. I went a little ways upwind and found a dead bull elk that had been scavaged to bits but had a huge ass rack on it! I took my chainsaw and cut the top of his head off and brought it back. This aint no average elk rack this set is BIG! I am going to strip it and carve it to shape and mount it above my door. The thing that pisses me off is I doubt it was a mountain lion kill. No lion would dare attack an elk this size. It had to be a wounded animal some fuckfaced hunter wounded and lost track. Hence I will put a plaque under it that says “If you can’t kill me, don’t shoot me”. Fuckin a-hole weekend hunters that can’t shoot past 100 yards taking pot shots at a majestic animal that is the king of those mountains and wounding it instead of a sure kill shot. That poor bull probably had suffered for god knows how long before dying. He was just below the pond so he needed a drink then finally gave up. THANKS you fuckin shitty assed no good, piece of crap hunters who need to pass a marksmanship course way before some stupid safety course! If I could I would gladly put those horns back on him if it would make that majestic bull live again. But it won’t so I will post a note to everyone to not be a POS and shoot only if you CAN kill. The rest deserve the same shit as they inflict, wounded till they finally die….

                  • Nailbanger

                    Theres all these assholes running around thinking they are long range hunters now too, most of them suck so lots of wounds, this from a friend who guides in Mt,

                  • Genius


                  • Genius

                    I don’t even hunt anymore. But I do target practice (have a 1 to 600 yd range). I have reloaded and practiced for YEARS to be good at that range. I accurize every rifle and shoot hundreds of rounds to get there. I learn wind and humidity and angles. Motherfuckin assholes shoot animals 9 times and can’t kill it? God damn that makes me mad! I want to do the same to them! I challenge these fuckers to a standoff. 600 yards you go first I go next. Kill me or I WILL KILL YOU!

                  • Genius

                    In fact, I would make the qualification (minimum) a 5 inch group at 300 yds. And an 8 inch group at 600 yds. for so called long range hunting. Thats being generous too. No matter the conditions you have to do it! That alone would disqualify 85% of the punks that think they are hunters. I could whip the shit out of those standards, they are very liberal. Can’t do it? DON’T HUNT!

                  • Concerned-Citizen!

                    That is some really messed up ass shit. Wrong to do to any animal but especially such an amazing animal as a big, male elk! What a waste. The shooter deserves to have his nuts removed with no meds and mounted on the side of a big old mountain for all to see and learn a lesson. The average person makes me want to puke anymore, PERIOD.

                  • gandhi

                    yep, make a note under the rack that says: Eat Me?

                • Nailbanger

                  I gotta say its real tempting, if i had a way to move to northern Idaho or thereabouts and could get my stuff moved i would do it, my biggest impediment is im flat broke! So cant even afford the plane fare let alone shipping my hardware,

      • Braveheart1776

        Rellik, I’ll be thinking of you and Nailbanger.

        • Nailbanger

          Wrong island! But soon to be here too, dont think either of us are dope smokers either so thats a positive

      • Nailbanger

        Pretty sure this is going to be the norm for any state that has “legal” medical marijuana, im not a doper so dont care, but its just another step to the left, they will find other reasons.

        • The Deplorable Braveheart

          Nailbanger, I also get the feeling they’ll fabricate other excuses. If they try it in my state, my response will be the same regardless of whatever BS excuse they come up with.

          • Nailbanger

            You can bet the next time theres a democrat in the WH they will try for complete bans, congress is a lost cause and they are losing control, the bureaucracy knows they are also losing credibility, thats the best thing about Trumpster, he is kicking the walls and chasing all the roaches into the light, slowly but surely. The down side is they will do whatever they can get away with to subjugate we the people, its not if but when,

        • Heartless

          Whereas I agree that the government has not the right to confiscate firearms; I further feel that people need to get their collective heads out of their behinds and realize that marijuana is indeed a psycho-active drug. The 2 things need to be kept separate. I’m simply saying that if you are going to carry, to shoot, to fight, to defend – you need as clear a head as possible. I’d no more go to the range with a pot-head who was indulging than I’d go with a alcoholic who was drunk. And I’d sure as hell not want to have someone in a SHTF situation watching my back who was “ah c’mon man, it’s cool, chill out dude, everything’s copasetic”. For those who believe in some mystical healing power of cannibis, fine. But stay the hell away from me and your guns until you’re straight. No different than if you’re on some pain med or any other pharmaceutical that alters your mind.

          • Nailbanger

            I agree wholeheartedly, dope smokers or users are impaired, period. i dont even drink and make a point of not doing anything with people who drink,drug or otherwise, clear mind all the time, thats my biggest problem is i am not impaired or numbed down so get to observe and process and i dont like any of what i see beyond a very small fraction of the good.

          • Nailbanger

            One thing interesting is that dope smokers tend to identify as progressive
            That says it all

    10. bb in GA

      Before someone loses a Constitutional Right, shouldn’t he or she at least have a show cause hearing or be convicted of a felony ?

      Well, no actually…We already have jurisdictions where you lose your 2A Rights (FOREVER !) upon a misdemeanor Domestic Violence conviction.

      No one should lose any Rights (except upon incarceration for less than 1 year)on a misdemeanor conviction, ever.

      This is just using the Feds to implement HI’s well known anti-2A agenda.

      I pray the SCOTUS eventually strikes down all this foolishness (both State and Fed) before there is unnecessary killing or lesser evils against the citizens of HI.


      • Genius

        How do you say “bloodbath” in hawaian?

        • Genius

          relik, I help ya out but I can’t shoot that far… 🙁

        • rellik

          Oh shit!

    11. Braveheart1776

      Genius, LOL. I’d have to travel farther than you would to go help Rellik and Nailbanger.

      • Genius

        BH, They are smart enough, they will just go steal a super-yacht and cruise here and stomp over the left coast pansies till they find me lol.

        • Nailbanger

          Na, if it comes down to it, will either die in a pile of brass, or bug out then die in a pile of brass, eiter way there will be hot brass and eau de cordite with me bleeding out

    12. ssgtnelsn

      To think, all those years we’ve been called crazy whenever we said, “Gun registries lead to gun confiscations.” Liberals laughed. Liberals mocked. And *gasp* it turns out to be true!

    13. Anonymous

      Right, like stoned people are gonna go around shooting up the place. Fact is, aside from needing a gun for self-protection, you also need a gun to protect yourself from people trying to steal your weed.

    14. James

      Well duh what did you expect? Bottom line it is still a federal criminal act on the books. By signing a card for pot you have freely admitted to a felony. No trial needed, straight to the slammer. The constitution has not been enforced for decades. The question is how long till enough is enough? Keyboard commandos talk the talk. Walking the talk has yet to be demonstrated. How stupid of anyone that freely admits to a felony and expect the feds to turn a blind eye. With big pharma and corporations owning the federal government it is beyond naive to think states passing laws will be allowed to dethrone criminal pharma industry. The criminal corporations make BILLIONS of dollars every quarter to allow a cure that can be grown in the back yard is not going to happen. Just facts that not will change with out criminal tyrants being removed with deadly force and a population with a spine to take ownership of their GOD given rights.

      • Genius

        Yup, and I don’t see that happening soon….

    15. Anonymous


      Then again, the Constitution did not protect Americans from Gold confiscation in 1933.
      Yes, they paid folks about 20 bucks for an ounce.

      Then something odd happened. After the gubmint had all the gold, the spot price shot up
      around 35 bucks an ounce.

      Think you’re really free? It’s all an illusion.
      Executive orders can be created for ANYTHING.
      They can confiscate your toilet paper if they so choose.
      National emergency- give us all your ass paper.

      • Nailbanger

        Yep, had this discussion the other day about freedom and property ownership, you work and work to pay a mortgage and then you work and work to pay property tax, as soon as you dont pay they take your property, so what exactly do you own? IMHO,,,,, NOTHING.

    16. Anonymous1

      “To conquer a nation you must first disarm the citizens. Nothing drives the people harder than the sudden fear of death.” — WWII Germany dictator, Adolf Hitler

    17. Come-On-People

      What complete, utter Bullshit!! Do NOT give up your guns folks – you have done nothing wrong!!!! This is how chicken shit the Gov’t really is.

    18. Brian

      I’m seriously worried about Susan Ballard. She is an appointed police chief in Honolulu. She is acting like she is Queen Susan, who should be addressed as “Your Majesty”. Perhaps a good mental health check-up to verify her mental stability. She reminds me of the Police Official(also appointed) in New Orleans during Katrina. He decided all guns should be confiscated on his authority.

      If someone operates a motor vehicle while high on marijuana, then arrest him. If he/she is a regular medical marijuana user and is not high on marijuana, then we don’t arrest him or confiscate his driver’s license when he drives.

      If you can show legitimate medical proof that marijuana use leaves someone with impaired mental capability, then we have a basis for talking about limiting the person’s access to a gun or to operate a motor vehicle. Otherwise, Queeen Susan should back off!!

      • gandhi

        cheech and chong already proved the whacky-weed is part of safe gun handlng and their Labrador did too.

    19. Stand and Fight

      Molan Labe

    20. ToS

      I read HRS 134-7.3 and found the following:

      “No person who is a fugitive from justice or is a person prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition UNDER FEDERAL LAW shall own, possess, or control any firearm or ammunition . . .”

      The only connection to gun confiscation I can see relates to marijuana – illegal under Fed law (legal under Hawaii law) which is the loophole.

      Another Hawaii note: I have a relative who lives in Hawaii and I visit annually. In the local paper they post arrest info and I had noticed many arrests, like domestic abuse, shoplifting, and DWI, included an additional charge related to “terrorism.” I found that very odd – until I realized once a person is charged with any type of terrorism, if they are subsequently arrested they do not have to be Mirandized or have any other rights. Heck, they could end up in Gitmo!

      Be safe out there . . .

    21. willy

      I sincerely hope NO ONE turns in their guns or replies! This will stop this order all by itself!!!
      This is an illegal order beyond the authority of the Chief.

    22. mike

      Unconstitutional but don’t forget Hawaii still has an Obama appointed Federal Judge.

    23. Randy Locher

      All for it!!!! You bunch of Dopers need to lose your right to vote also!

    24. Anonymous

      So, are these people who are getting these letters banding together? Will they mobilize when their reconnaissance or their Militia units’ reports by signal gives them intelligence of an attack against a comrade? Are their fellow keepers and bearers of arms banding with them and drilling, even as cadres of mass-commanded household squads, block platoons, street companies, city battalions, county regiments and state corps of Militia to secure their free states from government rebellion and from federal foreign occupation? The Deep State’s drums of war against their staged fellow foreign “enemies” can be for the purpose of uniting their victims as their loyal subjects to quell the people’s defense against government’s own attacks against the would-be free people.

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