BARR: The U.N. comes after America’s guns



The Washington Times posted today that the U.N., once again, wants to take over something else..America’s guns.  As if the entire gun ban situation wasn’t enough already, now they want to destroy the entire Second Ammendment! Do you feel comfortable with this?  I sure don’t.

Here’s what they said:

The true scope of the anti-firearm crusade of the United Nations, which began more than a dozen years ago, finally is coming into clear focus, as the White House readies to sign the Arms Trade Treaty adopted with U.S. support this past April by the U.N. General Assembly. The reach of this long-term, carefully crafted agenda is truly breathtaking, going far beyond the publicly articulated goals of even the most radical of homegrown gun-control groups.

Since the first major U.N. meeting in July 2001, officially launching the so-called “Program of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects,” this bureaucratic behemoth on the banks of the East River in New York City has been attempting to stretch its tentacles into the domestic regulation of firearms. If the administration of President Obama signs the Arms Trade Treaty, the U.N. will have taken a major step toward its ultimate goal — regardless of whether the treaty is ever submitted to the Senate for ratification.

According to experts familiar with this process, the mere act of signing the treaty — a responsibility that would fall to Secretary of State John Kerry — would “obligate” the U.S. government as a signatory not to act “contrary to” its terms. Those “terms” are, to quote Ross Perot, the “devil in the detail” — found not only within the four corners of the document itself, but in companion, foundational documents on which it is based.  -Washington Times

And then, if you jump ahead a few paragraphs, it says:

One need read no further than the introduction to this missive to understand its goal. The operative focus is strict regulation of civilian possession of firearms by the “central” or national government. This is necessary because “some civilians misuse small arms” by using them illegally or “improperly stor[ing]” them. The document bases this notion of government control of firearms and ammunition on “international law” — an inaccurate interpretation of such body of laws, but one that fits conveniently the U.N.’s agenda.

What is going to happen this year?  We still have several months left.  Things seem to have been going absolutely crazy since 2012, and then 2013 is even worse!  Do our thoughts as American citizens even matter anymore?  Do we no longer have rights to speak out?  Or, better, if we speak out, will we even be heard? I think we all know the answer to those questions.

People, they are definitely up to something. If you can’t see that by now, I don’t know what will do it for you.  We are in deep, deep trouble if we don’t do something…soon!  Please check out the rest of the article HERE.

H/T BeforeItsNews

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