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More On HOW The UN Gun Treaty CAN and WILL Be Enforced If We Don’t UN-SIGN IT.

September 26, 2013 3 comments

UNGunwithknot(This is posted in front of the UN Headquarters. How can ANYONE question their objectives?)

Here’s information CONFIRMING what I’ve been yelling from the rooftops about the UN Gun Grab.  They CAN enforce it, and they WILL enforce it, whether we like it or not.  It will NOT NEED SENATE RATIFICATION.

The ONLY way we’re going to get rid of this trash it if a future President, who will actually abide by the Oath they took, UN-SIGNS it.    And everyone had best keep a close eye on the Clintons as they relentlessly attempt to relinquish our Veto Rights at the UN.   With 152 member Nations AGAINST our Second Amendment, you had better believe they intend to disarm Americans.  The Clintons sold us out a LONG TIME AGO in order to secure their UN Thrones.

I suggest all the so-called “Gun RIghts Activists” stop their nay-saying about this and do some homework of their own some time.  I’m not going to listen to “This will never happen here! It has to be ratified by the Senate” BULLSHIT.     To those so-called “gun rights activists” I know who’ve been telling me I’m wrong on this, you are not my Friends anymore unless you apologize to me, correct yourselves and start calling this what it is.  Many of you have a MUCH larger audience than I and you should be helping with this instead of nay-saying it.  You know who you are.  Apologize or STAY  AWAY FROM ME.

I’ve done plenty of analysis on this issue.  I’ve read the IDDRS, which is one of the most frightening documents I’ve ever laid eyes on.   I’ve read the 1968 Gun Ban, and I’m very well versed on how treaties are ratified and how they can be enforced without ratification.   THIS WILL HAPPEN.

I know HOW they’re going to do it.   EXACTLY HOW.  The tracks were laid by them a LONG time ago and they’ve got a very detailed plan that leaves this Analytical Strategist in awe.  For now, they’re just trying to do it the “easy” way.  WHEN they decide it must happen and the time is ripe, Americans are in for one HELL of a fight, and one HELL of a nightmare.   They WILL kill those of us who show signs of non-compliance.  I suggest people wake up and start calling this what it is.

At the UN Headquarters: "Disarm OR Perish"!

At the UN Headquarters: Notice it says “Disarm OR Perish”! Not disarm and perish!

Here are some of my previous comments on this issue

Here’s more information:

UN Arms Treaty will be menace to US for years to come

By Theodore Bromund

Published September 25, 2013

Secretary of State John Kerry’s signature of the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty Wednesday was a serious error, one that will have far-reaching consequences for American foreign policy and American sovereignty. Those consequences will be even worse because the Senate, which has signaled many times that it is opposed to the treaty, will likely have no real opportunity to reject it.

It’s commonly said that the Senate has to provide its advice and consent to any treaty – commonly known as ratifying it – before it can take effect. That’s true, but there’s a loophole. Once the U.S. signs a treaty, we hold ourselves bound not to violate the treaty’s “object and purpose.”

In other words, we obey in practice treaties that the Senate has never ratified.

This rule is an old one, and it used to make some sense. It would be dishonorable to sign a treaty with another country, do all the things prohibited by the treaty, and then ratify it. But that was a different era.

Since the U.N. has already defined gun control as a human right, they will not have to work very hard to make it part of the treaty.

Today, treaties are not just about international conduct. They seek to regulate how we raise our children, how we treat the disabled, and how we manage our firearms market.

As a result, the old requirement not to violate the “object and purpose” of a signed treaty has become a way to evade the need for Senate ratification. And in the case of the Arms Trade Treaty, the problem is even worse. The administration will argue that it already has all the powers it needs to enforce the treaty.

In the Gun Control Act of 1968 and the Arms Export Control Act, Congress gave the Executive Branch the power to control both the import and export of firearms – indeed, of weapons of all kinds. This power is virtually unfettered. All the president has to do is to assert that a particular firearm is not suitable for “sporting” purposes and, under the 1968 Act, he can ban its import.

We have recently seen an example of this with the executive actions banning the import of Korean War vintage M1 Garand rifles, which the White House justified as a gun control measure. And since many U.S. gun manufacturers rely on imported parts and components, or financing and insurance from abroad, the Treaty also gives other countries new opportunities to affect the U.S. firearms market.

But it is the Treaty’s vague norms that pose the biggest long-term problem. At the heart of the Treaty are terms like “international humanitarian law” and “international human rights law.” By committing itself to uphold these terms, the U.S. is binding itself to meet requirements that it does not define. That will affect not only our domestic firearms market but our foreign policy.

Over the coming years, the treaty’s proponents will seek to expand what those vague terms include. Since the U.N. has already defined gun control as a human right, they will not have to work very hard to make it part of the treaty. By signing the Treaty, the U.S. has tied itself to a conveyor belt: it is no longer in control of where it is going.

Opponents of the treaty are not powerless. Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), and other colleagues, along with Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Penn.) in the House, have made it clear that Congress is deeply skeptical about the treaty.

They can continue to voice their opposition, including by calling for hearings. In the end, a U.S. president can ‘unsign’ the treaty.

All of those actions are wise responses to a serious error by the Obama administration, one that will be a menace for years to come.

Ted R. Bromund, Ph.D. is a Senior Research Fellow in Anglo-American Relations at the Heritage Foundation

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obama Regime To Sign UN Gun Grab… Here we go AGAIN.

September 24, 2013 2 comments

The punishment for treason is death

Here we go again…. this relentless threat goes on and on and on.

Apparently, john kerry intends to sign the UN gun grab tomorrow.  Yawn.  Where have we heard THIS before?

And before you whine “That can’t happen here! Treaties have to be ratified!”  Not any more.  Here’s just one of many ways in which they will try shoving this trash down our throats.  It’s called “CUSTOMARY LAW“. Read up and stop all your denial.  ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE IDDRS.

Hey kerry, et al…… Tell you what, you damned beasts….. If and WHEN you sign this crap, YOU and your entire cabal of fascist pigs will be responsible for starting the bloodiest, most violent war this world has ever seen.  YOUR blood will be flowing like rivers across our soil.

This shadow boxing is a bore.  Stop all the threats and GIVE IT YOUR BEST DAMNED SHOT.  We are waiting for you.

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.Vanderboegh warns of civil war if UN small arms treaty enforced

July 12, 2012 3 comments

The continually developing story of the two U.N. treaties that [obama and hitlery]  intends to sign continues to provoke controversy around the country today. The two treaties, the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) and the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) or “small arms treaty,” have created a firestorm of protest among citizens who see both as a threat to American freedom and U.S. sovereignty.

Today the controversy continues as one nationally known blogger and investigative reporter stated that if the small arms treaty is signed by Obama and approved by the Senate, the first time that the government attempts to enforce it will lead directly to civil war.

Among gun rights and liberty enthusiasts, Mike Vanderboegh of Sipsey Street Irregulars became a household name along with National Gun Rights Examiner David Codrea when the two broke the story of the gargantuan Fast and Furious scandal in December of 2010.

The scandal has so engulfed the Obama administration that Attorney General Eric Holder was found in to be in contempt of Congress for his refusal to turn over to Congress key documents that are needed to complete the ongoing investigation. Holder is the first attorney general in U.S. history to be held in contempt.

Vanderboegh commented today on the controversial U.N. small arms treaty, stating that he has concluded that he will not worry about the issue. However, he issued the following warning:

This is one of a hundred things I refuse to worry about. Let ‘em pass it and sign the damn thing. The first time they use it for an excuse to further circumscribe our rights here, somebody will likely get shot, and so on, and so on, until the civil war they start is won by the Three Percent.

CONTINUE READING EXAMINER ANTHONY MARTIN’S ARTICLE HERE: http://www.examiner.com/article/vanderboegh-warns-of-civil-war-if-un-small-arms-treaty-enforced?CID=examiner_alerts_article

And before you say “That can’t happen here! Treaties must be ratified by the senate!”  You’re wrong.  Here’s how those beasts are going to accomplish their diabolical schemes:
http://twg2a.wordpress.com/2012/03/14/dont-count-on-the-constitution-of-the-united-states-of-america-to-stop-the-un-gun-grabbing-scheme/

THE THREE PERCENT (III%)

* During the Revolutionary War, only THREE percent of the people actually fought against Great Britain.

* Only TEN percent of the citizens actively supported that three percent.

* Approximately TWENTY percent considered themselves to be on the side of the Revolution, but they did not actively participate.

* Toward the climactic end of the war, approximately THIRTY percent actually fought on the side of the British.

* The rest of the citizens had no disposition either way. They didn’t care. They didn’t want anything to do with what they deemed to simply be a political issue.

The sanctity, liberty, and freedoms of this nation were brought about by the unselfish, honorable, patriotic, committed, and determined acts of a mere 3%.

This three percent didn’t let the comforts of life blind them to the eternal significance of freedom. They didn’t allow evil speaking to sway what their heart told them was true. They didn’t postpone their actions for a more convenient time. They didn’t value their own life over the life and liberty of their fellow citizens.

In many cases, they sealed their testimony of Freedom, Liberty, and Choice with their blood and the blood of their families. Although it was only three percent, it was still sufficient to create a nation which was to be an example to all the rest of the world of a truly free republic. This three percent laid the foundation of the most powerful and prosperous nation on the earth. This valiant three percent manifested to the entire nation, and surely even the world, the unalienable value of hope, faith, family, virtue and freedom.

Here’s some current figures, courtesy Dave Posh. Thank You, Dave.

Interesting information. Using these percentages, along with today’s USA population number from the 2010 census (308,745,538), we can calculate how many people would be needed today to defend Freedom, Liberty, and our Constitution from our oppressors.

We would need 9,262,366 (3%) people to fight for our Constitution.
We would need 30,874,554 (10%) people to actively support the Constitution.
We would need 61,749,108 (20%) people to be on the side of the Constitution.
There would be 92,623,661 (30%) people that would be on the side of our oppressors.
And, the 114,235,849 (37%) remaining would be apathetic.

DAMNED STRAIGHT.  Do the math.

I’m not the only American citizen who will fight this crap until there is no oxygen left in my lungs. 

 

Congress”men” Urge The UN To Trample The United States Constitution

July 2, 2012 1 comment

TWG Note: The hitlery/obamao klan have already committed to their pals at the UN that they will participate in this gun grabbing scheme.  Don’t forget that hitlery relinquished our veto rights on this issue in order to “negotiate” by consensus.  With the UN occupied by dictatorial tyrants, fascists and islamic terrorists, is there any doubt in your mind that this is a very real threat?  Myself, I’m fed up with hearing so-called “gun rights advocates” vehemently deny this is a real threat.   Before you say “This cannot happen here! We have our Constitution to protect our gun rights!”  BULL-ONEY, take a look at THIS and rethink your position on the matter.  They ARE usurping our Constitution and Bill Of Rights.  It’s a fact that they cannot reach their goals unless the American people are disarmed.  They’re closer now than they’ve ever been to the ultimate coup. They’re not going to stop now.  

The SAF (Second Amendment Foundation) has been more involved in fighting this mess than ANY other gun rights group in America.  Up until recently, even the NRA dismissed the idea, claiming it couldn’t happen here.  Read more about SAF’s efforts with regard to the UN Small Arms Treaty HERE  and please consider making a donation to their oranization to help them as they fight against this effort to usurp our Second Amendment and the many other Second Amendment issues with which the SAF is involved.  http://www.saf.org

 

Read about S 2205 Second Amendment Sovereignty Act to learn about legislative action regarding this issue

Read JPFO “Why Most Of The World Hates Our Second Amendment”

 

 

Congressmen urge the UN to trample the US Constitution

Published: 10:36 AM 07/02/2012

Today begins the most important 26-day period for our Second Amendment freedoms in recent history.

That’s because today, representatives from many of the world’s socialist, tyrannical and dictatorial regimes will gather at United Nations headquarters in New York for a month-long meeting, in which they’ll put the finishing touches on an international Arms Trade Treaty that could seriously restrict your freedom to own, purchase and carry a firearm.

Specifically, the U.N. wants to implement international gun registration requirements, bans on commonly owned firearms, tracking and registration of ammunition purchases, and create a new U.N. gun control bureaucracy.

You might think that something so obviously menacing to one of our enumerated fundamental rights would receive a strong rebuke from our top government leaders. But you’d be wrong. This is President Barack Obama’s vision for America, and we’re expected to just go along with it.

In fact, a group of anti-gun members of the U.S. House of Representatives, led by U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.), went so far as to circulate a letter last week to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, in which they “strongly urge the United States to take a leadership role in pushing for a strong, verifiable Arms Trade Treaty.”

These House members insist that the treaty include “controls on a comprehensive list of weaponry, including small arms and light weapons,” as well as controls on ammunition. For good measure, they wrap their unconstitutional demands in the mantle of advancing “human rights” and preventing international violence.

 

Since when did it become fashionable for sitting members of Congress and POTUS, and POTUS Cabinet members to lobby international thugs, tyrants and dictators against our own U.S. Constitution?

 
 

S. 2205 The “Second Amendment Sovereignty Act” Protection From UN Gun Grabbing Schemes

May 18, 2012 2 comments

By now, every gun owner concerned about the future of our right to keep and bear arms is aware that the international gun eradication movement has been working for more than a decade to achieve a U.N. Arms Trade Treaty that would cover not only tanks, helicopters, and other heavy weapons, but also rifles, shotguns and handguns.

As called for by a resolution adopted by the U.N. General Assembly in 2009, a conference will be held in July 2012, in New York City, to draft the treaty’s language. On a parallel track, the ridiculously named Preparatory Committee for the United Nations Conference to Review Progress Made in the Implementation of the Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects–held its most recent Preparatory Conference in New York earlier this year.

NRA has tracked the Programme and the Arms Trade Treaty process since their inceptions, with NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action even acquiring “non-governmental organization” status to give it greater ability to monitor the progress and direction of these insidious efforts.

In March of this year, U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kans.) introduced legislation to prevent any arms treaty from infringing the right to keep and bear arms in the United States.  The “Second Amendment Sovereignty Act,” S. 2205, would prohibit the administration from using “the voice, vote, and influence of the United States, in connection with negotiations for a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty, to restrict in any way the rights of United States citizens under the second amendment to the Constitution of the United States, or to otherwise regulate domestic manufacture, assembly, possession, use, transfer, or purchase of firearms, ammunition, or related items, including  small arms, light weapons, or related materials.”

Last year, Sen. Moran and 57 other senators signed a letter to President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reminding them that the Senate has final say on treaties, and stating their unequivocal opposition to any treaty that would affect civilian ownership of firearms, challenge the authority of Congress to regulate firearms within the United States, or call for an international gun registry.

This week, Sen. Moran spoke to his colleagues in the Senate about S. 2205, saying:

“More than two centuries ago, our founding fathers wisely amended the United States Constitution to guarantee a Bill of Rights for its citizens. Since then, our democracy has stood strong as Americans have enjoyed liberties unparalleled in the world – including the fundamental right to keep and bear arms.”

“Today, our freedoms and our country’s sovereignty are in danger of being undermined by the United Nations. To ensure our liberties remain for our generation and future generations, I am offering legislation to protect the rights of American gun owners from the effects of a U.N. arms treaty.”

“Given where the process stands today, I am gravely concerned this treaty will infringe upon the Second Amendment rights of American gun owners. I am also concerned it will be used by other countries who do not share our freedoms, to wrongly place the burden of controlling international crime and terrorism on law-abiding American citizens.”

“Mr. President, I urge my colleagues in the Senate to adopt this commonsense legislation. On July 22 of last year, fifty-seven U.S. Senators joined me in reminding the Obama Administration that our firearm freedoms are not negotiable. We notified President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton of our intent to oppose ratification of a treaty that in any way restricts Americans’ Second Amendment rights. Our opposition is strong enough to block the treaty from passage, as treaties submitted to the U.S. Senate require two-thirds approval to be ratified.”

“As the treaty process continues, the Second Amendment Sovereignty Act seeks to further reinforce to the Administration that our country’s sovereignty and firearm freedoms must not be infringed upon by an international organization made up of many countries with little respect for gun rights. America leads the world in export standards to ensure arms are transferred for legitimate purposes and my bill will make certain that law-abiding Americans are not wrongfully punished.”

“In the days ahead, I will continue to work with my colleagues to ensure an Arms Trade Treaty that undermines the Constitutional rights of American gun owners is dead on arrival in the Senate.”

To listen to the full speech, please click here.

The purpose of the Programme’s most recent PrepCom was to lay the groundwork for a “Review Conference” scheduled to begin in August, by which time we should know what will have come out of the treaty drafting conference to be held in July.  In the meantime, please contact your U.S. Senators and urge them to sponsor and support Sen. Moran’s bill.

You can find contact information for your U.S. Senators by using the “Write Your Representatives” tool at www.NRAILA.org.  You may also contact your Senators by phone at (202) 224-3121.

Restriction on Funding U.N. Gun Ban Treaty

In a related and very significant development this week, U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg’s (R-Mont.) amendment to restrict the use of federal funds for advocating or lobbying for a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty passed the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations by a bi-partisan vote of 30 to 20.  This important amendment mandates that no taxpayer funds may be used to negotiate a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty that would restrict the Second Amendment rights of any United States citizen or regulate firearms or ammunition.

“Taxpayer funds should not be used to lobby against our constitutional rights.  Law-abiding Americans have the right to keep and bear arms.  The scope of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty could drastically undermine this constitutional right.  The NRA firmly believes that the U.N. should never be allowed to be the arbiter of American freedom,” said NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox.  “The NRA would like to thank Congressman Rehberg for his leadership and for offering this vital amendment in support of the Second Amendment.”

 

Source: NRAILA

Rehberg Amendment Blocks United Nations Anti-Gun Treaty


[TWG Note: Does the Rehberg Amendment BLOCK the treaty, or does it block FUNDING for it?  hmmm]

05/17/12

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Montana’s Congressman, Denny Rehberg, today successfully added an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2013 State and Foreign Operations Appropriations bill to block funding to advocate for or agree to any provision of a United Nations (UN) small arms treaty that would restrict the Second Amendment rights of American citizens or further regulate U.S. firearms users or manufacturers.  The amendment was adopted in committee by a vote of 30-20.

“The Bill of Rights are simply not subject to the authority of the United Nations or any other international body,” said Rehberg, a member of the Second Amendment Task Force with an A+ Rating from the National Rifle Association.  “President Obama and his Senate allies have waged a proxy war on gun rights, appointing anti-gun Supreme Court justices and deferring to international laws.  But the Second Amendment is crystal clear, and I’m going to do everything I can to protect law abiding gun owners from President Obama’s dangerous agenda.”

The UN is currently planning on entering into negotiations over an international Arms Trade Treaty that would provide a standard for regulating arms sales internationally.  For advocates of the Second Amendment, this poses a number of problems from actual gun rights to a question of sovereignty.

While the previous administration was reliably opposed to entering into talks on a UN Arms Trade Treaty, the anti-gun Obama Administration reversed that position and on October 30, 2009, the US voted in the General Assembly to support UN-sponsored talks on a treaty to regulate the $55 billion-a-year trade in conventional weapons.

While a treaty would require Senate ratification, the Senate has lately been eager to rubber stamp President Obama’s treaty agenda, including most notably, New START which requires unilateral US nuclear disarmament.

“Taxpayer funds should not be used to lobby against our constitutional rights.  Law-abiding Americans have the right to keep and bear arms.  The scope of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty could drastically undermine this constitutional right.  The NRA firmly believes that the U.N. should never be allowed to be the arbiter of American freedom,” said Chris W. Cox, executive director for NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action.  “The NRA would like to thank Congressman Rehberg for his leadership and for offering this vital amendment in support of the Second Amendment.”

Source: http://rehberg.house.gov/index.cfm?sectionid=26&parentid=5&sectiontree=5,26&itemid=1922

Rehberg Amendment to Restrict Funds Used for a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty Passes in U.S. House Committee on Appropriations


Source: NRAILA

 

Fairfax, Va. – Congressman Denny Rehberg’s (Mont.) amendment to restrict the use of federal funds for advocating or lobbying for a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty has passed the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations by a bi-partisan vote of 30 to 20.  The amendment mandates that no taxpayer funds may be used to negotiate a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty that would restrict the Second Amendment rights of any United States citizen or regulate firearms or ammunition.

“Taxpayer funds should not be used to lobby against our constitutional rights.  Law-abiding Americans have the right to keep and bear arms.  The scope of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty could drastically undermine this constitutional right.  The NRA firmly believes that the U.N. should never be allowed to be the arbiter of American freedom,” said Chris W. Cox, executive director for NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action.  “The NRA would like to thank Congressman Rehberg for his leadership and for offering this vital amendment in support of the Second Amendment.”

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