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Originally posted by bekod
reply to post by RealAmericanPatriot
say good by to your freedom! Ever seen the UN vehicles on the rails cars? I have and what do you think they are in the US for, new paint jobs?.
is this the part of "below radar" obama speaks of? If it is then the UN will win and we just had our last free 4th. oh will post a link to this email paracom.paramountcommunication.com... let freedom ring.
former Ambassador John Bolton said recently that President Obama’s ATF agents watched silently as Mexican drug cartels smuggled hundreds of rifles across the border to:
". . . provide a foundation for their argument [on] why the United States will have to enter into, in short order, the United Nations-negotiated arms trade treaty."
just some more ammo for the UN. making H.R.C. SecOS, and obama look good.
While his top agents were busy sitting on their hands and videotaping the sale of large quantities of weapons to Mexican drug dealers in U.S. border States that were then taken illegally into Mexico, President Barack Obama was speechifying that America needed to toughen its gun laws to prevent illegal arms from going to Mexico. And it’s growing more likely that Obama’s Attorney General, the racist and virally anti-gun Eric Holder, probably knew about the practice — and, at the very least, should have known.
there is a thread on ammo, this is the beginning just wait, till it is to late, then it will be flint locks and one shot wonders they will be after.
Obama and his anti-gun allies have their sights set on:
BANNING the private sales of ALL firearms between American citizens;
Ban certain types of hunting and self-defense ammunition that meet arbitrary conditions;
BAN standard magazines that hold more than 10 rounds;
AND; they might even shoot for one of their biggest goals: to ban semi-automatic rifles and all handguns.
Originally posted by my3911
Support the NRA and other groups that maintain your second amendment rights!
no wonder obama stormed out of a meeting today er
National Rifle Association's Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre addressed the United Nations this afternoon. He told the U.N. to not interfere with the Second Amendment freedoms of Americans and pledged to continue the fight to preserve civilian ownership of firearms in the U.S.
that should have them thinking, but then this is the UN and how many were there? how many listened? how many really heard a word he said? this i would like to know
He said the NRA will oppose any U.N. provision that seeks to prohibit or regulate U.S. civilian firearm ownership. LaPierre said in his remarks, "The cornerstone of our freedom is the Second Amendment. Neither the United Nations, nor any other foreign influence, has the authority to meddle with the freedoms guaranteed by our Bill of Rights, endowed by our Creator, and due to all humankind."
the meeting did take place but no NGO report statement or any NGO listing??? this is odd, i found it it is here
11 - 15 July 2011 .....................PrepCom (New York) .
Originally posted by 2012srb
Just noticed this thread.....
Dear U N,
As far as I know you have no jurisdiction over the US Constitution.
So why don't you come and get my guns. We'll be waiting for you.
there is a video, but it is in the link.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
National Rifle Association's Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre addressed the United Nations this afternoon. He told the U.N. to not interfere with the Second Amendment freedoms of Americans and pledged to continue the fight to preserve civilian ownership of firearms in the U.S. "The cornerstone of our freedom is the Second Amendment. Neither the United Nations, nor any other foreign influence, has the authority to meddle with the freedoms guaranteed by our Bill of Rights, endowed by our Creator, and due to all humankind."
all i can say is UN need to thank the 2nd for with out it you would not exist.
With an eye cast in the direction of the U.S.—in particular, toward the U.S. Senate which must ratify the treaty—the most recent Draft Paper for the Arms Trade Treaty recognizes in its preamble “the sovereign right of States to determine any regulation of internal transfers of arms and national ownership exclusively within their territory, including through national constitutional protections on private ownership.”