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United States Individualism "Takes the World Hostage"
A closer look at the International Gun Control Agreement

by A Concerned American

July 22, 2001

The UN World Disarmament meeting concluded yesterday in New York City. To an American bystander, the UN's usual ploys of coercion and intimidation have never been more apparent. In the first official report of the event, we find several pieces of information worth noting. For example, in explaining the general theme of the global gathering, we hear the following:

"Many said that there was no way to imagine the sadness African delegations felt at having to set aside their noble and important concerns in order to reach consensus.  Others expressed dismay that the view of the overwhelming majority, on issues related to the control of arms used by citizens and the transfer of such weapons to non-State actors, had been held hostage by the 'singular interest' of one delegation."

Singular interest, to these people, is being mocked and scorned -- ridiculed. "One nation, under God indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all," to global communists, is abhorrent. We Americans are supposed to "go with the crowd," even when to do so violates one of our fundamental rights delineated at the cost of untold amounts of blood and sacrifice. If we don't cave in and agree to disarm the citizens of our nation, we're "hostage takers." And these communist warthogs are pressing our nation's leaders and decision makers to subvert the very document they've sworn oaths to protect and defend -- because that is how they operate.

(Send some UN troops into American neighborhoods to collect guns and there won't be too many hostages.)

When the UN's replay of the events gets into what the member States, including the United States, allegedly agreed to, we find cause for concern:

"In preventing, combating and eradicating the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects, States undertook, at the national level, to:..."

"put in place adequate laws, regulations and administrative procedures to exercise effective control over the production of small arms and light weapons within their areas of jurisdiction, and over the export, import, transit or retransfer of such weapons, in order to prevent illegal manufacture of and illicit trafficking in these weapons, or their diversion to unauthorized recipients;"

There is the "closing" of your so-called "gun show loophole." Then it will be the "private transfer loophole." In fact that's probably what the anti-constitution traitors in America will call it.  These foreign and domestic enemies want the government to know exactly who has what, where, when, how many -- to ultimately confiscate them.  And they've made that quite clear -- well over 150 countries agree, against your rights.

Most of the world doesn't like the fact that your gun cabinet is filled with guns the government can't currently track. The UN report also quotes some "Million" Mom March traitor as saying "The majority of American citizens favoured better regulation of guns, including closing the gun-show loophole that allow criminals and minors to get weapons." How this lying wretch polled the entire Nation is dubious; that she'd get such a conclusion if she did is ludicrous.

Then there is one we'd all better hope the United States did not and will not sign off on:

"put in place and implement adequate laws, regulations and administrative procedures to ensure the effective control over the export and transit of small arms and light weapons, including the use of authenticated end-user certificates;"

"End user certificates" may fly in Chicago -- called the Firearm Owner Identification Card -- but they won't fly in quite a few states, especially in the south and the west. The only question that must be pressed to all levels of federal government bureaucrats is this:

Did the United States agree to a national "end user certificate" program in hopes they can sell it to We The Armed People?

If not, the UN needs to pull their head out and realize that their saying so it a gross oversight of extraordinary proportions.

If so, that's gun owner registration and licensing -- and it's only a matter of time before

Opening Day of Traitor Season.