January 22, 2010

Pres. Obama and Hillary Clinton Attempt to Flank 2nd Amendment




Spring, 2009
The Acronym Institute: "Will President Obama Meet the Challenge to Control Conventional Arms"

Oct. 15, 2009
ConflictVoice.org: "Watch our picture exhibition about the principles a global Arms Treaty must have"

Nov. 9, 2009
UNDispatch.com: "NRA Push Polling on UN Arms Trade Treaty"

Jan. 11, 2010
ResistNet.com: "Hillary and UN Moving Forward on Arms Trade Treaty"

Jan. 13, 2010
JBS.org: "U.S. Gun Ban as Supported by Hillary Clinton"

Jan. 21, 2010
ESPN Outdoors: "Ban by Baby Steps"

This is not just about guns. This is about George Soros trying to transform the world into a global Marxist utopia. If this treaty passes it will be the first step in the complete and total dismantling of the United States of America.

Your decision is simple: do you support the creation of a global dictatorship based on Marxist ideas of a socialist paradise?

I, for one, do not. If this treaty is signed by a representative of the United States Federal government there will be a revolution. Remember, the revolution of 1776 was sparked not by taxes, but by the attempt of General Gage to confiscate the personal firearms of Boston residents, the militia arsenal at Concord, and the field guns at Lexington.

President Obama and Hillary Clinton are preparing to give away your country. Are you really going to let them get away with it?

Many people will tell you that this treaty will only affect "military weapons". Well, it so happens that according to recent market studies available in any of a dozen magazines dedicated to the firearms market, the most popular hunting rifle in America right now is just about any brand of AR-15 clone. And the most popular pistol for home defense? The tried and true Colt 1911 (or a clone thereof).

It is very interesting to me that although the Colt 1911 is far and away the most popular handgun for home defense, it seldom appears in reports of home invasions thwarted by armed homeowners. In other words, the people in America who own, collect, use, and depend on these weapons are not the people shooting up our streets.

If this treaty stood any chance at all of helping to quiet the numerous civil wars ranging in Asia, South America, and Africa, then I would say we should support it. The problem is, those terrorists, revolutionaries, rebels, and thugs who are doing the most violence do not obtain their weapons on the open market. Instead, they buy stolen military caches, or steal military caches on their own. You could formulate a million treaties and it would not make one bit of difference to the black market trade in AK-47s, RPGs, and hand grenades. If anything it will actually make the lives of these criminals easier because if a civillian stumbles into their deal-making they can be 100% certain the civillian will be unarmed and unable to defend themselves.

Mexico has gun laws that are infinitely more restrictive than American gun laws. There is no legal right to self-defense in Mexico, which is one of the reasons drug gangs find it so easy to arm themselves and intimidate the non-gang population, including police and soldiers! Many of the weapons these gangs use are bought on the black market from Mexican officials looking to make a quick fortune so they can retire to Florida or Texas. Mexican gangs do not buy their weapons at American gun shows! They cannot, because most of the tables with the weapons they want are controlled by licensed dealers who are legally prohibited from selling to out of state buyers, and yes, that includes international buyers. Granted, a few "straw purchases" are made by Americans who then sell the guns to Mexican gangs. There are already laws on the books that would allow these people to be prosecuted. We certainly do not need a treaty to help law enforcement locate and arrest these people! Especially not a treaty that would make it virtually impossible for you to give your son or daughter a firearm as a birthday present, or leave your collection of firearms to them in your will.

You have an unalienable right to self-defense. Countries like Saudi Arabia, China, Myanmar, and even our "allies" like France, Britain, and Australia, are not willing to recognize that right. They would rather see you be a victim of a home invasion, a rapist, or a crazed drug addict, then see you shoot down in self-defense one of these "misguided souls". They are willing to, no, they crave beyond any sense or reason the freedom to sacrifice you and your family on the delusional hope that the poor, misguided miscreant that attacks you can be reformed and made into a copy of themselves. Or, if not a copy, at least a really good house servant.


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