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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Obama Admin Signs Global Gun Control, Senate To Block (Video & Embed)

By Susan Duclos

 The Obama administration, via Secrety of State John Kerry just signed on to the UN treaty on arms regulations, despite the U.S. Senate, who is responsible for ratifying any treaties, having voted against it earlier in the year, due to the restrictive nature and the overwhelmingly threat to Americans constitutional Second Amendment right to bear arms as well as the language which brings the U.S. closer to establishing a gun registry.

 The text of the treaty will be embedded below the article and video.

 Via The Daily Caller, the specific areas of concern by the U.S. Congress, Republicans and Democrats alike:

Many lawmakers in the House have also expressed concern over the agreement. 130 representatives sent a letter to President Obama in May, urging him not to sign a treaty they worry could be “used to justify the imposition of further [gun] controls within the United States.”
Article 5 of the treaty requires that each signatory country “establish and maintain a national control system, including a national control list,” raising the specter of a federal gun registry that could track the purchase and use of all firearms and their components.

The text also “encourages” nations to “apply the provisions of this Treaty to the broadest range of conventional arms,” causing gun rights advocates to fear that regulators will seek to limit not just assault weapon ownership, but handguns and hunting rifles as well.

Bear in mind it takes two-thirds of the Senate to ratify a treaty and the previous vote against this treaty received 53 out of 100 senate votes, leaving Barack Obama without even a majority and far less than he would need for this treaty to legally be implemented.

It is time to call your Senators and be very clear with them about opposition to any UN mandates that threaten Americans' constitutional rights. 

The next video is a reminder of the 46 Senators that voted to violate Americans'  constitional Second Amendment right to bear arms.


Cross posted at Before It's News