September 18, 2019

Sec. Kerry Will Sign UN Arms Treaty Today

gunandscalesofjusticeBefore there is complete panic in the streets from the Second Amendment advocates, please realize that Secretary of State John Kerry’s signature on an arms treaty with the UN is not “the supreme law of the land.” All treaties MUST be ratified by the United States Senate and signed by the president.

Having said that, there is trouble on the horizon. It was back last April, shortly after the announcement that the United States would sign on to the newest version of a UN arms treaty, that I wrote:

Whether it’s the Obama Administration or the next or next, they will succeed in getting guns away from the American population. Historical odds are stacked heavily in favor of that happening. I will repeat myself one more time and say that the millions and millions of guns owned by a few million U.S. citizens is the only and last deterrent keeping us away from total despotic and tyrannical rule.

Historically I have heard the naysayers stating that we will never lose our right to keep and bear arms and yet the same naysayers have not followed the history about guns and rights. They fail to see or admit that those rights are slowly but surely being eaten away at and in time will disappear.

The UN Arms Trade Treaty defines what kind of weaponry will be included that will be tightly “controlled” by the United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs (UNODA). Beginning on Page 4 of the treaty, Article 2, “Scope”, Section 1, the last item on the list is, “Small Arms and Light Weapons.”

So, yes, this treaty will involve the regulation by the UNODA of the buying and selling of the guns and ammunition many Americans enjoy and possess. Of course the United Nations and the totalitarian leaders of our government are making every effort to exploit events like Syria and Kenya to lie to people and tell them that if such a treaty was in effect, these events wouldn’t happen. No, seriously, they are.

Many that are in opposition to this treaty say that if the U.S. ratifies this treaty, we would be required to devise some kind of tracking system of all our weapons, including private ownership. On Page 5 of the Treaty, Article 3, “Ammunition/Munitions” it reads:

Each State Party shall establish and maintain a national control system to regulate the export of ammunition/munitions fired, launched or delivered by the conventional arms covered under Article 2 (1), and shall apply the provisions of Article 6 and Article 7 prior to authorizing the export of such ammunition/munitions.

How do you suppose the United States of America would devise a “national control system?” I can only imagine and I’ll leave that up to you.

However, think globally. All signatories of this Treaty must abide by the same rules. I would then assume that some of our favorite foreign-made guns and ammunition will be strictly regulated by the UNODA.

As anyone can imagine, the Treaty is a legal nightmare, intentionally left vague and confusing in order that self interpretation can result. It is fool’s play to think otherwise. I would, however, like to point out one part of Article 7, “Export and Export Assessment”, (1). Please go read it. It attempts to define certain “relevant factors” that would prohibit the export of ammunition/munitions. These “relevant factors” are deliberately written in order that they can be applied to any condition they deem necessary.

The big question now becomes will the U.S. Senate ratify this treaty? We know Obama would eagerly sign his name to it should the Senate approve. I don’t have a crystal ball but I think I can do a pretty decent job of briefly explaining, based on past history, what will go down.

If this newest arms treaty does not pass muster in the Senate, the events leading up to a vote and all subsequent arms treaty votes in the future, will lead to the eventual disarmament of American citizens; piece by piece. It seems that with each passing Senate vote on UN arms, the margin between those for and against, continues to shrink.

A stand alone disarmament treaty would take decades to pass and thus, like we see repeatedly in our own Houses of Congress, laws get stuffed in and among other bills. A favorite seems to be budget bills. For example, at present Congress is debating about whether to pass a bill to allow the U.S. Government to keep spending money it doesn’t have. In order to get the number of votes necessary to pass, crooked and thieving back room deals are made. The deals often get through with the budget bill and very few, if any, Americans are aware that it happened. This is probably how a disarmament treaty will get passed by the Senate.

With a dumbing down and further indoctrination of the American people, members of Congress will lose sight of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Already we hear political leaders saying that signing this treaty will not effect the right of the American people to keep and bears arms. That’s a lie because it is a limiting of rights.

But with each event of arms treaty proposals, a certain amount of pressure is put on governments, congresses and the citizenry at large to give in, at least some, on giving up the right to keep and bear arms. This is historical, as every day we witness limits on all of our rights. Guns are no different and in some ways might lead the way in that regard.

The U.S. Senate may or may not pass this treaty, but it will come. One way or another we will be disarmed. A one world government cannot succeed so long as U.S. citizens are armed.

Please don’t be fooled into thinking that should the Senate not agree to this treaty, we are out of the woods. The mere act of Secretary of State John Kerry signing this UN Treaty, is an act that promises that the United States will do everything it can to adhere to the terms of this treaty EVEN IF THE SENATE FAILS TO RATIFY.

Mid-term elections are just around the corner. It would be good advice for me to encourage you to call or write your senator and tell them the U.S. in not interested in giving up its sovereignty and being ruled by the United Nations.

Or you can continue to live the lie.

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