OBAMA TO SIGN INTERNATIONAL GUN CONTROL TREATY ON JUNE 3RD

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This treaty, is purportedly aimed at ending “gun trafficking across international boundaries.”

Yeah right.

You mean like the gun trafficking that Eric Holder’s Department did during Operation Fast and Furious? Where our United States government trafficked guns into Mexico and put them in the hands of violent gun cartels? The same guns that have since been used by the cartels to slaughter hundreds of people (that we know of) including Americans?

Or perhaps they mean ending the gun trafficking that the United States government does by giving arms to Syrian rebels in Al Qaeda?

Anyone paying attention knows where the real problems lie, but the federal government isn’t apparently interested in finding real solutions to real problems. After all, if problems get solved, what are they going to use as excuses for making laws that take rights away from law abiding citizens?

Food for thought: The more turmoil that goes on in the world, the more excuses they have.

 

On June 3, President Barack Obama will sign the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT).

by AWR HAWKINS 30 May 2013 193POST A COMMENT

The ATT passed in the U.N. General Assembly by a vote of 153-4 on April 2.

This treaty is ostensibly aimed at putting an end to gun trafficking across international boundaries, and both Breitbart News and the NRA have argued that it will eventually require an international gun registry in order to be enforceable.

The ATT also provides the executive branch of our government with broad powers for controlling which guns do and don’t come into the country, and includes ambiguous language that a gun-control-friendly administration can use to its advantage.

Even though Obama will sign this treaty, it is not enforceable in the U.S. until the Senate ratifies it by a two-thirds majority.

For the time being, Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) has pushed through an amendment opposing the treaty. However, Obama’s signature will open the door for the Senate to reconsider a resolution of ratification at a future date.

 

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