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Obama-Kerry United Nations Treaty Requires US To Hand Over American Gun Registrations

21 January 2014 / 365 Comments

 
Did you know this? During September of 2013, John Kerry “on behalf of President Obama and the United States of America”, said (lied?) at the United Nations in New York,

“This treaty will not diminish anyone’s freedom. In fact, the treaty recognizes the freedom of both individuals and states to obtain, possess, and use arms for legitimate purposes. Make no mistake, we would never think about supporting a treaty that is inconsistent with the rights of Americans … to be able to exercise their guaranteed rights under our constitution.”

But here’s where he misled you about the UN Arms Trade Treaty…

The New American reports that the UN Arms Trade Treaty was written in secret by the Obama/Hillary Clinton State Department, along with Russia, China, France and Britain.

Not exactly a lineup of champions of liberty.

What does the treaty actually say?

Article 2 defines the conventional arms covered, which include battle tanks, 
artillery systems, combat aircraft, 
attack helicopters, warships, missiles — and “small arms and light weapons.”

Article 3 of the treaty places UN prohibitions on “ammunition/munitions fired, launched or delivered by the conventional arms (including small arms) covered under Article 2.”

Article 4 puts all “parts and components” of weapons (including small arms) within the scheme.

Read More: http://www.redflagnews.com/

 



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