On July 27th, Barack Hussein Obama will attend a UN conference, where he will sign the global Arms Trade Treaty (ODA/57-2012/ATT. Also see here.) That act is nothing short of treason.
Before I proceed, I want to make it perfectly clear that this article is not rehashing the merits of our Second Amendment. CNAV has written on this issue extensively.
The stated objective of this Treaty is to stop the proliferation of small arms (not assault weapons, etc.) throughout the world. It will, however, have the capacity to legislate gun control in the United States and therefore to overturn our Second Amendment. The Canadians have tried to include language that protected the rights to bear firearms for recreational purposes. That language is not present. Today Canada and Israel are among the few countries advocating for lawful public ownership and recreational use of firearms. The U.S. is not one of them.
History of the Arms Trade Treaty
The negotiations for this Treaty began in 2006, when the U.S., under President George Bush, voted against the resolution. The Obama administration (including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton) reversed that vote.
The nations working on this Treaty say they want to promote transparency (where have I heard that word used before?) and accountability in the arms trade, and prevent international transfers of arms that contribute to serious human rights violations (like Fast and Furious?) armed conflict, U.N. sanctions violations , organized crime and terrorist acts. I can’t help but wonder if this includes TEA Party members. Have they not been labeled as thugs and terrorists by Nancy Pelosi and Janet Napolitano, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and others?
Effect on the US
How will it affect us? The U.N. will have the authority to tell member nations to adopt policies to facilitate regulations and flow across borders within their own control, including but not limited to registration and bans of arms and guns.
Just as a reminder – our Second Amendment reads:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
Why this is treason
The US Constitution. Photo: National Archives of the United States
Another reminder – Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton took oaths to preserve and protect our Constitution, of which our Second Amendment is a part. Signing this Treaty is nothing short of treason!
Let me make this clear: Signing this treaty is a treasonous act. It overthrows our constitution by rendering the Second Amendment invalid.
It is nothing less than plotting to overthrow our government – and that is treason!!!
It does not preserve, protect, or defend our Constitution by any stretch of the imagination.
Will we permit this to continue?
Frankly, whether or not the Senate ratifies this Treaty is immaterial. Both Obama and Clinton are guilty of treason none-the-less. They are trying to surrender our sovereignty to a foreign government. For that reason, both should be immediately impeached for treason!!!!
However, chances are they will not – not unless We the People demand this.
What can we do?
Inundate the Senate (all members of the Senate – not just yours) with phone calls, faxes, letters and in person visits. Demand they do not ratify this Treaty. Similarly, inundate the House (again, all members, not just your Representative). Demand they impeach Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton for Treason. If you are in a position to do so, July 27th may be a good time to visit the U.N. as you may have intended to do as some point in life.
Other few points of interest: If someone deliberately sets out to destroy a nation what would they do? History has shown that they will:
- Overtax the people, thereby financially and subtly enslaving them,
- Take away their personal property (through programs like Agenda 21),
- Dumb them down (as with our failing public school systems),
- Overregulate everything they do (and in some cases say and/or believe), and last but certainly not least:
- Take away their guns.
You may argue these points and try to justify them until you are blue in the face. The facts remain that this is a common course of action taken by totalitarian governments – and it is all done in the name of creating a better place to live.
Once again I find myself quoting Patrick Henry:
Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be bought at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others might take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!
Today we might not have to lay down our lives for the cause of liberty – at least not yet. But unless we act decisively and with vigor, the future may hold a different fate for liberty-loving Americans. Stand now, while it is still day and the night might not be as dark.