Thanks to John B. for sending this:
‘Right now, gun grabbers from around the world are in New York City to draft the UN Small Arms Treaty.
Speaking for the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton has already given her blessing to this global gun grab, calling for “consensus” in order to “avoid loopholes.”
My suspicion is that “loopholes” for Mrs. Clinton include our Second Amendment.
UN bureaucrats are working to “build consensus,” and when they’re sure the treaty includes the demands of petty tyrants worldwide, I fear that Clinton and Obama will do everything in their power to force it through the US Senate sometime before the upcoming election.
The good news is that the National Association for Gun Rights has collected over 975,000 signed Official Firearms Sovereignty Surveys against the UN Small Arms Treaty with tens of thousands of more pouring in each week!
But if you haven’t yet signed, please go ahead and do so by clicking here. It’s vital that your Senators feel pressure to oppose the UN Small Arms Treaty from grassroots gun rights activists like you.
Once you have signed your Official Firearms Sovereignty Survey against the UN Small Arms Treaty (or even if you have signed it before), I would like to ask you to do our Second Amendment rights a small favor.’
U.S. Senator Rand Paul
Turkey established its gun control laws in 1911, utilizing them to arrest and exterminate some 1.5 million Armenians between 1915 and 1917.
The Soviet Union prohibited citizen gun ownership in 1929 which in turn contributed to somewhere between 20 and 62 millions citizen “dissidents” being rounded up, imprisoned and exterminated.
In 1938, the Nazi Party implemented strict gun control enabling them to collect and exterminate approximately 13 million Jews between 1939 and 1945.
After invading Poland in 1939, the Nazi forces utilized pre-war gun registration lists to both confiscate firearms and arrest their owners. Thereafter they were free to round up the Jews for the Warsaw Ghetto and ship them off to concentration camps.
Gun control laws introduced in 1956 allowed Cambodia police and military forces to arrest around 21 million professionals and intellectuals and exterminate them.
UPDATE: ‘…Iran has been named to the group overseeing the ATT conference. In other words, a country which the U.N. security council has denounced for nuclear violations is being allowed to oversee treaty talks that will, if ratified, eventually require gun registration in the U.S…’ source