Many Americans can feel the tension in the air lately. With all the military maneuvers, military equipment being transported around the nation.
Then people are asking why all the UN Vehicles in the US?
Today it was announce that the Department Of Homeland Security just purchased 2700 MRAP'S , Mine Resistant Armor Protected Vehicles. On top of 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition. It sure seems something big is about to happen. Add the Obama administrations relentless desire to disarm America and could this be the makings of a revolution, a civil war to come?
What many Americans don't realize is that there is one more UN Small arms meeting coming to America's shores this coming March 18th through the 28th. Could this be the end of private gun ownership in America as we know it?
Reuters reports that within hours of his securing his reelection, President Obama ordered the U.S. United Nations delegation to vote in favor of a UN proposal to fast track an international gun control treaty.
The United Nations Final Conference on the Arms Trade Treaty will take place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on 18-28 March 2013. The first round of negotiations took place in July 2012, but did not result in an agreement on a treaty text.
The UN is a stealth organization, their small arms treaty is not only to stop arms trade between countries, but to disarm the American citizens. They feel the US citizens do not have a human right to own these small arms as you will see from this video. They even have UNICEF collecting money for them and supporting their gun control agenda for the American people.
Could this be the American gun owners against the world? If they ratify this UN Small Arms treaty in March, could it be the end of gun ownership in America? Watch this video and you decide. Are you prepared?
After you strip away all of the flowery language of this treaty, it comes down to a completely open-ended attempt to put United Nations bureaucrats in charge of firearms policy worldwide, usurping the authority of countries to set their own policies.
If you want to slog through the draft language, you can see it by clicking here.