U.N. Moves Quickly On Gun Grab

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The lights weren’t even turned off at the Barack Obama re-election celebration before the United Nations began plotting its gun grab again — with U.S. blessings.

The U.N. General Assembly’s disarmament committee approved a resolution calling for a new round of talks in March. The vote came less than 24 hours after Obama secured re-election.

The committee uses high-sounding, feel-good language to make it sound like the U.N.’s goal is to end illicit arms trafficking. But the Programme of Action calls for a centralized registration  system to track all small arms purchases and burdens manufacturers with the responsibility of using micro-stamping and other onerous identification procedures that will drive up the cost of weapons and ammunition.

According to the U.N. Office for Disarmament Affairs, the agency’s goals are to remove weapons from “Insurgents, armed gang members, pirates, terrorists.” But the recent passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and missives released by the Department of Homeland Security so broadens the definition of terrorist that it’s come to include anyone the regime decides it applies to.

The gun grab has begun and the next four years will see the 2nd Amendment under assault in a way that’s unprecedented in America’s history.

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