"MAKE NO MISTAKE .. THE U.N. IS AFTER OUR GUNS
"There's a little conference going on at the United Nations. It's really not getting all that much media coverage. Perhaps that's because America's leftist media really isn't all that interested in preserving our Constitutional right to keep and bear arms. There seems to be something the left likes about the fact that if guns are outlawed only the government would have guns.
The U.N. conference is charged with the responsibility to "prevent, combat and eradicate the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all aspects." U.N. officials and the anti-gun crowd will be quick to tell you that the purpose of this conference is most definitely NOT to work toward a ban on the private ownership of guns. They would be quick to tell you this, but they would be lying. If you have been paying attention to the news reports you will have noted that much of the attention is focused on individuals who get caught up somehow on what is called "gun violence." One woman from Brooklyn tells of a friend being killed in a drive-by. Another woman from South Africa talks of being shot in another drive-by. The message is clear. People should not be allowed to own guns.
The United Nations is not now, nor has it ever been a friend of liberty, a friend of freedom, or a friend of the people of the United States. For decades the U.N. has been after some sort of a program whereby it could levy a direct tax on American citizens, and the citizens of other wealthy nations, to fund its operations. Now they're even proposing a tax on all gun purchases to combat world hunger.
One thing's for sure. When the U.N. tells you that it is not trying to ban the private ownership of guns, you can be sure that the U.N. is trying to ban the private ownership of guns.
Here's a link to a great article by John Lott that can tell you more about this conference."