U.N. and guns

NRA News video on the U.N. plans for gun control.

The destruction of those firearms I find as, or more, disturbing as I would the burning of books.

As I have said before I regard this as one of the largest threats to our specific enumerated right to keep and bear arms. And contrary to what some people say I don’t think the response by people will involve actively resisting. The first steps, should such a treaty get passed would be registration of firearms. I don’t think people would take up arms on a large scale to oppose this. It would be more like Canada where they, in a large part, ignored the law.

This would mean that ammo sales would go down, practice would go down, recruiting of new shooters would go down, and within a generation or two the game would be over. Registration must be vigorously opposed and defeated in the legislatures and in the courts. Should such a treaty passed the enforcement of the treaty must be resisted with all the enthusiasm you would any other law that violates my Jews In The Attic Test.

3 thoughts on “U.N. and guns

  1. I don’t know what the response will be if such a treaty is ratified, but I know what it should be. A serious bloodletting.

  2. I don’t know what the response will be if such a treaty is ratified, but I know what it should be. A serious bloodletting.

  3. Knowing the left, what they can’t accomplish through representative democracy they’ll attempt through any other channels available. It’s what they do.

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