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Cue the UN Gun Grabbers

carbinemike

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Here comes the UN, again. The "High Representative" is right there with the idiots in the US...all we need to cut down on murders is more gun laws. Mark your calendars. The globalists will be coming to NY between June 18-29 to plot disarming us. To the UN Disarmament Priestess...Molon Labe baby.

“Every day, hundreds of lives are lost due to gun violence worldwide,” the UN Disarmament Affairs chief, Izumi Nakamitsu, said in her message at the start of the Global Week of Action Against Gun Violence. “Guns are responsible for about half of all violent deaths – nearly a quarter-million each year.”
The High Representative said that for every death, there were “many more injured, maimed and forced to flee their home and community” and those who just live with the threat of being shot.
The pandemic of gun violence has many roots, such as a lack of adequate legislation and regulation on gun control; an insufficient ability to enforce existing laws; youth unemployment and a lack of job opportunities for former gang members and ex-combatants.
Ms. Nakamitsu also singled out a culture in some places that “glorifies violence and equates guns with masculinity”.
Such complex problems require multi-faceted, sustainable solutions that address root causes, Ms. Nakamitsu said.
The Global Week “is a conduit” for fostering cooperation on this critical issue among all stakeholders, including government, international and regional organizations, businesses, and civil society, and for them to pool their experience, strength and expertise, she said.
Ms. Nakamitsu also highlighted the explicit link to sustainable development and security, stating that without tackling this scourge head-on, the ambitious goals set out in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development would not be achieved.
From 18-29 June, States will gather at the UN Headquarters in New York, for the Third Review Conference on the Programme of Action on small arms – the key global instrument that has guided international action against the illicit trade in small arms over the past two decades.
“The Conference will provide an important opportunity for the international community to renew its commitment to silence the guns that affect so many innocent lives, and to continue its work towards achieving our common goal of peace, security and development for all,” she said.

I guess she missed the part where some people are just evil.
 

Bobster

.30-06
Trumpy needs to tell the UN to take a hike. Kick them out of NYC post haste--maybe send them to N.K. ;)

He can also "un-sign" the treaty that Nobama signed that was never ratified by the Senate... LINK
 

carbinemike

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Overtime for me. Thanks for the reminder.

Why do we care what the U.N. wants.
We should care about any organization that not only doesn't believe in the freedoms that the American Founder's identified in the Constitution and Bill of Rights but works hard to undermine them. I believe in national sovereignty and they don't. Sadly, many of the sheep in America are willing to cede their rights to them.
 

Rossignol

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Wonder how they feel about the UN member nations that are supplying arms to places drowning in conflict perpetuating the thing they say they intend to address and desire to put an end to. They’re the largest organized arms dealers so I don’t believe anything they say about ending gun violence so this is all rhetorical as what they want is a monopoly on the supply and ownership of those arms and a disarmed civilian population.
 

carbinemike

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If you notice the following quote is similar to the US gun grabber organizations. Guns are responsible for the violence. From the UN High Priestess of gun grabbing:

“Every day, hundreds of lives are lost due to gun violence worldwide. Guns are responsible for about half of all violent deaths – nearly a quarter-million each year," Nakamitsu said, according to the UN website.
According to the United Nations, gun violence can be traced back to "a lack of adequate legislation and regulation on gun control; an insufficient ability to enforce existing laws; youth unemployment and a lack of job opportunities for former gang members and ex-combatants."
"The international community must present a united front against gun violence which kills nearly 250,000 each year and injures many more," Nakamitsu said during her speech.
Nakamitsu reminded the audience that curbing gun violence is part of the United Nations' larger goal of transforming the world through Agenda 2030.

https://townhall.com/notebook/bethb...tly-pushes-international-gun-control-n2480303
 

John A.

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Guns are responsible for the violence.
“Guns are responsible according to the UN website.

Don't think so. Guns are not responsible for any of them. Nope. Nada. None.

Cars are not responsible for drunk driving deaths.

Needles are not responsible for drug overdoses.

Guns are not responsible for someone doing wrong with them either.

Common sense in this world is completely lacking. As a race, we are lost.

Sounds like a bunch of sorry excuses to me.
 

meanstreak

.30-06
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Wonder how they feel about the UN member nations that are supplying arms to places drowning in conflict perpetuating the thing they say they intend to address and desire to put an end to. They’re the largest organized arms dealers so I don’t believe anything they say about ending gun violence so this is all rhetorical as what they want is a monopoly on the supply and ownership of those arms and a disarmed civilian population.
 

CaddmannQ

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The law cannot legally hold an inanimate object as being the perpetrator of a crime, no more than it can charge an animal as the perpetrator of a crime.

Neither can read, neither can speak, and neither can know the law.

We had a recent case where a gun was knocked off a table by the dog and shot the owner.

The law did not charge the dog, the gun, the table or the Earth itself (for having gravity.)

The owner was charged with reckless endangerment for allowing himself to be shot.

But the United Nations can definitely be charged with a crime in the court of public opinion. It's up to us to make that charge stick.

So far the United Nations has spent a ton of money and wasted a lot of air on talk.

If there has ever been one single problem that the United Nations have solved to the satisfaction of the world at large, I would like to know about it.
 

Pawpaw

.30-06
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United Nations Quietly Pushes International Gun Control ==> LINK

Think about it.

Who's more likely to get legislation passed in the United States: Americans or leaders of other countries? Using gun control groups like pawns can help them get to their ultimate goal, which goes far beyond Americans' Second Amendment rights.

After all, it'd be hard for the UN to say that Agenda 2030 has been successful if Americans still had the Second Amendment. It'd be difficult for them to say that they've created a safer world if Americans still had access to firearms.

Chilling
 

LTB45

.30-06
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All I have to say is
Those "UN Peace keeping forces "
Wear them pretty blue helmets, that make for great target acquisition!

The UN wants my guns, come and take them!
 

John A.

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https://gunowners.org/united-nations-quietly-pushes-international-gun-control.htm

From the article linked above:

United Nations Quietly Pushes International Gun Control
May 13, 2018

UN-Izumi-Nakamitsu.jpg
 

CaddmannQ

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I have absolutely no problem with this, but since we have the most guns, we get to go last. :p

All you other nations can turn in your guns right now.

Bring them all right here to the UN building in New York City and drop them off between 8 and 5, Monday through Friday. We'll give you a receipt, validate parking, and you'll get a free Krispy Kreme donut for every AK-47!

When they're all collected, then we'll talk about America.
 

CaddmannQ

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"The international community must present a united front against gun violence which kills nearly 250,000 each year and injures many more," Nakamitsu said during her speech.

This comes from a country which has the highest suicide rate in the world. Suicide is a crime where someone has become a victim of others or themselves and cannot go on.

If private gun ownership was allowed in Japan there would probably be more revenge/murder and fewer suicides.

In Japan, the pressure to belong and to fit in with everyone--to be one of the enlightened Japanese people--is enormous and all pervasive.

So much so that they often don't make a fuss, even when it crime has been committed on them, because it would become an inconvenience to all their fellows.

If you are a foreigner or an outsider to the culture you eventually will feel it. They will see you behave differently.

And you will because you are not a victim of the same mind control that rules their culture.

Americans are victims of a totally different mind control.
 
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