Friday, July 27, 2012

UN Arms Treaty, BEWARE

Perpetual attacks on the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment will be the norm. Pushed by the left and by countries that don't share are values.

For those who want the treaty to be approved by the U.S. Senate, beware, future changes can be made without the consent of the U.S. Senate.
The document, which critics say has been framed by countries hostile to U.S. interests, allows for future amendments to be approved by just two-thirds of states showing up at an amendment conference.
That means it could be agreed to by the U.S., put into effect and then changed over Washington's objections.

By , Fox News
* States (Countries) such as Iran, Mexico, Russia, China, Cuba, Iraq.

2 comments:

  1. Arms Trade Treaty talks end.
    The Arms Trade Treaty negotioations have ended without producing a treaty. The Canadian government held firm on it's recognition of the rights of firearms owners right to the end. Despite having support from some countries regarding Canada's position consensus could not be achieved and the talks have ended.

    Many thanks to CSSA President Steve Torino for a spectacular job under very difficult circumstances. Steve served on Canada's delegation during the talks.

    You did us proud Steve and THANK YOU!!!!
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  2. It's crazy that more nations don't see the success of personal ownership in reducing crime and creating a stable government. Hopefully as dictatorships continue to topple over the world this pressure will decrease.

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