that the U.N. has a terrible track record in protecting human life. He
said the horrors in Rwanda are a perfect example of why the U.N. has no
business deciding who should and should not have access to guns.” --
WorldNetDaily, June 2013
treaty empowers anti-gun administrations (such as Barack Obama’s) to
institute internal gun control, including gun bans, gun registration,
and more. In fact, the drafters of the treaty made no secret of their
goal of imposing measures such as microstamping on countries like the
Obama could implement these restrictions without further legislation.
After all, we’ve already seen the President do an end-around Congress by
issuing over 20 executive actions this year.
or President for that matter -- has NO AUTHORITY to impose any of these
gun restrictions upon us. And those gun owners would be absolutely
“by executive fiat” -- just as he has done through other executive
actions -- then good people will go to jail for resisting these efforts
and will have to defend their rights in court for simply exercising
rights that were given to them by God.
Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) to defund the ATT passed the Senate by a
vote of 53-46. But that vote never became law.
alarming, even to Senators who are not strongly pro-gun. These include
the fact that the ATT was slammed through without consensus … it’s
ambiguous … and it can be amended (and made even more restrictive) by
the other nations which are parties to the treaty.