UN Arms Trade Treaty: Every U.S. Senator Must Be Held Accountable (Video)

By:  William F. Jasper
01/14/2014
       
UN Arms Trade Treaty: Every U.S. Senator Must Be Held Accountable (Video)

President Obama is pushing the UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). Fifty-three senators say they oppose it, but we can be sure some of them will flip unless they receive constant, overwhelming public pressure to hold fast.

For several decades now we have been warning that globalist politicians in one administration after another, as well as in Congress, have been working to disarm the American people through international agreements and United Nations treaties. For decades those warnings, which were statements of fact, were dismissed by the “progressive-minded” as paranoia. Well, the Obama administration has signed the Arms Trade Treaty and the battle now goes to the Senate.

For decades, the United Nations has been pushing an agenda for all nations of the world to disarm their peoples. Civilians — individual citizens — must not have recourse to arms, says the UN. Governments must have a monopoly on force. According to the UN, only authorized state parties — that is, governments and their military and police agencies — should be allowed to possess or have access to guns and ammunition.

What was the Obama Administration’s response to the UN’s demands for disarmament? On October 14 of 2009, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, released a press statement on the United States’ support for the Arms Trade Treaty. On September 25, 2013, current Secretary of State John Kerry, signed it.

Obama, Clinton, and Kerry, and many of their like-minded cohorts in government and the media, have been in favor of disarming the American people. Their records show it, even though, at times, they pretend to defer to their oath of office to defend the Constitution, including even the Second Amendment.

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