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UN Small Arms Treaty Passes While Media Sleeps

by on Sep.24, 2012, under News Events

The United Nations Small Arms Treaty passed in its second session. The Media was silent over its passage.


According to the UN’s press release,

Concluding its two-week session today, the second United Nations conference to review the 2001 Programme of Action on trafficking in small arms and light weapons adopted a consensus outcome document that highlighted the international community’s renewed commitment to preventing, combating and eradicating the illicit trade.

The document’s adoption represented a major achievement for delegations, who had failed to agree on a final outcome at the first review conference, held in 2006. “We accomplished something great today,” said U. Joy Ogwu ( Nigeria), President of the Conference, formally known as the United Nations Conference to Review Progress Made in the Implementation of the Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects.

According to the text, Member States renewed their pledge to rid the world of the scourge brought upon it by the illicit manufacture, transfer and circulation of small arms and light weapons, and their excessive accumulation and uncontrolled spread in many parts of the world. They also committed to mobilizing the necessary political will and resources to implement the Programme of Action and the International Tracing Instrument, with the aim of achieving clear and tangible results over the next six years, through 2018.

Further by the text, States emphasized that the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons continued to sustain conflicts, exacerbate armed violence, undermine respect for internationalhumanitarian law and international human rights law, aid terrorism and illegal armed groups, and facilitate increasing levels of transnational organized crime, as well as trafficking in humans, drugs and certain natural resources.

Ahhh yes, the cries of terrorism and drugs and boogey men for the passage of the treaty. This comes from member nations who knowingly promote these kinds of things. Even the United States is now in the midst of a scandal involving gunwalking, known as Fast and Furious, and at least one man arrested has come forward and said that Fast and Furious was all about arming drug cartels in Mexico, never about tracking them.

All countries signed the declaration and further documentation can be found here.

According to the program of action:

“8. Reaffirming our respect for and commitment to international law and the purposes and principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, including the sovereign equality of States, territorial integrity, the peaceful resolution of international disputes, non-intervention and non-interference in the internal affairs of States, “. Non-intervention and non-interference? How about Syria? NATO is part of the United Nations.

“9. Reaffirming the inherent right to individual or collective self-defence in accordance with Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations,”. Collective means the state, in-contrary to our Bill of Rights guaranteed by our government, but ultimately granted by our Creator.

“10. Reaffirming also the right of each State to manufacture, import and retain small arms and light weapons for its self-defence and security needs, as well as for its capacity to participate in peacekeeping operations in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, “. This is just another statement dealing with a ‘collective right’, not an individual right. The ATF, FBI, Homeland Security, along with all the ‘alphabet’ agencies of the federal and state governments are immune and the tyranny they will accomplish when this treaty is fully implemented staggers the mind.

“11. Reaffirming the right of self-determination of all peoples, taking into account the particular situation of peoples under colonial or other forms of alien domination or foreign occupation, and recognizing the right of peoples to take legitimate action in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations to realize their inalienable right of self-determination. This shall not be construed as authorizing or encouraging any action that would dismember or impair, totally or in part, the territorial integrity or political unity of sovereign and independent States conducting themselves in compliance with the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples,” This section was examined previously. It is important to point out that the West Bank and Gaza are not recognized as an ‘sovereign and independent States’, therefore they are up for grabs.

Of course this will be enforced by the UN’s blue helmets, or International Assistance.

Keys To Liberty reported,

It is interesting to note, the “delegations agreed to strengthen the action programme’s implementation at the national, regional and global levels over the period 2012-2018. On follow-up measures, they decided to hold a one-week biennial meeting of States in 2014 and 2016, and a one-week open-ended meeting of governmental experts in 2015 to consider the Programme of Action’s full and effective implementation”. (Underline Emphasis is the author’s) Over the next few years ‘something’ is needed to fully implement this treaty by 2018. Each two years they will meet to see how the treaty has been complied with. This means new statutes in place at the federal level, further restricting the right to keep and bear arms. An assault weapons ban, large capacity magazine ban and stripper clips ban are just around the corner. In the future this will probably begin with more ‘false flag’ operations, stemming, and leading to our own government behind them. More Aurora, Colorado’s, more Sikh Temple type massacres around the country and maybe even a Oklahoma City bombing type event.

Right about now you are probably thinking, so what? As long as the Senate doesn’t ratify all if well. Ask yourself if you are familiar with the United Nation’s Agenda 21. The Senate didn’t ratify that. Instead BillClinton basically passed it by executive orderMike Opelka, at the Blaze writes:

Agenda 21 is a two-decade old, grand plan for global ’Sustainable Development,’ brought to you from the United Nations. George H.W. Bush (and 177 other world leaders) agreed to it back in 1992, and in 1995, Bill Clinton signed Executive Order #12858, creating a Presidential Council on ‘Sustainable Development.’ This effectively pushed the UN plan into America’s large, churning government machine without the need for any review or discussion by Congress or the American people.

So it is perfectly feasible that this will be implemented over a period of years, but very short years.

From The Trenches reports on legislation that is currently before Congress to put the squeeze on those of us wishing to maintain our Second Amendment rights.

Enter H.R. 6241 and S. 3458, identical bills in both houses that are currently in committee; titledStop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2012 .When passed, in person sales of ammunition will be required, as well as registration of amounts exceeding 1,000 rounds, or 1,000 rounds over a week period. The idea behind this legislation is to make you pay more in the future for ammunition and to register sales. It will also limit your selection to what ever is available at a local store.
Another bill before Congress, sitting in committee is Gun Show Loophole Closing Act of 2011. It is H.R. 591, in the House and S.35 in the Senate. It would permanently ban Gun Shows if passed.

Here is another one held up in committee, Fix Gun Checks Act of 2011.This one penalized states that don’t report enough violators to the National Instant Criminal Background Checks. In the Senate it is S. 436.

Doing a search for ‘assault weapons’ this Bill came up, titled Child Gun Safety And Gun Access Prevention Act Of 2011. This one raises the age of ‘Juvenile’ to ‘under 21′ with penalties for transfer of guns, ammunition, high capacity clips to anyone under 21 who might commit a crime. This one is bound to pass, because of the New Speak in the title. The socialists will love it.

By the way, what has been covered during the past week? Oh that’s right, some anti-islamic film, nudepictures of Dutchess Kate and a few political gaffes.

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Film fallout: 30 injured, 40 arrested as Bangladesh police clash with protesters (U.S. is Done)

by on Sep.22, 2012, under News Events

 

Violent clashes erupted in Bangladeshi capital after scores of people flooded the streets protesting against a US-made anti-Islam film, despite a 24-hour ban. Police used teargas to disperse a stone-throwing crowd. Dozens sustained injuries.

Hundreds of Islamist protesters tried to stage an anti-American rally in the capital city of Dhaka on Saturday morning.

Police had to use teargas and batons as the out-of-control crowd attacked security forces, torched vehicles and damaged a police van.

Local English newspaper Daily Star put a number of those injured in clashes to at least 30 people, including law enforcers, and the number of arrested at 40 protesters.

A motorcycle is seen ablaze inside the premises of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 22, 2012 (Reuters / Stringer)
A motorcycle is seen ablaze inside the premises of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 22, 2012 (Reuters / Stringer)

The violence initially started inside the press club building after leaders and activists of the Islamic parties assembled there tried to hold their protest, the online edition of the newspaper reports.

They attempted to emerge from the press club in a procession, but police barred them because of the 24-hour ban, which was imposed by Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) late Friday. The restriction prohibits all protests near the city’s main Baitul Mokarram mosque to avoid mass unrests.

Some of the protesters responded by throwing brick chips at the police from inside the building.

At the same time, others came out to clash with the security forces, halting the traffic on the road nearby.

Police cordoned off the three gates of the press club and detained the leaders and activists who tried to leave the premises.

“They defied our ban and tried to stage a protest against the anti-Islam film. At one stage, they started pelting stones at policemen,” AFP quotes Dhaka police spokesman Masudur Rahman as saying.

The alliance which staged the protest has called a nationwide strike on Sunday to continue mass demonstration against the film Innocence of Muslims and French cartoons mocking the Prophet Mohammed, which both have stirred mass outrage across the Muslim world.

Bangladeshi firefighters extinguish a smouldering motorcycle set on fire during a demonstration against the US-made anti-Islam film mocking the Prophet Mohammed in Dhaka on September 22, 2012 (AFP Photo /Munir uz Zaman)
Bangladeshi firefighters extinguish a smouldering motorcycle set on fire during a demonstration against the US-made anti-Islam film mocking the Prophet Mohammed in Dhaka on September 22, 2012 (AFP Photo /Munir uz Zaman)
A policeman arrests a protester in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 22, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
A policeman arrests a protester in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 22, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)

The latest violence comes a day after some 1,000 Bangladeshis took the streets of the capital. The protests burnt down a “coffin of Barack Obama” covered by the US flag along with the effigy of the American president. Activists of different Islamic political parties also staged a mock hanging of Sam Bacile, the alleged filmmaker behind the anti-Islam movie, AP reported.

Protesters also burnt a French flag in response to cartoons of the Prophet in a French magazine.

Meanwhile in Nigeria, also littered with anti-US protests, a crowd of demonstrators stretched several kilometers through the largest city, Kano.  Protesters, led by the Islamic Movement of Nigeria and a pro-Iranian group, were shouting “Death to America, death to Israel and death to the enemies of Islam.”

Demonstrators also carried portraits of US President Barack Obama and American and Israeli flags.

In Pakistan violent protests continued Saturday, a day after deadly clashes ended up with around 20 people killed and more than 200 injured.

The crowd of about 1,500 people, including women and children, peacefully rallied in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad. They later gathered near parliament building, chanting anti-US slogans and demanding a strict punishment for the filmmaker.

A cabinet minister offered a $100,000 reward for the death of the film’s director.

Innocence of Muslims, a low-budget film made in California, has triggered a wave of bloody anti-American protests in more than a 20 countries across the Muslim world. Violent mass demonstrations have been lasting for more than 10 days, leaving scores of dead and injured.

A Bangladeshi Muslim protester looks from a prison van after he was arrested at a violent protest in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 22, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
A Bangladeshi Muslim protester looks from a prison van after he was arrested at a violent protest in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 22, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
A policeman arrests a protester in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 22, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
A policeman arrests a protester in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 22, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi police detain an activist during a demonstration against the US-made anti-Islam film mocking the Prophet Mohammed in Dhaka on September 22, 2012 (AFP Photo /Munir uz Zaman)
Bangladeshi police detain an activist during a demonstration against the US-made anti-Islam film mocking the Prophet Mohammed in Dhaka on September 22, 2012 (AFP Photo /Munir uz Zaman)
Bangladeshi Muslims shout slogans after burning a mock coffin of U.S President Barack Obama during a protest in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims shout slogans after burning a mock coffin of U.S President Barack Obama during a protest in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims perform a mock execution of the filmmaker of an anti-Islam film made in the U.S. during a protest in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims perform a mock execution of the filmmaker of an anti-Islam film made in the U.S. during a protest in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims burn a picture of U.S. President Barack Obama during a protest in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims burn a picture of U.S. President Barack Obama during a protest in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims shout slogans and kick as they burn a mock coffin of U.S. President Barack Obama during a protest in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims shout slogans and kick as they burn a mock coffin of U.S. President Barack Obama during a protest in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims burn U.S. and French flags as they shout slogans during a protest in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi Muslims burn U.S. and French flags as they shout slogans during a protest in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka September 21, 2012 (Reuters / Andrew Biraj)
Bangladeshi demonstrators march with a mock coffin of US President Barack Obama during a protest against satirical cartoons and an internet film mocking Islam in Dhaka on September 21, 2012 (AFP Photo / Munir uz Zaman)
Bangladeshi demonstrators march with a mock coffin of US President Barack Obama during a protest against satirical cartoons and an internet film mocking Islam in Dhaka on September 21, 2012 (AFP Photo / Munir uz Zaman)
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New wave of Anaheim riots – video of the latest standoff

by on Jul.30, 2012, under News Events

Protests in Anaheim have been going on for almost ten days now, but they took a new twist this (continue reading…)

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Anaheim Police: shoot first and ask later?

by on Jul.30, 2012, under News Events

It’s been more than a week since the people of Anaheim, California first took to the streets in response to (continue reading…)

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Mexican youth take to the streets to protest rigged election

by on Jul.20, 2012, under News Events

Mexico is bracing for another round of protests against President-elect Enrique Pena Nieto. Protesters – manly from the student group (continue reading…)

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