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September 21, 2012 in Guns

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I have already written a detailed article here: http://sks-14.blogspot.com/2012/09/un-small-arms-treaty-passes-media-silent.html

The arms treaty passed on September 7th, 2012 with no noise from the media. Troubling as that is, the news that has been presented has been joyous as the criminal elite celebrate further enslaving humanity.  You can read the official UN statement here: http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs//2012/dc3389.doc.htm

UPDATE:

Here is the official outcome letter from the review conference: http://www.poa-iss.org/RevCon2/ ( Click E for english)

It has every country’s input into the matter included into one massive letter.

Thanks for reading, I’ll try to keep everyone posted!

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19 responses to UN Small Arms treaty passed!

  1. the UN passes a lot of things that never get ratified by congress, yes this bill passed the UN but congress still said NO. everytime we say no they go back and pass it within the UN council.

  2. we’re fucked. Anyway, time to be a criminal on purpose. Time to go get me some weapons.

    • Guns are not the only protection. For up close use, I have my keys set between my fingers all the way up to my hand, with a tight grip, I am able to get to a persons throat. If they try to take away all of our guns, we still have plenty of options, you just have to come up with some surprising methods. A gun is better than a bat, but not as easily concealed, yet it can be used in the house, just as a broom handle or the leg off of a wobbly chair (make sure no one sits in it). A pillow case with soda’s or some type of steel cans will be of good use to beat someone in the head. These things are not illegal and can be stored in different rooms of your home or car. The gov’t can’t make everything illegal! LOL

  3. If push comes to shove, lone wolves can be damned effective at range…

  4. As I read it, it only affects countries that have adopted and implemented the policy. Such is not the case for america, we have yet to have the Senate vote to approve the treaty to be adopted.

    • It does not require Senate ratification to be implemented into policy – only an executive order, like Clinton and agenda 21 – explained in this article.

      http://www.thedailysheeple.com/un-small-arms-treaty-passes-while-media-sleeps_092012

      • If I recall the senate must vote to adopt any treaty then its forwarded to the president, seeing as how our government dose what ever it sees fit it wouldn’t surprise me if the A2 executive order ordeal and now this supposed passage would be the case.

      • These are treaties which the United States has made with other sovereign international states. This is mostly to distinguish them from the next category. Under the United States Constitution, treaties come into effect upon final ratification by the President of the United States, provided that a two-thirds majority of the United States Senate provides its advice and consent.
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_treaties

      • Ultra vires treaties

        A party’s consent to a treaty is invalid if it had been given by an agent or body without power to do so under that state’s domestic law. States are reluctant to inquire into the internal affairs and processes of other states, and so a “manifest” violation is required such that it would be “objectively evident to any State dealing with the matter”. A strong presumption exists internationally that a head of state has acted within his proper authority. It seems that no treaty has ever actually been invalidated on this provision.[citation needed]

        Consent is also invalid if it is given by a representative who ignored restrictions he is subject to by his sovereign during the negotiations, if the other parties to the treaty were notified of those restrictions prior to his signing.[citation needed]

        According to the preamble in The Law of treaties, treaties are a source of international law. If an act or lack thereof is condemned under international law, the act will not assume international legality even if approved by internal law.[8] This means that in case of a conflict with domestic law, international law will always prevail.[9]
        Misunderstanding, fraud, corruption, coercion

        Articles 46–53 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties set out the only ways that treaties can be invalidated—considered unenforceable and void under international law. A treaty will be invalidated due to either the circumstances by which a state party joined the treaty, or due to the content of the treaty itself. Invalidation is separate from withdrawal, suspension, or termination (addressed above), which all involve an alteration in the consent of the parties of a previously valid treaty rather than the invalidation of that consent in the first place.

        A state’s consent may be invalidated if there was an erroneous understanding of a fact or situation at the time of conclusion, which formed the “essential basis” of the state’s consent. Consent will not be invalidated if the misunderstanding was due to the state’s own conduct, or if the truth should have been evident.

        Consent will also be invalidated if it was induced by the fraudulent conduct of another party, or by the direct or indirect “corruption” of its representative by another party to the treaty. Coercion of either a representative, or the state itself through the threat or use of force, if used to obtain the consent of that state to a treaty, will invalidate that consent.
        Contrary to peremptory norms

        A treaty is null and void if it is in violation of a peremptory norm. These norms, unlike other principles of customary law, are recognized as permitting no violations and so cannot be altered through treaty obligations. These are limited to such universally accepted prohibitions as those against genocide, slavery, torture, and piracy, meaning that no state can legally assume an obligation to commit or permit such acts
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty

      • Policy is not LAW its a bureaucrat speak to make you think its a law.

  5. “natural resources” trafficking = saving your rainwater in a barrel

  6. Who are these unelected representatives and why do they control all of this by decree? You only give them the power to rule over you because you elect leaders who give into their game. They are funded by the central banks, there is where you should start to fight this. Next, at the UN building.

  7. America is destroyed,If I had money,id gtfo out of the country.

    • Where would you go? The rest of the world has largely fallen in line. We’re it. If the NWO dirtbags come for us, it will be the last time the oppressed will be capable of large-scale resistance.

  8. My GUNS, are MY GUNS! PERIOD! Anyonw wants them, come try to get ‘em!

  9. I will not be left defenseless, EVER!!!

  10. Simply mindboggling how the news majors don’t cover that. Thanks for posting.

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