Op-ed: Gun Control: Does the UN Protect Women’s Rights?

September 27, 2006
By Howard Nemerov

In order to implement their policies globally, gun control activists promote the idea that more guns means increased victimization of women. This runs counter to established crime trends showing that women in countries instituting gun bans suffered increasing rates of rape while rape decreased in the U.S., where guns are available. But giving the benefit of the doubt, let’s see how women fared when United Nations peacekeeping forces controlled war zones throughout the world, and where, according to U.N. belief, civilian disarmament makes people safer.

Click here to read the entire article from Howard Nemerov, an accomplished writer and good friend to Buckeye Firearms Association.

NOTE: Nemerov appeared on NRANews.com's Cam & Company Wednesday September 27 at 11:20 p.m. Eastern to discuss this article! The archived broadcast will be available until 9:00 p.m. Thursday evening.

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