The U.N. Wants Your Guns
By Chris Chumita
The global war on your personally owned firearms has already begun. The NRA and its Executive Vice-President, Wayne LaPierre, have been trying to sound the alarm for years. So far, it does not appear that many people are listening.
The United Nations (U.N.), the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA), and other countries are trying to ban the private ownership of almost all firearms in the United States. The worst part is that extreme U.N. gun laws can be implemented in the United States WITHOUT passing a treaty.
In order to take action, you must be aware of what is going on and you must know who the players are.
The best source of information is Wayne LaPierre’s new book, “The Global War On Your Guns.” This book will give you the details on what happened, what may happen, and what you can do about it. It is an excellent read, but it may give you nightmares. The NRA and Wayne LaPierre has created a website that is filled with detailed information about the possible U.N. gun ban, and you can even get a free copy of his book by making a donation to the NRA.
Another source of information is the DVD, “The Great U.N. Gun Debate.” It is a recording of the debate between Wayne LaPierre and Rebecca Peters (the real wicked witch) from IANSA. In the debate, LaPierre gets Peters to admit the U.N. and IANSA’s real agenda. Here is a hint; their real agenda is NOT “reasonable” gun control measures. It also quickly becomes obvious that Peters, IANSA, and the United Nations have nothing but contempt for the Constitution and the right of the American people to own firearms. You can get a copy of “The Great U.N. Gun Debate’” here.
It cannot be stressed enough that this is a war against your guns. We are not just talking about “assault weapons” or “military style firearms.” We are talking about all of your handguns, rifles, and even your pump action shotguns. If we do not take action now, we may soon see U.N. “Peacekeepers” coming to your door to confiscate your firearms while ignoring genocide in some foreign country.