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Obama Administration Partners With the UN to Attack the Second Amendment

jafo2me Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:09 PM
I even met a member of this “GROUP” along the way who saw me reading this book. It was quite an amusing event!!! Information is "ONLY" provided so that you can make an informed choice without the influences of power and money preventing you from reaching the truth, such as pointing out the path for someone to say find the cure for Cancer. IT IS “THAT SIMPLE!!!! Cancer is a 145 Billion dollar a year business. I don’t think “THEY” would want anyone exposing the cures for Cancer!!! So the UN, Obama and Guns, what is the “Agenda”??? It is a very simple and sinister plan. Obama signs a UN Global gun ban treaty which eliminates the need to battle Congress on the 2nd Amendment.
jafo2me Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:35 PM
True!!!! Some predict that it will bring some revolt!! Who knows what will be!! All I know is that is not a Country I want for me or my family. If it comes to that it is over anyway!!!
gwharpo Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:26 PM
Then it will be time to dismantle the regime in DC.
jafo2me Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:10 PM
“INTERNATIONAL” Agreements as stated in our Constitution supersede our rights. The Agreement must be approved by the Senate but they will either railroad it thru as they now control the Senate or Obama will just totally ignore the Constitution and declare it law. By the way, they also intend to take “TOTAL” control of the internet using the same technique!!! It is a done deal and D.ick Morris has been warning about it on FOX forever!!!

So Obama signs the agreement to ban “ALL” guns, we are bound by this International Agreement and they NOW have the right to forcibly remove your guns from you.

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