UN has Plan B to kill our gun rights
September 10, 2012They never rest…. Trying to take our gun rights away from us. Just when we thought the U. S. had blasted the proposed UN gun control initiative, we learn that the UN now is working on "Plan B." World Net Daily reports:
Americans who thought the United Nations' gun-grabbing agenda collapsed with the adjournment of the Small Arms Treaty meetings in July are in for a surprise. Click here to read the rest of the story, which includes active links in the excerpt above.
Enter the U.N. Programme Against Small Arms, an administrative program that National Association for Gun Rights Executive Vice President Dudley Brown says wouldn't require a vote in Congress to be enacted, but has so far flown under the radar of most gun-rights groups.
A U.N. conference called the "Second 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) that concluded this past week drafted a 2012 report that says the body maintains its commitment eliminate small arms trade, despite the July setback.
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"In implementing the Programme of Action at the national level," the report said, "States, where they have not yet done so, undertake: To support the development and implementation of adequate laws, regulations and administrative procedures to prevent, combat and eradicate the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects, including diversion of small arms and light weapons to unauthorized recipients.
"To establish or strengthen, as appropriate," the report continued, "national coordination mechanisms to improve coordination among governmental agencies, in particular among law enforcement, national border and customs control agencies, and arms transfer licensing authorities, to implement the Programme of Action.
"This should include aspects of the illicit manufacture, control, trafficking, circulation, brokering and trade, as well as tracing, finance, collection and destruction of small arms and light weapons," the report concluded.
The full scope of what the program intends to accomplish are explained on the U.N. Office for Disarmament Affairs web site.