Is Obama anti-gun or not?


6shootercarry

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I considered adding a few more but did not want anyone to think I am biased against him.:biggrin:

You? No.. Upstanding citizen and patriot... Wait.. Yea that would make you biased.:laugh:

Anyone who calls herself/himself an upstanding citizen and patriot should be biased against him...:biggrin:

Peace...
 

father-of-three

New member
Here is the section from the United Nations Millennium Declaration related to "small arms."

• To take concerted action to end illicit traffic in small arms and light weapons,
especially by making arms transfers more transparent and supporting regional
disarmament measures, taking account of all the recommendations of the
forthcoming United Nations Conference on Illicit Trade in Small Arms and
Light Weapons.

Here's the UN Resolution it's based on:

Resolution adopted by the General Assembly
[on the report of the First Committee (A/59/459)]
59/86. The illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all
its aspects
The General Assembly,
Recalling its resolutions 56/24 V of 24 December 2001, 57/72 of 22 November
2002 and 58/241 of 23 December 2003,
Emphasizing the importance of early and full implementation of the
Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small
Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects, adopted by the United Nations
Conference on the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its
Aspects,1
Welcoming the efforts by Member States to submit, on a voluntary basis,
national reports on their implementation of the Programme of Action,
Noting with satisfaction regional and subregional efforts being undertaken in
support of the implementation of the Programme of Action, and commending the
progress that has already been made in this regard,
Taking note of the report of the Secretary-General on the implementation of
resolution 58/241,2
Welcoming the convening of the Open-ended Working Group to Negotiate an
International Instrument to Enable States to Identify and Trace, in a Timely and
Reliable Manner, Illicit Small Arms and Light Weapons, which held its first
two-week substantive session in New York from 14 to 25 June 2004,
Welcoming also the broad-based consultations held by the Secretary-General
with all Member States, interested regional and subregional organizations,
international agencies and experts in the field on further steps to enhance
international cooperation in preventing, combating and eradicating illicit brokering
in small arms and light weapons, and noting the report of the Secretary-General in
this regard,2
_______________
1 See Report of the United Nations Conference on the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All
Its Aspects, New York, 9–20 July 2001 (A/CONF.192/15), chap. IV, para. 24.
2 A/59/181.
A/RES/59/86
2
1. Decides that the 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 Aspects1 shall be held
in New York for a period of two weeks, from 26 June to 7 July 2006;
2. Also decides that the preparatory committee for the conference shall hold
a two-week session in New York from 9 to 20 January 2006, and reiterates that, if
necessary, a subsequent session of up to two weeks in duration may be held;
3. Further decides that the second biennial meeting of States, as stipulated in
the Programme of Action, to consider the national, regional and global implementation
of the Programme of Action shall be held in New York from 11 to 15 July 2005;
4. Expresses its appreciation for the efforts undertaken by the Chair of the
Open-ended Working Group to Negotiate an International Instrument to Enable
States to Identify and Trace, in a Timely and Reliable Manner, Illicit Small Arms
and Light Weapons, encourages the continued active participation of delegations in
the remaining sessions of the Open-ended Working Group, and stresses the
importance of making every effort to ensure that a positive outcome is achieved by
the Open-ended Working Group;
5. Requests the Secretary-General, while seeking the views of States, to
continue to hold broad-based consultations, within available financial resources,
with all Member States and interested regional and subregional organizations on
further steps to enhance international cooperation in preventing, combating and
eradicating illicit brokering in small arms and light weapons, with a view to
establishing, after the 2006 review conference and no later than 2007, and after the
conclusion of the work of the Open-ended Working Group, a group of governmental
experts, appointed by him on the basis of equitable geographical representation, to
consider further steps to enhance international cooperation in preventing, combating
and eradicating illicit brokering in small arms and light weapons, and requests the
Secretary-General to report to the General Assembly at its sixtieth session on the
outcome of his consultations;
6. Reaffirms the importance of ongoing efforts at the regional and
subregional levels in support of the implementation of the Programme of Action,
and invites all Member States that have not yet done so to examine the possibility of
developing and adopting regional and subregional measures, as appropriate, to
combat the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects;
7. Continues to encourage all initiatives to mobilize resources and expertise
to promote the implementation of the Programme of Action and to provide
assistance to States in its implementation;
8. Requests the Secretary-General to continue to collate and circulate data
and information provided by States on a voluntary basis, including national reports,
on the implementation by those States of the Programme of Action, and encourages
Member States to submit such reports;
9. Also requests the Secretary-General to report to the General Assembly at
its sixtieth session on the implementation of the present resolution, including any
outcome of the work of the Open-ended Working Group;
10. Decides to include in the provisional agenda of its sixtieth session the
item entitled “The illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects”.
66th plenary meeting
3 December 2004

The key word here is "Illicit." If the UN decides that gun ownership in the US is "Illicit," then there's trouble.
At the very least, this is a(nother!) slippery slope.

The Founding Fathers would never have bought into a United Nations Governing Authority, nor should we.
The more stake we have in our own destiny as a country, the better off we are.
 

HK4U

New member
Like many other atrocities that the NWO establishment has crammed downed the throats of the American citizens over the last century or so the UN is meant to help destroy our constitution and steer us toward their one world government.. The federal reserve act of 1913 and the progressive income tax are just a couple more. There has been steady chipping away of our rights.
 

6shootercarry

New member
The key word here is "Illicit." If the UN decides that gun ownership in the US is "Illicit," then there's trouble.
At the very least, this is a(nother!) slippery slope.

Show me a liberal left wing democrap or Demonrat (copyright JJFlash enterprises 2009) who voted for Barak that would say "none of them are illicit". "All of them are perfectly legal"...

The Founding Fathers would never have bought into a United Nations Governing Authority, nor should we. The more stake we have in our own destiny as a country, the better off we are.

The UN comes to the aid of countries in which peoples rights are being violated by people with guns who oppress the people by enforcing rules such as "No ownership or possession of firearms" Yet they are willing to ask us to violate ours? Our founding fathers would have laughed their conservative right-of-center asses off..:haha:

My 2 pennies out there for public rebuke...

Peace...
 
fuck the U.N., just don't shoot till you see the whites of their eyes

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twogunwilly

American
Kick the UN out of this country along with all the progressive/liberals. Their Shangrila is north to Canada--GET Vermin, MYOFB
 
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Thank you, ronwill. You are a gentleman! :pleasantry:
 

K-VilleMedic

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I dont trust him as far as I could sling a bull by its you know whats. I bet it is on his things to do list. Right now he has some bigger fish to fry, I look for his gun ban/control will come out of the last few pages in the health care plan. Tax on a tanning booth, you do the math.
 
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mojo

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you can bet that this POSPOTUS is working behind the scenes with Emanuel to do everything they can to erode away our 2ND amendment rights. with this guy it is all about power; the health care fiasco is about power, the bailing out of GM , Chrysler and kissing the a$$ of the unions is about power.......all the power he can get and any way he can to get it. remember that an armed citizenry is the real threat to one who would be king.
 

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