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HankStone 04-14-2013 12:10 AM

This May Be The End My Friends?
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46 U.S. Senators voted to forfeit the Constitution to foreign powers on March 23. The mainstream media covered it up.

Written By: Bob - Apr• 13•13

On March 23, Democrat and Independent Senators took aim at the Constitution. They missed.

We’re somehow just finding out that on March 23, 46 American senators voted against a simple resolution affirming American sovereignty. Instead, they voted to forfeit the Second Amendment to the United Nations and their Arms Trade Treaty.

I can’t find any record of any mainstream media commenting on the vote, and yet it happened; here it is for all the world to see.

Enemies Foreign and Domestic trilogy author and former Navy SEAL Matt Bracken sums up the situation:

Hello All, here is the list of all the TRAITORS in the U. S. Senate- Good there were none listed for OK, AR, TX, NC

People this needs to go viral. These Senators voted to let the UN take our guns. They need to lose the election. We have been betrayed.

46 Senators Voted to Give your 2nd Amendment Constitutional Rights to the U.N.

46 Senators voted to betray the Constitution. The media, which was there to witness the travesty, seems to have purposefully refused to tell the American people about the vote.

Think upon these dual betrayals, my fellow Americans, and pray for guidance.

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FullautoUSA 04-14-2013 01:01 AM

We are in dark days. However, the seeds of a political revolution are being planted.

towboater 04-14-2013 01:47 AM

No UN is gonna take my guns.

rhyno13 04-14-2013 02:08 AM

And I quote, "From my cold dead hands"

SB777 04-14-2013 02:11 AM

This issue needs a detailed review of facts. Not that I condone The New York Times as an impartial news agency but, the article in the link below notes the following: "Those opposed to the accord have misrepresented what it does, suggesting that it would somehow infringe on American gun owners’ rights. It would do nothing of the kind.

The treaty applies only to international transfers of conventional arms and, in fact, reaffirms “the sovereign right of any State to regulate and control conventional arms” within its territory. The treaty’s preamble also makes specific reference to the legitimate trade, lawful ownership and use of certain conventional arms for recreational, cultural, historical and sporting activities.

Secretary of State John Kerry emphasized these points in his statement welcoming the treaty’s adoption, noting that “nothing in this treaty could ever infringe on the rights of American citizens under our domestic law or the Constitution, including the Second Amendment,” a point on which the United States insisted throughout the negotiations. This treaty has no reach into domestic gun policy, nor would it create a United Nations gun registry. There is absolutely nothing in it that violates the Second Amendment."

Also, assuming the Times reporting accurate, 154 countries voted in favor of the treaty and 3 voted against it. The three that voted against it were Iran, North Korea and Syria. That would make me wonder if we want to be on the same side with those three nations.

dwmiller 04-14-2013 02:14 AM


Originally Posted by rhyno13 (Post 1213124)
And I quote, "From my cold dead hands"

And I second that wholeheartedly!:cool:

robocop10mm 04-14-2013 02:16 AM

OMG. This again? Please chicken little. Up your dosage

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