UN Treaty Now Supercedes 2nd Amendment

by Craig Masters

The United States signed the UN Arms treaty. The 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is now officially void – according to the United Nations and President Obama.

From The United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs:
small arms are the weapons of choice in modern-day intra-State armed conflict and armed violence. But heavier categories of weapons are being used against civilians as well. Therefore, it is important for the United Nations that the Arms Trade Treaty covers all conventional arms, and their ammunition.

Obama directed Secretary of State John Kerry to sign the treaty Wednesday, September 25. A treaty signed by the authorized representative of the United States is binding on every American as if it were written into our Constitution.

Gun Control for U.S. citizens is now Gun Control by the United Nations. Obama wins again!

There is no point arguing about Colorado’s gun laws any longer. The UN can now require its duly appointed officials (armed federal agents) to stop the transfer or sale of even small arms between American citizens.

Secret and unconstitutional FISA judges have allowed the feds to record our private conversations – now those Americans who may have talked on the phone about their guns may have those conversations handed over to the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs.

Are you beginning to see the pattern? Chip away at the constitution until people are convinced that whatever the President does must be legal – because the President did it. Most people today wouldn’t know that that was exactly the defense Nixon used when accused of using the FBI and CIA to spy on citizens.

According to a Rassmussen poll 48% of Americans approve of the job the President is doing. Isn’t that the same percentage of people on welfare or foodstamps or something? But 63% want the government to have less power and money. And yet only 51% would approve of the government being shutdown in order to stop Obamacare.

There is no consistency of understanding.

Do you now understand why Obamaschool curriculum is so critical for the continuing dumbing down of the people?

Maybe the next time you are asked to show your ‘gun permit’ you should simply hand the official copies of your birth certificate and the Constitution with the 2nd Amendment highlighted.

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12 Responses to UN Treaty Now Supercedes 2nd Amendment

  1. Timothy says:

    Sounds just like what Hitler did. Make it legal and take them away.

  2. Bill says:

    I think you need to do some more research on the Constitution. The Senate needs to ratify this treaty by two thirds for it to become binding. Kerry signing it simply moves it forward. A bad thing indeed, but his signing it does not make it binding. It only moves it forward to the Senate floor.

  3. Chris Mallory says:

    The US Constitution Article 2, Section 2:
    “He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur….”

    So, no it is not binding on every American until 2/3rds of the Senate vote to ratify it.

  4. And in other news, THE SKY IS FALLING! THE SKY IS FALLING!

    Film at 11.

  5. This is incorrect: while the treaty has been signed, it has not yet been ratified by the Senate, so it has no force of law. Even if it is ratified, U.S. case law, notably Reid v. Covert, have concluded that treaties do not supersede protections afforded citizens under the Bill of Rights.

    That said, courts have been reluctant to rule that many laws infringe on the 2nd Amendment.

  6. bossmanham says:

    Uh…the executive branch alone cannot ratify a treaty, first of all. It requires the ratification of the Senate, which simply will not happen.

    Second, if a treaty violates the constitution, it is null and void.

    I agree this is infuriating that our idiot potus hates our nation so much, but let’s not get carried away.

  7. William Baker says:

    Even the title of this article is bogus. Nothing is superceded until ratified by the senate. As much as I hate lying politicians and idiots in favor of this treaty, I can’t stand it when people on my side lie with misleading articles such as this one.

  8. Geoff says:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reid_v._Covert
    Your title is misleading.
    Constitution supersedes Treaties

  9. dan says:

    ALL traitors to the Constitution…will be judged…one way or another….Semper Fi

  10. D Willden says:

    This article is Pure FUD BS (Fear Uncertainty and Doubt Bull Stuff). No treaty can have any force of law until it is ratified by a 2/3 majority of the Senate, and no treaty even once ratified can supersede the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

    The President may want this to come into play but it cannot. The only way this can affect our rights to keep and bear arms is that it may get difficult to buy the may various international weapons types. At least until those manufacturers open plants here in the US to keep their biggest legal market satisfied.

    The author of this needs to study how treaties and the Constitution work. Clinton Signed Kyoto, but we were never obligated to do anything because the Senate never ratified it.

  11. John Fifield says:

    Someone needs to go back to their 9th grade civics class. No treaty is in force until ratified by 2/3 (67) of the Senate.

  12. Disgusted says:

    I am embarrassed for this once great nation. So many fought wars for our rights that many seem not to care about these days.
    I would hope all military will understand what is happening here. Do their job.

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