Obama’s plan to disarm America
By Douglas J. Hagmann
28 May 2012
Slipping silently under the radar is an insidious plan by Barack Hussein Obama, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder and legislative globalists is a plan to disarm American citizens. The initial reaction of most reasonable people in America would be to cry out “impossible!” and cite our right to possess firearms under the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. That was my reaction as well, until I began a lengthy and complex investigation into the realm of the U.N., current U.S. leadership, and related non-governmental agencies (NGOs). I was unprepared for what I discovered. The trail leading to ultimate global gun control that includes the U.S. is a long, twisted and arduous route that is not easily followed, but I’ll attempt to summarize my findings in a succinct and logical format.
Treaties in general
There is much discussion that the U.S. will never enter into any international treaty ceding U.S. sovereignty as it would take at least two-thirds of the Senate to ratify. Once ratified, a treaty would also be as binding as a Constitutional Amendment, something Americans would never accept. Before you argue that U.S. citizens would never stand for an agreement that is essentially an “end around” the U.S. Constitution and as binding as a Constitutional Amendment, just consider recent Executive Orders, the passage of the health care bill, the establishment of a “super congress,” and other things thought to be virtually impossible in present-day America. Other legal arguments concerning international treaties exist but are beyond the intended scope of this article.
The push to disarm U.S. citizens
To put things into perspective, first consider the statement made by Barack Hussein Obama to Sarah Brady during a meeting on 30 March 2011 concerning gun control: “I just want you to know that we are working on it. We have to go through a few processes, but under the radar.” That statement alone should sufficiently establish this administration’s intent on gun control.