Saturday, June 24, 2006

NRA News


As we recently reported, the "U.N. Conference to Review Progress Made in the Implementation of the Programme of Action to Prevent and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects," will begin Monday, June 26. The conference's absurdly lengthy title tells you all you need to know--this meeting is about "action to prevent and eradicate" your rights. And make no mistake, the U.N., fueled and financed by the likes of Rebecca Peters and George Soros, is trying to do just that (if you have any doubt about where Rebecca Peters stands on the issue of a U.N. sanctioned ban on your firearms, please visit to view video of her publicly stating her views). But they're in for a fight.

As reported this week, conference chairman Prasad Kariyawasam has received more than 100,000 letters of complaint from Americans who want the U.N. to stay out of the business of regulating lawful gun ownership in the United States.

To learn how you can continue to fight the U.N.'s Global Gun Ban and save Your Right to Keep and Bear Arms, please visit, or call (800) 672-0636.

Help stop the U.N.'s attempt to thwart our Freedom. Please visit the site or call the toll-free number today!

The UN throws such shindigs the way like-minded neighborhoods hold block parties. Now, the NRA is an imperfect organization but it's the best one we have at the moment and has moved from it's previous mission which was to protect hunters rights in deciding precisely what shade of orange was appropriate to don in the woodlands. The membership has seen what happened to previously staunch 2nd Amendment states such as Texas, and if anything, the diminishment of the Lone Star State was something of a wakeup call. If the gun grabbers could turn Texas into a cringing facsimile of itself then they can do it to ALL of us, and while I don't for a nanosecond believe that the United Nations could take away my guns...there are not enough blue-helmets to go around should their pedophile storm troppers come a-knockin'...totally dismissing their efforts would be a foolish thing to do.

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