UN Arms Trade Treaty, The Biden Occupation, & The American People ~ VIDEO

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President Obama had Secretary of State John Kerry sign the treaty for him on 09/25/2013.

New York, NY – -(AmmoLand.com)- It’s that time again folks, as the Seventh Conference of the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) will take place August 30 to September 3 (2021) in Geneva, Switzerland.

But let’s first deal with the sitting Democrat Whitehouse Resident Joe Biden, and let’s ask how the U.S. Senate might give Advice & Consent to the treaty. Will Biden re-sign onto the ATT? After all, the “pushing for the ratification of the Arms Trade treaty” is part of the Democrat platform. It’s a good bet that he will re-sign onto it.

Will the Senate give its approval so Biden can make the U.S. a Signatory State? Probably not, because our Constitution requires a two-thirds vote, of the Senate, when it comes to treaties.

We understand that American Socialist Democrats have given up any semblance of truth and moral behavior. They have shown a propensity for illegal acts in order to get their way. They have no goal, but to take control of our country, and we gun owners lay directly in their path.

The ATT might tend to benefit them on their way to this goal, so it’s very likely that American Socialists will fight like the devil for a democrat victory in the Senate.

First, a little history.

President Obama had Secretary of State John Kerry sign the treaty for him on 09/25/2013. [rumors are Obama is pulling the strings at the Biden white house] At the signing Kerry firmly explained,

“This treaty will not diminish anyone’s freedom. In fact, the treaty recognizes the freedom of both individuals and states to obtain, possess, and use arms for legitimate purposes.”

Then, to the Democrats’ dismay, President Trump spoke at the National Rifle Association meeting of April 26, 2019, and told NRA members that he would un-sign the treaty. President Trump kept this promise when he notified the U.N. on July 18, 2019, and eliminated future U.S. legal obligations.

It is important to note that President Trump requested the return of the ATT document from the Senate, but it was not returned to the White House as of October 18, 2019. At that time, we had a Republican Senate led by Mitch McConnell. Gun owners can read a serious warning into this little act of rebellion by Republicans against President Trump, even though there was no practical significance to retaining the ATT document.

Back to the present.

Now, what will Resident Biden do? It’s a good assumption that his handlers will bring him a copy of the ATT, tell him to sign it, and march the newly re-signed document off to the Senate for Advice & Consent. This is because our Constitution, in Article II, Section 2, states, “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.”

We could stop right here, right now, because it seems unlikely that the Senate would consent to this document by two-thirds, i.e. 66 yea votes, even with critters like Mitt Romney.

But can we really trust our Republican Senators to protect the Constitution?

Remember, the Republican Senators were not overly friendly to President Trump, as he was a friend to the NRA and to patriotic Americans. Non-friends, of our friends, just might have a little surprise waiting. After all, the ATT probably cannot harm our Second Amendment, and the full Senate will probably not be able to pass it with the needed two-thirds vote.

Obviously, gun owners can not trust the Senate to do the right thing. They might pass it, Biden will re-sign it, and our Country might find itself obligated to the will of the ATT Secretariat of the U.N. in Geneva. The ATT Secretariat is a new U.N. bureaucracy for global arms control. These folks loathe America’s 400 million civilian guns, and they abhor American gun owners.

Unless the ATT requirements are deemed unconstitutional by our judiciary, our government would tend to comply, based upon who is in the White House. But we have seen that even a conservative Court does not always protect the Second Amendment. There are many exceptions, many needless gun bans, many laws based on unreasonable fear.

Sadly, we can not trust our judiciary to be honest, either.

Countries that join the ATT are required to send an initial report, and then yearly reports, that include full details of weapons imports and exports. Many countries refuse to fulfill these requirements, as they do not want to tell their enemies what they have. But our country would probably comply, again, depending upon who’s in office. These reports would then be sent to the ATT Secretariat.

These reports are encouraged to include ‘end users’ information. Would the ‘end users’ of imported weapons include American civilians? Very possibly YES. American civilians do end up with many imported small arms.

  • Could global enemies of civilian firearms ownership come into possession of American gun owner lists? Theoretically, YES. Remember, we do not even trust our government with that knowledge!

Theoretically, lists of American ‘end user’ details might become available to the ATT Secretariat. How could that be? Could this really happen? YES. Is it a serious problem? YES. Importers and exporters will generate huge amounts of information that treaty proponents require to make the treaty work, as promised.

  • Could our manufacturers be compelled to comply? Sadly, YES, as our government would hold their Federal Firearms License (FFL) over their heads.
  • Could our distributors be compelled to comply? Sadly, YES, as our government would hold their FFL over their heads.
  • Could our dealers be compelled to comply? Sadly, YES, as our government would hold their FFL over their heads.
  • Could ATF Form 4473 and NICS be utilized to track who buys what? Sadly YES, with a Congressional tweak.

We are offering the worst-case scenario. We must remember, Kerry, said we could keep our arms “for legitimate purposes.” How do they define ‘legitimate?And how will our Judiciary handle this problem in the future?

The Global ATT proponents, and our own homegrown Democrat Socialists, do not accept self-defense as a legitimate purpose. The ATT acknowledges arms for, “recreational, cultural, historical, and sporting activities,” even though it notes the “inherent right of all states to an individual or collective self-defense….” Note, the ‘right of all states,’ not individual persons.

The right of civilians to self-defense is ignored by the ATT. But our Second Amendment does include self-defense.

American gun owners have the right to be paranoid. Democrats are rushing to their goal by any means possible, stepping over their enemies, and the more corrupt their schemes, the happier they seem to be. We have seen years of incredible lies and misconceptions, and we are witnessing the theft of our nation. In their unguarded moments, they do tell us exactly what they intend to do to ban our guns.

Why should we not be suspicious of these folks who are working towards the destruction of the U.S. Constitution?

The Arms Trade Treaty may be signed if our Senators get bought off.

The Biden will sign it if approved by our Senate.

And the American People better be prepared if it is signed. As always stay heavily armed and very dangerouse.

About The Authors

Alan J Chwick has been involved with firearms much of his life and is the Retired Managing Coach of the Freeport NY Junior Marksmanship Club. He has escaped from New York State to South Carolina and is an SC FFL (Everything22andMore.com). [email protected] | TWITTER: @iNCNF

Joanne D Eisen, DDS (Ret.) practiced dentistry on Long Island, NY. She has collaborated and written on firearm politics for the past 30+ years. She has also escaped New York State, but to Virginia. [email protected]

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Green Mtn. Boy

Nothing supersedes the Constitution,silly DemoCommie’s just don’t get that fact but then again they aren’t playing with a full deck due to their mental disease


I wonder if John Obamacare Roberts & Trump’s 3 “Federalist” Society “Justices” will agree.


If you imagine that it’s just the Democrats, you’re the one not playing with a full deck.


He doesn’t think that, Tiger Boy.

Doug G.

And now we have senators calling for UN intervention because of our “race” problem. Add the Small Arms Treaty and the US becomes a lacky to the UN and all it’s corruption. I don’t trust any politician. Not one would put their job on the line for the American people.


Pop Quiz: What is John F…..g Kerry known for ? Answer: LYING !

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Henry Bowman

If the ATT gets signed, it’s war, and there will be NO rules of engagement against a traitorous government, its ministry of propaganda cohorts, or UN troops.

I don’t care what army you bring, I will NOT surrender d!ck to anyone.


What is it about people like you who somehow imagine it is patriotic to ask for permission to exercise your rights? Fuck off. You and that traitor Testor can blow each other while the whole of the criminal ATF watches.


What are you going on about?


Keep groveling, boys. I’m the real thing. I don’t need guns to be free, and I don’t need permission, not from you or the cocks you all suck while groveling.

Freedom happens inside you first, as you simple accept the gifts God gave you. The rest is all blather and politics. You think God wants me to call Testor to beg for what God already gave me??

Stockholm Syndrome is a bitch, huh?


Yeah, JimmyS, you are the real deal.

You’re complying – not by getting a permit, but by not getting a firearm.

Have you checked-in with God recently on your approach to discussing your views?

A couple people have come out loudly chastising others for taking action to attempt to influence Tester to vote no. Why would someone do that?


Talk Tough, Tiger Boy!


JimmyS carries his gat as he walks through those TSA checkpoints and tells those government employees he is patriotic and doesn’t need their permission. They kneel in submission to his awesomeness.

No need for JimmyS to call politicians and attempt to influence political decisions. He scoffs and slings his AR when he walks into banks – what are they going to do to JimmyS?


“what are they going to do to JimmyS?”

Nothing! They’re afraid of being downvoted.


When JimmyS is stopped by those Oklahoma enforcers who lie and support fellow liers, he gives ’em what fer.
Why worry about an ever-growing government and get involved to attempt to put the brakes on when you are JimmyS?


Ballad of Tiger Boy JimmyZ, was a rebel, He roamed, through the net. And JimmyZ, was a rebel, He chatted alone. He got fightin’ mad, This chatty lad, He packed his star as he wandered far Where the only law was a hook and a draw, the rebel. He searched the net, This chatty lad, He was panther quick and leather tough Cause he had figured that he’d been pushed enough, the rebel. He was fightin’ mad, This chatty lad, With a dream he would hold until his dying breath He would search your soul and risk your death. Away,… Read more »

Henry Bowman

JimmyS is doing it wrong; if you walk into a bank, go in with a shotty. Then announce you’re all out of bubble gum!


“Mama don’t like tattletales!”

Henry Bowman

I have been haranguing these idiots from day one, working with GOA and FPC to insure enough pressure is brought to bear on the Senate to keep Chipman out. Dems from red states or districts are vulnerable and can be bent to public pressure.

That being said, I will NOT stop exercising my Rights and I will not beg permission. All gun laws are infringements.


Good. I agree all gun laws are infringements. Regarding begging for permission – some people who post here define that as following any gun laws and they criticize people for following some gun laws. If, in a particular situation, someone believes their risk of being attacked by a violent criminal is 0.0001% and the risk of being handcuffed, charged with a felony, and hauled off to jail by a government employee is 10.0%, I find it odd that people (not saying you) would criticize them for not carrying. The person made a decision to mitigate their risk. Everyone has their… Read more »


Chatroom Commandos are like Rodney Dangerfield with the hat in Caddyshack. “Oh that’s the worst hat I ever saw… [Then he notices you’re there]… Looks good on YOU though.”

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lf it’s a poIitician, it can NOT be trusted. Period.


And likely deserves to be imprisoned for life. At a minimum.

Dry gulched

The word “trust” was used numerous times in this article and trust is not high on the list for any politician. They’re in it for themselves and are afraid to be beat up in the press. Basically we’re on our own.


It’s past time for our Republic to leave the UN.


Betting that Patriots’ understanding of “for legitimate purposes.”  and the Founding Fathers’ intent of the 2A ..shooting tyrannical politicians for tyrannical acts against America……with not be in alignment with Kerry’s and the UN’s understanding. Fortunately, reticle black contrasts nicely with UN Blue. For Burn/Loot/Mayhem and Antfart Black, there are illuminated reticles.

Ansel Hazen

Batteries have a way of showing you Murphy was right. My stuff is topped with Tritium.


As long as the crosshairs align….


What happened to “Consent of the governed”?


The governed stopped watering the tree of liberty, and stopped using tar and feathers. The corrupt politicians of both parties and permanent government employees saw the green light to do anything they want while protecting each other.

Ryben Flynn

“Countries that join the ATT are required to send an initial report, and then yearly reports, that include full details of weapons imports and exports.” The ATF does this every year. I have bookmarks on my hard drive going back to 2015. “Firearms Commerce in the United States. Annual Statistical Update (Year)” It gives the numbers on manufacture, import and export and NFA registered numbers by type. The data however is for the previous year, the 2020 report has the numbers for 2019, and the report is usually released 18 months after the reporting year. I just bookmarked the 2019… Read more »

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