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AGI The PerfecT STorm he folks at United Nations… must be rubbing their hands with glee,” former congressman Bob Barr wrote in his Atlanta JournalConstitution editorial “‘Perfect Storm’ for UN Gun Control Agenda.” Why would that be? “The United States reversed policy on Wednesday and said it would back launching talks on a treaty to regulate arms sales,” Reuters reported. “US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the United States would support the talks as long as the negotiating forum, the so-called Conference on the Arms Trade Treaty, ‘operates under the rules of consensus decision-making.’” Still, even this polar shift wasn’t good enough for the globalist gun-grabbers. An Oxfam/Amnesty International press release complained “Governments must resist any US demands to give any single state the power to veto the treaty as this could hold the process hostage during the course of negotiations.” Conversely, the Heritage Foundation warned “The US cannot ensure that the conference will operate on such a basis, nor can consensus guarantee that the US’ export controls… will form the basis for an arms trade treaty.” This is just the most recent in a series of international attempts to give foreign governments a say in US gun policy. We also have a US/Mexico joint gun control effort co-chaired by the former head of the US Drug Enforcement Administration and the Customs and Border Protection agency. Among their goals, per the Associated Press, “The US should do more to stop the smuggling of firearms and ammunition into Mexico by stepping up investigations of gun dealers and more strictly regulating gun shows. “The Binational Task Force on the United States-Mexico Border listed the assault weapons ban as a step the US “T Watch a FREE online video by going to: Ad Code: ADDED BONUS! You will automatically receive a 2 Months FREE Trial Membership in the Gun Club Of America which includes the GCA monthly newsletter and GUNTECH monthly VIDEO MAGAZINE on DVD! An additional $60 value! - yours FREE with option to continue membership at only $29.95 per month. Call us today! 1-800-797-0867 GUNS0110 HUBER Tactical SNIPERSHIDE.COM SURPLUSRIFLE.COM 2 Stage Trigger “The control experienced over the shot is phenomenal” “You can really feel the difference!” (920) 921-9641 322 N. 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Then there’s… well, I’ll let The Washington Post tell you: “Obama announced that he will push the US Senate to ratify an inter-American armstrafficking treaty.” All, ultimately, working toward the goal of the International Action Network on Small Arms’ that “(M)any States already prohibit the civilian possession of light weapons….” Factor all of these squalls in with Article VI—“This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land”—and that perfect storm on the horizon may well be building strength. Visit David Codrea’s online journal “The War on Guns” at or visit to read his Examiner column. 60 WWW.GUNSMAGAZINE.COM • MARCH 2010

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