As if a gun grabbing President and Attorney General weren’t enough of a threat to our Second Amendment rights, we have the specter of the United Nations – funded by billionaire NWO minion George Soros – coming after our guns, as well. What’s more, it looks like they may succeed in disarming us, all via the use of international treaties that will make the United States subject to the same laws used to disarm the rest of the world.

As mentioned in the video, this is unstoppable, as the people who work for the U.N. are not elected officials. There is no way to fire them, no way to remove them from office and no way to keep them from carrying out their agenda. All that is necessary for them to succeed is for them to do as Australia has done and sign the same U.N. treaty that makes us answerable to the same gun laws. Legislation can be repealed, but an international treaty is forever, and if you think there is anyone in our own government who will stop this from being signed, think again.

Our own government has been denying the Second Amendment for over 75 years, since the National Firearms Act of 1934 did away with our right to have automatic weapons. Since then, Congress, the NRA and all other “pro-gun” groups have consistently acted to see to it the infringement continues. If you are among those who doubt the NRA’s complicity, ask yourself why it is they have never demanded the full repeal of all existing gun laws, as well as why they have actually supported many of them, including so-called “concealed carry” laws, which turn our inalienable right into a government-granted privilege, complete with restrictions on what types of weapons we may carry concealed, where we may carry them concealed, and how we may carry them concealed, as well as requiring us to register them and pay for taking a firearms training course. None of this is required by the Second Amendment and we already have the right to carry any weapons we choose in any manner we choose, anywhere and any time. The Second Amendment makes no stipulations as to who may own a gun – it doesn’t even limit itself to guns, in fact. The actually wording is “arms,” meaning any weaponry. The Second Amendment places no restrictions upon the people in any way, but it does restrict the government: “…the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”