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The largest expansion of gun control in Minnesota in decades is on the verge of becoming law.

Your help is needed right now to keep Republican state lawmakers from caving to radical DFL gun grabbers by letting it pass.

Click here to email your opposition to gun control to key lawmakers all at once NOW.

As you read this, the MASSIVE government spending bill containing a “Red Flag” gun confiscation AND Universal Gun Registration is in the middle of final negotiations in St. Paul. More

UN Small Arms Treaty: How they plan to disarm America

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On August 24, U.N. “Small Arms Treaty” nations are set to kick off a secretive, closed-door conference in Mexico City to begin making their utopian vision of a gun-free globe a reality . . .

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And without your IMMEDIATE action, I’m afraid this conference is going to result in a horde of new U.N.-directed anti-gun regulations and restrictions here in the United States as early as this fall.

Since day one of President Barack Obama’s administration, gun-grabbers have salivated over the prospects of finally realizing the United Nations’ so-called “Small Arms Treaty.”

Obama1In the works since the 1990’s Clinton administration, the U.N.’s “Small Arms Treaty” is the gun-grabbers’ crown jewel.

It’s gun control on a global scale – setting the stage for international bureaucrats to finally realize their goal of registering and CONFISCATING firearms around the world.

Today, even after a handful of half-measures by Congress to hold off implementation, I’m afraid the gun-grabbers could very well get their wish – all under the guise of combating “Insurgents, armed gang members, pirates, [and] terrorists” according to the U.N.’s Department of Disarmament Affairs.

That’s why it’s critical you click here to sign your “NO U.N. Gun Ban” petition to your U.S. kerrymccainRepresentative and Senators right away.

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Second Amendment supporters here in America can’t afford to stick our heads in the sand any longer – not with the gun control freight train I fear is headed our way.

Thanks to the efforts of good folks like you, many Second Amendment supporters cheered when the U.S. Senate refused to take up the U.N.’s “Small Arms Treaty” for ratification.

And I know many took a sigh of relief when Congress passed legislation curtailing the use of American tax dollars for the full Treaty’s implementation last year.

But I’m afraid all of the celebrations started too soon.

130 nations – including the United States – have signed on to the Treaty signaling conceptual support. 67 have ratified it requiring legal compliance with the U.N.’s demands.

The number of anti-gun provisions incorporated in the Treaty and now being pushed by the U.N. are almost too many to list.

UN1 But by far the worst of its provisions encourage nations that accept the terms of the U.N.’s “Small Arms Treaty” to provide the details of “end users” of firearms.

This is nothing more than gun registration – ensuring INTERNATIONAL bureaucrats have all the information they need to create a global database of gun owners at their fingertips.

Now, emboldened by the U.N. Treaty “entering into force” on Christmas Eve of 2014, gun-grabbers can hardly contain their glee.

They believe bureaucratic red tape, new regulations being imposed by the Obama administration – and new Treaty standards American gun manufacturers will have to abide by to export firearms to many countries – will ultimately bring the U.S. to its knees.

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In fact, one spokesman for the anti-gun International Action Network on Small Arms bragged that even countries that refuse to ratify the Treaty will ultimately comply “because of peer pressure but also market pressure.”

And another anti-gun country’s foreign minister bragged, “we expect the U.S. to abide by the Treaty even if ratification will take some time.”

In April, a three-day training course was conducted for international government officials who signed the Treaty “on how to implement its provisions effectively” in Geneva, Switzerland.

In August, a secretive “First Conference of State Parties to the Arms Trade Treaty” is set to take place in Mexico City.

The doors will be closed to anyone who hasn’t supported the treaty. But you and I know what their target will be. More

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