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In Fridays edition of the USA Today Kevin Johnson and Aamer Madhani reported:
“Building on its campaign to restrict high-powered firearms the Obama administration issued two directives Thursday that would ban the private re-importation of surplus military firearms originally provided to U.S. allies and require applicants who seek to transfer guns to trusts or corporations to undergo criminal background checks.”
Once again the Obama administration is attacking the ability of law abiding citizens to own firearms. Does any law abiding citizen benefit from that action? No, but it does benefit criminals who do not want law abiding citizens to be able to protect themselves. Does anyone else benefit from this action?
On August 5, 2013 The United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs issued a letter that said in part:
“Within the discussion framework, we have discovered many problem areas that must be addressed,
They are:
6) Finally, codification of laws to completely make any and all firearms illegal to own, possess or use outside of military and law enforcement usage.
7) Creation of United Nations Police Taskforce with the specific mission of assisting member nations with the collection of weaponry from civilian hands.”
Is it just coincidence that the Obama administration seems to be working hand in hand with the people who want a one world government?

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