UN Wants America Disarmed, NRA CEO LaPierre Tells TLS
UN Wants America Disarmed, NRA CEO LaPierre Tells TLS By Liberty Sentinel Staff for Liberty Sentinel
GAINESVILLE – The United Nations wants to disarm Americans and centralize control of all firearms in the hands of the UN and its member governments, National Rifle Association (NRA) CEO and Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre told The Liberty Sentinel.
“The U.N.’s philosophy is that governments should have guns and individuals shouldn’t,” he explained. “They don’t think in terms of rights or freedoms or liberty.”
Indeed, as The Liberty Sentinel reported recently, the UN played a key role in helping the Socialist regime in Venezuela disarm civilians.
Unsurprisingly, the disarmament campaign was followed by an explosion in violent crime and murder, turning Venezuela into the most dangerous and violent nation on earth.
The UN-backed gun-confiscation program also allowed the Chavez-Maduro regime to terrorize citizens with impunity, knowing that all of its law-abiding victims would be disarmed.
LaPierre’s comments were made as gun-rights activists and enthusiasts waited in long lines at Barnes and Noble to meet the prominent leader in the fight to defend the Second Amendment.
The NRA chief stopped in Gainesville on Oct. 26, 2007, to sign copies of his new book, The Global War on Your Guns: Inside the U.N. Plan to Destroy the Bill of Rights.
Since the book was released, LaPierre’s assertions have been confirmed, with the globalist organization–often dubbed a “dictators club” by critics–pushing the UN Arms Trade Treaty. Under the scheme, governments would be required to control all firearms and ammunition.
While the Obama administration supported the UN plan, the Trump administration has said it will never move as long as President Trump is in the White House. It would almost certainly be stopped in the U.S. Senate, too.
As LaPierra sat down having candid and at times lengthy conversations with members and fans, passer-bys may not have realized he was the leader of one of the most powerful non-profit organizations in the country.
Supporters expressed renewed hope for their cause with the release of LaPierre’s extensively researched book. The N.R.A., which has over 6 million members, is also seen as a source of hope in what supporters call a “battle for freedom.”
Some attendees expressed concern with the direction legislation has taken recently.
“Unfortunately critters like us are kind of endangered right now,” said Beatrice Straker after getting her book signed.
In an exclusive interview with The Liberty Sentinel, LaPierre discussed the themes of his book on the UN agenda. It centers on historical corruption in the United Nations, the anti-gun measures the organization has adopted, and the threat he believes they pose to the American way.
Among other concerns, LaPierre said the UN rejects the notion of private firearm ownership, arguing that guns should be controlled by “authorized state parties.” Those “authorized state parties,” of course, have slaughtered countless millions in the last century alone.