Overthrowing A Tyrannical Government Is Not Deemed A ‘Legitimate’ Use Of FirearmsSubmitted by Trevor Lyman on Thu, 10/03/2013 - 13:07
An important set of documents were crafted by the U.N. Coordinating Action on Small Arms (CASA). These include “modules” on gun control to serve as “model legislation” for countries that sign on to the Arms Trade Treaty. The modules were developed by the Working Group on International Small Arms Control Standard (ISACS) and are currently in draft form.
The most relevant one is:
The U.N. wants to control who has weapons, what type of weapons they have, and they want to create a list of “legitimate” activities that you can perform with firearms. Here is what they say in the Introduction:
It is estimated that approximately three-quarters of all small arms in the world are in civilian possession and that the number of small arms in civilian hands is growing every year Most of these weapons are in the hands of law-abiding civilians who use them for legal purposes such as hunting, sport shooting, private security, collection as heritage items, etc.
You’ll notice that throughout this entire document they refer to everyone as “civilians”. In the U.N.’s opinion, only the military and police are allowed to carry weapons legally. Everyone else (i.e. “civilians”) have to prove that they have a legitimate need and are using firearms for “legitimate” purposes. The United Nations specifically listed these three goals:
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