Global Gun Grabbers: The United Nations and One-World Gun ControlThis article is reprinted from the September 1996 issue of The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor. The address of the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor is P.O. Box 84904, Phoenix, Arizona 85071
The United Nations and other New World Order groups have been quietly campaigning over the past few years for global gun control, which would lead to mass firearms confiscations around the world, but especially in America.
A worldwide ban on private firearms ownership is not a new idea, but it has gained momentum since 1994. The concept was promoted by U.S. Senator Glenn Taylor of Idaho immediately after the end of World War II. Every year from 1945 to 1950, Taylor introduced resolutions that called for global disarmament. The blatantly pro-U.N. Taylor called for a world government that would "disarm [private citizens] down to the last gun."
In 1958, Grenville Clark (former president of United World Federalists) and Louis B. Sohn co-authored World Peace Through World Law. The book called for a U.N. military that would have "a coercive force of overwhelming power."
Local police departments would be virtually disarmed under the Clark/Sohn plan. They wrote, "No nation shall allow the possession by its internal police forces of any arms or equipment except of the types permitted by the regulations of the [U.N.] General Assembly ... and in no case shall the number of revolvers and rifles combined exceed one for each member of the internal police forces. Draconian limits on ammunition were also spelled out.
Although provision for "licensed" gun ownership were mentioned in World Peace, they were just camouflage. Clark and Sohn would ban ownership of "any military equipment whatsoever" [McAlvany Ed. Note: That means ALL guns!] and allow ammunition production only "so far as the General Assembly may authorize."
The globalist duo obviously feared the possibility that "police forces, supplemented by civilians armed with sporting rifles and fowling pieces [shotguns] might conceivably constitute a serious threat to a neighboring country in the absence of a well-disciplined and heavily armed world police."
Clark and Sohn's power-hungry mindset is identical to what can be found today among politicians of both major parties. Ask Ted Kennedy, Mark Hatfield, Charles Schumer, John Chaffee, Dianne Feinstein, Christie Todd Whitman, Patrick Moynihan, Pete Wilson, and Janet Reno what they think about the plans outlined in Global Peace, and you would receive an enthusiastic endorsement of same.
"The diabolical plan for total national and individual disarmament spelled out by Clark and Sohn in 1958 was initiated by the CFR coterie in the Kennedy Administration and has been carried forward by CFR one-worlders in each successive administration," wrote William Jasper, senior editor of The New American (P.O. Box 8040, Appleton, WI 54913).
Jasper declared, "This conspiracy for empowering the United Nations with unprecedented and unparalleled force, if allowed to succeed would establish a global tyranny so monstrous that the murderous regimes of Hitler, Stalin and Mao would pale by comparison."
Have you noticed the gun controversy in England in the aftermath of the Dunblane killings? Such tragedies as Dunblane are a welcome resource for anti-gun reformers, who shamelessly take advantage of the wrecked emotions of the survivors to promote the disarmament agenda. Nobody wants to consider that the British government has probably killed more children (so-called collateral casualties) than Thomas Hamilton ever dreamed of murdering. Before we consider disarming the alleged psychopaths, let's disarm the governments.
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On the Road with Buffalo Hunter
This arrived late, but we made room for it anyway.
Last Friday, Buff was in a little bar in Abilene Texas, sippin' a Lone Star Beer and watchin' the big screen while the Longhorns tromped the Aggies. Sometime during the second quarter, a lovely young lady quietly slipped in and sat down in an empty chair next to Buff. She eyed him surreptitiously while pretending to watch the game. Buff noticed this, of course, and as the half-time show began, they started a conversation. Buff may be all there and healthy, but he's also been around enough to look before he leaps. That being the case, he didn't rush immediately into uncharted territory — the conversation started out pretty much limited to small talk about the game. However, after only a few minutes of this, the lady jumped up and, acting insulted, loudly proclaimed, "Listen you son of a bitch, I'm damned sure not in that line of work and if I was I damned sure wouldn't be available for five dollars!"
Buff, who'd only been talking about the game, was taken completely by surprise by this unexpected outburst. He had no ready answer at all, and simply stared open mouthed as the young lady moved to the other side of the room, the very picture of insulted virtue. Buff was understandably embarrassed.
Life goes on, and so did the game. Buff quickly settled in with his Lone Star for the second half. However, in only a few minutes the lady returned and again sat next to Buff. He determined to ignore her, but she leaned over and began a conversation.
"I owe you an apology," she said.
Buff muttered something under his breath.
"Really," she pleaded, "there's a good reason for what I did."
"You're just naturally a bitch?" ventured Buff.
"No," she said, "although I wouldn't blame you for thinking so. You see," she continued, "I'm taking a graduate level psychology class at A&M and we're studying people's reactions to unexpected and embarrassing situations. I watched you from over there and noted how long it took you to regain your composure, and how you went about it. When you —"
"What!!" Buff yelled, jumping to his feet and overturning his chair. "You must be crazy! I wouldn't pay five hundred dollars if you was Delta Burke herself!"
Buff marched out of the bar, the very picture of indignation, and left the young lady sitting there, the unhappy center of attention.
Buck Hunter Shoots Off His Mouth
— Young LadyDear Young Lady
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