Gun control advocates are violent psychopaths
Couldn’t agree more.
Gun control advocates aren’t anti-gun. They are anti-society. What they really want is to have a tyrannical and thuggish government own all the guns and then use those guns against law abiding citizens to confiscate them.
That’s not anti-gun in any way conceivable.
Canada rejects UN human rights criticism detailed in Amnesty International report
“By every measure, be it respect for treaty and land rights, levels of poverty, average life spans, violence against women and girls, dramatically disproportionate levels of arrest and incarceration or access to government services such as housing, health care, education, water and child protection, Indigenous peoples across Canada continue to face a grave human rights crisis,” the report says.”
“In addition to the rights of Aboriginal peoples, Wednesday’s report says Canada needs improvement in seven other areas: women’s human rights, corporate accountability and trade policy, the rights of refugees and migrants, Canadians subject to human rights violations abroad, economic, social and cultural rights, the shrinking space for advocacy and dissent, and engagement with the multilateral human rights system.”
I really dislike John Baird.
What the Fuck Is NAFTA?
Since it was first introduced in 1994, NAFTA has been opposed by labor and student organizations in Mexico, the US, and Canada, the three signatories to this ‘agreement.’
Roughly, NAFTA is an economic law that deregulates capital movement through all three countries. It gives corporations the freedom to move entire operations untaxed, the ability to arbitrate as if they were citizens from those respective countries and, ultimately, the power to dictate the economy. For example, if Intel decides it is cheaper to manufacture processors in a facility in Guadalajara, NAFTA allows them to do so unopposed by the US government. It does not matter that this corporate freedom kills the Mexican IT sector, NAFTA is the law.
When Intel operates in Mexico, the Mexican government is forced to treat Intel as a Mexican corporation and affords them the same right to property as state enterprises. Intel is also not required to pay tariff dues as they used to be decades ago and, in fact, it receives subsidies from the Mexican government. This has effects the Mexican population through diminished tariff revenue for public services and infrastructure, a neoliberal trend present in all three countries.
NAFTA basically dictates that all three governments support corporate control of the economy.
The effects of NAFTA are also felt across economic sectors. For example, the movement of automobile manufacturing to Mexico, where labor laws are rarely enforced, has left large areas of the midwestern United States desolate; the area is referred to as the ‘rust-belt’ due to its abandoned manufacturing facilities.
Mexico’s maquiladoras, then, are obviously no good for Mexicans because they are economic production used to undercut the US worker. The way to undercut US workers is to neglect labor rights somewhere else. As a result, workers living on either side of the border are made more ‘competitive’ but competition within the NAFTA framework is narrowly defined as a demeanor and capacity to work for more time with less pay. NAFTA formally imposes a ‘race to the bottom’ as all workers are forced to participate in an economic competition they cannot possibly survive.
Through NAFTA, US corporations also manipulate the agricultural sector of Mexico. Remember, Mexico is still largely agrarian and many people survive through their own small scale farming operations. US corporations destroy this capacity by exporting lower quality products to Mexican firms and do so with the political protection and subsidies from the US government.
Monsanto, for instance, owns many acres of farm land and receives a federal subsidy for every bushel of corn planted regardless of quality. The subsidy is also given despite it being well known that Monsanto has near monopolistic control over corn and is consolidating control over publicly subsidized research in US universities as well. Monsanto’s federally subsidized corn is dumped into Mexico where Monsanto ‘fixes’ the price of maize - Monsanto and its Mexican subsidiaries raise the price of corn based products at will.
The effect is obvious: In Mexico, tortillas, corn and corn maize have all increased in price. Smaller farming operations are now unviable which displaces Mexican workers, forcing them to seek work in the United States.
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“States should work toward the introduction of appropriate national legislation, administrative regulations and licensing requirements that define conditions under which firearms can be acquired, used and traded by private persons. In particular, they should consider the prohibition of unrestricted trade and private ownership of small arms and light weapons.” — The United Nations’ Report of the Group of Governmental Experts on Small Arms, August 19, 1999
Links to informative news articles, essays and videos exposing the “gun control” (i.e. civilian disarmament) agenda:
Civilian Disarmament: Prelude to Tyranny
The Rise of the Robber State
The Untold Story of Gun Confiscation After Katrina
More Than A Right
Enemy Public Number One: The Government, The People and The Militia Today
A Warning to the Gun Owners of the World
No Guns for Jews
Are Guns To Blame?
2A Today for the USA
Operation Fast and Furious Exposed
Does the National Rifle Association Support Gun Owners?
More Guns, Less Crime
Guns versus Crime
Firearms and Personal Defense
The Why of Gun Ownership
Right to Bear Arms
Robert Williams and the 2nd Amendment
The UN: A Case for US Withdrawal
The UN’s War on Firearms
Taking advantage of Black Tuesday and the ongoing “war on terrorism,” the United Nations is intensifying its own campaign against civilian ownership of firearms.
Disarmament and Destruction
Under the guise of “peace and safety” the United Nations seeks to disarm entire populations. Never mind that disarmed populations invariably invite tyranny and genocide!
The drive to deprive Americans of privately owned firearms is part of a larger plan to render the U.S. helpless before a Russian-Chinese axis or a nuclear-armed UN.
With UN Support, Socialist Chavez Disarms Civilians in Venezuela
Deadly Disarmament: U.N. Gun Control
UN-sponsored Civilian Disarmament in Brazil
Bush Backs UN Global Disarmament Drive
Gun Control Leads to Militarized Law Enforcement
Toward a Global Police State
Former UN Ambassador: Obama Will Target Gun Ownership in Second Term
Obama’s Anti-gun Agenda Shelved - for Now
Second Amendment Rights Once Again at Risk
Gun Controllers Don’t Want to Waste Tucson Tragedy
The Shameful Manipulation of Murder: Gun Control and Tyranny
Obama Planning Gun-control Legislation
“Fast and Furious” Was Plot Against U.S. Gun Rights, NRA Chief Says
Gun Grab Revival
Gun Rights on Trial
Second Amendment Solidified
Firearms and Freedom
Defending the Home
Gun Ownership Up, Crime Down
The Darker Side of Gun Control
I Am Alive, No Thanks to Gun Control
Shooting Down Faulty Arguments
Collectivists cling to their worn-out gun control clichés, even though each one can be shot full of holes.
The Million Mom March was a carefully crafted revolutionary mobilization led by a political veteran.
Citizen Soldiers: The Militia
Bearing Arms: A Right … and a Duty?
The American Rifleman in the Revolutionary War
No Compromise Against Gun Control: Aaron Zelman Interviewed
The Impact of the Swiss Civilian Militia On Hitler’s War Plans
National Security, Swiss-Style
Guns, Crime, and the Swiss
Citizens in Arms: The Swiss Experience
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has a long history of getting into the diets - and even bloodwork - of New York residents. Cato Institute senior fellow Walter Olson comments.
Video produced by Caleb O. Brown and Austin Bragg.