United Nations Arms Trade Treaty Convention

From March 18th through the 28th of this year, the United Nations held its Arms Trade Treaty Convention in New York City, NY.

Mr. Joe Wolverton,II, J.D. attended the convention as a correspondent for THE NEW AMERICAN magazine and his report will be published in the May 6th, 2013 edition of the magazine.

May 3rd, at 7:00 P.M., one of the presenters, Mr. Wolverton,II will give a presentation to report on his experiences at the United Nations and their plans for civilian disarmament across the world.

The event will be held at the Xango Building, 2889 Ashton Building, Lehi, Utah 84043. There is no charge for public attendance. The John Birch Society’s local chapters and the Liberty Round table are hosting the event in the hopes of bringing to light the situation surrounding the UN’s attempt to bring about widespread civilian disarmament by treaty. The event is free to the public for attendance.

Also Sheriff Richard Mack will be speaking about current events. Many have heard Sheriff Mack in the past discussing his successful case heard before the U.S. Supreme Court that came about due to unlawful mandates that were included in the Brady Bill.

Article 2 of the treaty, if agreed to by the U.S. Senate, would deny American citizens the right to sell firearms to each other. Such a prohibition is a direct violation of the 2nd Amendment of our Constitution, but Secretary of State John Kerry denies that any such infringements upon our rights would occur if the treaty is ratified.

If your right to keep (own) and bear (carry) firearms for self defense, defense of a free state, and for passing those arms along to future generations is important to you, you’ll want to hear what Joe Wolverton and Sheriff Richard Mack have to say about the civilian disarmament moves by the UN, Federal government, and local governments.

For more information contact JBS Coordinator Bryan Turner at (801) 215-9649.

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