Amnesty International part of gun-grabbing conspiracy
- Amnesty International, a sleazy, Jew-dominated, front for the "new world
order", claims to be a neutral human rights organisation. Their most
severe recent crime was promoting a false accusation against Iraqi soldiers,
knowing it would be used to promote the 1991 war, while disingenuously
claiming to be against the war. Now they are campaigning to disarm
third world people and leave them defenseless against imperialist aggression
while pretending to be helping ensure the safety of third world people.
They may also be planning to disarm working class Americans. I suppose
seeing reports of armed Iraqis fighting the world's most powerful army to
a standstill in defense of their country leaves a bad taste in their mouths.
The following article, attributed to Thomas Wagner of the Associated Press,
appeared on page A21 of the Friday, October 10, 2003 edition of the Arizona
GUN-TRADE OPPONENTS PRESS FOR U.N. TREATY
Arms Linked To Repression, They Say
London--For farmers in Uganda, AK-47 submachine guns [AK-47 is an assault
rifle, not a submachinegun --Kevin] are used instead of spears. [and why
not, an AK-47 is a more effective weapon than a spear! --Kevin] In Somalia,
weapons are so common that some children are named "Uzi" or "AK."
These findings were included in a report released Thursday by Amnesty
International, Oxfam, and the International Action Network on Small Arms
as they launched a campaign in more than 50 countries aimed at controlling
what they call a dangerously unregulated global arms trade. They say that
trade routinely allows weapons to reach repressive governments, human rights
abusers and criminals.
The report said the possession of increasingly lethal weapons is becoming
an integral part of daily life in many parts of the world. It also said
that the U.S.-led war on terror, launched after the September 11, 2001,
attacks in the United States, has "fueled weapons proliferation rather than
focusing political will on controlling arms."
Increasing numbers of arms are being exported, especially by the United
States and Britain, to newfound allies such as Pakistan, Indonesia and the
Philippines, regardless of concerns about human rights abuses there, the
The "Control Arms" campaign focuses on promoting a new international treaty
covering arms transfers, as well as a number of regional and local measures
designed to limit arms proliferation and misuse.
The groups began a petition drive aimed at gathering one million signatures
supporting the draft international Arms Trade Treaty, which they hope to
have adopted by the United Nations and its member countries by 2006.