Video Alert…UN Troops Ordered To Kill All Americans Who Do Not Turn In Their Guns!!!


The UN Arms Treaty has caused so much controversy because it outlines a plan to target “all types of conventional weapons, notably including small arms and light weapons.” That is all guns no 2nd Amendment! You have been warned!

by sophia


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  • Miss.Bridget

    and Russia is going to agree with this?

  • Rev. Roy Gallant

    NATO can’t field anywhere NEAR the troop strength needed to take on over 80 million gun owners, 28 million of them combat vets!!

    • Randall Tuura

      80% of UN forces are US soldiers.

      • William I. Fahey

        Do you honestly believe for one moment that U.S. forces would wage war on their own brothers and sisters while attempting to enforce an unconstitutional law which was being enforced by a foreign government?

        • Siddhartha

          Yes, I believe most would. Group identity and being in the power group can be seductive.

          • Thom*

            you must have a very loving family (NOT)

          • Siddhartha

            Wow, a sarcastic personal attack. Tells me much about you.

        • bbgunplinkplink

          Anyone can be bought for the right price.

          • David William Reid

            No I cannot be bought. You could not give me all the money in the world. I could give a rats ass about money over freedom. I can survive without money Ill never be a slave or a puppet for them.

          • Thom*

            you mean some like yourself can be bought and will kill family for $$$$$

      • lowell houser

        Unless China is willing to spare a few million or so. And something tells me that China is perfectly happy to help. The catch is that they have to get them across the Pacific before the US military goes rogue and sinks their troop ships OR Trump is sworn in and flat out tells them that “any closer and those ships go straight to the bottom.” This is why infowars is so worried about an EMP attack which would give the world an excuse to invade under humanitarian pretext.

        • Larry Hanson

          Hey Lowell. Just Google “Chinese troops in Mexico and Canada” and you’ll see that they are already “across the Pacific” and in close enough proximity to invade this country within a few hours!

          • Thom*

            bull crap

  • seal5055

    Time to start shooting these assholes.

  • Terry Dorsett


  • Barry Berger
  • Sue Boclair

    Yeah, good luck with that! If you think for one second American people are going to turn over their guns just because “you say so” you’ve got another thing coming. lol

    • bbgunplinkplink

      Anyone can be bought for the right price. If anyone is offered enough money, they will comply.

  • 2broke4 her

    there is no small arms treaty signed into law, it has to be passed by the senate and it hasnt yet and they were protesting Kerry doing it!

  • Rich Dunn

    Utter horseshit. Lunatic fringe in action.

  • 2broke4 her

    In March 2013 a finished version of the Arms Trade Treaty
    (ATT) was finally presented to the U.N. General Assembly, and that body
    approved the treaty by a vote 154 to 3 (with 23 abstentions) on 2 April
    2013. The U.S. was one of the member nations voting in the General
    Assembly to approve the treaty; only Iran, North Korea, and Syria voted
    against it. The treaty was finally signed by U.S. Secretary of State
    John Kerry in September 2013, but the treaty still requires ratification
    by fifty U.N. signatories before it goes into effect (so far only seven
    nations have committed to that step), and it still requires approval by
    the U.S. Senate before the United States commits to its terms.

    The Arms Trade Treaty has nothing to do with restricting the legal sale
    or ownership of guns within the United States. The aim of the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty is to combat the illicit international trade of arms by “tightening regulation of, and setting international
    standards for, the import, export and transfer of conventional weapons”
    in order to “close gaps in existing regional and national arms export
    control systems that allow weapons to pass onto the illicit market”: