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SOMETHING SMELLS IN FISHTOWN. Tonight we talk about the 2nd Amendment and the UN GUN TREATY. And I have concerns and questions! 1. Why Mr. President do you have 51 Senators and 103 Congressman from both sides of the isle opposing yet your pushing forward? 2. Article 5 Sec 2 Mandates the US to maintain a National Control List. That control list must be SHARED with the UN and other Countries ( that the UN Calls States) 3. 1957 Sureme Court Ruling (Ried v. Covent) states the US Constitution superceeds any UN Resolution ratified by the Senate, why are you signing a Treaty that is in direct conflict with the 2nd Amendment? 4. The UN has publically stated they want the complete disarming of all civilian populations ( as in Rwanda ) where the government killed 1,000,000 people even after being warned by the commander of the UN there that it would happen by disarming the people prior? 5. Why are we signing treaties with a organization that wants a one world government with only the government having guns? As stated in the report commision by the US Government by MIT Professor Lincoln Bloomfield in 1962?
This week's topics include: Benghazi Scandal Update - 400 Surface-to-Air Missiles stolen during Benghazi attack; another scandal bigger than Benghazi - Were members of Seal Team Six deliberately sent to their deaths in an antiquated helicopter in Afganistan?; Arizona Sheriff accuses Senate Gang of 8 of knowing nothing about the situation at the US-Mexican border; Thousands of Mexicans are demanding Asylum and are overloading immigration border stations; Obama plans on signing the UN's Small Arms Treaty while Congress is on vacation; Obama Economic reports are shown to be Lies, Lies and more Lies; the Movie 'Butler' is a Black racist, anti-White movie staring Oprah; Oprah Winfrey apologizes for false Racism charges she made in Switzerland; Tape surfaces showing that IRS Official Lois Lerner lied to Congressional Committee - committed a Felony; the Republicans in the House appear to be folding on the Amnesty issue for Illegal Aliens; NAACP and the Race Hustlers ignore recent publicized Black on White violence to concentrate on rodeo clown wearing Obama mask; and more.
The UN Small Arms Treaty was passed this week. So what? Do you think even in the remoate possibility that it is ratified here in the US that it would be enforceable? Our intrepid commentators wieghin on this and other issues of the day.
Join host Russ Letica in and open the discussion with our guest Judy Da Silva, on topic of the long battle for First Nation communities who depend on Mother Earth for thier livelihood. In Treaty 3 which was signed in 1873, Canada promised to respect the right of the Ojibway to hunt and fish in their territory. There are high levels of mercury in that and scientific studies indicate that the boreal watersheds subjected to clear cutting often raises the mercury levels in fish above the levels fit for human consumption. This situation goes back to 1962 when Dryden paper mill dumped 9,000 kg of mercury into their river.
A River Run will be held in Toronto July 29 - 31 2014 https://www.facebook.com/events/740594235961702/
"What Grassy Narrows wants more than anything is to maintain its community … a protection of its traditional way of life and finding a way of building a local, sustainable economy.”
LOST operates under the assumption that any minerals in the ocean floor constitute the “common heritage” of all mankind — and therefore cannot be the property of any one individual, company, or nation. This treaty is an affront to American national sovereignty. It would give the United Nations authority over much of the world’s oceans, including the power to regulate and tax deep-sea mining, and redistribute the proceeds to Third World governments. Moreover, its “hortatory language” provisions are a loaded weapon that activist trial lawyers could easily wield to force the U.S. to adopt laws that the American people’s elected representatives otherwise would not.
LOST threatens U. S. sovereignty. Not just a little or around the edges, but fundamentally. Once the U. S. became a party to the treaty, any number of issues could be adjudicated by a LOST tribunal. It is not clear what the limits are on the issues that could be taken up by LOST. Jurisdiction over anything that affects the oceans directly or indirectly could be asserted. The majority of members of the tribunal adjudicating any particular issue are almost certainly going to be hostile to U. S. interests. Tribunal decisions cannot be appealed. Unlike every other country in the world, those decisions could be enforced in U. S. federal courts against the federal government.
National sovereignty: The treaty creates a new UN agency with its own dispute resolution tribunal. However, should the US stop its current compliance with the US-negotiated laws of the Convention, the U.S. could not be taken to the Law of the Sea Tribunal since the U.S. has indicated that it would choose binding arbitration rather than availing itself of the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea. Taxation: The license fees and taxes levied on economic activities in the deep seabed Area by the ISA would be, in effect, a form of ‘taxation without representation’
Chris Murphy discusses the major implementation of the UN Small Arms Treaty which was passed.
What can you expect in this show: The reading of the UN Documentation on implementation 2012-2018
Callers are welcome to call in to discuss this major important declaration.
Recalling the principles proclaimed in the Charter of the United Nations which recognize the inherent dignity and worth and the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family as the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world.Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
“I urge you to oppose the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. This treaty surrenders U.S. sovereignty to unelected UN bureaucrats and will threaten parental care of children with disabilities. Our nation already has laws to protect Americans with disabilities." Mike Farris
Bob Dole, U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power, more than 700 disabilities, veterans and business groups and a bipartisan group of senators are pushing for the treaty to be brought up for a vote again before the August recess.
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