Second Amendment Advocates Fear UN Could Ban Gun Websites

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Published on March 21, 2014

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Internet domain system to be transferred to “global community”
Could the United Nations ban gun websites? That’s the fear being expressed by some second
amendment advocates after the announcement that control over key aspects of the Internet would be
transferred over to the “global community”.

Second Amendment Advocates Fear UN Could Ban Gun Websites Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com March 20, 2014 Internet domain system to be transferred to “global community” Could the United Nations ban gun websites? That’s the fear being expressed by some second amendment advocates after the announcement that control over key aspects of the Internet would be transferred over to the “global community”. Last week it was announced that the Los Angeles-based nonprofit the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, would relinquish control over domain names and other aspects of Internet architecture in favor of a new “global” governi ng structure that would involve multiple “stakeholders.” The United Nations subsequently welcomed this “transition” of key aspects of the web over to the “global community” as a “major step towards the multilateral Internet governance that the UN has been advocating for many years.” But could such a transition herald a new era of Internet censorship? “Things like the First Amendment aren’t going ton be applicable anymore, that’s going to be out the window, warns Urban Survival blogger Dave Acton. Acton makes the point that the United Nations considers many firearms legally owned by U.S. citizens to be “weapons of mass destruction”. The UN has vigorously campaigned against civilian ownership of “small arms” such as hand guns and pistols, blaming them for 90% of civilian casualties worldwide. Although not put into action, the Obama administration signed a United Nations treaty in 2012 which effectively banned civilian ownership of firearms, which the UN has previously characterized as a threat to the “power monopoly” of the state. “So under that global governance program, websites that promote ‘weapons of mass destruction’ like firearms, ammo – those domain names aren’t going to be renewed,” warns Acton, adding that gun-

related domain names will be restricted after the transition. Concerns that the United States’ relinquishing control over the Internet to the United Nations could lead to censorship have been expressed by several prominent individuals over the past two years. In May 2012, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Philip Verveer warned lawmakers that proposals to give the UN more control over the Internet could, “potentially lead to an era of unprecedented control over what people can say and do online.” In February 2013, Robert McDowell, a member of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, warned that the UN was slowly moving to seize control of the world wide web, characterizing adherents of such a move as “patient and persistent incrementalists who will never relent until their ends are achieved.” Texas Republican Ted Poe went further, asserting, “The idea that the UN ought to be controlling the Internet to me is like putting the Taliban in charge of women’s rights.” Others have warned that UN member states would abuse such powers to crush dissent and disrupt anti- government protests. Indian Parliament member Rajeev Chandrasekhar cautioned that putting the Internet into the hands of the global community, “promotes a dangerous idea which has the UN and control stamped all over it.” Gun & ammo websites banned under United Nations takeover of Internet VIDEO BELOW http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2Ynelygvpk

NRA Does Not Oppose Weakening Stand Your Ground Law In Florida Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com March 20, 2014 Anti-Second Amendment advocates continue to wage a relentless battle against concept of self- defense Florida’s Stand Your Ground self-defense law tested during the George Zimmerman trial is under assault in Florida. Marion Hammer, a former NRA president who is one of the chief architects of the law in Florida, is not opposed to changes to the law. She has served as the NRA’s lobbyist in Tallahassee for more than three decades. On Tuesday, the Florida Senate Criminal Justice Committee voted unanimously to pass SB 130. Both Democrats and Republicans voted to change the law. The proposed changes will significantly modify Stand Your Ground and if enacted will give anti- Second Amendment groups around the country a green light to attack and rollback the concept of armed self-defense. A large number of states have some form of stand your ground laws under Castle Doctrine statues. The Castle Doctrine concept stretches back to the Roman era and is central in English common law under the historic dictum that “an Englishman’s home is his castle” and thus inviolable.

Democrats in the state, however, believe self-defense laws are brutal and uncivilized. “The legislature must change Stand Your Ground to clearly define the parameters of a civilized society in Florida,” Senator Christopher L. Smith of District 31 has declared, summing up the opinion of liberals in the state. The proposed Florida law will circumscribe who can use stand your ground, tighten immunity, issue bureaucratic guidelines for neighborhood watch groups, and allow police and prosecutors to ignore the law and conduct investigations beyond its purview. The current stand your ground law in Florida simply states that a person may use force in self-defense, “including deadly force if [he] reasonably believes it is necessary to do so to prevent death or great bodily harm to himself.” Since Trayvon Martin and the sensationalized trial of George Zimmerman, liberals and anti-Second Amendment advocates have waged a relentless battle against the law and the concept of self-defense. In February, Firmin DeBrabander, an associate professor of philosophy at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, took to the pages of The New York Times to argue against the natural right of self defense and the philosophy of John Locke, who declared the right of self defense is the first law of nature, “the common rule and measure God hath given to mankind.” “Gun rights advocates argue that we must arm more people, and empower them to wield their guns confidently and boldly if we would achieve greater law and order,” DeBrabander writes. “They have it wrong. More guns, and more emboldened gun owners, lead to more travesties of justice, more chaos, vendettas, a state of war, Locke would say.” Marion Hammer and the NRA apparently agree with DeBrabander and the anti-Second Amendment crowd actively working to deconstruct the time-honored concept of self-defense. Otherwise they would not throw their support behind legislation designed to weaken “the common rule and measure God hath given to mankind.” Protesters demand change in Fla. Stand Your Ground law VIDEO BELOW http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObQ-bmSi4oY INFOWARS.COM BECAUSE THERE'S A WAR ON FOR YOUR MIND

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