Wednesday, April 22, 2009



There have been other threats to ammunition, such as coding it or taxing it into the stratosphere so that nobody can afford any, but now yet another beastie raises its ugly head.

This one involves the international treaty the Big 0 wants with Mexico to stop "arms trafficking". The Kenyan and his administration, with their willing accomplises in the Lamestream Media rolling over on their backs and peeing on themselves to help, have been out right lying (again). The media hacks claim 90% plus of the guns (like those grenades, machine guns, and grenade launchers) used by Mexican drug cartels are purchased at Cooter's Beer, Bait & Ammo in El Paso.

Already, the Border Patrol has been ordered to increase security checks on AMERICANS LEAVING THIS COUNTRY trying to curb this pox upon the peaceful saints of Mexico. Meanwhile, they still can't catch 25 million illegals and now good old Janet "Reno" Napolitano has stated that just because they are illegal doesn't mean that, well, they are illegal or anything. She also bashes Sherriff Joe Arpio and proagates the "American guns cause Mexican crime" BS in a softball CNN interview.

Anyway, back to the Inter-American Convention Against the Illict Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials Treaty that the political slime on both sides of the Rio Grande are pushing.

According to B.A. Lawson:"The treaty defines 'Illicit manufacturing' as 'the manufacture or assembly of firearms, ammunition, explosives, and other related materials.'It then gives authority for that activity only with 'a license from a competent governmental authority of the State Party where the manufacture or assembly takes place.''The section … clearly identifies ammo reloaders that are not licensed by the government as 'Illicit Manufacturers' of ammunition. Now that we have reloaders properly labeled, lets move down to Article IV to see what we should do with them,' the commentary said.

Article IV states, "State Parties that have not yet done so shall adopt the necessary legislative or other measures to establish as criminal offenses under their domestic law the illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, ammunition, explosives, and other related materials."

So we're kicking not only the 2nd, but definately the 10th and part of the 4th in the force American citizens in their own homes to pander that other pillar onf integrity and honesty, the Mexican government. I have no hope in this change.

1 comment:

Ben said...

Oh good, that should really help ammo price and scarcity, which is already currently obscene. Urghhh!

If we really want to help lower crime in Mexico we should round-up all the "undocumented amigos" in this country, issue them a Mexican badge and a nightstick and send them back to Mexico. Crime problem solved!