How the United Nations Facilitates Genocide


August 24, 2006, 11:56 PM
Dave Kopel calls a spade a spade in regard to the United Nation's pathological obsession with global citizen disarmament:

How the United Nations Facilitates Genocide
Aug 21 2006
David Kopel

The genocide in Darfur, Sudan, is the direct result of the types of gun laws which the United Nations is trying to impose all over the world. Millions of people have already died because of such laws, and millions more will die unless the U.N. is stopped.

Sudan is covered by a U.N.-backed treaty called the "The Nairobi Protocol for the Prevention, Control and Reduction of Small Arms and Light Weapons in the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa."

This requires universal gun registration, complete prohibition of all civilian-owned semi-automatic rifles, "heavy minimum sentences for...the carrying of unlicensed small arms," as well as programs to encourage citizens to surrender their guns, widespread searches for firearms, educational programs to discourage gun ownership, and other polices to disarm the public.

So with the black villagers disarmed, thanks to Sudan's strict gun laws, and the Arab gangs well-armed (thanks to the government), the stage was set for genocide. Typically, the mounted Arab gangs would attack a village on the ground, while the Sudanese military provided air support and bombed the village.

In the south Sudan, the genocide program killed 2.2. million victims, and drove 4.5 million from their homes. Victims who were not killed were often sold into slavery. Rape was extensively used as an instrument of state terror.

The Janjaweed have caused the deaths of up to 400,000 black Sudanese, have raped many thousands, and have forced over two million black Sudanese into refugee camps. After a village has been softened up by bombardment from the Sudan Air Force, the Janjaweed enter and pillage, killing and raping in order to displace the population and steal the land.

One under-armed villager lamented: "I tried to take my spear to protect my family, but they threatened me with a gun, so I stopped. The six Arabs then raped my daughter in front of me, my wife and my other children."

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review asked a U.S. State Department official why there were no reports of the Darfur victims fighting back. "Some do defend themselves," he explained. But he added that the perpetrators have helicopters and automatic rifles, whereas the victims have only machetes.

Because the international community has utterly failed to protect the Darfuris, they have every moral right to protect themselves.

I fully believe that every person has the right to defend themselves and their family. The UN being dominated by and for dictators doesn't believe that.

The United Nations is making the problem worse by taking away the ability of people to defend themselves. Why is it that we pay so much for them to do wrong?


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August 25, 2006, 12:25 AM
Clear and logical analysis of the situation. I wonder how He got in the news business.

August 25, 2006, 12:26 AM
If we, as Americans, are not careful they (UN) will try to do the same to us!

August 25, 2006, 01:43 AM
MDMadrid, I'm afraid that it would be more likely the U.S. Government would try do it. Look at what happened in New Orleans. Some how the "...shall not be infringed..." in the 2nd Amendment, got overlooked or down right thrown out. Regulation to me equals Infringement but maybe they are using the Super Unabridged Legal Dictionary, and there's a different meaning than the one I know.

If Tyranny and Oppression come to this Land, it will be in the Guise of Fighting a Foreign Enemy. - James Madison

But there are Many, Many that gave thier oath to Protect to the Constitution from all enemies.

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