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The UN To Use Appropriate and Gradual Force In Gun Confiscation

Discussion in 'Legal' started by goosebump, Feb 23, 2012.

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  1. goosebump

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    The United Nations and their affiliated Non Governmental Organizations continually claim that their arms control treaty efforts are not directed at curtailing legal private ownership of guns. But, the United Nations has instituted 10 day Training Courses designed to help implement international “treaties” for gun control in Jamaica and throughout the Caribbean. Each session is led by a UN gun control training staff member. The course’s objectives are to give police technical skills related to firearms identification, ammunition and explosives, and to train the first responders in appropriate and gradual use of force and practical disarmament measures.

    Yes, you read that right. According to a nondescript United Nations website, they will use the appropriate and gradual use of force in disarming gun owners. Just exactly what is this “appropriate and gradual use of force?”
    This comes from an official United Nations website.

    They have apparently put a portion of the training to use in Jamaica. They have to start somewhere.
    http://armedselfdefense.blogspot.com/
     
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    All I see is a blog. Where's the link to the actual verbiage on this "official United Nations website?"
     
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    Sounds to me like standard police training. Gradual use of force and disarming in this context just sounds like how to deal with an individual suspect.

    But I guess boring police training isn't a real traffic driver for your blog? :D
     
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