As the below document reveals, the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) has convened a Disarmament Commission- tasked with solving the dilemma standing in the way of the global implementation of Agenda 21- namely the estimated 500 million weapons currently in the hands of American civilians.
We have identified several problems that must be addressed. They are:
1. Classification of military grade weapons to be made illegal for possession
2. Creation of programs to provide reasonable compensation for voluntary surrender of said arms
3. Codification of laws to begin the restricting and strict licensing of concealable firearms4. Codification of laws to begin the restricting and strict licensing of hunting grade firearms
5. Codification of laws to restrict the sale of, and possession ammunition and components to manufacture ammunition
6. Finally, codification of laws to completely make any and all firearms illegal to own, possess, or use outside of military and law enforcement usage
7. Creation of a United Nations Police Taskforce with the specific mission of assisting member nations with the collection of weaponry from civilian hands
The UNODA’s full release is below:
Surely such a blatant 7 point plan to disarm Americans must be a hoax, right?
Not surprisingly, a U.N. spokesman according to this PolitiFact article, claimed the document is a fake:
“I checked the document number on our internal document system, and the reply I got back now was simply, ‘There is no document matching your request,’ said Farhan Haq, associate spokesperson for the Secretary-General. “The document number (A/CN.11/L.72) doesn’t conform to our standard system, in any case.”
In addition, Haq said, “there is no such body as a ‘Civilian Weapons Confiscation Study Group.’ Nor does the United Nations involve itself in confiscating weapons from member states.”
Finally, Haq said, “the use of blue ink, some of the type font and the scanner icon in the bottom right-hand corner are not found in real U.N. documents. So, in several different ways, this document is fake.”
As Freedom Outpost has discovered, the barcode number used in the document is a match with barcodes used by the UNODA:
This document is numbered (A/CN.10/L.70). If you scroll down to the bottom of this document you can see the bar code numbers as well. Which amazingly, surprise the bar-codes match the (A/CN.11/L.72) “Disarmament Commission – Civilian Weapons Confiscation Study Group” bar code. Bar Code number is “12-53542 (E) 091012″. Thus showing that these numbers are used, and also coincide with UNODA and United Nations actual documents. Other examples of comparable numbers can be found here.
However, Snopes.com claims that not only does the document match barcode numbers used by the UNODA, it is an exact match to an older UNODA document, and is thus forged:
The bardoce 12-53542 (E) 091012 is a clear match between the 2 documents, implying that either (A) the document is a forgery, or (B) the UNODA quickly published an innocious document with the same barcode # as the disarmament document after being publicly caught with their pants down to enable an official denial regarding the document’s validity.
(B) seems plausible, particularly given the discrepancy between the statements of the official UN spokesperson Haq who claimed that “I checked the document number on our internal document system, and the reply I got back now was simply, ‘There is no document matching your request.” and Snopes’ publishing of an UNODA document that does indeed bear the barcode number 12-53542 (E) 091012. Perhaps the UN should get their story straight- can the document number in question not be found in their database, or does it belong to another document?
While Snopes and MSM sites have quickly rushed to insist the document is a fake, we will hold out on full judgement for now, particularly as the UNODA’s 7 point plan matches the agenda and angle pushed after the Sandy Hook tragedy as semi-automatic weapons such as the Ak-47 have been vilified by the MSM over the past 8-12 months. We invite our readers to examine the evidence and come to their own conclusions.