UN Chief Supports Obama’s Plan For More Gun Control
In the wake of the tragic shootings at UMPQUA Community College in Oregon yesterday, President Obama immediately gave a press conference in order to politicize the event, literally calling for more gun control.
According to a statement released by the United Nation’s on Friday, Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon jumped onto the “let’s politicize a tragic event” train by stating that he feels President Obama is on the right track to “address this scourge” of gun violence in America:
The Secretary-General was deeply saddened to learn of the mass shooting in Roseburg, Oregon, on 1 October. He conveys his sincere condolences to the families of the many victims and wishes a swift recovery to those wounded.
In the face of yet another tragedy of this kind, the Secretary-General expresses his strong hope that the United States, through the robust democratic process that characterizes it, will be able to take the necessary action to reduce the appalling toll in human life that gun violence is taking on American society. He notes that President Barack Obama has consistently demonstrated his commitment to address this scourge.
Ironically, the main “scourge” which concerns the majority of the American people isn’t so much gun violence, it’s the destruction of their liberty under the Obama administration. Coincidentally much of that destruction stems from the President’s constant willingness to go along with several United Nations plans, such as Agenda 21, and most recently Agenda 2030, which are designed to convert the United States into a Socialist nation in less than 15 years. But I seriously doubt Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon would be willing to voice his opinion on that subject.