Guess who the UN voted to run the Arms Trade Treaty ?

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  1. jack404

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    Arms Trade Treaty to be policed by IRAN

    according to the UN VOTE ..

    the USA VOTED FOR IT

    news and more details when released ....
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    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/ira...onference-choosing-bernie-madoff-police-fraud

    Iran to Oversee U.N. Arms Treaty Conference; ‘Like Choosing Bernie Madoff to Police Fraud’
    By Patrick Goodenough
    July 9, 2012

    (CNSNews.com) – Iran has been chosen as a member of the “bureau” overseeing a month-long United Nations conference in New York aimed at finalizing a controversial global “arms trade treaty.”

    The move, which came as the conference got underway last week but received virtually no attention, is the latest example of Iran taking up leadership positions at the United Nations despite its defiance of Security Council resolutions relating to its nuclear program.

    Furthermore, according to an expert panel monitoring U.N. sanctions on Iran, Tehran continues to flout a Security Council ban on exporting its weaponry, with Syria the main recipient.

    “This is like choosing Bernie Madoff to police fraud on the stock market,” said Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch, a non-governmental monitoring group based in Geneva, which drew attention to Iran’s elevation to the conference bureau.

    UN Watch is urging U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to condemn the move:

    “He should remind the conference that the Security Council has imposed four rounds of sanctions on Iran for refusing to halt its prohibited nuclear program, and that Iran continues to defy the international community through illegal arms shipments to the murderous Assad regime,” Neuer said.

    One of the key issues under discussion during the U.N. Conference on the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) is the norms that should be adhered to when countries decide on selling arms – among them the requirement that a sale should not contribute to war crimes or human rights violations.

    The composition of the conference bureau was mentioned in passing in a U.N. document outlining the proceedings, but the countries making up the body were not identified. According to the conference rules of procedure, the bureau’s function is to “assist the President in the general conduct of the business of the Conference and, subject to the decisions of the Conference, shall ensure the coordination of its work.”

    In an archived webcast of the session, not translated into English, conference president Roberto Garcia Moritan of Argentina is heard naming the bureau members, with Iran included among three members from the Asia group.

    (The rest of the bureau are South Korea, Japan, Egypt, Nigeria, Kenya, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Mexico, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Australia, Switzerland and Netherlands.)

    Iran’s election went unremarked until Iranian media trumpeted the development at the weekend, with Tehran Times reporting that Iran “is assisting the president of the Arms Trade Treaty Conference in the general conduct of the business of the conference” while the Iranian Students’ News Agency said that Iran “was elected as the deputy of Arms Trade Treaty conference.”

    Iran Daily and the official IRNA news agency went further, both claiming that “some 193 participating countries unanimously voted in favor of Iran.” In fact, according to the conference website bureau members are chosen by their respective geographic groups, not voted on by the plenary.

    An expert panel monitoring U.N. sanctions against Iran that were first imposed in 2006 has found a number of violations in recent months, with the Assad regime the intended recipient.

    “The Islamic Republic of Iran has continued to defy the international community through illegal arms shipments,” the panel said in a report last month, adding that “the Syrian Arab Republic continues to be the central party to illicit Iranian arms transfers.”

    Among the shipments, the report cited the seizure by Turkish officials last March of crates containing 60 assault rifles, 14 machine guns, 560 mortar shells and ammunition, on a flight originating from Iran and bound for Syria; and the seizure of a truck on the Turkey-Syria border in February laden with Iranian-origin explosives, also bound for Syria.

    Heritage Foundation senior research fellow Ted R. Bromund, who is monitoring the ATT conference, remarked last week on the role of countries like Iran at the U.N.

    “To an American, the remarkable thing about the entire meeting is quite simple,” he wrote. “It’s not just that Iran, Cuba, Syria, and North Korea are treated at the U.N. as the equals of the U.S., Canada, or Finland; it’s that they’re allowed to be here at all and that their words are not laughed out of the conference by all present.”

    Other leadership or supervisory positions held by Iran at the U.N. in recent years include:

    2010 – chairman of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, the U.N.’s “central policy-making body in drug- related issues.”

    2009-10 – vice-chairman of the U.N. General Assembly’s Committee on Information, a body that has the aim of promoting “the free circulation and wider and better-balanced dissemination of information.”

    2009-10 – vice-chairman of the General Assembly’s Sixth Committee, which deals with legal affairs.

    2009 – chairman of the general conference of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).

    2009 – president of the executive board of the U.N. Development Program (UNDP).

    2009 – president of the executive board of the U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA).

    2008-11 – member of the advisory committee for the U.N. Program of Assistance in the Teaching, Study, Dissemination and Wider Appreciation of International Law.

    2008-10 – member of the executive board of the U.N. Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

    2007-8 – vice-chairman of the U.N. Disarmament Commission, a body dealing with nuclear and conventional arms reduction, and non-proliferation.
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    WOW.........I'm speechless.
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    Ha just when you thought it couldn't get any better.

    Patriots Unite.
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    welcome to the UN please place all weapons on the conveyor on the right and collect your Vaseline from the table on the left, then proceed directly to the cells for cell assignment
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    i'd bee finding that mutt who voted for this and beating him with a pick handle till he's mush , the USA's own rep to the UN voted for it ...

    did he do that on his own or was he told thats how to vote ??

    this is what must be answered

    you all just got sold out
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    We gona have a civil war yet. That russian professor hit the nail on the head.
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    Dreams turn to might mares
    Living in the USA
    Shadows from Kenya
    Patriots will have to pay

    Once the king is crown
    The rules turn upside down
    Look in his eyes and see
    We are no longer free

    Spewing in treason
    Deceit will have its way
    Traitors have flourished
    Now it’s time for your decay

    Now that the king is here to stay
    Look in his eyes and see
    You are no longer free

    He will curse and bury you along with change
    And blind your eyes out with his tongue
    Deceitful mind to steal away
    You’ll hope and hate him every day

    Your way will perish
    His smile led you astray
    Money and wealth,
    Time for you to give away

    Now that the king is here to stay
    Look in his eyes and see
    You are no longer free
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    wow :rant:
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    just a walkin the dog .. do do doo doo dat doo
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    you all need to read the declaration of independence again.

    Keep giving that african rope, he gona hang us all.
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    how far is our leadership gona let this go? Local sherriffs need to unite.

    I guess we should all put targets on our backs to make it easier for the muzzies to kill us. Maybe they would like it if we built our own walk in ovens. Maybe we should all just drink some killaid. Boy if the writting aint on the wall for you now you are pure stupid.
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    this is simple , teaparty folks , patriotic groups , all, push for a referendum , to get out of the UN .

    the ex Un lawyer in the white house would be nothing if that happened , and would push hard against it and tip his hand

    all the take overs are NAFTA UN etc

    kill them you kill your threats , then close ya borders stop all the imports employ your own and go forward for real not the shiny path BS but hard work , effort for reward
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    This sounds like we would not have had a vote on the issue.
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