UNITE FOR A SAFER WORLD: Interpol’s chief questions gun control in the age of terrorism

interpolInterpol’s chief recently drilled a hole in the rationale for a global anti-gun program.

The idea being touted by far-left internationalists is the concept of an organization, such as the United Nations, passing firearms laws that would have an impact on people throughout the world including the United States, gun-policy expert John Snyder — the man the Washington Post and New York Times called “the dean of Washington gun lobbyists” — told Law Enforcement Examiner on Friday.

The Interpol statement comes from Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble who suggested that open societies could be protected from terrorists by citizens defending themselves with guns.

“For many years,” Snyder noted, “the anti-gun establishment has been putting forth the idea that gun control is necessary for public safety. During an Interpol conference in Cartegena, Colombia, Noble indicated that in an open society an armed citizenry can protect people from terrorist attacks.

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“The General Assembly of Interpol, the international criminal police organization, held its 82nd annual gathering in Cartegena. Noble’s comments came after the official opening of the session,” according to news reports.

Snyder said, “It’s time for law-abiding gun owners and rational police officials to unite for a safer world.”

This article continues at examiner.com

 

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