In Global Gun Grab: The United Nations Campaign to Disarm Americans, William Norman Grigg exposes the UN’s worldwide campaign to eliminate civilian ownership of firearms and explains the dangers facing Americans.
William Norman Grigg, a senior editor of The New American, has covered numerous United Nations events, including the 1994 population summit in Cairo, the 1995 social development summit in Copenhagen, the 2000 Millennium Forum at UN headquarters in New York City, and the 2001 small arms conference, also at UN headquarters. Like many who have toured the UN, he has seen firsthand the statue of a Colt Python revolver (a civilian weapon), its barrel twisted into a knot, in a courtyard in front of the UN building. He has also seen the UN’s “Meditation Room” and the pagan imagery near its entrance, which symbolize the UN’s contempt for traditional Judeo-Christian morality every bit as much as the anti-gun statue symbolizes its antipathy for civilian-owned firearms.
Grigg has spent many hours listening to speakers and panelists at UN meetings, where the would-be architects of world government are generally much more explicit in venting their authoritarian designs than they are when they address the “unwashed.” He has also spent countless hours studying UN documents. He knows that the UN is not, and was never intended to be, a mere forum for debate. It is instead, and was always intended to be, part of the framework for an eventual world government.
Grigg is not only a capable researcher but an accomplished writer and thinker. Regular readers of The New American are well acquainted with his powerful prose, having read innumerable articles by him in the pages of this magazine. They are also familiar with his mastery of a range of issues, including the UN.
But more and more, it is becoming impossible to address other important issues — from federal land grabs to abortion — without taking into account the intended transfer of power from the U.S. to the UN. In 1995 Grigg wrote his blockbuster book Freedom on the Altar, which exposed the UN’s war against God and family. In his just-released book, the subject of this review, he explains that “in matters of disarmament, all roads lead to the UN.”
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