The story of the United Nations hiring of disarmament officers in New York sounds like another textbook conspiracy theory, but the rumors have been confirmed. The international agency has posted a job opening for a disarmament officer who is responsible for disarmament, demobilization, and re-integration.
According to the job description, the preferred candidate must be an English-speaking person, which only further raises suspicions. Nearly all of these positions are located in the Third World, and always requires candidates with an understanding of the national languages of such countries, which is mostly not English. The hiring process also takes place within those regions, and not in the United States.
The United Nations defines disarmament as the collection and disposal of small weapons from combatants, as well as from civilians. Demobilization refers to the controlled diffusion of armed organized groups, a term that could be used to refer to militias that exist in various parts of the United States.
Coincidentally, the job opening appeared at the same time that the Virginia legislature announced its intentions of passing of stricter gun control laws amid opposition from gun owners comprising of citizens, veterans, organized militias, and law enforcement officers. More militias have formed since the announcement.
The state has also witnessed almost all counties and major independent cities vote to become second amendment sanctuaries, willing to disobey the enforcement of firearm restriction orders. In addition, some democratic representatives have called for Governor Ralph Northam to deploy the National Guard to enforce the laws. This is after the law enforcement and military members expressed their unwillingness to take part in the disarmament of the law-abiding citizens.
Representative Donald McEachin had openly confessed that deployment of the National Guard was a real possibility depending on the seriousness of the sanctuary counties in ignoring gun restriction orders.
Written by Lone Star Gun Rights