Rebecca Peters, director of of the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA), is working with the United Nations and governments around the world to grab guns. Peters and IANSA are funded by the globalist George Soros.
“Rebecca Peters was Chair of the National Coalition for Gun Control, which campaigned to tighten Australia’s gun laws in the 1990s,” writes the Umut Foundation, an organization dedicated to “Individual Disarmament” in “harmony” with the European Union. “Her research and advocacy helped bring about sweeping changes, including uniform gun laws across the eight states, a ban on semiautomatic rifles and shotguns, and a year-long buyback that destroyed nearly 700,000 weapons. Among the awards she received was the 1996 Australian Human Rights Medal, her country’s highest human rights honor.”
Prior to working with IANSA, Peters worked for Soros’ Open Society Institute.
Soros has dedicated a large percentage of his income gained from manipulating international stock and currency markets to push for gun control. He exploits the usual “liberal” useful idiots to push his gun-grabbing agenda.
“Directly and through his organization Open Society Institute (OSI), he has funneled cash to various anti-gun groups, such as the Tides Foundation, the HELP Network and SAFE Colorado. He and seven rich friends founded their own political committee — Campaign for a Progressive Future — and spent $2 million on political activities in 2000, including providing the prime financial backing for the Million Mom March. OSI has supported UN efforts to create international gun control regulations and has singled out the United States for failing to go along with the international gun-prohibitionists,” notes the NRA.
“The bottom line is that international gun banners want every gun — every single gun worldwide — to be under U.N. and government control,” notes Wayne LaPierre of the NRA. “And that includes your rifle, your shotgun, your handgun, and even family heirlooms that have been handed down from generation to generation.”