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The one-worlders are a determined and persistent lot. It’s a pity
they lack vision. Like lemmings, they are rushing full speed to trade
God-given, inalienable rights for those granted at the whim of the
world’s corrupt politicians.

Their latest brainchild is a purported loophole in the United States
Constitution. The text reads:

    “… all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the
    Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land;
    and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the
    Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.”
    (Article VI, paragraph two, United States Constitution)

By subscribing to various international treaties, the
internationalists have put their faith in governments’ goodness, as
demonstrated throughout history by such regimes as Stalin, Mao, and
Hitler. Treaty proponents hope gradually to erode the individual rights
enumerated in the United States Constitution. This will let them do away
with such pesky concepts as private property, the use of firearms for
self-defense, and parental rights to raise and educate children. Mother
Russia knows best.

The elites, who have always wanted this scheme, aren’t alarmed by
these limitations, since they don’t expect to be bound by them. One need
only refer to Mr. Clinton’s impeachment trial to see clearly that there
are now two standards of justice: one for those in power, and a rather
different standard for the rest of us.

If, like me, you are concerned about treaties being used by the
elites as an end-run around the Constitution, you will be delighted by
an article written by Dr. Curtis W. Caine, “The Constitution — Plain
and Simple: Treaties.”
Dr. Caine for his article, and to Helen Faria of the Medical Sentinel
for making the article available to WorldNetDaily readers on their
website.

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