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Today is United Nations Day. How shall we celebrate?

Easy. We ought to be mourning the continued life of this globalist monstrosity, not celebrating it.

I understand I’m wasting my breath. Too many Americans have bought into the lie that only a worldwide body such as the United Nations can really move us closer to peace. Even most of those who don’t care for the United Nations don’t really consider it to be a threat to their freedom.

So Americans will continue to host the United Nations. Americans will continue to subsidize the United Nations. Americans will continue to undermine their own best interests, national security and sovereignty by allowing this beast to grow.

But I’m still going to have my say.

There’s just no place for the United States in the United Nations. And there’s just no place for the United Nations in the United States.


I wish my fellow Americans had the courage and foresight to stand up tall against the march toward global political and economic unions that afford the American people no accountability, that recognize no inalienable rights and that create supranational governments that can eventually lead only to tyranny on a worldwide scale.

Globalism represents big government encroachment’s final frontier. Having proved itself totally incapable of guarding individual rights, personal freedom and national sovereignty even under the best of circumstances, as in the United States, globalists intend to take their social-engineering and wealth-transfer experiments worldwide.

By definition, it is un-American to submit sovereign citizens of the United States to laws, treaties, regulations and foreign authorities to which they have no accountability. Last time I checked, we Americans don’t elect any representatives to the United Nations or any other global body.

In fact, we Americans don’t elect any representatives to the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the Millennium Assembly and Summit, the G8 (Group Of Eight), the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, the Bank of International Settlements, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Union, the North American Free Trade Association, the Westminster UNA, the One World Trust, the Commission for Global Governance, the Royal Commonwealth Society, the World Federalists Association, the Earth Council and the State Of The World Forum or any other multinational body.

World government is a profoundly un-American idea. And, worse yet, the global conspirators – and there is simply no other way to describe them – are planning to hand over control of our lives and livelihoods to worldwide authorities who would like nothing better than to see America knocked down a notch or two, all in the name of “leveling the playing field.”

They’ll use any means necessary to get us there – including lying about and hyping crises, both real and imagined, such as global warming, AIDS and overpopulation. They are all just means to an end.

And what is that end? It’s the further centralization and consolidation of power – this time on a worldwide scale. That’s what all these multinational treaties are really about. They are moving us toward global governance – away from the constitutional principles and foundations of the American republic, away from limited government, away from checks and balances.

The United Nations is not just, as many Americans suspect, a group of incompetent busybodies. It is, instead, a global criminal enterprise determined to shift power away from individuals and sovereign nation-states to a small band of unaccountable international elites. Just think oil-for-food scandal. Just think Rwanda genocide. Just think of the incredible human-rights and sexual-abuse scandals by “peacekeeping” forces in Africa and elsewhere.

Now’s the time to stand up for our sovereignty and our individual rights by demanding that we withdraw from the United Nations and, most importantly of all, stop funding this madness with U.S. taxpayer dollars.

In his famous farewell address, George Washington, the father of our country, warned the nation about such foreign entanglements – though I doubt he could even imagine how naively Americans would fall into their trap.

How am I celebrating? By remembering how America came to be in the first place – by declaring our independence, not our interdependence.



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