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Where in the founding documents of the United States of America is an outside agency allowed to challenge our nation’s sovereignty

Apr 28 2012

Where in the founding documents of the United States (not Nations) of America is an outside agency allowed to challenge our nation’s sovereignty?  In the 60s and 70s, billboards and hand-painted signs demanding the United Nations get out of the US were frequently seen alongside the highways.  Traveling Interstate 25 in Southern Colorado you couldn’t miss the signs where a rancher raged against the UN for stealing his land…early signs of an agenda not public for years to come.  Where did those protest signs go?  Where is the outrage against the UN’s interference in the US and individual states?  We are being invaded by a compilation of countries, to include known enemies.  We aren’t meeting them at the border with an armed force…no, we are actually meeting them at the border with open arms!

Among other things, the UN is currently sticking their “nose” into the business of our sovereign states with regards to voter ID.  This is at the invitation of one special interest group whose goal it is to be conflict-ridden.  The NAACP actually went to the UN’s Human Rights Council whining about American states’ laws that require the very basic act of producing a photo ID to vote.  Their argument is such a requirement disenfranchises voters, especially those in minority communities.  The basis for their argument is the hypothetical difficulty of minorities getting a photo identification card.  In essence, they are telling the minority community they are dim-witted and incapable of doing simple tasks.  What an offensive proclamation!  Although legislatures of 8 states have passed voter ID laws and another 32 states have similar proposals pending in their legislatures, it seems an unelected group of biased individuals knows better than the masses.  They would have you believe the majority of Americans just “don’t get it.”  They don’t understand how something that was simple for them to acquire could be so impossible for others.  It’s not a matter of cost, nor is it a matter of convenience, as most people possess a photo ID to drive, cash a check, open a bank account, or receive certified mail.  Really??  We need to get UN approval for our sovereign states to pass Constitutional laws…NAACP, get a grip!!

Then there’s the intrusion of the UN into our sovereign nation’s Second Amendment Right to Bear Arms.  On last reading of the Constitution, don’t believe the Second Amendment contains any verbiage on excluding small arms from that right, or mandating international registry of firearms.  Further, the Secretary of State doesn’t comprise two-thirds of the Senate required to ratify an international treaty; although they have found a way to bypass the Senate through implied consent.  The US Constitution is the one thing that distinguishes this exceptional Republic from every other flea-bitten nation in the rest of the world…a contract with all US citizens that other countries don’t possess.  Plus it is the operations companion to the Declaration of Independence, which delineates our God-gifted rights…life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.   The second amendment to the US Constitution is what lays forth the means to defend that contract.  It defines the basic American right to protect ourselves, our families and our property from a tyrannical government.  The Second Amendment is clear…”the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” It’s pretty clear, and it doesn’t allow for foreign entities or countries to interfere with any of our Constitutional and God-gifted rights!

Don’t like the thought of the United Nations taking away your right to bear arms?  How do you feel about them taking your property?  Well today it’s our national parks and natural resources, but tomorrow it could be the land on which you live!  Don’t think that’s possible?  Then consider right now, this very day, the UN currently maintains oversight of our national parks, coastlines and waterways.  And they have their sights on much, much more.  This has been accomplished through the listing of our national parks and monuments on the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, the Law of the Sea Treaty, and a UN agenda that would steal your personal property through stricter and stricter regulatory standards.  The goal of UNESCO is to add to their list places that hold special cultural or physical significance, including such resources as forests, mountains, lakes, deserts, monuments, buildings or cities.  Through their oversight, identified sites are managed for the “world’s heritage or humanity.”  The next time you visit the Statue of Liberty or Yellowstone, remember they are no longer just an American icon but one that belongs to all of mankind.

Then there’s the Law of the Sea Treaty that puts forth the Principle of the "Common Heritage of Mankind."   As such it dictates that oceanic resources should be “shared among all mankind and cannot be claimed by any one nation or people.”  President Reagan objected to this along with a much more intolerable mandate, one that empowers the UN to broker the world’s fisheries, marine environmental protection and preservation, research, and navigation.  Although never ratified, the Law of the Sea Treaty is allowed to restrict the fishing off the coasts of this country, and has bankrupted legacy charter fishing businesses.  Still not convinced the UN is after your property?  Check out the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, and the blueprint to terminate human impact upon the environment.  Try not complying with the Environmental Protection Agency’s unachievable standards and see what happens.  Sustainable development is not sustainable nor development.  The intent is to eliminate your ability to own property, thus allowing the UN unfettered access to America’s great natural resources.  Remember, the UN believes there is no difference between government land and privately owned land; as far as they’re concerned, if they want your land they’ll take it.  You want to pursue the American dream, then the UN nightmare must be shut down!

Oh and what business is it of the UN’s to investigate a homicide within one of the 50 sovereign states?  US federal law enforcement agencies don’t even have that right unless the purported crime crosses into their jurisdiction.  We are a nation of laws, and must live by those laws in order to maintain a civil society.  There’s not one word in the Constitution or any of the other founding documents that addresses “social justice.”  It’s against the law to willfully kill someone out of malice and with forethought.  But it’s up to a local or state law enforcement agency, along with a prosecuting attorney or grand jury to set forth charges, and left to a judge and jury to determine guilt if charges are rendered.  The last entity to have jurisdiction over a state’s criminal investigation is the United Nations!  Not only does the UN need to leave our nation’s sovereignty alone, they need to keep their collective fingers out of an individual state’s self-rule as established by both the 9th and 10th Amendments.

So let’s see, according to some the United Nations has every right to tell American citizens and sovereign states what they can and can’t do.  It’s believed by both the UN and those who ignore the Constitution that they can occupy our land and seize our national assets, natural and man made.  Doesn’t matter there’s not one iota of truth in that; doesn’t matter they blatantly tread on US citizens and their liberties.  Just when will Americans say, “ENOUGH!”?  Where do you stand?  It’s time to “Get the UN out of the US”!  

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