10/00 The UN And You

The UN And You
Larry Pratt

A lot of folks in the UN want it to be the cop patrolling your neighborhood. They want the UN to be your Big Brother.

A couple of years ago, the UN sent an African diplomat into the U.S. to evaluate our human rights violations. What were the charges? Why, the U.S. executes convicted murderers!

The Australians got their nose pushed in the same foul brew when the UN’s Human Rights Commission wanted to get involved in Australia’s treatment of its aborigine population. At the moment Australia is wisely denying permission for the international busybodies to even visit their country.

The labor-day confab at the UN, attended by most of the world’s heads of state, underscored how far along we really are to a one world government.

Ground work for the assemblage has been underway for some time. One of the chief instigators is the Gorbachev State of the World Forum, founded by the last thug to rule the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev. His tutelage for shaping world government is not what most Americans would like, but he seems to fit in just fine with the UN crowd.

The agenda at the Labor Day world leaders’ “love in” included ironing out details of what is called Charter 99. The UN web site tells us that the Charter includes 12 areas for urgent action. Among these areas are the raising of revenue (that translates to paying taxes to the UN), ratification of the international criminal court, and a standing army. Those measures would give the UN the means to steal sovereignty from every government in the world.

How extraordinary that a President of the U.S., Bill Clinton, having taken an oath under God to uphold the U.S. Constitution, would go to the UN and call for a standing army to serve as the UN’s strike force. What is even more alarming is that there were no mass demonstrations in front of the Congress demanding that the President be impeached for treason.

There was a bill in this Congress to set up just such a UN standing army. It was H.R. 4453 introduced by Rep. James McGovern, a Democrat from Massachusetts.

Consider what tender mercies the UN has. Boutros Boutros-Ghali, a former Secretary General of the UN, was Minister of Foreign Affairs in Egypt during the genocide in Ruwanda that slaughtered nearly 1,000,000 Tutsis in a month’s time. Boutros-Ghali authorized the sale of the mortar bombs, rocket launchers, grenades and ammunition used in the genocide. He continued to authorize such sales even during the course of the Ruwandan holocaust. Such would be our leaders if the UN is not stopped and if the US does not get out of the UN.

By the way, the Ruwandan government first registered the guns of the Tutsis, then confiscated all of them. Even their machetes.