If you were to tell average Americans that they would have to pay a world tax, be licensed to be a parent, have only one
per family or send their children to a school that was required to teach there are five separate genders, they would laugh
in your face. Strange and bizarre yet, apparently, normal everyday affairs to the global planners who occupy their days in
the meeting rooms and planning offices of the United Nations.
With little regard for national law or state sovereignty, this multifaceted organization routinely plans and attempt to
implement schemes more appropriate for a Star Trek episode than for modern day reality. The United States pays the lions share
of the U.N.s expenses and therefore you and I successfully budget delusionary utopians in their quest to create a functional
all-encompassing world government. Far too many self-important social utopians, communist, Marxists and socialists are on
the U.N. payroll, attempting to implement their wayward ideologies.
Word-wide gun control, a world congress, "child rights" and redistribution of wealth through international treaties and
declarations are in various stages of formulation or passage. Such paltry documents and laws as the American constitution
are viewed now as impediments and problems instead of as the protectors of freedom and the individual that they are. They
must be either subjected or simply ignored if the journey toward global unity and standardization is to be completed.
The World Trade Organization created in the NAFTA and GATT treaties subjugates United States sovereignty, while clearly
violating the constitution, and transfers some authority of our ability to formulate trade decisions to a world body. Big
business and greed has played havoc with principle and control of our own business decisions.
Even more disturbing is the current praise and intense study, by leading U.N. policy makers, of communist chinas active
practice of forced abortion and sterilization to control population. The possible global implementation of these extreme policies,
along with the aforementioned licensing of parents, would theoretically result in a world society free of child abuse or overpopulation,
all at the expense of any semblance of individual, parental or religious rights. Human beings in these plans become mere problematic
numbers or clogs in the machine to the "enlightened" few who literally are attempting to build a whole new society as they
see fit. That solid defender of human rights, Planned Parenthood International, would be the eager wand efficient body to
help both acceptance and efficiency of such population control operations.
Plans are currently under discussion for a permanent standing international U.N. army loyal only unto itself. Supported
by the world tax, it would not only be used as "peacekeepers," but as an instrument to help persuade and punish those nations
or individuals who veer from the international edicts of the enlightened U.N. visionaries. One can only speculate what would
be the punishment for those who dont adhere to the U.N. gun control provision or doesnt pay his "world tax."
In the United States, the backlash has already begun. Several presidential candidates, including Phil Gramm and Pat Buchanan,
have sworn, if elected president, to never put U.S. troops under U.N. command. Congress will soon consider legislation mandating
such a policy. Locally, senate candidate Wayne Allard and congressional candidate Bob Schaffer do not favor putting U.S. troops
under foreign or U.N. command. Small government, local control and states rights tenthamendment movements have attracted large
followings in direct contradiction to the spirit and structure needed for the grandiose plans of the global planners to succeed.
Criticism of the U.N.s decades long coddling of repressive countries, regimes and movements, such as Red China, Cuba and
the PLO at the expense of countries like Israel and Taiwan (who is not even allowed to be a member), has become more vocal
and critical. Neither objectivity nor fairness has generally been allowed to show its face on the floor of the General Assembly
or in the back room policy sessions of the U.N.
The United Nations has, at times, served a valuable humanitarian role in coordinating efforts in fighting disease and relieving
famine. It has also served a purpose in facilitating negotiations and providing a vehicle by which antagonistic countries
can work out their differences. This type of international philanthropy is admirable. Where the U.N. goes incredibly wrong
is in its invasion of and blatant disregard for personal, religious, community and even national rights. We have seen, and
will continue to see, the attempted gradual adoption and implementation of this radical agenda and its policies. When any
organization or governmental body, at any level, begins to trample the rights of those it is there to protect or serve, it
has overstepped its bounds and perhaps jeopardized its right to continue to exist.