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The United Nations Millennium Summit

Mark Alexander · Sep. 8, 2000

As if there were not enough “enemies within,” the United Nations Millennium Summit in New York is an exposition of enemies from abroad. Billed as an event to chart the course of the United Nations for the next century, the summit set its crosshairs directly on our national sovereignty. Taking aim, former Soviet Union president Mikhail Gorbachev insisted the U.N. must fill the power void left after the Cold War, and he proposed a radical agenda to broaden U.N. authority. “In addition to the Security Council, we must have an Economic Council and an Environmental Council with authority equal to that of the Security Council,” said Mr. Gorbachev. AKA – Marxism Version 3.0! (NOTE: must have the latest version of Algore to run properly.)

Alan Tonelson, a research fellow at the U.S. Business and Industry Council, says, “[The summit] is one more development in an ongoing process by the world government lobby to bring us closer to world government. [The U.S. could lose] our sovereignty over our own laws and regulations. … [The U.N.] continues to promote these trial balloons, and they will gradually get governments so desensitized to what’s happening that they’ll be able to slip various things through. They have a fairly long time horizon, even though they sometimes sound very impatient, and they are confident time is on their side.”

The U.N.‘s long-term objectives include: A U.N. Army, a U.N. centralized economic plan and tax system, world government rule on macro-issues regarding economic relationships, resource distribution, culture and the environment, and world government rule on micro-issues regarding families and children.

Highlighting the presence of numerous international outlaws at the summit, Brothers to the Rescue, who operate search aircraft to locate and arrange rescue for Cuban refugees in the waters between the U.S. and Red Cuba, want the FBI to arrest Fidel Castro for the deaths of four of their pilots who were killed when their small Cessna aircraft was shot down by Cuban fighter jets in 1996 over international waters.

By what authority…? The Constitution’s Article I, Section 8, declares, “The Congress shall have power…to define and punish piracies and felonies committed on the high seas, and offenses against the law of nations….” Of course, this Congress has not even been able to “define and punish piracies and felonies committed” in our own White House.

Political analyst Peter Roff also suggests “the New York Police Department…arrest, detain, and hold over for trial some of the more bloodthirsty of the world’s thugs like Tariq Aziz, Deputy Prime Minister to Saddam Hussein, [and] Omar Hassan Bashir, president of Sudan, where the Muslim majority enslaves, buys, and sells individuals who profess belief in Jesus Christ.”

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