The United Nations often makes the news – especially in Tea Party circles. While the rest of the world seems to bow at the feet of these globalists, the Tea Party has looked deeper into its treaties and agendas and has been horrified by what it has found. Consequently, the news being circulated by Tea Party networking systems remains a mystery to the outside world. What do these staunch constitutional conservatives know that the rest of the world doesn’t, and why doesn’t the rest of the world know what the Tea Party knows? These are two extremely provocative questions, which I will try to answer in this post.
United Nations background
First, a little background on the United Nations. After World War II, the nations of the world believed that another world war would be devastating beyond our ability to rebuild. Therefore, in 1945, 51 countries joined together to replace the flawed League of Nations with the organization we now call the United Nations. Since 1945, it has grown to 193 member states and virtually includes the entire civilized world. This organization had noble-sounding objectives: to facilitate cooperation in international law and security; social progress; human rights, and achieve world peace. Aside from sounding like part of a Miss America’s speech, some of its objectives could mean different things to different people – like “hope and change,” and many of the United Nations’s objectives passed the superficial nice-sounding test.
One of its primary objectives was to form a council for economic development that would assist in promoting international economic and social cooperation and development, known as the Economic Development Council. Again, sounds good but exactly what does that mean? The Economic Development Council was scheduled to meet once a year in July for a four-week session. Since 1988, it has held another meeting in April with finance ministers heading key committees of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Make a mental note here that David Rockefeller is a world banker. He will be quoted in the latter part of this post.
All of this may sound wonderful but, as usual, the devil is in the details. The “devil”, in this case, may not necessarily be a metaphoric term.
Treaties are the supreme law of the land
The flag of the United Nations. (Public domain as per UN policy.)
Another point worth making before getting down to the nitty-gritty is that according to our Constitution, any treaties with foreign nations (including the United Nations, which is a conglomeration of foreign nations) are binding once they have been ratified by our Senate. To be perfectly clear, treaties that usurp or contradict our Constitution are not binding upon us. This – however comforting – is a minor point since our ambassadors and elected officials have been able to find ways to conform to the treaties without directly impugning our Constitution but circumventing it.
This past July one such treaty was before the United Nations for adoption. It was the United Nations Arms Treaty. On the face of it, the treaty would have regulated arms trade in order to restrict trade between terrorists. Regulating arms trade between terrorists does not infringe upon our Constitution – but – if you classify terrorists as our Homeland Security has – to mean Tea Party members or ex-military, this treaty can take on a whole new meaning. It would not overtly overturn our 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms. But it would circumvent it by over-regulating many of our citizens who can be classified “enemies of the state,” and according to Janet Napolitano, “terrorists”. Fortunately, this treaty was killed in Committee. One last point, you should know that our Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fully supported the treaty.
UN Agenda 21
As egregious as the Arms Treaty may have been, a United Nations initiative known as “Agenda 21” is far more insidious. According to their website, this initiative’s objectives are to save Mother Earth. It states:
Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment.
While this relatively vague statement may sound innocuous, it is anything but. The “human impacts on the environment” phrase translates into an extreme green philosophy that believes that meat-eaters, air conditioning, and using fossil fuels (such as gasoline) impact negatively on the environment. As a consumer nation, America is one of the chief offenders of all things green – regardless of our stifling environmental regulations. The details of Agenda 21 have become readily available on the worldwide web. If you would like to know more about it, I suggest the YouTube video “Agenda 21 for Dummies.”
Agenda 21 was presented at the United Nations summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1992, where it enjoyed support from world leaders, including then President George H.W. Bush. The John Birch Society was out on front on this for many years, as was a nationwide organization known as Agenders. (For Agenda 21 Enders.) Recently the Tea Party has brought this plan from out of the darkness into the light, which brings me to the second of my questions: why doesn’t the rest of the world know what the Tea Party knows?
The United Nations colludes with the media
In the course of preparing for a presentation on the United Nations from a biblical standpoint, I came upon the answer to another question: why haven’t you heard about this in the media? The answer to this question also answers the above question.
In a speech in 1991 in Baden Bade, David Rockefeller (a world banker) stated:
We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years (Do the math: this collusion has been in existence since 1951!). It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational (“above” the national) sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination (sovereign governments) practiced in past centuries.
There you have it, in their own words, the admission of collusion between the United Nations and our media, (specifically mentioned are the notoriously liberal entities: The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Time Magazine) who are supposed to be our watchdogs. I encourage you to read Rockefeller’s statement several times in order to fully appreciate how the United Nations and the media have not only betrayed us but done it right under our very noses. So, now we don’t have to wonder why the news media doesn’t report on such things. They deliberately conspired not to!
United Nations colludes with elected officials
That’s not the end of the story. It’s a bit worse when you add our elected officials to the list of conspirators.
In September 1994, David Rockefeller stated:
We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the new world order.
If the words “transformation” and using the right “crisis” sound familiar, they should. The man now occupying the White House ran on the platform of fundamental transformation, and his chief of staff claimed that a good crisis should never go to waste. While these words alone can’t condemn the Chicago thugs, the compatible philosophies are startling. Ahhh…but then there’s the President’s Rural Council that attempted to implement much of Agenda 21, and went a bit further by requiring anyone who operated farm equipment to have a CDL license. Thank goodness that most of that madness was stopped in its tracks. Unfortunately, Agenda 21, disguised as Sustainable Development or Smart Growth has infiltrated a long list of American municipalities – all in the name of protecting the environment. The real problem is that they don’t realize that they are protecting the environment from its worst offenders – the members of the human race. If you’re reading this, yes, that includes you.
If you agree with this Agenda, then you won’t have any problem being herded to live in the cities in pack ‘em and stack ‘em housing, and if you somehow manage to keep your property in suburbia or rural enclaves, you won’t mind living on one acre or less of land. Sustainability, as defined by Agenda 21, has its price. The last two questions I’ll ask are: 1. Are you prepared to pay it? And 2. If not, what do you intend to do about it? If your answered #2, I suggest you contact your local Tea Party – and run, don’t walk. And one more thing, I’d suggest you don’t go to The New York Times, The Washington Post, or Time Magazine for reliable information.