Letter to the editor- The U.N. is an enemy to U.S.
The United Nations is truly an enemy within our own nation and has been from the first day it was created.
UNESCO “had exhibited a hostility toward the basic institutions of a free society, especially a free market and a free press,” quoted from the U.S. State Department, explaining why the United States withdrew from the UN’s version of Health and Human Services in 1984.
At the June 1998 Rome Summit, the UN openly called for the ability to bring any person in the world before their criminal court.
A September 1999 report calls for global abolition of the right to keep and bear arms. The UN also states that all children belong to the state and not to the parents.
From September 1999 through the present, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan has delivered a series of addresses openly calling for an end to national sovereignty, the creation of world law under a global government, and the unrestricted ability of the UN to intervene in the internal affairs of nations.
We must protect the freedom of our nation at all cost. There is a bill in Congress, HR1146, to get the United States out of the UN. Contact your representative and ask them to support this bill. Congress has just voted to give $250 million of our tax dollars for back payment to the United Nations. Our representatives took an oath to uphold the Constitution and to protect our nation. Please call and write your congressman and ask where they stood on voting to give $250 million to the UN. Contact our senators and ask them to vote against any bill that supports the UN.
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