United Nations

Yet another intellectual demands the US cede its sovereignty to the UN

by Skip February 17, 2018

Yep, the Association of Undemocratic States and Tinpot Despots who have made it clear that they are there because MO MONEY, MO MONEY, MO MONEY, getting cover for their actions, and oh yeah, hating on Israel. In a piece titled “My Turn: Strengthen the UN“, Ray Perkins Jr (professor of philosophy, emeritus, at Plymouth State […]

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Universal Rights, Anyone?

by Ellen Kolb January 2, 2018
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From Twitter: the United Nations wants to celebrate human rights. @obianuju suggests that the U.N. broaden its horizons. A very important anniversary coming up in 2018: Universal Declaration of Human Rights is turning 70!#StandUp4HumanRights & read your #RightsOutLoud ???? https://t.co/NS3qFiFtIy pic.twitter.com/FdYnWG2RIV — United Nations (@UN) December 30, 2017 Until the UN stops their support for abortion- […]

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Obama: Was this the diplomacy equivalent of removing the “W” keys?

by Skip December 24, 2016

Famously the Clinton White House staffers removed the “W” keys from their keyboards just before George W Bush took over the Oval Office.  This was the F. U. moment of a group of youngsters that were in an ideological pique of years that belied their status.  Not only was it a sophomoric stunt but it […]

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How About Honoring the UN on Independence Day?

by Steve MacDonald July 5, 2016
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The Democrat pictured above in the Amherst Independence Day Parade is (we are told) one Martin Goulet. “Martin Goulet of Amherst, NH,” really felt the Bern. He also writes informational content on the Amherst Democrat’s blog site and thinks that Independence Day is also UN Pride Day. (Go Free speech, right?)

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“Strong Cities” or Global Police Force?

by Kim Gilbert October 5, 2015

“The Strong Cities Network will launch on 29 September in New York on the margins of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Welcoming remarks will be offered by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who will also introduce a Keynote address […]

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Jeanne Shaheen – Enemy of the Constitution

by Tom March 24, 2013

Yesterday, the US Senate voted on an amendment to “uphold Second Amendment rights and prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty“. While this issue could come up for another vote during the session, this action essentially rejected the UN Gun Ban Treaty – officially called the “Arms Trade Treaty” (ATT) – which was […]

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Sustainable Development…The Movie

by Tom February 28, 2013

Last week, I posted a link to a pamphlet titled “Understanding Sustainable Development – Agenda 21 For The People and their Public Officials“. Today, I found a valuable companion video to it (see below) titled “False Choices”. This video provides a comprehensive overview and historical summary of the intrusive United Nations program, created by globalists […]

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What does 70 below zero look like?

by Tim Condon December 24, 2012

You haven’t read this story in every mainstream media outlet, every day, on every front page this last week. It’s those damned Russians: They’re at at it again! What’s the problem, you ask? Well, like I say, it’s the Russians! They’re…

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GrokTV Event – Rumney home event for Ovide Lamontagne (Candidate, NH Governor) – Question 4: UN Arms treaty mean US gun control imposed on us?

by Skip July 19, 2012

The folks who attended the home event in Rumney, NH for Ovide Lamontagne (vying to be the Republican nominee for NH Governor) changed the topic to one that is near and dear to many (if not most) New Hampshire-ites: Guns and the ability to possess and use firearms.  Why?  In some cases, like moi, simply […]

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