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Policy Think Tank Calls for End to "Virtual News Blackout" On UN Taxation Conference Next Week
sierra times ^ | Published 03. 14. 2002 | sierratimes

Posted on 03/16/2002 8:26:53 PM PST by ATOMIC_PUNK

Decrying the "virtual news blackout" on next week's UN conference to impose global taxes, Tom DeWeese, president of the American Policy Center, a think tank, has written to President Bush, urging him to resist all such plans.

A United Nations conference this month will ask world leaders, including President Bush, to consider global taxes to finance increased foreign aid spending.

The March 18-22 International Conference on Financing for Development in Monterrey, Mexico, is organized by the U.N. with the participation of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization.

"There has been a virtual news blackout concerning the boldest, most dangerous scheme to deprive the United States and all other nations of their sovereign rights, to take over the entire world's financial systems, to tax all energy sources, air transportation, and other aspects of the lives of the world's population," says DeWeese.

"This would be the foundation of a global government run by the United Nations", warns DeWeese. "With trillions of dollars in taxes, the UN will be free to ignore all nations, including the United States of America. The United States fought a Revolution to resist taxation without representation and the UNs plans will deal a death blow to our nation."

In a letter to President Bush, DeWeese says, "As the International Conference on Financing for Development meets in Monterrey, Mexico, (March 18-21) you will come under great pressure to support United Nations' schemes for global taxation. You are urged to vigorously resist them and condemn any plans for global taxation."

"You must soundly reject these proposals and instead promote successful American ideals that will allow other nations to build their own economic success," said DeWeese in his letter to the President.

"Rather than following American principles of private enterprise, private property rights and limited government to successfully achieve these goals, the UN proposals seek only to loot America's wealth in a Robin Hood-style theft; robbing from the rich to give to the poor."

DeWeese quoted UN Secretary General Kofi Annan's clearly announced intentions with regard to global taxation. In a report entitled Existing Proposals for Innovative Sources of Finance, "Annan outlined plans for global taxes on, among other things, international currency transactions, air line transportation, the internet, energy and natural resources."

"The United Nations has no claim to these sources of revenue; rather they are the products of private individuals, private companies or sovereign nations. Only sovereign governments have the power to tax," said DeWeese. "The United Nations seeks to become a global government."

"Mr. President, you must not allow the UN to collect a single dollar of global taxes. For once begun, there will be no way to ever stop it. The United States is the most powerful force on earth. If our nation opposes these global tax schemes, then they will not become reality."


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DeWeese quoted UN Secretary General Kofi Annan's clearly announced intentions with regard to global taxation. In a report entitled Existing Proposals for Innovative Sources of Finance, "Annan outlined plans for global taxes on, among other things, international currency transactions, air line transportation, the internet, energy and natural resources."

TIME TO GET OUT OF THE UN AND TELL THESE BASTAGES TO GET OFF OUR COUNTRY AND OUT OF OUR POCKETS

1 posted on 03/16/2002 8:26:53 PM PST by ATOMIC_PUNK
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK
All you lovers of Saint George take note: he's about to sell out the U.S. again. I'll take bets on his supporting a worldwide taxing authority (i.e.: theft of your property without representation, as if representation made it any better). I'll double any bets--I'm not doing well in the office college basketball pools. The Kid.
2 posted on 03/16/2002 8:32:13 PM PST by warchild9
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3 posted on 03/16/2002 8:34:32 PM PST by Free the USA
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To: warchild9
bull-donkey. GW will not allow it. He knows that taxation without representation would be asking for another revolution to save our constitution and reaffirm our declaration of independence, this time from the UN.
5 posted on 03/16/2002 8:49:02 PM PST by ImaGraftedBranch
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To: ratcat
If it does pass, that may be the last straw that finally gets us out of the UN for good.
6 posted on 03/16/2002 8:52:03 PM PST by stands2reason
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To: warchild9
I see why you're doing poorly on your bets. My cat is a better prognosticator than you.
7 posted on 03/16/2002 8:53:17 PM PST by stands2reason
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To: ImaGraftedBranch
W, like his daddy, has no respect for the United States. The Bushites can't see this because of the sand in their eyes. He's turning into a great war president, with his excellent handling of a complex international situation, but domestically, he's another of a long line of globalists. And they do not have our best interests in mind. The Kid.
8 posted on 03/16/2002 8:56:23 PM PST by warchild9
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To: stands2reason
If there's a news blackout, and the boobs don't see mention of this on television, nothing will happen. Sports is more important to your average American. The Kid.
9 posted on 03/16/2002 8:57:24 PM PST by warchild9
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK
NewsMax.com

March 16, 2002

Take Action Now

Globalist Taxers Want Your Money

Urgent: Worldwide taxation is the centerpiece of a United Nations conference starting Monday. If the globalists get their way we'll pay taxes to foreigners elected by no one. Contact President Bush and your senators and congressmen before it's too late: Send an Urgent PriorityGram.

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Globalist Taxers Want Your Money

Wes Vernon, NewsMax.com

Saturday, March 16, 2002

WASHINGTON – World Government is pounding on our door and demanding that the U.S. surrender its sovereignty and let the United Nations take over our lives. Worldwide taxes would be imposed by people in far-off lands elected by no one.

This is not conspiracy theory. This is fact. It is happening right now.

Alarmed citizens are bombarding the White House with demands that the U.S. say no to global taxes. Global taxation is the centerpiece of a four-day United Nations conference starting Monday. The gathering is to consider recommendations of a special High Level Council.

The mail pouring into the White House results from the efforts of those activist groups that have pierced the heavy curtain of silence erected by the media establishment, which is taking no note of the implications of the meeting in Monterrey, Mexico.

American Policy Center, for example, has issued a bulletin saying, "Quite simply, the UN wants the ability to tax citizens of the United States and other nations on an individual basis."

Think: Global IRS.

A new international organization is envisioned, Economic Security Council (ESC).

Henry Lamb, chairman of Sovereignty International and a walking encyclopedia on world government efforts from all directions, says ESC is intended as the vehicle for formulating the global tax. This would be accomplished through "information sharing" coordinated by the United Nations to track economic activity of every person and every business.

Known as the Tobin Tax, named after the Yale economist who came up with the idea, the purpose is to provide the United Nations with "independent funding." The aim here is to free the U.N. from those annoying elected U.S. officials who insist on accountability to the taxpayers who foot the bills.

The Tobin Tax, an exchange of currency among nations, is estimated to yield more than 100 times the U.N.’s current budget. No more arguing with people such as Sen. Jesse Helms who have led the drive to withhold payment of U.S. dues until the U.N. becomes less irresponsible. Once this is enacted, the watchword would be just pay up and don’t ask questions.

With that kind of money, the United Nations would be able to call the shots as it pleases.

The tax aims to slow or stop speculation on exchange rates, according to Lamb. Supposedly, money would be taken away from the "greedy" (i.e., the successful) who earn profits, and redistributed to Third World countries.

Supplementing or perhaps an alternative to the Tobin Tax would be a worldwide tax on fossil fuels as a preventive measure against so-called "global warming."

That the "global warming" scare has been shown to be one of the biggest hoaxes of modern times is irrelevant. World government-minded left-wingers need to keep the mythology alive to get their hands on your money without seeking your approval so they can remake the world according to their utopian fantasies.

No Veto

As Sovereignty International points out, "No elected official in the United States [would have] any authority to alter or veto these decisions."

Tom DeWeese, president of American Policy Center, has written President Bush urging him to resist all such international taxation schemes.

"There has been a virtual news blackout concerning the boldest, most dangerous scheme to deprive the United States and all other nations of their sovereign rights, to take over the world’s financial systems, to tax all energy sources, air transportation [another idea being bandied about among the conference planners], and other aspects of the world’s population," writes DeWeese in a release dated Thursday.

As the International Conference on Financing for Development meets in Monterrey, the president will come under great pressure "to support United Nations’ schemes for global taxation," DeWeese warns Bush. "You are urged to vigorously resist them and condemn any plans for global taxation."

The plan would feed on itself. The ESC would create a 23-member council, selected on a rotating basis, no one with veto power, to form a "consensus" process for decisions.

As Lamb notes, "The new ESC, if created, would be little more than a rubber stamp for U.N. bureaucrats" because it would consist of representatives from member countries who are on the receiving end of handouts from an abundantly funded international organization. These members, he observes, would be prime targets for manipulation by a de facto world government.

There are other facets to the 72-page recommendations of the High Level Council, including eliminating "tax competition" among nations. Translation: It’s not fair that socialist countries, which have taxed themselves into the poorhouse, should be at a competitive disadvantage with the United States, whose taxes are comparatively low.

That is reminiscent of efforts by the OECD, the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, about which NewsMax.com has reported.

Clinton's Damage Never Ends

Preparation for the Mexico conference enjoyed the backing of the Clinton-Gore administration. In fact, Clinton Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin represents the United States on this High Level Council. This is the same Robert Rubin implicated in Bill Clinton's Enron scandal.

The Bush administration’s views on all this are unknown. That is what sparked the letter-writing campaign, which DeWeese says is gaining momentum despite the media blackout. Inquiries as to where the White House is going on these issues have elicited mixed signals.

Sovereignty International warns, "Once the United Nations has independent financing, and an adequate stream of revenue to maintain its own standing army, it will be the world government that has been the dream of globalists for the entire century."

That puts a fine point on it. Time is short. President Bush, and members of Congress, need to hear from grassroots Americans.

(End of NewsMax.com article)

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Actually, Bush should be told not to go to the conference at all. Everyone knows once he's there he will not tell them off, as he should.

10 posted on 03/16/2002 8:58:54 PM PST by Warhorse
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To: stands2reason
The United States is disintegrating. The process has already begun. The Southwest will go first. I'll still take double bets. The Kid.
11 posted on 03/16/2002 8:59:20 PM PST by warchild9
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To: warchild9
If there's a news blackout, and the boobs don't see mention of this on television, nothing will happen. Sports is more important to your average American. The Kid. 9

Yes, the apathy is sickening!!

12 posted on 03/16/2002 9:00:02 PM PST by timestax
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK
Bump !!
13 posted on 03/16/2002 9:03:27 PM PST by Warhorse
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To: warchild9
I think he knows that if he were to do that, people would scream treason and impeachment. It does make one nervous that he has consistantly refused to give his position on it.
14 posted on 03/16/2002 9:04:58 PM PST by MissAmericanPie
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK
hear hear - "TIME TO GET OUT OF THE UN AND TELL THESE BASTAGES TO GET OFF OUR COUNTRY AND OUT OF OUR POCKETS"
15 posted on 03/16/2002 9:19:11 PM PST by XBob
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To: warchild9
I'm with The Kid. I'm not sure Dubya can even say "cojones."
16 posted on 03/16/2002 9:20:05 PM PST by edger
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To: ratcat
--in a way, I hope they do. I hope that this might finally wake up the US people. Nothing else really has yet. Taxes are seen, unless they sneak them into the normal witholding and you don't get to see the details. Tell ya, if everyone had to cut a check every month to uncah sugar, without the automagical witholding, things would be a lot different. I want them to even try and tax the internet. The Un would get hacked to little tiny shreds, I doubt there's a hacker out there wouldn't want in on that one.
17 posted on 03/16/2002 9:36:02 PM PST by zog
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK,GeronL,B4Ranch
When the UN gets taxing authority, stand by! It will morph into a Frankenstein's monster with a speed which will be astounding.
18 posted on 03/16/2002 10:06:10 PM PST by Travis McGee
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK
bump for later
19 posted on 03/16/2002 10:15:51 PM PST by TheUglyAmerican
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To: warchild9
All you lovers of Saint George take note: he's about to sell out the U.S. again. I'll take bets on his supporting a worldwide taxing authority (i.e.: theft of your property without representation, as if representation made it any better). I'll double any bets--I'm not doing well in the office college basketball pools. The Kid.

I won't be taking that bet...you are spot on in your observation.

I think Bush will probaly go along with some kind of U.N world tax, all in the guise of "fighting terrorism" of course.

20 posted on 03/16/2002 10:25:40 PM PST by ActionNewsBill
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To: stands2reason
It doesn't look like the UN and the political leaders of the US are planning to part ways any time soon.

US Ambassador to the UN Negroponte's address to Congress March 14, 2002. Make sure you read the links, too. Lot's of good stuff included.

And if you know anyone who thinks the UN is reforming like www.cunr.org says, they may be in for a surprise. But then again, anybody who really believes the UN is being reformed is probably surprised every morning when they open their eyes.

21 posted on 03/16/2002 10:30:28 PM PST by ohmage
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To: edger
I'm with The Kid. I'm not sure Dubya can even say "cojones."

I am as well.
"cojones"? Dubya can say it. He just doesn't look down when he does.

22 posted on 03/16/2002 10:32:32 PM PST by rightofrush
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To: warchild9
He screwed up on international stuff too lately hes selling out Israel the Arabs will attack us more because of this it makes us look weak.
23 posted on 03/16/2002 10:43:20 PM PST by weikel
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To: zog
It was recently pointed out, that by targetting currency exchange as a source of taxable income for the UN, every purchase made by someone in the US, of a product made in a foriegn country, and vice-versa, will be subject to this tax. The tax will be,using a UN term, 'transparent'.

Ah, Globalism. Ah, NAFTA. Ah, Spheres of influence. They beginning to sound like building blocks for Mr. Big, yet?

24 posted on 03/16/2002 10:57:50 PM PST by ohmage
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK
Time to Freep the Whitehouse and let George know how we feel about this! I'm still ticked because he gave them the back dues!
25 posted on 03/16/2002 11:10:20 PM PST by brat
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To: ratcat
I'll link to this... if the media does not like a story, they just don't talk about it- so the average person hasn't a clue.
26 posted on 03/17/2002 1:27:13 AM PST by backhoe
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To: ImaGraftedBranch
To: B4Ranch

"who pays the UN costs to overthrow the American way of life with your tax dollars."

The very FIRST order of business for Congress last year, while Republicans still had the majority in the Senate,
was to authorize back payments to the UN.
8 years of klintoon to clean up and this was their 1st priority.

27 posted on 3/16/02 1:40 PM Pacific by 68-69TonkinGulfYatchClub
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/647551/posts?

27 posted on 03/17/2002 2:22:09 AM PST by B4Ranch
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To: B4Ranch
And don't they have to go through Congress to see to it we pay taxes on a worldwide basis? Maybe he is going to let them know this is a dumb idea.
28 posted on 03/17/2002 4:30:33 AM PST by Mfkmmof4
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To: timestax
Yes, the apathy is sickening!!

so what ... who cares?

29 posted on 03/17/2002 5:01:40 AM PST by THEUPMAN
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To: warchild9
All you lovers of Saint George take note: he's about to sell out the U.S. again. I'll take bets on his supporting a worldwide taxing authority

Wouldn't take that bet if you gave me 10 to 1 odds.

30 posted on 03/17/2002 5:04:26 AM PST by ridensm
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To: Warhorse
Actually, Bush should be told not to go to the conference at all. Everyone knows once he's there he will not tell them off, as he should.

In addition, him going in person legitimizes the whole nasty business and shows he consideres it even worth debate. Appearances mean a lot in politics and this looks bad for us. Hang on to your wallets folks.

31 posted on 03/17/2002 5:08:34 AM PST by ridensm
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To: backhoe
I'll link to this... if the media does not like a story, they just don't talk about it- so the average person hasn't a clue.

The media likes the story just fine. In fact most of them are drooling at the prospect. They don't talk about things they consider too deep for us fly-over people or things they worry might needlessly stir up the natives or things they would rather we not hear about. It's a bit like communism, those who decide have the power.

32 posted on 03/17/2002 5:12:30 AM PST by ridensm
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To: MissAmericanPie
I think he knows that if he were to do that, people would scream treason and impeachment. It does make one nervous that he has consistantly refused to give his position on it.

With probably 95% of the population completely oblivious to the fact this is even happeneing, let alone the potential consequences and inherent symbolism, who do you think is going to scream? There is a reason he hasn't come out against it...he's either for it or he's on the fence and plans on signing on anyway.

33 posted on 03/17/2002 5:16:03 AM PST by ridensm
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To: ohmage
--it's when you take it all into account, all the various ways the UN is affecting people, and what they got planned. People have been laughing at it, calling it no big deal every step of the way, but now they actually have some serious control of US people, and they really have a lot of control over how the kids get raised and taught. To a lot of folks it's too subtle to pick up on, because there's hardly ever any news on it.

I'm thinking there might finally be action once the tax is in place, and if that don't do it it will be the attempt to regulate and tax private well water usage.

34 posted on 03/17/2002 5:16:33 AM PST by zog
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To: Mfkmmof4
And don't they have to go through Congress to see to it we pay taxes on a worldwide basis? Maybe he is going to let them know this is a dumb idea.

You still seem to think anyone in DC gives the slightest damn about the Constitution. Bush could have let them know it was a dumb idea in a letter or with an envoy. His personal presence legitimizes the whole thing and he knows it.

35 posted on 03/17/2002 5:18:53 AM PST by ridensm
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To: ridensm
I'm locked and loaded on this one. I'll not give up my hard-earned dollars to these Marxist bastards. Wotta crock!!
36 posted on 03/17/2002 5:23:15 AM PST by szweig
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To: ratcat
He said no new taxes. 'Over my dead body'. He just raised foreign "aid". I really don't believe he will approve this. We'll see.
37 posted on 03/17/2002 8:30:49 AM PST by monkeywrench
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To: ratcat
Thanks for all your pings, Ratcat. And Happy St. Pat's to you!

PS: It will be a cold day in you know what before I give the UN one slim dime!
38 posted on 03/17/2002 8:59:59 AM PST by Libertina
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To: Mfkmmof4
The inaction of our Congress will decide the results,. This is the State Departments views. Maybe you should ask Bush why he has a Communist in that seat.

"With respect to U.S. policy, when it comes to our role as a member of the Security Council [of the United Nations] we obviously are bound by UN resolutions." - Colin Powell, Secretary of State

39 posted on 03/17/2002 9:02:03 AM PST by B4Ranch
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To: ridensm
bump
40 posted on 03/17/2002 9:21:23 AM PST by timestax
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To: Warhorse
bump
41 posted on 03/17/2002 11:39:15 AM PST by jonatron
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To: jonatron
The news blackout on this major event is so sophisticated that today's local Sunday paper (3/17/02) carries a fairly detailed Associated Press story on the UN Human Rights Commission session opening tomorrow in Geneva --- which George W. Bush will NOT attend, as far as I know --- but says nothing about the far more important international Monterey conference toward global taxation, which Bush IS scheduled to attend!

When they don't want you to know something, they really don't want you to know it!

42 posted on 03/17/2002 6:04:47 PM PST by Warhorse
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK
anti-UN bump!!
43 posted on 03/18/2002 7:39:47 AM PST by timestax
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To: zog
and they really have a lot of control over how the kids get raised and taught.

Anyone remember the UN Conference something about the "rights of children." It was supposed to happen late September but last I heard it was postponed because of 911.

Did they have it yet or did we get lucky and it all went away? If it happened anyone point me to finding out what happened (actual name of the conference would help me do a search.)

44 posted on 03/18/2002 9:28:45 PM PST by kancel
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To: Black Jade
BTTT!!!!!
46 posted on 03/25/2002 2:25:22 AM PST by E.G.C.
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To: warchild9
Bush blocks U.N. tax plan: Henry Lamb praises president for skillful handling of global power grab


Boneheaded Bush Bashers wrong again?? I am shocked, SHOCKED!!!

47 posted on 03/25/2002 3:05:45 AM PST by gratefulwharffratt
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To: gratefulwharffratt
that may be the case this time but rest assured he will give the u.n. the moneys stolen from American taxpayers.
49 posted on 03/25/2002 4:24:58 AM PST by IRtorqued
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK; Black Jade
The UN "tax" scheme is a PURE NEW WORLD ORDER SCAM, designed to provide a political and police (and perhaps military) wing for the NWO rule by the international financialists!!! That is why such people as George Soros and Ted Turner are backing it!!! This is NOT being done on behalf of the world's poor, but for the sake of the super-rich global financial elitists!!!!

The point man for this whole effort is Kofi Annan, a clinton clone and a virtual clinton appointee!!!! (Remember how clinton and company pushed out Boutros Boutros-Ghalli to get his errand boy, Annan, in!) It is ironic--but typical NWO--that a US appointee is now heading up a scheme to destroy what is left of American sovereignty.

Among other things, the "tax" will be used to finance a world police force of "peacekeepers". You can be sure that most of this force will consist of blue-helmeted muslim thugs!!! For a prevew of "coming attractions", look at Kosovo, where blue-helmeted "Emirati", Jordanian, and Moroccan gendarmes have been pushing Kosovo Serbs around, and even aiding their KLA co-religionists in destoying Christian churches!!! Imagine such "police" in Yourtown, USA!!!

I am more pro-UN than most posters on FR. I mainly see the UN as a means of war prevention--talking rather than fighting (i.e., the original purpose of the UN when it was founded by mainly Western countries). However, I am EXTREMELY against the "new UN", the UN's kangaroo "court" in the Hague and other NWO activities already in place, and aganist Kofi Annan continuing to serve as Secretary-General. If this is what is happening, I join the Freeper chorus calling for the US out of the UN and the UN out of New York!!!!

50 posted on 03/25/2002 6:26:04 AM PST by Honorary Serb
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