Skip to comments.Freedom From War- State Department Document 7277
Posted on 11/13/2001 11:59:16 AM PST by DCE
Please remember that in light of the news of President Bush telling Vladmir Putin he is cutting our Nuclear arsenal whether he cuts it or not is very bad. If you do a search on the State Department site, or just a normal search on MSN, you will find a document titled Freedom From War- State Department Document 7277- Blueprint for Peace.
People, I beg of you to read this. It has been revised 21 times and strengthened since 1961. It was originally read on the floor of the UN by JFK on 9/25/1962. This has not been stopped. If you wonder why the reductions are going on, or other strange things our occurring, just read this. I do not accept what a person tells me as fact. Only the document from the source will do. I can assure you also, that we are almost through the second stage mentioned in this document.
I am very sad that GW is going through with this document, as I had the misfortune of living in Fort Lauderdale the last two years, and voted for him. I did not like Gore, or the other Leftists that were running. I am really down about the FTAA agreement being carried through as well. Many of you do not know much about this, but in essence it takes all of the North American countries and makes them into a Free trade area exactly as you see in the EU. It will be called the OAS. You may do a search for this document by putting the Title "Words Into Deeds" into your search engine as well. The thing most disturbing about this among the other socialist garbage that runs through it, is the fact that the borders of all countries from Northern Canada to Costa Rica will come down. Cuba is the only country left out of this at this time. Why has this not been reversed in light of what is currently happening to our beloved country??
I have spent roughly the last 6 years reading many International treaties, and they take many hours. America, we are in serious trouble. Treaties that many of you will want to review are the Millenium Declaration, Our Global Neighborhood, Treaty on Reform, ICC Treaty from June 18th 1998 (Titled Plenipotentiary), and the Anti Gun treaties that are in existence since then.
The only way that I have been able to get through to people is by showing them the facts. These treaties are straight from www.un.org. I wish all the best, and God Bless All! If any of you need help in finding these, please email me, and I will provide the links etc.
Also, I have noticed that free republic has changed from a forum of free discussion to a shill and public relations site for our current administration no matter what unconstitution actions are taken on its watch. Has any one else noticed this?
I hope this wakes some freepers up.
Doesn't anyone here care that Bush is slashing our nukes even if Russia doesn't agree to do so. Does anyone care that many civil liberties are being taken away from us with this Patriots Bill on terrorism that either has already been passed or is to be passed. I am wondering why no one on this site has even posted anything about the freedoms we are losing under the Bush administration.
Did you know that Sneak and peak provision was put into the terrorism bill which means that your house can be searched without you being informed for 90 days?
Are these things suddenly OK since they are being done by republicans?
What happened to all of the constitutional bound people that used to post on this site? If Clinton were slashing our nukes and encouraging such anticonstitutional actions We'd hear about it all over this site.
Why is it that the Bush administration is getting away with this stuff? I am just curious. Please enlighten me.
What happened to all of the constitutional bound people that used to post on this site?
Maybe the implementation of HR 2975 and its vague definitions?
Thanks for reintroducing the subject.
No. Given that a .33 reduction will still leave us with about 3,200 warheads on land/sub based missiles, ang given that we are moving forward w/ missile defense, no, I'm not especially worried.
Given that the russians seem more interested in begging for handout than thundering across the Fulda gap, no, I'm not expecially worried.
Given that the heathen chinee have fewer than 50 ICBMS, no.
If drawing down some of our nuclear force give us Public Relations cover to deploy missile defense, *especially* theater weapons, I think it's a good idea.