Skip to comments.Big Media Won't Touch Agenda 21
Posted on 02/03/2005 10:37:05 PM PST by hedgetrimmer
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Well said, folks.
Most of us have been too busy "making a living," and trying to do what was the right thing, and ignoring the "loonie-lefties" as they slowly, but surely, got their agenda out there with their feel good slogans and propaganda.
I believe that we're gaining ground.
They've been doing their thing since the '30s...we've just been doing ours for less than ten years.
The more that we can expose what's going on to the light of truth, the better shot that we have in turning this thing around. I hope and pray.
God bless all, who are seeking the truth.
Types of men:
Joe Sensitive - "After I wash the dishes, let's cuddle, OK?"
Also known as: Mr. Nice Guy, Family man, Honey, Darling, Soft-boiled Egg, Snugglepup
Advantages: Well-behaved; irons own shirts.
Disadvantages: Irritatingly compassionate, wimpy.
Old Man Grumpus - "People are stupid. The world can go to hell. Let's stay home and watch TV."
Also known as: Grumbles, Sour puss, Stick-in-the-mud, Old Fogey, Slow Mover, Jerk
Advantages: Stays put; predictable
Disadvantages: Royal pain in the ass.
Flinchy - "I--I'm sorry for whatever it was I did."
Also known as: Trembly, Creampuff, Hey you.
Advantages: Jumps entertainingly when startled
Disadvantages: Easily spooked; surrenders without a struggle.
Bigfoot - "Shut yer trap, I'm thinkin'."
Also known as: Chunk-style, Lummox, Ignoramus, Galoot, the Hulk, Big 'n' Dumb
Advantages: Can tote bales; is easily fooled
Disadvantages: Can break you in half, sweats like a pig.
Lazybones - "Zzzzzz"
Also known as: Lucky Dog, Parasite, Bum, Sponge, Snoozebucket, Drug Addict
Advantages: Well rested; easy target
Disadvantages: Unlikely to fulfull your dreams.
The Sneak - "Who, me?"
Also known as: Love Pirate, Snake, Rat, Slime, G-D Son of a Bitch
Advantages: May feel pangs of guilt
Disadvantages: May be having time of his life.
Ace of Hearts - "After I wash the dishes let's make love like crazed weasels, OK?"
Also known as: The Sizzler, Handyman, Dreamboat, Casanova, Monster
Advantages: Perpetually aroused
Disadvantages: Perpetually aroused.
The Dreamer - "Someday I'm going to be rich and famous. I don't know how, but--"
Also known as: Struggling Artist, Philosopher, Buffoon, Bag of Wind
Advantages: Tells good stories
Disadvantages: Will turn into "Old Man Grumpus".
Mr. Right - "While the servants wash the dishes, let's make love like crazed weasels in my new yacht, ok?"
Also known as: Mr. Perfect, Jim Dandy
Advantages: Answer to a woman's prayer
Disadvantages: Hunted to extinction.
I read some about the LOST treaty. Makes my blood boil. God help us if we get HITLERy in 2008.
I know. ANyone who would support the LOST treaty is not just an enemy of the state, but an enemy of FREEDOM.
I rarely listen to internet radio but I will give RBNLive a try.
I am going to practice at the shooting range more from now on.
You said that Kofi Annan and the UN have called for a new definition of sovereignty and set up organizations for that purpose. Do you have some links to share on the subject? I'm aware that elitist groups have long sought to replace our Constitution, eliminate our borders, and replace the current U.N. with one even more fearful, etc. but I haven't heard of a new definition of sovereignty. Every scheme of this wretched cabal is bad news for America.
L.O.S.T. is coming up for a vote in about 60 days. Lugar will try and sneak it in when no one is watching. If he does, Bush will sign it.
Here's a former US diplomat, Edward Marks,
Summing up in the words of the secretary general of the UN, state sovereignty is no longer the absolute be-all and end-all of the international system. This thought, explicitly introduced by the secretary general to the 1999 Session of UN General Assembly, has opened a debate on the character of the international political environment.
The secretary general's comment reflects the recent evolution in international law with respect to intervention and the rights and privileges of nation states. One major component of international law is customary law, based on what governments and officials actually do over a period of time and more or less accepted by consensus and practice. The other major component consists of treaties and other agreements, including the Charter of the United Nations. In both of these areas we have in the last decade changed the way in which we regard international law in general and the role of the UN Charter in particular.
Prior to the UN Charter, international law focused on state practice within which war was lawful as state-to- state practice. States were sovereign in law as well as practice. The UN Charter modified that situation, at least with respect to law, by proposing restrictions to the use of war and force, that is, in self-defense or when authorized by Chapter 7. In practice, unfortunately, the Charter prohibitions did not significantly inhibit actual practice by states in the use of force, with the dynamics of the Cold War effectively precluding the use of Chapter 7 by the world community. Except for the Congo operation in the 1960's, the UN until I990 engaged only in Chapter 6 operationswhat has become known as traditional peacekeeping -- in which multinational forces may use force only in self-defense.
I agree. We should put our heads together. Anyone with the financial resources to create a nation wide version of TBPA/TBK?
Foundation for a Free America?
I like that one.
If all the state chapters got together on this it could be done. Some states don't have chapters, maybe we could get some going too.
Americans for Independance from the UN?
The name could imply, you get too close, you're gonna get burned.
Americans at War,Freedom from the UN. A comma would have to be placed there, wouldn't it? For the slight pause.
The John Birch Society for many, many years has had a "Get US out of the UN" drive. Of course, that organization's credibility was smeared by the powers that be. The attacks though undeserved, were successful. Nonetheless the JBS continues and through its online bookstore sells anti-UN bumper stickers. I bought one that says "The U.N. is Not Your Friend," though I never affixed it to my bumper. Perhaps its time that I did. Morever it might be effective for everyone reading this thread---and I'm delighted and surprised at how well-informed most of you are--- to order and affix bumper stickers on your cars. If enough of us do this, perhaps others will take notice and join the campaign to rid our involvement with the U.N.
Display your bumper sticker with pride. An American, who puts America's interest over the UN's.