May 2003 - THE NEW WORLD RE-ORDER: Exposing the United Nations' attack on U.S. sovereignty
Decisions made in the next few months will determine to a great extent whether the United States of America remains a free, constitutional republic or yields its freedom to the rule of international law administered by the United Nations, according to the May issue of Whistleblower magazine.
Indeed, says this eye-opening special report, the long battle between globalists and those committed to U.S. sovereignty is coming to a head.
For the past decade, the United States government has, with few exceptions, consistently yielded to the will of the "international community." But that pattern changed dramatically on March 17, when President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair slammed shut the window of diplomacy on the United Nations and went forth with a "coalition of the willing" to liberate Iraq.
The United Nations and much of the rest of the world went ballistic, demanding the U.S. recognize and submit to the U.N.'s authority. That impasse in the Security Council, played out in the worldwide media, demonstrated viscerally the inevitable collision that has been brewing between the U.S. and the U.N.
May's Whistleblower, perhaps as never before, shines the powerful light of investigative journalism on the United Nations and its globalist agenda. From radical environmental treaties that would eviscerate traditional property rights, to attempts at global gun control, to resolutions aimed at establishing international "gay rights," the United Nations is the hub of an effort to restructure the world in the most radical ways imaginable.
The May issue includes:
- "Time to renounce the United Nations?" by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul
- "The rise of global governance," an extensive timeline documenting, among other things, the major role of the Council on Foreign Relations in promoting world government
- "The New World Re-Order" by Henry Lamb, showing how the battle between U.S. sovereignty and U.N. globalism is at a critical point
- "The U.N.'s global kangaroo court," on why the International Criminal Court is more likely to prosecute George W. Bush or Tony Blair than Saddam Hussein, by Mary Jo Anderson
- "Global 'gay' rights," by Art Moore, documenting how U.N. participants are attempting to institute a worldwide homosexual-rights agenda
- "Structure of global government" by Joan Veon, explaining the difficulties the U.S. would face if it attempted to pull out of the multi-tentacled United Nations
- "U.N. coming for your guns" by Sarah Foster, comprehensively documenting how private groups and governments have teamed up to attempt to restrict the use and ownership of firearms worldwide ÌÎ_Ì´åå including within the U.S.
- "Quit the U.N." by WND Editor and founder Joseph Farah
- "Why the U.N. can never bring peace" by Bob Just, a look at the underlying reasons global government is so appealing to so many
- "God and the United Nations" by Rev. Nate Atwood, on what the Bible says about global government vs. sovereign nationhood
- "Two futures" by Henry Lamb, providing an inspired and in-depth look into two possible future Americas ÌÎ_Ì´åå one chilling, and the other full of freedom and hope ÌÎ_Ì´åå and illustrating how America's destiny is still up for grabs
"For a long time we have planned a Whistleblower issue on globalism and the United Nations," said WND Editor Joseph Farah. "Now is the time. The next few months may indeed define what kind of country and world we live in for the rest of our lives. If you care about America, read this issue."
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