There are a number of assaults on the Internet underway by liberals and globalists. One involves Obama’s “internationalizing” of the Internet but some in Congress think it might be unconstitutional.
In the end, it’s all about control, centralization and globalization under the U.N.
When Barack Obama first ran for office, business magnate Rupert Murdoch spoke highly of him. Murdoch liked Obama until he spoke to him about his views on globalism. Murdoch described them as “dangerous.” Most didn’t know what Murdoch meant at the time but we are now beginning to find out. He’s moved forward with his agenda slowly but he’s quickened the pace – he has only 15 months to go.
On Friday, our president signed the U.S. on to the UN’s “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”. He subjugated Americans and the U.S. Treasury to the U.N.. It’s a massive redistribution scheme and we are the bank.
Obama sees himself as a president of the world and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him take over Ban Ki-moon’s position one day. His loyalty does not lie with the United States.
Pope Francis didn’t make the list of “Eminent Persons” assembled by the U.N. Secretary General to plan the “global development framework” for the world beyond 2015 and culminating in 2030. But the pope didn’t need to be on the list. After all, the Vatican hasendorsed the anti-capitalist “sustainable development” agenda that is being voted on by the nations of the world at the U.N.
However, the American people, through their elected representatives, have had absolutely no input in developing this new global agenda which President Obama will implement without the input or approval of Congress.
Having been bamboozled into passing a mere bill to thwart the Iran deal, rather than treating the agreement as a treaty, the Republican-controlled Congress is on the verge of being taken to the cleaners again. This time, President Obama is maneuvering to authorize U.S. participation in a United Nations climate change treaty through an executive agreement. The treaty is expected to come out of the December meeting in Paris of parties to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Rather than submit the agreement to the Senate as an Article II Treaty, it is anticipated that the Obama administration will simply accept the treaty on the basis of what it claims to be “existing” presidential authority.
Genuine popular support in the United States is required to carry out any Government policy, foreign or domestic. The American people make up their own minds and no governmental action can change it,” Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote to Joseph Stalin on March 29, 1945.
Well, John Kerry just did change it.
During the House Foreign Relations Committee hearing, Rep. Reid Ribble asked John Kerry why the Iran nuclear deal is not considered a treaty. Kerry’s response was shocking but not unexpected.
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The fallout from President Obama’s ill-conceived agreement with Iran has begun.
Over the weekend, the Ayatollah Khamenei sent a tweet showing Obama in silhouette with a gun to his head. The text was a blatant threat to the United States that it will be defeated if it engages Iran in combat. It’s clear the Iranian regime feels it has the high ground – especially while Obama was in Kenya being rebuffed for trying to lecture the Kenyan president about gay rights.
Are we sure about that poll which stated America is highly respected across the globe? Who did they ask, Lichtenstein and Monaco?
And in what Obama and his administration felt was to their advantage, they pushed a vote in the United Nations (UN) Security Council and the European Union to validate and endorse “his” deal. So now, the actions of our U.S. Congress, following the required 60-day review period, almost seem a fait accompli.