Monday, November 10, 2008

Defeat Obama's U.N. Global Poverty Act

Cross-posted by Maggie at Maggie's Notebook

An Obama presidency is already moving America to a rose-colored glasses relationship with the U.N. Hear no evil at the U.N., see no evil at the U.N., speak no evil of the U.N. - even though there is plenty of it. Move us right along to the One World Order.

Here's how it happens: Barack Obama's Global Poverty Bill (s.2433) will likely be pushed forward in the Senate. This Bill commits the U.S. to millions in new spending, and worse than the money...requires the achievement of the U.N. Millennium Goals.

Investor's Business Daily put it this way:

By adopting the Millennium goals in 2000, the U.N. escalated its demands to impose international taxes. Specifically, the Millennium called for a "currency transfer tax," a "tax on the rental value of land and natural resources," a "royalty on worldwide fossil energy projection — oil, natural gas, coal," "fees for the commercial use of the oceans, fees for airplane use of the skies, fees for use of the electromagnetic spectrum, fees on foreign exchange transactions, and a tax on the carbon content of fuels."
It doesn't bother U.N. sycophants that most U.S. handouts go into the hands of corrupt dictators who hate us and vote against us in the U.N., and that only 30% of our foreign aid ever reaches the poor. U.N. bureaucrats accuse the U.S. of being "stingy" in its handouts to underdeveloped countries.

There is much more to the Millennium goals than merely extorting more money from U.S. taxpayers. The goals set forth a comprehensive plan to put the United States under U.N. global governance.

Losing Sovereignty [meaning the United States of America] - These goals include a "standing peace force" (i.e. a U.N. standing army), a "U.N. Arms register" of all small arms and light weapons, "peace education" covering "all levels from preschool through university," and "political control of the global economy." The goals call for implementing all U.N. treaties that the United States has never ratified, all of which set up U.N. monitoring committees to compromise American sovereignty.

To achieve this level of control over U.S. domestic law, the plan calls for "strengthening the United Nations for the 21st century" by "eliminating" the veto and permanent membership in the Security Council. The goal is to reduce U.S. influence to one out of 192 nations, so we would have merely the same vote as Cuba.

The Global Poverty Act would be a giant step toward the Millennium goal of global governance and international taxes on Americans. Tell your senators to kill this un-American bill.
Do you have a problem with 1) a world tax on fossil fuels with funds going to the U.N.? 2) the U.N. monitoring our Second Amendment? or 3) a U.N. arms register?

The Millennium Goal wants these and more. Obama chose to add the Millennium Goal to his legislation. It was a choice.

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Related:
Here's"Tthe Meat" of Obama's Global Poverty Act, s.2433

Obama's Senate Bill s.2433 - A UN global Tax on the U.S.

Video: Glen Beck on Obama's Global Poverty Act

14 comments:

  1. Fees, fees and more fees for people we didn´t vote for, for people who are not accountable?! What´s this?! Worldlords?! NO, thanks.

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  2. http://www.cphpost.dk/get/109842.html
    Obama: Denmark has done `little´ for Iraqi refugees

    Mind your business, Mr.Obama. You are not the President of Denmark.

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  3. $50 billion for mismanagement and theft and $0 for veterans. Thank you Obama. We see where your heart really lies. And it isn't with the American Veterans.

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  4. http://www.cphpost.dk/get/109842.html

    «coalition partners such as Great Britain, Australia, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Denmark and Japan have done woefully little to meet the refugee crisis and must be encouraged to do more».

    None of his business. Obama has no saying in Europe. He is not our President. Enough!

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  5. http://www.cphpost.dk/get/109842.html
    Obama: Denmark has done `little´ for Iraqi refugees



    Obama should preach to countries where women are treated like cattle.

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  6. I've been blogging about this for many months. And it continually amazes me how people just don't appear concerned - as in, "oh, how ridiculous - that will never happen." These are likely in the same group of fools who failed to cast a vote last Tuesday. In any event, thanks for the reminder - it's time for me to resume getting the word out. Gonna be hard here in WA State, however - our senator Maria Cantwell co-authored this proposed legislation with Obama...

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  7. Roger...good post!
    I did not have to read any of it after the first few lines...I've been harping on this issue for a long time and was lucky if anyone actually read my material...I even went to providing videos covering the topic...and it's very disheartening that no one is paying attention...especially that the MSM will not print anything about it...it is part of the plan to immerse us under the rule of the United Nations...the, that's THE, most important issue that will surely arise during Obama's first term (and this is not to distract from the dangers of s.2433) is by far the Law Of The Sea Treaty (LOST). Sometime ago I posted two videos on my website that pretty much expalains LOST to the uninformed. The moment LOST is ratified, and I've said this a thousand times, "You can kiss your country goodbye!" Here is the link to the two videos...please watch...and listen very intently.
    Thanks.

    http://normanhooben.blogspot.com/2007/11/lost-lost-lost-wake-up-america.html

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  8. there is no stopping this disaster or any others.
    to write or call our so called "lawmakers" is a waste of time.
    the one and only way to stop all this declaration of war on WE THE PEOPLE is to stop it ourselves. while we still can.

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  9. Denise-Mary,I share your frustration. I also have been blogging about it for months.

    I'll say more about this on storm'n norman'n comment.

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  10. storm'n normn'n, This is Maggie.
    Thanks for the links.
    I've blogged on this consistently, detailing the Millennium Goals which is the real problem in s.2433 - because we know money isn't a problem in the U.S. :-)

    My dissenting commenters believe I have represented this incorrectly. They refuse to read the Bill and specifically the Millennium Goals. They refuse to believe the word "require."

    Some of my commenters are representatives of variable charitable organizations. They have a big stake in this - especially the MG.

    I've read your posts and will do so again.

    Norm and Denise-Mary: This is in the Foreign Relations Committee. Lugar is the ranking Republican on the committee and is a co-sponsor, as is another committee member, Hagel. Sigh.

    I have a follow up post. Thanks for reading.

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  11. Maggie M. Thornton said...


    Hi, Norm here...

    If you recall a letter from the White House around sep-oct of 07, sent to Sen Lugar and directing...emphasize DIRECTING Sen Lugar to "...GET this thing ratifed..." personally signed by Pres. Bush...
    I had been in conversation (one-on-one, face-to-face) with Sen Shelby discussing this matter...I also provided him with pages of documention... Low and behold, when the discussion came up on the Senate Floor (Oct o7) and I watched intently as Sen Vitters - Louisiana - (I never met him nor ever talked to him) read from documents that may very well have been my own...INCREDIBLE!

    Then as he wound down his speech I was absolutely astounded! His last words, as he faced the other members present, were, "I would suggest to all of you to read this as I did four months ago." Standing in front of the TV watching this all unfold on CSPAN, I couldn't believe what the senator just said...I blurted out loudly to no-one in the room but me, "FOUR MONTHS AGO! SENATOR! I READ THE DAMN THING FOUR YEARS AGO!" as my wife in the other room said, "Who are you talking to?" I replied, "nobody,just nobody...nobody cares anymore..."

    ps: I know all about the CFR...got several links on my side bar.

    McCain is a member of CFR and somebody once wrote me that Mccain later stated that he did not know what it was about when he accepted the selection...you cannot join, your only way in is through selection by the current members...you don't call them, they call you...and to this I ask,"Mr. McCain, How is it that you name is still on the membership list?"

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  12. Hi all, It's Maggie here. Roger is still away from his computer and I'm continuing to moderate for him.

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  13. Harveydawabbit: How are you suggesting we stop the U.N. Global Poverty Act?

    Ideas are welcome.

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  14. What now?! Are the UN owner of the world?! What a BS! It´s all bout power and $$$$$$! Double retirements at the expense of the work of the people!

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