AMERICANS COMMITTING NATIONAL SUICIDE
PART 1 of 2
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[Note from Devvy: Over couple of weeks I'll be traveling and while I will have my laptop with me, it's difficult sometimes to write new material. I've asked NWVs to run half dozen of my columns that were written prior to my coming on board, along with a couple after I became a regular contributor. These columns are critical in educating those Americans who are sincerely concerned about the direction America is headed, but don't have a lot of time for research. While these columns are dated a few years, the information contained in them is relevant today in understanding who and what is behind the curtain of deception.]
"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself.
"For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their garments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. -- Marcus Tullius Cicero 42 BC
Americans have been warned for almost 100 years about the evil creeping into our Republic. The vast majority have ignored the warnings for a variety of reasons with the list growing over time: apathy, blind loyalty to their political party, self-absorption, addiction to drugs, sports, pornography, sexual perversions being sold as "alternative lifestyles," a good economy, offerings from "Pretendland" (Hollywood), "free" prescription pills and remaining in their false "comfort zones."
Since 9-11, Mr. Bush and his mouthpieces have told the American people to get busy with shopping and go do the things you normally do. Sure, that way the people won't catch on to the chicanery underway. Since Mr. Bush was selected for the White House, the Unseen Hand has gone into hyper- drive to cement it's one world government.
Perhaps a few words from the past will shake some of the dust out of people's brain cavities long enough to think about the words below. And for those who think communism and fascism are dead, I'm sorry to inform you that they are alive and well, they're just being sold under a different name with "new and improved" packaging.
NONE IS SO BLIND AS HE WHO WILL NOT SEE
Congressional Record. House of Representatives January 15, 1962 Page 215
Mr. Utt: Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent to address the House for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks.
Mr. Speaker: Is there objection to the request of the gentleman from California?
There was no objection.
Mr. Utt: Mr. Speaker, on the opening day of the 2nd session of the 87th Congress, I introduced H.R. 9567, a bill to rescind and revoke membership of the United States in the United Nations and the specialized agencies thereof and to repeal the Immunities Act relative thereto.
"I introduced this resolution because it is my firm conviction that this Nation cannot survive as a Republic as long as we are shackled to an international organization by a treaty which supersedes our Constitution. As stated in the Declaration of Independence:
"When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the law of nature and nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
"So in this resolution that same decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that I state the causes which impel me to seek this separation. To prove my point, I submit the following facts for a candid review. Our Constitution provides:
"This Constitution and the laws of the United States, which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land.
"Hence, any law enacted by Congress pursuant to a treaty becomes the supreme law of the land even though it would otherwise be unconstitutional. The supremacy of laws under a treaty was clearly set forth in the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1920 in the Missouri v. Holland case wherein a federal law, otherwise unconstitutional, was held valid because of a treaty between Canada and the United States. This decision clearly held that where there was a conflict between the provisions of our Constitution and the provisions of a treaty, this conflict must be resolved in favor of the treaty.
"This same doctrine has been extended to include executive agreements. The result of this situation has been to destroy our limited form of republican government and has denied to each State a form of republican government as guaranteed by the Constitution and has supplanted it with a government of unlimited powers which destroys the historical separation of executive, judicial and legislative branches of our government. This was certainly never envisioned by the framers of the Constitution.
"When the United Nations Charter was submitted to the Senate for ratification, great stress was laid upon Art. 2, subparagraph 7, which states:
"Nothing contained in the present charter shall authorize the United Nations to intervene in matters which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of any state or shall require the members to submit such matters to settlement under the present charter.
"I do not believe that the U.S. Senate would have ratified this treaty without relying on the above quoted paragraph. However, this paragraph has been complete and constantly ignored over the past 16 years and every organization, commission, and covenant flowing out of the United Nations Charter has been for the sole purpose of intervening in matters which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of the member nations as well as the several States of our own Union, completely destroying the sovereignty of each State to legislate in contravention of the treaty provisions. Mr. Moses Moskoqitz, a noted internationalist, made the following statement in the American Bar Association Journal of April 1949 (35 A.B.A.J. 283, 285):
"Once a matter has become, in one way or another, the subject of regulation by the United Nations, be it by resolution of the General Assembly or by convention between members states at the instance of the United Nations, that subject ceases to be a matter of being 'essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of the member states.' As a matter of fact, such a position represents the official view of the united Nations, as well as of the member states that have voted in favor of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Hence, neither the declaration nor the projected covenant, nor any agreement that may be reached in the future on the machinery of implementation of human rights, can in any way be considered as violative of the letter or spirit of Art. 2 of the Charter.
"Following this, the Acheson State Department made this official declaration: "There is now no longer any real difference between domestic and foreign affairs." <>These statements plainly render Art. 2, subparagraph 7, of the Charter meaningless.
"John Foster Dulles, a former Secretary of State, in a speech before the American Bar Association in Louiseville, KY, April 12, 1952, said: "Treaty law can override the Constitution. They (treaties) can cut across the rights given the people by the constitutional Bill of Rights."
"This conversion of our limited republic to an unlimited democracy is a death blow to this nation.
"The realization of this tragedy was the reason for the proposal of the Bricker Amendment nearly a decade ago. The Bricker Amendment simply provided that when there was a conflict between the Constitution of the United States and a treaty, that conflict must be resolved in favor of the Constitution, and yet the Bricker Amendment was defeated by a narrow margin under strong propaganda pressure from the Council on Foreign Relations and politicians who glories in the unlimited power conveyed upon them by the United Nations Charter. There were just too many politicians and too few statesmen.
"Now let us look at the record. According to Trygve Lie, longtime Secretary General of the United Nations, he stated flatly that there was a secret agreement between Alger Hiss [Hiss was a Communist who was convicted of spying against the United States.] and Molotov to the effect that the head of the UN military staff should always be a Communist. That agreement has never been broken, and we have had a succession of Communists filling that post, the present one being Mr. Arkadov. As a first consequence of this treasonous agreement, this country lost its first military engagement in Korea at a cost to this country of more than $20 billion and 145,.000 American casualties, to say nothing of the honor and prestige of this nation.
"This was the first war in which we engaged, not as the United States military force, but as a UN force, although we contributed 90 percent of the men and the money. How convenient this was to the Communists to have one of their own men as head of the UN military staff, who reviewed all orders going from the Pentagon to General MacArthur and gave them to our enemy before General MacArthur Received them. The enemy, which consisted of the Red Communist army and Russian equipment an fliers was driven back to the Yalu River and given sanctuary on the other side. General MacArthur could have destroyed the enemy in short order had he been permitted to pursue them across the river from whence they came. Because General MacArthur could not in good conscience follow these orders, he was recalled and the Korean War ended in dismal defeat.
"We were sold the U.N. on a promise of peace, but we failed to realize that this peace was to be on Communist terms; in fact, it was to be a total victory for the international Communist conspiracy. Our faith in this hope was so firm that we were lulled into a state of false security while the Communist world gobbled up 13 or 14 countries, bringing 800 million people under their domination. Russia has used the veto power nearly a hundred times. The United Nations has been completely unable to bring any degree of peace, and Russia itself has created 13 or 14 military conflicts between the East and the West.
"The United Nations has not as yet passed a resolution of censorship against Russia for its Hungarian bloodbath but rather stood idly by and helped to betray the Hungarian freedom fighters into the hands of Russia. It could not even get a censorship resolution against India for its military invasion of Portuguese enclaves.
"Further, Mr. Speaker, what may I ask is the United Nations doing to prevent President Sukarno of Indonesia from carrying out his military attack against the island possession of Holland which lies more than a thousand miles away from Indonesia? Is colonialism under Holland a bad thing but colonialism under pro-Communist Indonesia a good thing? I have been unable to get any rationale on this question. In fact, it has passed no resolutions of condemnation against Russia or any of its satellites or against the so-called neutral countries but busies itself with resolutions of condemnation against our allies, such as Portugal, Holland and France.
"The power, the honor, and the prestige of America have fallen from their high point in 1945 to an absolute zero today.
"The action in Katanga is nothing short of lunacy. Not a voice was raised in the United Nations when Syria withdrew from the United Arab Republic, but that same organization sent troops into the Congo to prevent self-determination of a civilized and Christian province which did not want to be part of a Communist-controlled Congo.
"Our defeat in the abortive Cuban invasion can be laid on the doorstep of the United Nations, as the United Nations treaty prohibits us from engaging in any military operations without the consent of the United National Security Council in which Russia holds the veto power. At this point, Mr. Speaker, may I remind the members of the House and the people of America that the Cuban situation was not even mentioned in the President's state of the Union message on January 11, although the so-called white paper issued by the Department of State declares that Cuba constitutes a Sino-Soviet bridgehead in the Western Hemisphere and that the military power of Cuba is second only to that of the United States in the Western Hemisphere due, of course, to the millions of dollars of armaments, equipment, and technicians and money furnished by the Communist countries to Fidel Castro. Why, I ask, as not this clear and present danger to the security of our country discussed in the state of the Union message together with a proposal to dispel this danger?
"Let me put this in very simple and understandable terms so that no one can misunderstand it. This situation is analogous to having a rattlesnake in the bedroom, and father ignores this danger to his family and starts blithely off on a big game hunt in Africa leaving mama and the children to cope with the rattlesnake in the bedroom.
"Mr. Speaker, how silly can we get to relinquish the right to protect our nation against Communist invasion in the Western Hemisphere? If we continue our membership in this organization, you can look to see this Nation condemned for having our naval base at Quantanamo Bay, Cuba. You can also look to see us condemned for owning the Panama Canal, and the same 66 votes which threw France out of its legal position in Bizerte, can vote us out of Guantanamo and out of Panama.
You can see, and with reason, Mexico demanding through the United Nations that all that territory taken from them under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo following the Mexican War in 1848. You can see Russia demanding the return of Alaska because we only paid them $17 million when it is really worth billions and certainly the American Indians, if they have representation in the United Nations, could demand the return of Manhattan Island together with the rest of the land that was legally theirs. You say this is fantastic? You would have said that the present situation in Cuba was a fantastic idea 10 years ago.
You can expect to see a one world government, Communist controlled, under the United Nations. You will see the United Nations run up astronomical debts which we, under the terms of the treaty, are bound to pay. For part 2 click below.
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