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Declaration Defamation

Thursday, 23 September 2004 12:00 AM

On the other hand, I noted President Bush softened the blow when he invited the U.N. to help reconstruct Iraq. He might as well have said, ‘Come, help us destroy Iraq; because that’s what the U.N. does best — praise and support terrorism, communism, and immmorality; condemn and fight Americans, capitalism, and Judeo-Christianity.

What was he thinking?

But I’m not done. President Bush also said, "The United Nations and my country share the deepest commitments. Both the American Declaration of Independence and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaim the equal value and dignity of every human life. That dignity is honored by the rule of law, limits on the power of the state, respect for women, protection of private property, free speech, equal justice and religious tolerance."

This one is really over the top.

Time to think. Common Sense 101. The Declaration of Independence is about national independence. The U.N., and its Universal Declaration of Rights is about the submersion of independence into interdependence, the submersion of the nation state into the new world order. Any questions?

There’s no room for doubt here. Article 29, Section 3 declares, “These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.” And Article 30 adds, “Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State [Nation], group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.” And Article 28 states, “Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized.”

Those provisions show who’s the boss. And I bet you didn’t realize that you had the right to live as a citizen of the United Nations rather than the United States.

In plain English: Every supposed right to sovereignty, free speech, religious freedom, etc., listed in this Universal Declaration may not be exercised contrary to the Almighty International goals, principles, sensitivities, and whims of the United Nations and its Almighty Security Council. Get it?

Let’s dig a little bit further.

1. The U.N. places limits on the power of the state, according to the President. But it’s not so. There is no check and balance system at the U.N., no periodic elections, no elections at all, no impeachment power. True, there are separate branches, but ALL power resides in the Security Council. Only the Security Council can authorize law, give sanction to judicial decisions, and execute the law. The American Founders called that concentration of power, “the very definition of tyranny.” And besides, the Security Council possesses the coveted power of the Kings of old—the absolute veto.

Who’s kidding who?

2. Protection of private property. Not on your life! The U.N. Charter calls for the worldwide redistribution of wealth and technology — the very goal of the anti-private property communists, since Marx wrote the Manifesto. Therefore, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights declares as rights, “the right to social security, periodic holidays with pay, the right for everyone … to a standard of living adequate for the health and well being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood.”

I don’t know, maybe he has a right to your boat too, because guess what, he has a “right to recreation.”

Where are these rights in the Declaration of Independence? I can’t find them. Last I checked, the American Founders abhorred socialist leveling schemes. They believed the idler shall not eat the bread of the laborer, that charity must be voluntary, that prosperity must be earned, that anything short of these undermines men and nations.

And isn’t that the point? I think so.

3. The right to free speech. You bet ya! The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is full of provisions which rip this supposed right away from the people. For instance: “All are entitled to equal protection against discrimination … and against any incitement to such discrimination.”

Legal protection against ‘incitement’ to discrimination? What does that mean? That phrase alone is so full of possibilities, that were a group like the ACLU to get a hold of it, free speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of religion would perish over night.

Think about it.

And then there’s the U.N.’s right to political asylum, an extension of the right to free speech — with this damning proviso: “This right may not be invoked … from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.” In short, the U.N. is God, and cannot be guilty of political or religious persecution. If you don’t agree, tough!

A final free speech wonder is this one: “Education shall further the activities of the United Nations.” This is a right? Talk about academic freedom!

So let’s be honest: It is a sham, a disgrace, an over-the-top insult to compare the Declaration of Human Rights to our sacred, God-inspired, Declaration of Independence. The latter declares our Independence, individually and nationally, the former subverts them both. And so what we have is a clear case of Declaration Defamation — something we hope never to hear or read about again.

Contact Steve at farrell@newsmax.com

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