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U.N. Racist Race Summit: Tuneup for War on America?

Wednesday, 19 September 2001 12:00 AM

The establishment of the United Nations organization to save the world from poverty, war, prejudice, genocide and global environmental catastrophes represents the consummate model of turning to the mob for protection, the tyrant for liberty, the idiot for intelligence, and the atheist for religion. From the start the U.N. was a blueprint for global thugocracy.

So here's a brief reminder of a few historical facts regarding the U.N. that its advocates would rather none of us knew.

Of the 17 individuals identified by the U.S. State Department as having helped shape U.S. policy leading to the creation of the United Nations, all but one were later identified as secret members of the Communist Party USA.

Joining them at the U.N.'s founding conference were 43 members of the ultra influential, ultra pro-socialist globalist think-tank, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) (6 of the 43 CFR members having the additional distinction of membership in the Communist Party USA).

Following in the footsteps of that unhallowed class of '46, the ideological makeup of the U.N.'s leadership has been constant. In its 54-year history all eight secretary-generals of the U.N. have been either dedicated socialists or communists,

The collection of U.S. employees at the U.N. has not fared well, either. Besides the scandal of having American communists Alger Hiss and company as the creators of the U.N., a 1952 official Senate investigation into the then-six-year-old United Nations revealed "extensive evidence indicating that there is today in the U.N. among the American employees there, the greatest concentration of Communists that this committee has ever encountered."

And where else but at the U.N. are international terrorist organizations, many of them but revolutionary fronts for larger communist conspiracies, given a voice of legitimacy to air their "grievances" (demands) before the world?

No wonder, then, that Earl Browder, general secretary of the Communist Party USA, admitted in his book "Victory and After" that "the American Communists worked energetically and tirelessly to lay the foundations for the United Nations which we were sure would come into existence" and that "the United Nations is the instrument for victory [the victory of communism].

Browder wasn't alone in this confession. Former top Communist Party member Joseph Z. Kornfeder, in sworn testimony before Congress in 1955, revealed:

From the point of view of its master designers meeting at Dunbarton Oaks and Bretton Woods, and which included such masterful agents as Alger Hiss, Harry Dexter White, Luchlin Currie, and others, the UN was, and is, not a failure. They and the Kremlin masterminds behind them never intended the UN as a peace-keeping organization. What they had in mind was a fancy and colossal Trojan horse. ... Its [the UN's] internal setup, Communist designed, is a pattern for sociological conquest; a pattern aimed to serve the purpose of Communist penetration of the West. It is ingenious and deceptive."

1. Not one official is democratically elected. Only the Security Council possesses lawmaking powers. The 185 national delegates to the General Assembly may only "consider ... discuss ... advise ... or make suggestions to the Security Council."

2. The U.N. version of the Bill of Rights

The rest of its Bill of Rights proves the point. Consider what "rights" the U.N. grants:

You get the idea.

So, why all the surprise and disgust over last week's U.N. Racist Race Summit? A summit that not only was filled with hatred for Israel as the perpetrator of genocide but which also, even in its toned-down declaration, targeted the American enslavement of Africans and the economic interests motivating that enslavement (capitalism) as the cause of all the hatred, racism, racial discrimination and xenophobia in the world. This they stated in black and white – or was it in red?

Plain and simple: Down with the U.S.! Down with capitalism! Up with communism! And up with foreign aid and reparations. By no coincidence, not a word was mentioned about slavery and religious persecution in China, in Russia, throughout Asia, in the Arab world, and in communist Africa. This is what the U.N. is and always has been about – an instrument of blatant un-Americanism by clumsy, atheistic thugs in suits. No surprise.

The only surprise here is our lack of outrage over the Bush administration's belief that the conference could have been productive if the rhetoric had only been toned down. Or in other words, "You Marxists and terrorists shush, lest the American conservative awakes from his slumber!"

Speaking of vigilant outrage over foreign treaties, our forefathers were not afraid to express theirs. After President George Washington proposed to sign a treaty (with a few provisos) that many Americans thought too compromising with the British, we read:

Washington was, in fact, against the provisions the people were angered over – but you get the point.

Does treaty law have the right to override the U.S. Constitution, under the supremacy clause? What was meant by the word supreme? Hamilton, in Federalist 33, answers:

"A LAW, by the very meaning of the term, includes supremacy. ... But it will not follow from this doctrine that acts of the larger society which are not pursuant to its constitutional powers, but which are invasions of the residuary authorities of the smaller societies, will become the supreme law of the land. These will be merely acts of usurpation, and will deserve to be treated as such."

Is a body like the U.N. indispensable, as even so many "conservative" Republicans claim?

The late American patriot, former two-time secretary of agriculture, and LDS Church president Ezra Taft Benson, in his famous 1969 speech, "The United Nations – Planned Tyranny," asked:

Thanks to modern telecommunications – i.e., satellite com links – Benson's argument is even more persuasive. In a crisis, presidents can meet face to face, instantaneously. Who needs the busybody U.N.?

Call them subtle threats, bad taste, dedication to a far-left agenda, or what you will.

First, on Monday, Sept. 10, the day before the attack on America, the pro-Fabian read, The Economist, warned:

Second, the day after the attack, Democrats.com, opined:

Apparently, even if your rhetoric is nationalistic, you had better watch out.

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