Learn how top United Nations proponents exploit small arms, the environment, and justice to pressure Capitol Hill into quietly surrendering America’s heritage of freedom. Should these UN plans remain unopposed, the consequences are ultimately grim. There is, however, a way to avert this danger.
You can learn more on September 3 at the Xenia Public Library. The meet-up will begin at 7pm in the Conference Room. It is free to the public.
The World Federalist Association, or WFA, is one of the largest organizations that openly promote world government. Periodically the WFA extends a global governments award to a prominent individual pushing for the same goal. Former CBS anchor man Walter Cronkite was among the recipients of the WFA award. Cronkite – ‘today we must develop federal structures on a global level. To deal with world problems we need a system of enforceable world law.. a democratic federal world government.’ In 1993 the WFA honored an editor for Time magazine for an essay he had written entitled The Birth of a Global Nation. After receiving the award the editor, Strobe Talbott, was appointed Deputy Sec. of State in the Clinton administration.
The U.N. has portrayed its role in Africa as helping to liberate black Africans from their white colonial oppressors. A message that plays well to the sympathy’s of most American’s. Yet, the fact remains the U.N. served as a vital Soviet ally in ensuring that the end of European colonialism in Africa would be replaced with Soviet style colonialism. The result was that most of the people of Africa were denied true independence. The decolonization campaign also impacted the United Nations itself. As new pro Soviet nations were invited to join the U.N. general assembly became more anti American. The composition of the U.N. Security Council was also effected by the shift to a less free world.