National sovereignty is under threat with the United Nations and its gun rules, the Law of the Sea Treaty and its worldwide taxes, Agenda 21, the Bilderbergers and the increasing strength of other global authorities.
What would America be like to be under a global government? Who sets standards for the environment, finance and education, and who can be delegated to make decisions?
Those issue will be on the agenda at the American Freedom Alliance’s invitation-only Global Governance vs. National Sovereignty conference. The event is attracting the “political and intellectual leaders from North America, Europe, Israel and Australia to examine whether the forces of global governance are successfully challenging the very concept of national sovereignty in the U.S., Europe, and Israel.”
Ambassador John Bolton, Czech Republican President Vaclav Klaus, Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Stephen K. Bannon: A former vice president of Goldman Sachs,
he now is executive chairman of Breitbart News LLC, Stephen Coughlin, American Freedom Alliance, Nonie Darwish: An Egyptian-American human rights activist and founder of Arabs for Israel, and Avi Davis: Journalist.
They are seeking to establish a ‘global rule of law’ which would make American constitutional law subservient to a global authority,” say the promoters. The topics will include the rise of transnational law in the U.S. Supreme Court, the United Nations’ role in an assault on national sovereignty and human rights organizations’ agendas. The growing surge of internationalism “has naturally put the globalist agenda on a collision course with constitutional democracy.”
For three decades, the United States has declined to sign on to a U.N. treaty that would give unprecedented taxing and permitting authority over activity on international waters to a U.N.-created agency. That signing the treaty would cede a significant portion of American sovereignty to an international body that is not electorally accountable to U.S. citizens. “Suddenly, there isn’t a part of our society, our economy, our industrial capacity that isn’t going to be at the mercy of people who are completely unaccountable to us.”
Obama recognizes it will be the perfect complement to the other wrecking operations that he’s been running against the rest of our country,” he continued. The treaty has support from companies like Shell Oil, business groups like the American Petroleum Institute and U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
“What’s in this treaty is actually not in the interest of the oil and gas industry,” he said. “What will flow from this treaty … is not going to be in the interest of the United States Navy or the military, more generally. And more to the point, it’s not going to be in the interest of the American people.”
SOURCES—WND AND PAUL CONNER