I really doubt that Trump would allow the UN to send foreign fighters into our country to restrict Constitutional rights. host country leadership has
to request UN intervention, or it must be voted on in the UN. Again I don't see either happening, though it wouldn't surprise me if the UN tried to do
something like that on their own.
I think this Governor is losing his marbles, and needs to be recalled due to failing mental capabilities.
Right. The same equipment that’s been manufactured in Michigan and been filmed loaded up on trailers for transit to the east coast and other major
ports since like 2014.
A governor can’t request UN intervention without going through the federal government and the UN Security Council. Northam can’t just call up the
Secretary General and ask for non-existent troops from the non-existent UN military to be sent to Virginia. Seeing US manufactured UN vehicles loaded
on trailers doesn’t overcome any of that.
Honest question here, what if the UN decides VA needs help and calls up other UN members military? Can they make a resolution like that since
disarming the world is one of their goals, or would that just mean nothing?
a reply to: Shamrock6
Didn't I read awhile back the UN was declaring the US in violation of humanitarian rules though because of gun violence? Would that be enough to
override a US veto? I don't trust the UN as far as I can throw them, but honestly have no clue what they could or could not do in today's political
There’s a process by which a matter that didn’t pass the security council can be taken up by the general assembly as a whole and voted on.
After the vote, it’s sent right back to the security council to be enforced, where the same veto power can be exercised to kill any enforcement of
the general assembly’s vote. So no, other than symbolically overriding a veto, it doesn’t really go anywhere.
That kind of thinking without rationalisation is what is bringing America down. Politicians keep taking away more of our rights and making things
crimes. So, we as good citizens should obey the law, right? No, we should object to laws that are not moral and fight to have them removed. As an
example: I am now a criminal in my little town if the weeds in my ditch get over 8 inches high. I got the mayor to admit that's what he and the
council are doing - making more and more law abiding citizens into criminals. What recourse do we have?
edit on 29-12-2019 by TrulyColorBlind
because: Corrected a typo.
Food for thought: vehicles aren’t troops. Vehicles outside a DoS and GSA building with
shipping records showing DoS uses it as a shipping site isn’t troops. Vehicles
outside a building doesn’t magically give the UN a military.
Then,why so many vehicles in so many different sites?
I am not in panic mode or trying to spread doom porn.
In this case I want to be wrong and go on with my life.
BUT,my mama instincts tells me to keep my peepers on
these things,maybe buy another box of ammo and get
some time in at the shooting range.
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