posted on Dec, 24 2009 @ 04:54 AM
The U.N. has assumed that it governs the earth, and wishes to penalize the most productive country on it for, well, being the most productive. If you
never quite understood the nature and purpose of the "unification" and "global amity" plans described by Rand in Atlas Shrugged, this plan is its
real world counterpart. In practical terms, the Millennium declaration is a prescription for not only perpetuating the "global poverty" it purports
to eradicate, but also for impoverishing everyone, and for perpetuating that condition, as well.
But the Obama bill does more than allow the U.N. to tax American citizens. It is more than a matter of legality or illegality. For all practical
purposes, it surrenders U.S. political sovereignty and independence to the U.N., an organization most of whose members are actively hostile to the
U.S. Has the U.S. ever approved a tax on its citizens imposed by the U.N.? If it has, by what authority? Note that the wording of the Obama bill would
require "the president to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy" -- which assumes that the office of president is just another mode of
tyranny or arbitrary power, no different from the "presidency" of any random tin pot dictatorship or regime.
[edit on 24-12-2009 by On the Edge]