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Senate Poised to Give UN Control of Everything Re the Oceans by Ratifying LOST

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posted on May, 14 2012 @ 11:47 PM
Reason # 17 why Barrack Obama and all those with him are the enemies of the American People, our Constitution and American Way of Life; the "LOST TREATY".

While so many are distracted with "Gay Rights" and any number of issues I personally do not believe are important, the President of the United State Barrack Obama and others with him, like Hilary Clinton, are again violating their oath of office and selling our country down the river of no return.

Yes, I am a JBS Member and here is the full article: Se nate Poised to Give UN Control of Everything Re the Oceans by Ratifying LOST

posted on May, 15 2012 @ 12:07 AM
reply to post by MajorKarma

So, the UN which is the political arm of the IMF/BIS/World Bank (corporofascism) is going to take control of the oceans and then I guess hand out contracts to their friends??? That is the way politics and corruption works right?

Yeah, you're right, Obama, Clinton, the lot of them are traitors. Of course I can't think of one politician I know personally or know of indirectly that is honest (and I've known a lot of them). So it's ahhh, business as usual then I guess.

Here's a stock tip, people are getting pissed off, invest in rope.

Cheers - Dave

posted on May, 15 2012 @ 12:28 AM
reply to post by MajorKarma

Thanks for bringing that to our attention OP. For those interested in the Law Of the Sea Treaty, here's a link to the UN website dedicated to that:

UN official section

An interesting read to add to the subject perhaps with the following:

The Law of the Sea Treaty, formally known as the Third United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, or UNCLOS III, was adopted in 1982. Its purpose is to establish a comprehensive set of rules governing the oceans and to replace previous U.N. Conventions on the Law of the Sea, one in 1958 (UNCLOS I) and another in 1960 (UNCLOS II), that were believed to be inadequate.

Negotiated in the 1970s, the treaty was heavily influenced by the "New International Economic Order," a set of economic principles first formally advanced at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). That agenda called for "fairer" terms of trade and development financing for the so-called under-developed and developing nations.

Another way the New International Economic Order has been described is "redistributionist."

The Law of the Sea Treaty calls for technology transfers and wealth transfers from developed to undeveloped nations. It also requires parties to the treaty to adopt regulations and laws to control pollution of the marine environment. Such provisions were among the reasons President Ronald Reagan rejected the treaty in 1982. As Edwin Meese, U.S. Attorney General under President Reagan, explained recently, " was out of step with the concepts of economic liberty and free enterprise that Ronald Reagan was to inspire throughout the world."

In additional to the economic provisions, the treaty also establishes specific jurisdictional limits on the ocean area that countries may claim, including a 12-mile territorial sea limit and a 200-mile exclusive economic zone limit.

Some proponents of the treaty believe that the treaty will establish a system of property rights for mineral extraction in deep sea beds, making the investment in such ventures more attractive.

Notwithstanding concerns raised about the Law of the Sea Treaty - and there have been many - the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee recommended U.S. accession to the treaty in a unanimous vote in March 2004.

PS: Cool signature picture OP. Revolution/evolving, great find!


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