Speaking to a packed house at "Institution On The Constitution's" monthly "First Friday" lecture series, Joan Veon urged her audience to reject fear and instead walk in Christian faith to fight plans by the United Nations and others to control our lives. Veon is Executive Director of "The Women's International Media Group, Inc." Her Web site is www.womensgroup.org/. She has attended more than 100 U.N. meetings all over the world. She spoke on June 6, 2008.
Veon said that according to the U.N.'s "sustainable feudalism" ideas, "you and I are responsible for pollution. We are subordinate to the earth and all other living creatures. All of this is a perversion of God's Word and our Constitutional principles."
To fight "sustainable feudalism," Veon said: "We must move to sustainable faith - God's sustainable faith. That is the only way to live today on planet earth. The Lord is God. He created the heavens and the earth...That is Who the real Lord of the earth is. We must understand this."
In her talk, Veon also included important research information regarding: The components of feudalism; the control of money; the nation-state before 1945; the U.S. Constitution vs. the U.N. Charter; international bankers; the British royal family; environmentalism.
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