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Agenda 21

U.N. Charter or U.S. Constitution?
By Bud Landry
Apr 2, 2004 - 9:33:00 AM

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Do the American people want to live by our U.S. Constitution or do they want to live by the U.N. Charter? Do the American people have a choice? Which document rules our lives today? There are two sides in this and both are equally determined they are right. We the people must decide and soon.

On one side the Supreme Court has said, Miranda vs Arizona "Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them.

The other side says, in Sei Fujii vs California the court has declared, "The Charter [of the United Nations] has become the Supreme Law of the Land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or the laws of any state to the contrary notwithstanding.

In Reid vs Covert, the Supreme Court has said, "This court has regularly and uniformly recognized the supremacy of the Constitution over a treaty."

On April 12, 1952 Secretary of State John Foster Dulles [CFR] said, "Treaties make International law and also make domestic law. Under our Constitution, treaties become the supreme law of the land. They are indeed more supreme than ordinary laws, for Congressional laws are invalid if they do not conform to the Constitution, where as treaty law can overide the Constitution."

Former American Bar Assoc. President, Carl B. Rix, in Senate testimony on May 11, 1955 summarized the destruction of our Constitution thusly; Congress is no longer bound by its Constitutional system of delegated power. Its only test is under the obligatory power to promote human rights (not the inalienable rights secured for us by our Constitution) in these fields of endeavor. Civil, political, economic, social and cultural. These powers are found in Articles 55 and 56 of the Charter of the United Nations. Congress may now legislate as an uninhibited body with no shackles of delegated powers under the Constitution.

On April 7, 1953, the U.S. Attorney General, CFR, also took the position that actions under Art. 55 and 56 of the UN charter is obligatory. He said in testimony that; "A notable example is Articles 55 nd 56 of the UN charter obligating the parties to promote stated social and economic objectives and pledging themselves to take joint and seperate action for the achievement of these purposes.

Three of our Supreme Court Justices have now said that they will take into consideration the laws of other countries when making decisions on this countries laws. These Justices are all members of the CFR.

Our Constitution protects the rights of private property. Our government is now taking our lands and putting it under the control of the United Nations  without a hearing for the people or the permission of Congress.

Our Constitution protects our homes from government invasion without a warrant. There are now laws being written that will permit the government to sneak and peek into our homes and maybe tell us months later.

Our government is now paying our tax dollars to ship our jobs overseas to third world countries as is obligatory under the UN Charter.

Our presidents have taken us into the Korean War, the Viet Nam War, and first Gulf War without the permission of Congress and called them police actions. These police actions were all taken under the cover of the United Nations. The present war in Iraq, under our current president, CFR, was said to be to enforce the laws and rulings of the United Nations.

To what extent does the United Nations Charter control the lives of the American people? Are we now governed by the UN Charter or are we governed by our Constitution? Do the American people still have what it takes to control our lives and our countries policies? Are our top leaders so dumb as to not see what is happening or are they the cause of what is going on?

If the people will only take the time to get a copy of the UN charter along with copies of "The International Bill of Rights" which consists of:

  1. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights [UDHR];
  2. The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights [ICCPR] and
  3. The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights [ICESCR].

In these three things you will find many answers to what is happening all over the world today. These are available on the Internet.

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Note: This article was picked up in the May 2004 print edition of The eco-logic Powerhouse, and in its April 15, 2004 edition of eco-logic online.


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