Tuesday, January 25, 2005

BUSH READY TO SELL-OUT SEA'S TO U.N.

RICE SAYS BUSH 'WOULD LIKE TO SEE' LAW OF THE SEA TREATY PASSED IN SENATE...

"The Law of the Sea Treaty, or LOST, a U.N. agreement decried by U.S. sovereignty advocates who were able to prevent consideration by the United States Senate last year, appears to have new life after comments made by Secretary of State-designate Condoleezza Rice at her confirmation hearings."

LAST YEAR, HENRY LAMB WARNED ABOUT THIS "TREATY" SAYING:
"The Law of the Seas Treaty, or LOST, the most recent to parade before the U.S. Senate, after having been rejected in 1982 by President Reagan, is one of many treaties that seek to bind the United States in a web of entanglements that threatens to transform our "republican government," into a homogenous world governed by the United Nations."

HE GOES ON TO EXPLAIN THAT:
"These treaties are, indeed, "baneful foes" of a republican government, each of which further erodes national sovereignty and extinguishes a little more of our individual freedom. We need a modern-day George W. who will stand up and say "no" to any further surrender to the United Nations."

ENTANGLED IN A WEB OF WORLD GOVERNMENT

WorldNetDaily: Sovereignty-sapping U.N. accord gets new life