Monday, January 31, 2005

George Washington vs. the U.N.

There are a lot of people in this country who don't believe the United Nations is a threat to American sovereignty and independence.

Here's why the U.N. is, in fact, a threat, and how it all works. Sovereignty is the answer to the question: "Who's in charge?" You have to answer that question, before you can answer the parallel question: "Who's responsible?" To have true sovereignty over our land, we the people, through our elected representatives, must be in charge of decisions over it, and we must have the responsibility to carry out those decisions.

Neither George Washington nor any of the Founding Fathers would ever have put their names to the United Nations Charter or agreed to any of these intrusive, interlocking treaties and agreements, for the simple reason that they diminish American control, American responsibility, and American sovereignty.

The only way for the United States of America to reassert and reestablish its sovereignty is to get out of the United Nations.

Tom DeWeese -- George Washington vs. the U.N.