(note: This article is over 15 years old. The globalists are moving within striking distance of dissolving the sovereignty of the USA now. The coming election is critical to our survival as a nation.)



“Nationhood as we know it will be obsolete, all states will recognize a single, global authority…National sovereignty wasn’t such a great idea after all.” Strobe Talbott, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, Clinton Administration.
In late August and early September 2000, the Clinton/Gore Administration will host an unprecedented gathering of world leaders in New York. World religious leaders will attend the Millennium Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders, August 28-31. A few days later, business and political leaders, non-governmental organizations (NGO’s), government leaders and heads of State will come together at the State of the World Forum, and the Millennium Assembly and Millennium Summit. The purpose of this unique series of events in world history is the launching of

“Charter 99 ­ A Charter for Global Democracy.”

While the citizens of the United States are being entertained by the Republican and Democrat National Conventions and stories of campaign rhetoric, the most important news story citizens should be concerned about is once again being ignored by the “news” media. In an obvious display of contempt for American independence and the national sovereignty of its member nations, the UN will convene the Millennium Assembly to essentially abolish the current UN Charter in favor of the Charter for Global Democracy. This new Charter will redesign not only the inner workings of the United Nations and its relations with member nations, but will also dictate how member nations will function within their own borders. It will change the UN from a global debating body to a global governing body.
Charter 99 ­ A Charter for Global Democracy – The new UN Charter is described in detail on the UN web site: . In their own words, Charter 99 will accomplish the following:
1. Give the UN General Assembly powers to scrutinize the work of UN agencies and other agencies of global governance; create a UN Parliamentary Assembly and an annual Forum of Civil Society; open international institutions to increased participation by civil society and elected representatives from member countries; bring the WTO into the UN system and strengthen co-operation between all international groupings under the UN system.
2. Create within the UN system an accountable, equitable and effective mechanism to monitor, supervise and regulate transnational corporations and financial institutions; and require transnational companies to adhere to an international code of conduct covering agreed principles concerning human rights, the environment and core labour standards.
3. Give UN institutions an additional and independent source of revenue such as taxation of foreign exchange transactions, aircraft and shipping fuels, arms sales and licensing use of the global commons.
4. Reform the UN Security Council to open all decision-making to public scrutiny; phase out the single country veto and permanent membership; establish equitable representation from each region of the world; set up a high level early warning system; and provide effective authority to mediate and intervene in disputes at an early stage, within national boundaries where necessary.
5. Establish a permanent, directly recruited UN Rapid Reaction Force to hold the peace in a crisis, police gross violations of human rights and support multilateral defence against aggression and genocide.
6. Make the UN register of arms mandatory; ratify and implement the Landmine Ban Treaty; outlaw all weapons of mass destruction; initiate programmes to control the arms trade, convert the arms industry to peaceful production and cut military spending world wide; strengthen accountability to the UN of all international military action; and reduce the size of national armies as part of a multilateral global security system.
7. Strengthen world citizenship based on compliance with and respect for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and all international instruments on Human Rights, including the six core treaties on economic, social and cultural rights; civil and political rights; racial discrimination; discrimination against women, children’s rights, torture, and the conventions on genocide, refugees and labour standards.
8. Ratify the Statute of the International Criminal Court; accept compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court and the UN Human Rights Committee; increase the Courts’ powers of enforcement; open the ICJ to individual petition and protect the judicial independence of the ICC.
9. Establish a strong UN institution for Economic and Environmental security to promote international prosperity, protect the global commons and secure sustainable development.
10. Establish an International Environmental Court to enforce international treaties on the environment and protect the global commons.
11. Declare climate change to be an essential global security interest and establish a high-level international urgent action team to assist the UN Conference of the Parties on Climate Change to set a scientifically based global ceiling on greenhouse gas emissions, to allocate national shares of permissible emissions based on convergence to equal per capita rights, and to work with governments, companies, international agencies and NGOs to cut emissions of greenhouse gases to a sustainable level.
12. Make poverty reduction a global priority: secure universal access to safe drinking water, health care, housing, education, family planning, gender equality, sustainable development and economic opportunities, and strengthen the capacity of development agencies to eliminate malnutrition, preventable diseases and absolute poverty through conservation and equitable sharing of global resources. Cancel the unpayable debts of the poorest nations and institute measures to prevent severe debt burdens from ever building up again.


“It is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation-states, however powerful.”
Maurice Strong, Co-chairman, UN Commission on Global Governance Analysis.


What is written above is in the UN’s own words. In reality, it means the following:


  • The UN will have control over all governments, all international companies and financial institutions, the land, the sea and the air. O Much of the UN’s agenda will be dictated by the over 1600 non-governmental organizations (NGO’s), many of which are radical left-wing organizations, such as Green Peace, the National Organization of Women, the ACLU and the Sierra Club.
  • The UN will be able to tax at will, regulate at will and police at will.
  • They will have courts to judge according to their criteria, not the United States Constitution or the Bill of Rights, and the judgments rendered will be without appeal.
  • The United States will lose its veto power, and will become just one of the 188 member states, most of which are socialist/communist and decidedly anti-American.
  • There will be a redistribution of the wealth of nations, and it is clear from previous UN actions that the wealth of the U.S., including our natural resources, will be targeted first.
  • Freedom of speech will be replaced with Big Brother. Freedom of religion will be replaced with a new world-religion that is decidedly anti-Christian. The right to bear arms will be abolished. An international police force and UN army will be established.
The United States has long enjoyed the freedoms of the “unalienable Rights” endowed upon us by our Creator. Ours is a unique government that has, for over two hundred years, recognized that those rights are granted, not by government, but by the Creator and, therefore, cannot be taken away by government. The socialist/communist governments of the vast majority of UN member countries believe that governments grant citizens their rights, and therefore governments can take those rights away. The new UN charter will remove all of our Constitutional protections, leaving U.S. citizens vulnerable to the dictates of the new “global democracy.”
Many of us have failed to see the UN as a threat. We all hope for a future where global peace becomes a reality. But it is foolhardy for citizens of the United States of America to give up the protection our unalienable rights are afforded by the Constitution and Bill of Rights. It is especially foolhardy to place ourselves under a governmental body that is made up primarily of socialists and communists, most of whom are anti-American, and many of whom have their roots in totalitarian systems. And remember, most of this report was taken directly from the UN website. It is not conjecture. The Millennium Summit will take place. The Charter for Global Democracy will be voted on.
It is true that if the Charter is signed by the President, the Senate must ratify it with a two-thirds vote before it becomes the law of the land. However, the Clinton/Gore Administration has indicated support for the Charter for Global Democracy. And the Clinton/Gore Administration already has a well-documented history of ignoring the wishes of Congress, and implementing unratified treaties by the use of Executive Orders, as we have shown in prior Issues and Actions reports.
1. Communicate with your U.S. Congressman, and express your opinion about the UN’s Millennium Summit and Charter for Global Democracy. The American Sovereignty Restoration Act (HR 1146) is pending in the House. This bill would remove America from the UN. Without the U.S. taxpayer in its pocket, the UN would have great difficulty existing, much less making an attempt to create a one-world government. Your U.S. Senators also need to know where you stand, since they will be asked to ratify the Charter, once it is signed.
2. Write letters to the Editor. Call local radio talk shows. Inform your family, friends, neighbors, and members of organizations to which you belong, and seek their involvement as well. If you are on the Internet, send this report to your network.
“At what point shall we expect the approach of danger? By what means shall we fortify against it?– Shall we expect some transatlantic military giant, to step the Ocean, and crush us at a blow? Never!–All the armies of Europe, Asia and Africa combined, with all the treasure of the earth (our own excepted) in their military chest; with a Bonaparte for a commander, could not by force, take a drink from the Ohio, or make a track on the Blue Ridge, in a trial of a thousand years.
At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.” – Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States of America


Source: Socialism

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