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By Rev. Ted Pike
22 Oct 09

A representative of the Senate Armed Services Committee told me today that they hope the national defense appropriations bill, with hate bill attached, will be passed by Friday. Already delayed more than two weeks, there still may be several days for patriots to keep emailing the President, urging veto.

Meanwhile, the Obama administration, along with the government of Egypt, has submitted to the United Nations a proposal granting the UN rights to condemn nations that do not enact laws against bias-motivated crimes.    Recent passage of the proposal by the Human Rights Council is the first step toward approval by the General Assembly.

Filled with jargon and argumentation typical of the Anti-Defamation League, architect of hate laws worldwide, the proposal requires member nations to suppress "religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination." It "urges states to take effective measures, consistent with their obligations under international human rights laws…" It instructs the nations to pass federal hate crimes laws "insuring that relevant national legislation complies with their international human rights obligations and is effectively implemented." This resolution encourages condemnation of "national racial or religious hatred" but also of speech that incites discrimination against persons belonging to "minorities."  Its broad use of the term "minorities" may well include sexual orientation, i.e., homosexuals.

In language identical to that of ADL's 56 member-nation hate crimes bureaucracy, The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), this initiative calls for UN condemnation of "racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia [fear of peoples different from you], and related intolerance." It also condemns use of the internet for "discriminatory racist and xenophobic discourse or content."

Passage of the U.S. federal hate crime bill is vital to implementation of UN authority over America.  Clearly, President Obama is moving forward rapidly to end US sovereignty, making America part of "the federated continents" of the "truly United Nations" envisioned by Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion, prophesied in Look magazine of January 16, 1962.

Such intentions are only confirmed by Obama's attendance and probable signing of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December.   The conference will grant global empowerment to force all industrialized nations (even in times of severe economic recession) to atone for 250 years of allegedly dumping industrial pollution on developing nations. How will such atonement be made?  By requiring them to cut back on their own industrial emissions and economically subsidize the third world.

Obama's signing will constitute a treaty, considered by international law to take precedent over national sovereignty.  It gives the globalists power to bleed America economically in order to build up the third world.  It would reduce America to a vassal state and exalt global governance.

What can we do to slow down this fast forward toward world government?

We must preserve our free speech and national sovereignty at all costs!  The only way we can do that right now is to continue to email the President against the defense/hate bill.  But we must also now protest his signing away our national sovereignty at the Copenhagen conference.

Cut and paste these three messages in separate emails to the President at www.whitehouse.gov/contact:

1. Mr. President, I will vote out Democrats at mid-terms if you sign the freedom-destroying hate crimes bill.

2. Mr. President, I expect you to keep your promise to veto any military authorization bill that wastes $100 billion of taxpayers' money on unnecessary F-35 jet engines.

3.  Mr. President, I will never forgive or forget if you sign away America's sovereignty at the Copenhagen conference in December.


Let the Anti-Defamation League teach you how they have saddled 45 states with hate laws capable of persecuting Christians, and spearhead attempts to pass the federal hate crimes bill: http://www.adl.org/99hatecrime/intro.asp.

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