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Guest post by: Huckfunn!
AMERICAN SOVEREIGNTY UNDER ATTACK BY U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT
This is a topic that has gotten very little play in the media or blogosphere. On August 20th, the U.S. Statement Department issued a report to the U.N. which detailed the State Department’s view of human rights issues in the United States. While many countries around the world annually submit such a report to the U.N., this is the first time the United States has ever done so.
The entire report can be found here:
What initially brought this matter to my attention was Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s letter to the State Department demanding a retraction of this part of the report which discusses Arizona’s recent passage of S.B.1070:
“A recent Arizona law, S.B. 1070, has generated significant attention and debate at home and around the world,” the report says. “The issue is being addressed in a court action that argues that the federal government has the authority to set and enforce immigration law. That action is ongoing; parts of the law are currently enjoined.”
Governor Brewer wrote to Hillary Clinton:
“Simply put, it is downright offensive that the State Department included the State of Arizona and S.B. 1070 in a report to the United Nations Council on Human Rights, whose members include such renowned human rights ‘champions’ as Cuba and Libya.” Governor Brewer additionally stated, “The idea of our own American government submitting the duly enacted laws of a State of the United States to ‘review’ by the United Nations is internationalism run amok and unconstitutional. Human rights as guaranteed by the United States and Arizona Constitutions are expressly protected in S.B. 1070 and defended vigorously by my Administration.”
Governor Brewer’s entire letter can be found here:
Of all of the obominations heaped upon our nation by the Obama regime (high taxes, huge deficits, record spending, endless apologies to the world, Obamacare, etc…), this has got to be one of the worst. The notion that the sovereignty of The United States, her laws and her people, could ever be subordinated to the dictates of the U.N., or any other law save the U.S. Constitution, is as close to treason as anything I have ever seen. However, the idea of transnationalism (or treason for that matter) coming from the democrats should come as no surprise to us. During the 2004 election campaign would-be POTUS John Kerry famously talked about the U.S. needing to “pass a global test” prior to taking pre-emptive military action against foreign threats. Further, in 1970 Kerry told the Harvard Crimson, “I’m an internationalist, I’d like to see our troops dispersed through the world only at the directive of the United Nations.”
Joe Wolverton, II of the New American says that following the submission of this report to the U.N. High Commissioner of Human Rights, “U.N. Human Rights Council will conduct a final audit of the current state of the promotion of human rights in the United States. Then, it will recommend a slate of necessary reforms to the laws of the United States.” His article can be found here:
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton submitted this vile piece of excrement to the U.N. Anyone who ever had the faintest idea that she is a “moderate” or “centrist” needs to get their mind right. When she runs for POTUS in the 2012 election this issue needs to be front and center.