A United Nations Story: The Beast on the East River
by Jim Kouri
"America's strength is rooted in America's independence and we must always be wary of attempts to compromise our sovereignty. Nathan Tabor's new book accurately describes many of the problems at the United Nations and his warning of the challenges we face through our membership in the UN should not be ignored. Can we use our moral and strategic leadership at the UN for good without compromising or risking our freedom? That is a question we must ask again and again."
--Senator Jesse Helms
The corruption of the UN is a common theme among its detractors. However, the true nature of the UN is not merely corrupt or petulant; it is outright subversive. In his book, THE BEAST ON THE EAST RIVER (Nelson Current, October 31, 2006), Nathan Tabor, founder and editor of TheConservativeVoice.com, lays bare the UN agenda. The agenda in question is one of power, and the sources of that power are its member nations. Presently, the UN has no power base of its own, however, in order to create one, it must first undermine the sovereignty of member states.
To longtime skeptics, none of this may be news. What is shocking are the lengths that the UN bureaucrats have been willing to go to in order to secure greater power for themselves, and the precedents those actions have put in place. Policies put in place by the United Nations and abetted by American and European elites have profoundly disturbing implications for the future of international relations.
Some of the points Tabor discusses are:
· The UN's efforts to subvert patriotism and allegiance to country through public school indoctrination, and how this contributes to their larger agenda
· The link between Turtle Bay and the environmentalist movement, and the use of pseudoscientific research to justify everything from energy policies to UN-sponsored land grabs
· How the United Nations currently controls such iconic American landmarks as Independence Hall and the Statue of Liberty
· The underlying philosophical justification that pervades all of the United Nations' policies: believe it or not, this dinosaur lives on in the halls of academia, and provided the foundation that Turtle Bay was built on.
· The true nature of the International Criminal Court-its power to mount investigations, the authoritarian character of its trials, and the jurisdiction it claims over non-signatory nations
· How the UN superseded the United States military's chain of command when US soldiers served with the blue helmets on peacekeeping missions (and which US politicians were complicit in this unconstitutional action)
· How the United Nations contributes to the miserable conditions in the poorest parts of the world, including the UN's radical "family planning" agenda for sub-Saharan Africa. A chicken in every pot? Not quite; more like a forced abortion for every mother. In Sudan, as the government-sponsored janjaweed rape and murder villagers, the UN troops join in.
· The United Nations' attempts to become financially independent. This largely unaccountable bureaucracy wishes to become completely self-sustaining, and they want your dollars to fund their perpetual-motion machine. A one-cent tax on every 100 emails would net a yearly gross income of $70 billion.
· The final step for UN dominance on the international scale, and how surprisingly close the bureaucrats are to setting their agenda in motion: raising a standard army. With a steady flow of revenue, and a military, the United Nations would be in a position to exert pressure on its member nations, rather than the other way around.
· The path from "facilitator of conflicts on the international scale" to untrammeled global government: the original concept of the UN, and the reality of the organization today
· The one course of action that can without a doubt, bring Turtle Bay's bureaucracy to heel and ensure the primacy of US interests-like many desired outcomes, the most difficult part will be summoning sufficient willpower on the part of our elected (and unelected) officials
At the close of Operation Desert Storm, a jubilant George H. W. Bush spoke of the coming of the "new world order," which would be marked by an unprecedented degree of cooperation between nation-states. If the United Nations has its way, the new world order will be remembered not for cooperation, but rather for coercion, bullying, and power politics of the worst kind. The United Nations seeks lay the foundation of its own independence with the headstone of state sovereignty. It is vital that concerned citizens be apprised of the situation before it is too late.
Jim Kouri, CPP is currently fifth vice-president of the National Association of Chiefs of Police. He's former chief at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at a New Jersey university and director of security for a number of organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country. He writes for many police and crime magazines including Chief of Police, Police Times, The Narc Officer, Campus Law Enforcement Journal, and others. He's appeared as on-air commentator for over 100 TV and radio news and talk shows including Oprah, McLaughlin Report, CNN Headline News, MTV, Fox News, etc. His book Assume The Position is available at Amazon.Com, Booksamillion.com, and can be ordered at local bookstores. Kouri holds a bachelor of science in criminal justice and master of arts in public administration and he's a board certified protection professional.