Syria, America, the UN and Global Government
Posted by Socrates in "international law", 'Middle East', China, global government, globalization, internationalism, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, NATO, New World Order, NWO, Russia, Socrates, sovereignty, Syria, UN, UN founders at 3:19 pm | Permanent Link
Seen in the media: Russia’s mention of the UN Charter vis-a-vis Syria. Did you know that a Jew wrote the UN Charter? That alone should make the UN a questionable organization, not to mention NATO, which came from the UN Charter. Anyway, global government is not legitimate. As I’ve said before, we learned in Political Science class that all countries have natural sovereignty, i.e., what occurs within a country’s borders is the business of that country and nobody else. Sure, a chemical gas attack – which allegedly occurred in Syria – is brutal, but nonetheless it’s not America’s business to punish Syria. Besides, what better proof is there that the UN is a joke than China being on the UN Security Council? Come on: China?? A country that murdered and oppressed tens of millions of its own people?? Why not also invite North Korea and Cuba to sit on the council? (Those who think global government is legitimate can probably imagine the reaction of the U.S. if South American countries banded together under a UN-style organization and – for whatever reason – launched military air strikes on an American state. Of course, the U.S. would declare war on the offending countries and bomb them back into the Stone Age).