Why is the U.S. still in the UN?

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, September 27, 2000

L’Observateur / September 27, 2000

DEAR EDITOR: The United Nations organization is holding its Millennium Summit meeting this month in New York City to review its progress over the last 55 years and to set goals for the upcoming new century. Most Americans have little interest in the UN in general. Unfortunately, the United Nations and its operations arethings that we need to understand and closely monitor.

Americans should know that the UN is anti-American and anti-Christian in its operations and ideals. For its entire history, the UN has embraced andsupported the most bloodthirsty, oppressive and aggressive governments in the world. Remember, when the UN was established in 1945, the USSR wasawarded three seats (three votes) in the General Assembly, versus one seat for the U.S.A.Also, the Soviet Union was given a permanent seat and veto on the Security Council. Here was an organization being sold to the American people as ourbest hope for ensuring peace in the world, and one of the instigators of World War II (by its brutal joint invasion of Poland, along with Hitler’s Nazi Germany, its war on Finland, and the conquest of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and other parts of Eastern Europe) was being rewarded for its aggression with a choice position in the UN.

Other UN accomplishments include – Alger Hiss as the chairman of the UN’s founding conference, a former Nazi SS commander as one of its secretaries- general, expelling the free Republic of China and replacing her with Red China (the 20th Century’s award winner for the most murders of its own people, 38 million) in 1971, support for Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge (of the killing fields fame), embracing Castro’s Red killing machine, calling for universal abortion rights (killing innocents) and the end of the death penalty (for those who kill innocents), aiding the genocide in Rwanda (with Clinton administration collusion), and the ongoing project to establish a world government (the Illuminati’s Universal Republic project – see Menzel’s History of Germany), which is arguably the most dangerous of the UN’s goals.

In the UN’s view, our rights come from the government and therefore rest on the good wishes of the government (like at Tienamen Square). The U.S.Declaration of Independence, however, states that our rights come from God and the purpose of government is to protect them, not give them. How canan organization that accepts and protects the world’s finest mass murderers be expected to work for peace? Unless we’re talking about the peace of the grave, it cannot. Should the United States isolate itself? No, weshould interact with friendly nations and trade with them. But working withthe UN is like letting the death row inmates out of Angola and having them run Crimestoppers. Let’s get the U.S. out of the UN.

Ronald J. Theriot Jr.


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