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Global Tyranny Step by Step - By William F Jasper

Global Tyranny Step by Step - By William F Jasper

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Global Tyranny ... Step by Step
Copyright © 1992 by Western IslandsAll rights reservedPublished byWestern IslandsPost Office Box 8040Appleton, Wisconsin 54913(414) 7493786Printed in the United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress Catalog Card Number: 92081764ISBN: 0882791354 To Carmen, Jonathan and Christopher,and my father and mother,
 with love and gratitude
Introduction 1. The New World Army 2.In the Name of Peace 3. The UN Founders 4.Reds 5. The Drive for World Government 6. Treaties and Treason 7. The Global Green Regime 8. The UN Grab for Your Child 9. The UN War on Population 10. The New World Money System 11. The Compassion Con 12. The New World Religion 13.UN Regionalism — The European Community 14.Get US out! Bibliography Personal Acknowledgments About the Autho 
America and the world stand on the brink of one of the most perilous epochs in this planet’s history.According to the purveyors of conventional wisdom, communism is dead, the Cold War is over, and thegreatest threats to world peace and security are rampant nationalism, inequitable wealth distribution,overpopulation, and environmental degradation. Yet the threat to a just world peace and comity amongnations and peoples comes not from political fragmentation, ozone holes, greenhouse gases, an over-abundance of people, a shortage of natural resources, or even from the frequently offered scenarios of "rogue" elements in the former USSR acquiring control of nuclear weapons. The true, imminent danger to America and to all nations seeking peace and good will stems fromwidespread acceptance of the monstrous falsehood that in order to live in an "interdependent" world, allnation-states must yield their sovereignty to the United Nations. This lie is given dignity by other lies,chief of which is that Soviet totalitarianism has been buried forever.1 A too wide acceptance of thesedangerous falsehoods is resulting in: 1) a massive transfer of wealth from the taxpayers in the West tothe still-socialist governments of the East that remain under the control of "former" communists; 2) thegradual but accelerating merger or "convergence" of the U.S. and Russia through increasing economic,political, social, and military agreements and arrangements; and 3) the rapidly escalating transfer of power — military, regulatory, and taxing — to the UN. Unless the fiction underlying thesedevelopments is exposed, national suicide and global rule by an all-powerful world government areinevitable."The Bush Administration,"
magazine noted on September 17, 1990, "would like to make the U.N.a cornerstone of its plans to construct a New World Order."2 That observation merely stated theobvious. In his speech to the nation and the world on September 11, 1990, Mr. Bush stated: "Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective — a new world order — can emerge...." He proceeded toannounce his hopes for "a United Nations that performs as envisioned by its founders."3 It becameabundantly clear to veteran students of "world order" politics that a major new push for worldgovernment had begun. Only a few years ago, any such attempt would have flopped miserably. Duringthe 1970s and 80s, the UN’s record as an enclave of spies, a sinkhole of corrupt spendthrifts, and ananti-American propaganda forum for terrorists, Third World dictators, and Communist totalitarians, hadthoroughly tarnished its carefully manufactured image as mankind’s "last best hope for peace."From 1959, when the UN could boast an 87 percent approval rating, the annual Gallup Poll showed acontinuous decline in popularity for the organization. By 1971, a Gallup survey reported that only 35percent of the American people thought the UN was doing a good job. By 1976, Gallup claimed that thesupport had dropped to 33 percent. In 1980, it declined further to an all-time low of 31 percent. "At nopoint since [1945]," said Dr. Gallup referring to his latest figures, "has satisfaction with the overallperformance of the world organization been as low as it is today."4 The John Birch Society’s long andfrequently lonely billboard, bumper sticker, petition, letter-writing, and pamphleteering educationalcampaigns to "Get US out! of the United Nations" had made good sense to many Americans.In the early years of the Reagan Administration, UN-bashing became positively respectable, evenfashionable. U.S. Ambassador to the UN Jeane Kirkpatrick could be seen and heard almost dailydenouncing the world body’s anti-Americanism, tyranny promotion, and fiscal profligacy. Editorialsopposing UN actions and the organization itself began appearing with frequency in local and regionalnewspapers, and occasionally even in major national news organs.Anti-UN sentiment had already reached the point in 1981 that veteran UN-watcher Robert W. Lee couldreport in his book,
 The United Nations Conspirac
: "Today the UN is increasingly regarded not as a
sacred cow, but rather as a troika composed of a white elephant, a Trojan horse, and a Judas goat."5 Thesupermarket tabloid
, while not exactly a consistently reliable heavyweight in the news and analysiscategory, expressed the sentiments of a large and growing segment of the American people with aNovember 3, 1981 article by Steve Dunleavy entitled, "Rip Down This Shocking Tower of Shame."In March of 1982, syndicated columnist Andrew Tully authored a piece headlined: "[Mayor] KochShould Chase UN Out of Town."6 Many similar articles and editorials could be cited, but perhaps one of the most surprising was the August 24, 1987 cover story by Charles Krauthammer for
 The NewRepublic
, entitled "Let It Sink: The Overdue Demise of the United Nations."But the advent of Mikhail Gorbachev’s "new thinking" in the late 1980s coincided with the beginning of a remarkable rehabilitation in the public’s image of the UN. First Gorbachev, and then Boris Yeltsin,won plaudits for reversing the traditional Soviet (or Soviet surrogate) practice of using the UN as avenue for strident anti-American diatribes. Yassir Arafat and his PLO terrorists dropped their regulaanti-Israel philippics. And the UNs "peacekeepers" won a Nobel Prize and worldwide praise for theiroles as mediators in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Central America, Southern Africa, and the Middle East. Then came Operation Desert Storm, the holy war against the aggression of Saddam Hussein. And
mirabile dictu
, the United Nations was once again the world’s "last best hope for peace." Suddenly UN"peacekeepers" began to appear almost everywhere — with more than 40,000 troops in the field inAfrica, Asia, Europe, Central America, and the Middle East7 — and every new day now brings newappeals for the world body’s intervention and "expertise."On United Nations Day 1990, a new Gallup Poll indicated that "American support for the UnitedNations ... is higher than it has been in over 20 years." According to the national polling organization,"Fifty-four percent of Americans now think the United Nations has done a good job of solving theproblems it has had to face...." The poll cited the "rapprochement between the U.S.S.R. and the U.S.,and the dissolution of the Iron Curtain," as well as the developing Persian Gulf situation, as majofactors contributing to the enhancement of the UN’s image.8Gallup reported that "almost six out of ten Americans think that the U.N. has been effective in helpingdeal with the current [Iraq-Kuwait] crisis, with only 8% saying that the U.N. has not been at alleffective." Even more disturbing, if accurate, is the poll finding that 61 percent of those surveyedthought it a good idea to build up the United Nations emergency force to "a size great enough to dealwith ‘brush fire’ or small wars throughout the world."9 The euphoria following the Persian Gulf hostilities temporarily boosted George Bush’s approval ratingto an all-time high for any president. Rude economic realities and an accumulating number of politicalproblems then caused his star to plummet just as rapidly as it had risen. The UN’s gains, however,appear to have been more durable. As reported by Richard Morin ("U.N. Real Winner After Gulf War,"
Salt Lake Tribune
, January 24, 1992), a survey by the Americans Talk Issues Foundation "found thatapproval for the United Nations actually increased from 66 percent in June to 78 percent in Novembe[1991], a period when other measures of war-induced euphoria were sinking fast." The
reported:[H]alf of those questioned — 51 percent — agreed that "the U.S. should abide by all WorldCourt decisions, even when they go against us, because this sets an example for all nationsto follow." That was up from 42 percent in May.

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