Constitutional Threats and Globalism

File:Statueofliberty.JPGThere has been talk of neutering the EPA by many of the current GOP, Presidential Candidates. History has shown us that any human entity, if given enough time and power, will always begin to meddle and abuse their power. Whether it is from a lack of anything more purposeful to do, and a need to show others that they deserve the power that’s been given to them. Or, from a truly sincere (albeit misplaced) desire to do good. The EPA has been and continues to run roughshod over the Constitution and “everyone’s” rights of property as protected and upheld by the Supreme Court.
Currently the EPA is destroying the viable energy sources with their interpretation of “Global Warming” and Co2 emissions. Now, they plan to do the same by re-interpreting what “bodies” of water the Federal government has the right(s) to regulate.
Truth is always scarier than fiction. First they came for the control of your money, then they came for the control of your air, presently they are gaining control and locking up the land and shortly they will do the same to your water. All of these elements are integral to the US Citizen’s “Rights of Property”.
Okay, I am saying it again! Agenda 21 for Sustainable Development, is stealing “the American Dream”. Please, let’s clean house of these globalists who have corrupted the Constitution to the point that the Youth are being lied to in our public schools and won’t even know what true freedom and liberty is.
YiT, Shelly

England and Germany are waking up to the reality that multiculturalism vs integration, very likely will be the downfall of their nation(s).  Multiculturalism is the warm and fuzzy term used to describe acceptance of one another's cultural differences.  But, the reality is that multicultural behavior has been a one way street.  Every day our courts are beleaguered with lawsuits that stem from the claims of those who say that some person/place/thing has shown intolerance of their beliefs.  What individuals practice within the sanctity of their home is one thing.  But, when we step out into the public arena or go to work for someone else, we are obligated to perform our work to their standards.  The risks to all the worlds stability rests with a nations ability to secure freedom and individual liberty for all, insured by a Countries constitution, charter, or treaty.  There-in lies, what I believe, the goal for each and everyone of us; "Equal justice under our Laws".
Please take a moment to read the article posted below and share your thoughts on this with me.
Yours in Truth  ;-)  Shelly
UK's Cameron: Europe must wake up on extremism

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Feb 5, 7:21 AM (ET)

MUNICH (AP) - Europe must stamp out intolerance of Western values within its own Muslim communities and far-right groups if it is to defeat the roots of terrorism, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Saturday.
Cameron told the annual Munich Security Conference that European governments have been too tolerant of some sectors of society that publicly oppose democracy or reject equal rights for all.
He said Britain had found that many convicted terrorists had initially been influenced by so-called "nonviolent extremists" - people who aren't involved in encouraging plots, but denounce Western politics and culture - before going on to carry out violence.
"We won't defeat terrorism simply by the actions we take outside our borders. Europe needs to wake up to what is happening in our own countries," Cameron told the conference.
Both Britain and Germany have had noisy domestic debates about the impact of immigration, and the difficulties of integrating some religious communities, or those who struggle with the language of their new home.
In an attack on Britain's previous government, Cameron said authorities there had been too hesitant to intervene when some sectors of society espoused abhorrent views.
"We have even tolerated these segregated communities behaving in ways that run counter to our values," Cameron said. "We have encouraged different cultures to live separate lives, apart from each other and the mainstream."
Cameron said a culture of tolerance had allowed both Islamic extremists, and far-right extremists, to build support for their causes. "We've been too cautious, frankly even fearful, to stand up to them," he said.
Some European allies have criticized Britain for harboring hardline Islamic clerics and failing to clamp down on mosques that promote a perverted view of Islam.
The best I can say is this...the Executive Administration is moving on all fronts to destroy the United States Constitution in many subliminal ways.  Here is just one more example of that very real possibility.
This was posted on a 9.12 site, by the member USA Mom of Greeneville, TN.  This posting is supported by today's (7/19/2010) topic on the Glenn Beck radio program.
Yours In Truth  ;-)  Shelly
Words matter - listen carefully to our current administration If we don't pay attention, we will lose all freedoms.

Since the initially strong language on religious freedom used in President Obama's Cairo speech, presidential references to religious freedom have become rare, often replaced, at most, with references to freedom of worship. A purposeful change in language could mean a much narrower view of the right to religious freedom. Does this change of language indicate a change of policy? As Catholics, this is an area where we must remain vigilant. These small changes can be used to change our perception of rights and freedoms.

WASHINGTON, DC (Catholic Online) - The change in language was barely noticeable to the average citizen but political observers are raising red flags at the use of a new term "freedom of worship" by President Obama and Secretary Clinton as a replacement for the term freedom of religion. This shift happened between the President's speech in Cairo where he showcased America's freedom of religion and his appearance in November at a memorial for the victims of Fort Hood, where he specifically used the term "freedom of worship." From that point on, it has become the term of choice for the president and Clinton.

In her article for "First Things" magazine, Ashley Samelson, International Programs Director for the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, stated, "To anyone who closely follows prominent discussion of religious freedom in the diplomatic and political arena, this linguistic shift is troubling: "The reason is simple. Any person of faith knows that religious exercise is about a lot more than freedom of worship. It's about the right to dress according to one's religious dictates, to preach openly, to evangelize, to engage in the public square. Everyone knows that religious Jews keep kosher, religious Quakers don't go to war, and religious Muslim women wear headscarves-yet "freedom of worship" would protect none of these acts of faith."

In the administration's defense, Carl Esbeck, professor of law at the University of Missouri, is quoted by Christianity Today as saying, "The softened message is probably meant for the Muslim world, said. Obama, seeking to repair relations fractured by 9/11, is telling Islamic countries that America is not interfering with their internal matters."

Let's be clear, however; language matters when it comes to defining freedoms and limits. A shift from freedom of religion to freedom of worship moves the dialog from the world stage into the physical confines of a church, temple, synagogue or mosque. Such limitations can unleash an unbridled initiative that we have only experienced in a mild way through actions determined to remove of roadside crosses, wearing of religious t-shirts and pro-life pins as well as any initiatives of evangelization. It also could exclude our right to raise our children in our faith, the right to religious education, literature or media, the right to raise funds or organize charitable activities and the right to express religious beliefs in the normal discourse of life.

In the Second Vatican Council's Declaration of Religious Freedom entitled "Dignitatis Humanae", the Church summarizes this right: "Religious freedom, in turn, which men demand as necessary to fulfill their duty to worship God, has to do with immunity from coercion in civil society. Therefore it leaves untouched traditional Catholic doctrine on the moral duty of men and societies toward the true religion and toward the one Church of Christ."

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Wake up people.....
China has freedom to worship. Just carry your Bible with you on your trip to China and you will see how "free' you are. That might be why so many of those in 'camps' that produce so many of the things you can buy cheap from China are Christians. Nothing O or any of his proggies give us is free. Nothing.

Obama STARTS to Disarm America
by Phyllis Schlafly

Phyllis SchlaflyMay 28, 2010
Would you be satisfied if your only access to a computer was to try to boot up one that hadn't been used or tested since 1992? That's the predicament of our nuclear deterrent on which we depend for our ultimate physical survival. On April 8 in Prague, President Obama signed what is called the New START bilateral arms control agreement. It reads like it was written by the Russians and has nothing good in it for the United States.
Obama is demanding a rush to ratification, after which we can then discover the details of what the treaty requires. Does that remind you of the procedure used for Obamacare?
If there ever were a need for the Senate to read the bill and for the Senate to use its "advice" power as well as its "consent" power, this is it, including reading the treaty's protocols and annexes. Harry Reid's Senate promptly held one hearing, but heard only from treaty advocates, not from its critics.
Click here to read the full article and view this video about nuclear arms safety.

Who says that the Federal Government and the public operatives in Washington D.C. can't get things done quickly when they need to?  When it comes to public scrutiny of embedded political spies, who have lived within our border for the past decade or two, they moved lightening fast.  One must wonder, after so many years of  Russia holding captive spies from the United State, what is the real story here?  That was the fastest swap on record...couldn't we have bargained a little harder?  Say, for Russia to show documented support for 'real' sanctions on Iran and other threats to the United States?
Just my thoughts...what are yours?
Yours in Truth  ;-)  ShellySuspected Spies Disappear After Swap
MOSCOW—The 14 alleged spies deported from Russia and the U.S. remained out of public view over the weekend amid uncertainty over where they had been taken and how they would restart their lives.

Russia's 11?

Read more about the spy suspects and allegations against them in the complaints.
Relatives said they heard brief reports from two participants in Friday's spy swap, one of the largest since the Cold War, Russian media said.
Nuclear scientist Igor Sutyagin phoned his family from an unidentified hotel near London, where he is apparently confined by British authorities until a decision is made about whether he will remain in the U.K., his mother said.
The whereabouts of the others, including the 10 Russian agents expelled from the U.S. to Moscow, were unknown. Russian media speculated that they were being debriefed at Russian intelligence headquarters in Moscow.
One of the 10, Anna Chapman, had phoned her sister from Moscow's Domodedovo airport after landing Friday and reported, "Everything is OK. We have landed."
Russia's state-controlled national television channels reported the swap tersely, likely reflecting the Kremlin's desire to bury a story in which the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, after years of surveillance, busted a network ofdeep-cover "sleeper" agents who had failed to gain access to state secrets.
The 10 were exchanged in Vienna for three former KGB officers and Mr. Sutyagin, all serving prison sentences in Russia for passing sensitive information to the West. Two of the KGB officers had been convicted in their country of compromising dozens of Soviet-era and Russian agents in the West.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said the 10 agents deported from the U.S. had received hundreds of thousands of dollars from Russia. In an interview with CBS's "Face the Nation" that aired Sunday, he defended the swap as "an opportunity to get back...four people in whom we have a great deal of interest.
To read the full story click this link.

Last week, Megan Kelly, of the Fox News Network program, "America Live", had an explosive interview with a former DOJ attorney. Please take the time to watch and listen to the entire segments.

Yours in Truth ;-) Shelly

This is a relatively disturbing video, but since it comes from PJTV, I am comfortable that the information has been well vetted and should be shared widely.
Yours in Truth  ;-)  Shelly

The Obama Administration works feverishly everyday to improve U.S. relations with other Nations?  Through opaque deals and media spin that puts the Clinton Administration to shame, the general public is kept in the dark as the U.S. Constitution is shredded by those who pledge to uphold and defend it, above all else.  You be the this in the best interest of the private citizens of the United States, or is it in the best interest of those who tout global, universal, humanism or might I dare say those word...New World Order.
Yours in Truth  ;-)  Shelly
U.S. reverses stance on treaty to regulate arms trade
Wed Oct 14, 2009 11:56pm EDT

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States reversed policy on Wednesday and said it would back launching talks on a treaty to regulate arms sales as long as the talks operated by consensus, a stance critics said gave every nation a veto. The decision, announced in a statement released by the U.S. State Department, overturns the position of former President George W. Bush's administration, which had opposed such a treaty on the grounds that national controls were better.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the United States would support the talks as long as the negotiating forum, the so-called Conference on the Arms Trade Treaty, "operates under the rules of consensus decision-making."
"Consensus is needed to ensure the widest possible support for the Treaty and to avoid loopholes in the Treaty that can be exploited by those wishing to export arms irresponsibly," Clinton said in a written statement.
To read the full article click here.

The Earth Charter

The Earth Charter is a declaration of the fundamental principles for building a just society with a special emphasis on the world's environmental challenges. The document's vision recognises that environmental protection, human rights, equitable human development, and peace are interdependent and indivisible. In 1987, the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development issued a call for the creation of a new charter that would set forth fundamental principles for sustainable development. The drafting of an Earth Charter was part of the unfinished business of the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. In 1994 Maurice Strong, the Secretary-General of the Earth Summit and Chairman of the Earth Council, and Mikhail Gorbachev, Chairman of Green Cross International, launched a new Earth Charter initiative with support from the Dutch government. An Earth Charter Commission was formed in 1997 to oversee the project and an Earth Charter Secretariat was established at the Earth Council in Costa Rica. The Earth Charter seeks to inspire in all peoples a new sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility for the well being of the human family and the larger living world. It is an expression of hope and a call to help create a global partnership at a critical juncture in history.

The principles of the Earth Charter reflect extensive international consultations conducted over a period of many years. These principles are also based upon contemporary science, international law, and the insights of philosophy and religion. Today, the Earth Charter is endorsed by more than 8000 organisations that represent hundreds of millions of people. In 2004, Professor Wangari Maathai, the Earth Charter Commissioner from Kenya and member of GCI's Honorary Board,became the first African woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of her contribution to sustainable development, democracy and peace.

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