Obama has done it again!  He just handed over another piece of U.S. sovereignty to a body of thieves, thugs extortionists, rapists and murderers.  This time his move is the first, or at least the next, step to giving the Southwest to the insolent desperados of Mexico.  On the very surface, it sounds right and proper.  In depth, however, this is one of the most devastating moves this president has yet made against our nation.

In appeasement to the Tribal Nations Conference earlier this month, Obama announced agreement and support for yet another U.N. declaration usurping American autonomy.  Article 26 of the United Nations resolution reads in part, “Indigenous peoples have the right to the lands, territories and resources which they have traditionally owned, occupied or otherwise used or acquired,” and it says nations “shall give legal recognition and protection to these lands, territories and resources.”

This is just another well thought progressive stride toward the long-range goal of piecemealing our country until there is nothing left of it so the One World Government can incorporate the remaining ghetto.  After all, Mexico claims that the Southwest belongs to them because Spanish explorers came from the South, tramped the mountains and deserts and sailed along the coastline, of the area.  Since the Spanish explorers had previously conquered many of the +/- 60 indigenous tribes of Mexico, any land explored thereafter according to Mexico, belongs to Mexico.  Obama, and the progressive movement, is willing to accommodate their desires, one step at a time.

The U.N. begins most of their international take-overs with non-binding agreements.  They slip in a soft sounding, non-binding clause into a resolution and count head nods.  It is then extremely difficult for countries to reject the same or similar language when a formal treaty is proposed.

In 2007, the U.N. offered President Bush the opportunity to sell out his country, like Obama recently did.  Bush, however, declined because the language of the resolution was vague and open to interpretation.  He was not on a four-year appeasement, apology and sovereignty destruction campaign.  Like him or not, President Bush did do some things to protect us as a nation and preserve our freedoms.

What now is the need for the DREAM Act?  That would only be an immediate and partial solution for this administration.  The patience of the progressive movement allows for a slower but more complete take-over and reversal of all that is right.  Because Spanish explorers and some natives of Mexico, Central and South America did originally step foot on what is now American soil, Mexico is claiming the Southwest as theirs.  Truly, in spite of U.S. building codes, you can travel the border areas of the U.S. and find second and third use lumber, plastic and cardboard room additions on homes to accommodate the “new comers” while they temporarily transition to other areas.

It’s no wonder there is no political will to secure the border.  We are one.  We are the world.


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One Response to “ANOTHER GIVE-AWAY”

  1. sasoc Says:

    Bush made some big mistakes, but he got a few things very right. Rejecting the Kyoto protocol and sovereignty-busters like the one you write about. And you are right, slow encroachment is the way our enemies will carve us up, unless we stay strong. At least we have the House for the next two years.


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