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Senate ready to pass United Nations tax on U.S. citizens and GUN BAN & CONFISCATION!!

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  1. kevo234

    kevo234 Member

    Aug 15, 2007
    Hello everyone, long time lurker but this is my first post and you will see why I thought this was so important. This is pieced together from several other boards. Nothing came up in the search on here.


    The United States Senate may vote any day on the stealth imposition of what could amount to an $845 BILLION United Nations style global tax on American citizens?

    It's called the Global Poverty Act (S.2433), and it is being sponsored by none other than Senator Barack Obama.

    According to some conservative sources, this disastrous legislation could eventually force U.S. taxpayers to fork over as much as 0.7 percent of the nation's Gross Domestic Product -- or $845,000,000,000.00 -- on welfare to third-world countries.

    Here's what Phyllis Schlafly, conservative activist and founder of Eagle Forum, recently wrote:

    "Obama's costly, dangerous and altogether bad bill (S. 2433), which could come up in the Senate any day, is called the Global Poverty Act. It would commit U.S. taxpayers to spend 0.7 percent of our Gross Domestic Product on foreign handouts..." [Emphasis Mine]

    Time is of the essence because Senator Joe Biden, the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee just issued a report on the Global Poverty Act and it was placed on the Senate Legislative Calendar on Thursday the 24th.

    That means that time is of the essence as this potentially massive surrender of your hard-earned tax dollars to the third world may be close to a vote.

    That's why we must act now... BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!

    Let them know in no uncertain terms that you are watching and you will not tolerate massive United Nations style giveaways that are passed in the dark of night -- or in broad daylight for that matter. Tell them that putting us on the road to give billions to petty tyrants and dictators is NOT a solution to poverty.

    This bill can come up for a vote at any time. Demand that our conservative legislators do whatever it takes -- a filibuster if necessary -- to stop this bill dead in its tracks.

    The Senate Shell Game...

    Advocates of the Global Poverty Act are claiming that it does not really commit the United States to anything... that it won't really cost anything... that it simply requires the President -- in conjunction with the Secretary of State -- to "develop" strategies to alleviate world poverty.

    In fact, Biden's report incredulously states, "implementing S. 2433 would cost less than $1 million per year..."

    Technically he's correct... after all, it doesn't really cost that much to develop and formulate strategies...

    But such a cleverly worded contention begs the question: Why formulate or develop a strategy if there is no intention to follow through on that strategy?

    And what would it cost to actually follow through on a strategy to alleviate world poverty?

    The Global Poverty Act intentionally gives no specific figures but it does contain clues, and those clues are stated repeatedly in the legislation's reliance on the United Nations Millennium Development Goal.

    WorldNetDaily.com quotes Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy in Media as saying:

    "The bill defines the term 'Millennium Development Goals' as the goals set out in the United Nations Millennium Declaration..."

    "In addition to seeking to eradicate poverty, that declaration commits nations to banning 'small arms and light weapons' and ratifying a series of treaties, including the International Criminal Court Treaty, the Kyoto Protocol (global warming treaty), the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child."

    As for specific figures... WorldNetDaily.com reports:

    "Those U.N. protocols would make U.S. law on issues ranging from the 2nd Amendment to energy usage and parental rights all subservient to United Nations whims."

    "[T]he legislation, if approved, dedicates 0.7 percent of the U.S. gross national product to foreign aid, which over 13 years... would amount to $845 billion 'over and above what the U.S. already spends.'"

    "The plan passed the House in 2007 'because most members didn't realize what was in it.' Congressional sponsors have been careful not to calculate the amount of foreign aid spending that it would require."

    And, how would the United States pay for this $845 BILLION commitment? According to Kincaid, who published a report on the legislation; "A global tax will clearly be necessary to force American taxpayers to provide the money."

    And that $845 BILLION global tax is in addition to our nation's current Foreign Aid programs, which, in 2006, cost American taxpayers about $300 BILLION!

    Senator Obama's Global Poverty Act has already passed the House (many Members unfortunately voted in favor of it without carefully noting exactly what was in it) and President Bush may very well sign it!

    That's why it must be stopped, and it must be stopped NOW!


    It Gets Worse!

    Here are some of the additional provisions of the Millennium Development Goal:

    a "currency transfer tax," that is, a tax imposed on companies and individuals who must exchange dollars for foreign currency;

    a "tax on the rental value of land and natural resources";

    a "royalty on worldwide fossil energy projection -- oil, natural gas, coal";

    "fees for the commercial use of the oceans, fees for airplane use of the skies, fees for use of the electromagnetic spectrum, fees on foreign exchange transactions, and a tax on the carbon content of fuels."

    a "standing peace force," meaning a standing United Nations army that might, in time, be large enough to force us to bend to its will;

    a "UN arms register of all small arms and light weapons," the beginning of the end of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution;

    the "eradication of poverty" by the "redistribution [of] wealth and land" -- How do you suppose the United Nations expects to "redistribute" the land and the wealth? And what country do you think the third-world majority will go after first?

    cancellation of "the debts of developing countries,"

    "a fair distribution of the earth's resources."

    and "political control of the global economy."

    In other words, it's a blueprint for a world government, owned and operated by the United Nations.

    One thing is clear: the Millennium Development Goal is a dagger aimed at the heart of America.

    While the Global Poverty Act, as presently championed by its Senate supporters, embraces certain aspects of the Millennium Development Goal, one should wonder if some of our legislators also support land and wealth "redistribution."

    We must stop this bill dead in its tracks.

    We must stop this subversion NOW! Don't let Senator Obama's Global Poverty Act sneak through the Senate.


    Other Appropriate Entities...

    Dr. Jeffrey D. Sachs -- a Columbia University economist -- is monitoring the Millennium Development Goal for the United Nations.

    In his 2005 report to Kofi Annan -- based on the research of 265 "poverty specialists" -- Sachs criticized the United States for giving only a mere $16.3 billion a year to alleviate global poverty.

    He argued that we should spend at least an additional $30 billion a year.

    And Sachs has decreed that the only way to force the United States to commit that much money is to IMPOSE A GLOBAL TAX.

    Has Senator Obama -- along with the other Senate co-sponsors -- introduced the Global Policy Act at least in partial obedience to Sachs' wishes?

    Phyllis Schlafly claims:

    "The Global Poverty Act would be a giant step toward the Millennium Goals of global governance and international taxes on Americans. Tell your Senators to kill this un-American bill."

    Joe Farah, publisher of WorldNetDaily.com said of this treacherous bill:

    "Now comes an even grander proposal by Barack Obama. It's called the Global Poverty Act, that would, in the next decade, transfer at least $845 billion of U.S. taxpayer money overseas. Think of Johnson's failed war on poverty going international -- directed not by Americans but by the United Nations."

    And yes, just in case you think the massive amounts of your tax dollars that were wasted under the United Nation's Oil for Food program were an aberration, and that such a thing could not eventually happen on a more massive scale were the Global Poverty Act to sneak through the Senate, Doug Powers, writing for WorldNetDaily.com made this observation:

    "Not long ago, Nigeria's 'anti-corruption commission' -- runner-up in the 'oxymoron of the year' competition, second only to 'U.S. Senate Intelligence' -- found that past rulers of Nigeria have stolen or misused billions of dollars."

    "The commission discovered that the amount of money 'missing' adds up to all the Western aid given to Africa in four decades. Obama, Hagel and Cantwell want to throw more at them. Apparently they won't be happy until there are trillions of our tax dollars stolen by crooked leaders and warlords." [Emphasis Mine]

    Unfortunately, the Global Poverty Act is still flying under the radar, but not for long.

    But there is hope.

    WE know, and we can stop this vicious bill -- provided we act RIGHT NOW!

    Here is the bill, http://www.thomas.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c110:S.2433:

    At first read you will think that it says nothing about guns and regristration. But it is there and has been carefully hidden here.

    (4) MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS- The term `Millennium Development Goals' means the goals set out in the United Nations Millennium Declaration, General Assembly Resolution 55/2 (2000).

    Means -

    A release from the Obama Senate office about the bill declares, “In 2000, the U.S. joined more than 180 countries at the United Nations Millennium Summit and vowed to reduce global poverty by 2015. We are halfway towards this deadline, and it is time the United States makes it a priority of our foreign policy to meet this goal and help those who are struggling day to day.”

    The legislation itself requires the President “to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to further the United States foreign policy objective of promoting the reduction of global poverty, the elimination of extreme global poverty, and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal of reducing by one-half the proportion of people worldwide, between 1990 and 2015, who live on less than $1 per day.”

    The bill defines the term “Millennium Development Goals” as the goals set out in the United Nations Millennium Declaration, General Assembly Resolution 55/2 (2000).

    The U.N. says that “The commitment to provide 0.7% of gross national product (GNP) as official development assistance was first made 35 years ago in a General Assembly resolution, but it has been reaffirmed repeatedly over the years, including at the 2002 global Financing for Development conference in Monterrey, Mexico. However, in 2004, total aid from the industrialized countries totaled just $78.6 billion—or about 0.25% of their collective GNP.”

    In addition to seeking to eradicate poverty, that declaration commits nations to banning “small arms and light weapons” and ratifying a series of treaties, including the International Criminal Court Treaty, the Kyoto Protocol (global warming treaty), the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

    The Millennium Declaration also affirms the U.N. as “the indispensable common house of the entire human family, through which we will seek to realize our universal aspirations for peace, cooperation and development.”

    The UN gun ban & confiscation is one of the provisions of the "United Nations Millennium Declaration, General Assembly Resolution 55/2," which "commits nations to banning small arms and light weapons."
  2. rbernie
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    rbernie Member

    Jan 21, 2004
    Norra Texas
    This has been discussed at length, and your premise that the act contains any 'UN tax' on US citizens or that it contains any overt gun control has been demonstrated as false.
  3. K3

    K3 Member

    Nov 14, 2006
    Looking through the scope at a coyote
    This again?

    Doesn't this come up every few months?
  4. Art Eatman

    Art Eatman Administrator Staff Member

    Dec 22, 2002
    Terlingua, TX; Thomasville,GA
    Yeah, and it goes away every few months.
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