The American Thinker’s Lee Cary says that according to Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison’s office, Obama’s Senate Bill 2433 will come to the floor for vote soon, with as little as week for Senators to prepare for it.
This hushed bill will likely be “sprung” as you and I attempt to catch-up after celebrating this Nation’s Independence Day.
Investor’s Business Daily put it this way:
By adopting the Millennium goals in 2000, the U.N. escalated its demands to impose international taxes. Specifically, the Millennium called for a “currency transfer tax,” 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.”
It doesn’t bother U.N. sycophants that most U.S. handouts go into the hands of corrupt dictators who hate us and vote against us in the U.N., and that only 30% of our foreign aid ever reaches the poor. U.N. bureaucrats accuse the U.S. of being “stingy” in its handouts to underdeveloped countries.
There is much more to the Millennium goals than merely extorting more money from U.S. taxpayers. The goals set forth a comprehensive plan to put the United States under U.N. global governance.
Losing Sovereignty [meaning the United States of America] – These goals include a “standing peace force” (i.e. a U.N. standing army), a “U.N. Arms register” of all small arms and light weapons, “peace education” covering “all levels from preschool through university,” and “political control of the global economy.” The goals call for implementing all U.N. treaties that the United States has never ratified, all of which set up U.N. monitoring committees to compromise American sovereignty.
To achieve this level of control over U.S. domestic law, the plan calls for “strengthening the United Nations for the 21st century” by “eliminating” the veto and permanent membership in the Security Council. The goal is to reduce U.S. influence to one out of 192 nations, so we would have merely the same vote as Cuba.
The Global Poverty Act would be a giant step toward the Millennium goal of global governance and international taxes on Americans. Tell your senators to kill this un-American bill.
Obama’s Global Poverty Tax Bill up for Vote in Days from The Bird – Excerpt: The American Thinker’s Lee Cary says that according to Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison’s office, Obama’s Senate Bill 2433 will come to the floor for vote soon, with as little as week for Senators to prepare for it. …
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