The answer to the title of this post is “yes.” It is not a joke and it is not mis-stated or over-stated. UPDATE: 8-20-11: Senate Bill 2433 is dead, but the U.N. Millenium Development is alive and well.
According to Senator Jim Inhofe’s office today, Obama’s Global Poverty Act, Senate Bill 2433, may not come to the floor until September, unless “energy” is resolved sooner than expected.
Senate Bill 2433 is vile Legislation and it is sponsored by Senator Obama. If this legislation passes, I cannot say that everything I’ve outlined below will be automatically adhered to, because as a Nation the masses would rise-up, but Senator Obama is an Internationalist, a Globalist, a Socialist. If we give him the opportunity, (and his co-sponsors as well, and certainly if he becomes President, he will collaborate with the United Nations in every way he can. He believes in this stuff folks. Be alarmed!
A comment on a forum board somewhere made me take an even closer look at the details of the Bill. I’ve scoured the documents involved before, and again now – a lot of very long text and very small print – links provided herein.
The comment that caught my attention was this:
“I wouldn’t worry about Senate Bill 2433 tying the U.S. to anything other than eradicating global poverty. The remainder of the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) is not tied to the U.S. through this Bill.”
That is simply wrong.
According to United Nation’s MDG agreement, signed by many countries, including the United States, the key to the mission and vision of the Bill is the U.N. Millennium Development Goal (MDG), which Senator Obama includes in his legislation, specifically tying the eradication of poverty to achieving the goals of the MDG. (Link to Bill at end of article).
Here’s a quote from Millennium Development Goal that will give you more than a hint of what is planned for you and me:
…Poverty eradication is not an automatic consequence of economic growth; it requires purposeful action to redistribute wealth and land,…
Here’s what Obama requires our President to “implement” in order to achieve the MDG goals: eradicating global poverty, which cannot be done without:
All quotes are taken directly from the To initiate a worldwide freeze on armed forces
…the prohibition of the use of force,…must not be undermined
To explore the feasibility of a legally binding convention on overcoming poverty,…To carry out the objective of moving towards the abolition of war by practical means,…the United Nations Secretariat and interested Governments, or a separate group of Governments, should develop a draft proposal for global disarmament
2) Prohibiting advanced weapons technology
…devise ways of stopping the technological development of new and more advanced weapons that create new imbalances in global power relationships.
3) Monitoring small arms
4) Controlling the world’s immigration to allow for:
…the global principle of freedom of circulation for all
5) Controlling the world’s finances:
…To move towards democratic political control of the global economy so that it may serve our vision.
...Sustainable funds could be raised through a currency transfer tax…and a tax on the rental value of land and natural resources.
6) Controlling the world:
Globalization needs defining [and then they define it].…it is transforming our world into a global village…
7) Prohibiting “sanctions” against rogue countries:
…Stop imposing economic sanctions…
8) Controlling conservation through a global tax:
...establish a global habitat conservation fund to purchase comprehensive protection of threatened, critical ecological habitat worldwide. The fund should accrue revenues from a nominal (0.5 -1.0 per cent) royalty on worldwide fossil energy production oil, natural gas, coal, collecting at least $5 billion to $10 billion annually.
For detailed information, Bill sponsors and U.N. Links:
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