Missouri's 7th District, U.S. House of Representatives




Congressional Issues 2010
The United Nations

The 112th Congress should
  • refuse to ratify or fund the proposed International Criminal Court,
  • be wary of defining away sovereignty as a barrier to military intervention,
  • oppose granting the United Nations war-fighting functions or establishing an on-call UN army, and
  • withhold payments to the UN until the secretary general demonstrates clearer progress in eliminating inefficiency, mismanagement, and corruption.
  • Get US out!

The United Nations is built on a false religion, "the religion of humanity." In 1964, R.J. Rushdoony wrote about The Religion of the United Nations. John Foster Dulles, founding member of the Council on Foreign Relations, delegate to the UN founding conference, and Eisenhower's first Secretary of State, said of the U.N.:

. . . Some persons would like to throw out Soviet Russia because we disagree with their representatives and they with us. A world organization without Soviet Communists would be a much more pleasant organization. But they have power in the world, and if the United Nations gets away from that reality it becomes artificial and exerts less influence. The United Nations should mirror more accurately, not less accurately, the reality of what is.

The world must be saved by law, and law reflects power rather than morality. Indeed, the United Nations must be beyond good and evil:

I have now come to believe that the United Nations will best serve the cause of peace if its Assembly is representative of what the world actually is, and not merely representative of the parts which we like. Therefore, we ought to be willing that all the nations should be members without attempting to appraise closely those which are "good" and those which are "bad." Already that distinction is obliterated by the present membership of the United Nations.

Since Man is the new god, the godhead must be united, and the concepts of good and evil as found in "the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God" must take second place. The Soviet Union has power, and power is the ultimate reality for the religion of Secular Humanism and for the United Nations.

The United Nations is anti-Christian to the core.


Some people say I'm crazy because I'm an anarchist.

Of course, what I say is, "I am not an ARCHIST."

An "archist" is someone who believes he has a right to impose his will on others by force or threats of violence.

Am I really crazy to say that using coercion and threatening violence is unethical and immoral?

Is the following really a crazy thought:

For the last few centuries, human beings have tried organizing their societies using a monopoly of violence called "the State." The State has done the following in the last 100 years:
  • murdered hundreds of millions of innocent non-combatant civilians
  • enslaved billions of human beings (the Soviets and the Maoists enslaved entire countries)
  • stolen (taxed or confiscated or nationalized) trillions of dollars of private property.

We have tried the idea of "the nation-state." It has been a dismal failure. Let's try a state-less Free Market system.

Is that really a reckless proposal?

Two things are needed to stop this march of death:

       1. persuade the people who wear government uniforms that what they do is unethical or immoral.
       2. persuade those who salute or vote for these people that their lives will be improved once we abolish the machinery of death.

Too many people believe that without "governments," criminals -- murderers, thieves and kidnappers -- will

       • murder hundreds of innocent non-combatant civilians
       • enslave thousands of human beings
       • steal millions of dollars of private property.

Compare that with the record of "the State" above.

In 1994, private non-state criminals in the U.S. stole $28 million.
That same year, the government stole $2 BILLION -- one hundred times more -- through just one government revenue program: "asset forfeiture."

"But if we abolish the government in Washington D.C., we will not be able to defend ourselves, and we will be invaded and enslaved."

If all the people who currently wear U.S. government uniforms traded places with the people who wear government uniforms in Russia or China, would Americans notice the difference? What difference would it make? Would your taxes go up if suddenly all U.S. government employees were Chinese?

So let's make this a global project.

Let's persuade human beings in every nation that theft, murder, and kidnapping are immoral, even if conducted by people calling themselves "the government."

Let's abolish the United States using a treaty with the people of Russia who agree that both "governments" will resign and disappear simultaneously from the face of the earth. Let's get rid of all the nation-states at once. Let's form a non-profit organization to promote this idea and provide legal blueprints which could be adopted as treaties by governments as their last official act, abolishing themselves.

We could call it, "The United Dis-Nations."

The United Nations was promoted as a path to peace. The path to peace and a "Vine & Fig Tree" world is a state-less path.

Christian Globalism: The Vine & Fig Tree Worldview

July, 2015: The United Nations supports pro-family policy; The United States Opposes it.

“[T]he United States lobbied [against it] with great energy,” says Slater, noting that pushing the LGBT agenda abroad has become a “primary objective of our nation's foreign policy.” She even reports that our delegation threatened to withhold foreign aid to developing nations if they affirmed the natural family.
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