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The House that Hiss Built (english)
10 Mar 2003
Modified: 11 Mar 2003
The list of outrages is endless. The United Nations, in a vote of 33 to 3 has now elected Libya to chair the United Nations Human Rights Commission. The United States was joined by Canada and apparently Guatemala in voting no and 17 nations, mostly European, abstained. Libya's repressive human rights record, along with its complicity in the terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, a bomb that killed 270 innocent people over Lockerbie Scotland, is notorious.
One week before the dastardly terror attack on the World Trade Center twin towers and the Pentagon, the United Nations committee on Racism tried to pass a resolution declaring "Zionism is Racism" and a demand for reparations by the United States, and only the United States, to descendants of African slaves. The record of United Nations conferences, from the UNESCO Conference held in Hamburg, Germany 1965 which launched sex education, to the Cairo Conference launching forced abortion, to the Rio Conference which sought to transfer the earned capital of the free world to communist inspired third world dictatorships, has been one of advocating against the development of individual rights and for an immoral agenda on a worldwide scale.

The United Nations was sold to the American people at the end of World War II as a vehicle for ending war but nothing could've been further from the truth. At the time of the ratification of the United Nations Charter, August 1945, Statesman and Ambassador J. Reuben Clark observed "there is no provision in the Charter itself that contemplates ending warThe Charter is built to prepare for war, not to promote peaceThe Charter is a war document not a peace document(it doesn't) prevent future warsit takes from us the power to declare them, to choose the side on which we shall fight, to determine what forces and military equipment we shall use in the war, and to control and command our sons who do the fighting."

The last lawful war the United States engaged in was World War II, declared by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, December 1941, and voted into law by Congress according to Article 1 section 8 of the Constitution. Since that time, war powers have been effectively surrendered to the United Nations and the United States has been perpetually at war somewhere on the globe ever since. The two most egregious post World War II examples of the amoral internationalist war would be the Korean and Vietnam wars, both fought without congressional declarations and under the auspices of the United Nations "regional arrangements."

Korea and Vietnam were classic examples of virtually every conflict since World War II and the dawn of United Nations internationalism. While ostensively fought to defend small nations from brutal communist aggression, Korea ended in a stalemate after a United Nations engineered surrender to the North Korean communists and Vietnam and Cambodia were lost to the communists, with a predictable exodus by hundreds of thousands of boat people and a Holocaust in Cambodia. Like other post World War II conflicts, these wars were not fought to defend freedom but instead were fought to further an ill defined and sinister immoral internationalist agenda.

The United Nations agenda should come as no surprise after examining the founding members of the United Nations including Soviet spy Alger Hiss, the first Secretary General and the founding conference in San Francisco. In his autobiography "Recollections of a Life" Alger Hiss boasts of his pivotal role in founding the United Nations and drafting the founding documents that would lead to the United Nations Charter. Congressional testimony and the declassified Venona papers leave little doubt that Hiss was working for Stalin.

Along with Russian born Leo Pasvolsky, the son of communists who was known as "The Architect of the United Nations Charter," Hiss was aided by a notorious list of American communists in his endeavor to establish the United Nations. The list of American communists who played roles in founding the United Nations is as follows:

Victor Perlo, Solomon Adler, Abraham George Silverman, Virginius Frank Coe, Nathan Gregory Silvermaster, Laurence Duggan, William H. Taylor, Noel Field, William L. Ullman, Harold Glasser, John Carter Vincent, Henry Julian Wadleigh, Irving Kaplan, David Weintraub, and Harry Dexter White.
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11 Mar 2003