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Here come the black helicopters! : UN global governance and the loss of freedom

Author: Dick Morris; Eileen McGann
Publisher: New York : Broadside Books, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Anyone who believes that there are currently serious attempts to transfer American autonomy to the United Nations or to an international commission is a labeled kook, a conspiracy theorist, a member of the "black helicopter crowd." The term is a useful metaphor to capture this attempt to erode our sovereignty by a network of United Nations treaties, codes, guidelines, and other resolutions. They call it "global  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dick Morris; Eileen McGann
ISBN: 9780062240590 0062240595
OCLC Number: 798615881
Description: 192 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part one : The future of our country and of our freedom is in grave danger! --
Part two : UN forces gun control on America --
Part three : UN sovereignty at sea treaty : a third world tax on America --
Part four : the UN tries to regulate the Internet --
Part five : Transfer of wealth: the Rio+20 Treaty --
Part six : UN supremacy over our courts --
Part seven : Globalist control of space --
Part eight : Taxing the US without our approval --
Part nine : Agenda 21 : telling us how to live --
Part ten : Global governance : who would our bedfellows be?
Responsibility: Dick Morris.
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Anyone who believes that there are currently serious attempts to transfer American autonomy to the United Nations or to an international commission is a labeled kook, a conspiracy theorist, a member of the "black helicopter crowd." The term is a useful metaphor to capture this attempt to erode our sovereignty by a network of United Nations treaties, codes, guidelines, and other resolutions. They call it "global governance." We call it the end of freedom--the homogenization of America. The day when the virtual black helicoptors land.

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