Pres­i­dent de­liv­ers most im­por­tant po­lit­i­cal ad­dress of 2018 to UN

Westside Eagle-Observer - - OPINION - By Harold Pease, Ph.D

The United States is quickly be­com­ing di­vided be­tween Glob­al­ists and the Pa­tri­ots. They are at to­tal war with each other. Since they are ide­o­log­i­cally in­com­pat­i­ble, only one side can win. In time, all will sup­port one side or the other. Read­ers are al­ready do­ing so whether they are fully aware of what they sup­port or not.

The Glob­al­ists, of­ten called the es­tab­lish­ment or the deep state, pre­fer world­wide open bor­ders, the even­tual trans­fer of all po­lit­i­cal power to in­ter­na­tional lev­els and even­tu­ally world gov­ern­ment. Na­tional sovereignty is their en­emy. The Pa­tri­ots pre­fer free­dom from ex­ces­sive gov­ern­ment, in­de­pen­dence from any gov­ern­ing en­tity other than Congress, pa­tri­o­tism and, to­day, the Con­sti­tu­tion as writ­ten. The choice is un­can­nily sim­i­lar to the choice given Amer­i­cans in 1776.

The Glob­al­ists, deeply em­bed­ded in our po­lit­i­cal par­ties and es­tab­lish­ment me­dia, hated the fol­low­ing ad­dress and con­se­quently min­i­mized cov­er­age of it in their print out­lets like the New York Times and the Washington Post, and in other net­work me­dia. If it were heeded, it would shut down their new world or­der and world gov­er­nance as­pi­ra­tions. It would spell a dif­fer­ent for­eign pol­icy than prac­ticed since World War II but far more in har­mony with that of the Found­ing Fa­thers.

Chances are very good that read­ers missed im­por­tant parts of what Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump told the United Na­tions on Sept. 25, 2018. It could be sum­ma­rized in 12 words from his speech.

“We re­ject the ide­ol­ogy of glob­al­ism and ac­cept the doc­trine of pa­tri­o­tism,” ad­ding that, “Amer­ica is gov­erned by Amer­i­cans.”

Di­rected squarely at the glob­al­ists in the room, he ef­fec­tively said, “We will keep our sovereignty and ex­pect other na­tions to keep theirs as well.”

He told them, “We are stand­ing up for Amer­ica and for the Amer­i­can peo­ple. And we are also stand­ing up for the world. That is why Amer­ica will al­ways choose in­de­pen­dence and co­op­er­a­tion over global gov­er­nance, con­trol and dom­i­na­tion. I honor the right of ev­ery na­tion in this room to pur­sue its own cus­toms, be­liefs and tra­di­tions.”

Then, amaz­ingly, in to­tal con­trast with ev­ery pres­i­dent since World War II, he said, “The United States will not tell you how to live or work or wor­ship. We only ask that you honor our sovereignty in re­turn.”

Trump re­jected one in­ter­na­tional or­ga­ni­za­tion, in par­tic­u­lar, cre­ated by the Glob­al­ists to un­der­mine our sovereignty.

“The United States will pro­vide no sup­port in recog­ni­tion to the In­ter­na­tional Crim­i­nal Court. As far as Amer­ica is con­cerned, the ICC has no ju­ris­dic­tion, no le­git­i­macy and no au­thor­ity. The ICC claims near-uni­ver­sal ju­ris­dic­tion over the cit­i­zens of ev­ery coun­try, vi­o­lat­ing all prin­ci­ples of jus­tice, fair­ness and due process.”

He then added what most Pa­tri­ots wanted their gov­ern­ment to say to the United Na­tions since its in­cep­tion.

“We will never sur­ren­der Amer­ica’s sovereignty to an un­elected, un­ac­count­able, global bu­reau­cracy.”

He en­cour­aged other na­tions to pro­tect their sovereignty as well.

“Around the world, re­spon­si­ble na­tions must de­fend against threats to sovereignty not just from global gov­er­nance but also from other new forms of co­er­cion and dom­i­na­tion.”

Imag­ine what the Glob­al­ists in the room thought. The United States had been the lead founder and fun­der. More­over, David Rockefeller do­nated the prop­erty to house the in­fant world gov­ern­ment or­ga­ni­za­tion that, since, in­creas­ingly ab­sorbs con­trol over all na­tions of the earth. The United States is the prin­ci­pal rea­son the United Na­tions ex­ists. All pres­i­dents have sup­ported it. No pres­i­dent has spo­ken this way. Ron­ald Rea­gan alone op­posed its grow­ing power over the sovereignty of na­tions. He re­duced U.S. fund­ing for it from 33 per­cent to 25 per­cent. Pa­tri­ots cheered the Rea­gan move but now want more, which Trump seems ready to give. Most want re­moval from the or­ga­ni­za­tion al­to­gether.

Trump turned to il­le­gal im­mi­gra­tion and hu­man traf­fick­ing as threats to sovereignty as well.

“The United States is also work­ing with part­ners

in Latin Amer­ica to con­front threats to sovereignty from un­con­trolled mi­gra­tion. Tol­er­ance for hu­man strug­gling and hu­man smug­gling and traf­fick­ing is not hu­mane. It’s a hor­ri­ble thing that’s go­ing on, at lev­els that no­body has ever seen be­fore. It’s very, very cruel.”

He ad­dressed the rea­son the United States re­fused to par­tic­i­pate in the new UN Global Com­pact on Mi­gra­tion.

“We rec­og­nize the right of ev­ery na­tion in this room to set its own im­mi­gra­tion pol­icy in ac­cor­dance with its na­tional in­ter­ests, just as we ask other coun­tries to re­spect our own right to do the same — which we are do­ing. That is one rea­son the United States will not par­tic­i­pate in the new Global Com­pact on Mi­gra­tion. Mi­gra­tion should not be gov­erned by an in­ter­na­tional body un­ac­count­able to our own cit­i­zens.”

Fi­nally, he spoke of the foun­da­tion of free­dom as be­ing na­tional sovereignty, which must be pre­served.

“To un­leash this in­cred­i­ble po­ten­tial in our peo­ple, we must de­fend the foun­da­tions that make it all pos­si­ble. Sovereign and in­de­pen­dent na­tions are the only ve­hi­cle where free­dom has ever sur­vived, democ­racy has ever en­dured, or peace has ever pros­pered. And so we must pro­tect our sovereignty and our cher­ished in­de­pen­dence above all.”

Trump ended, “So to­gether, let us choose a fu­ture of pa­tri­o­tism, pros­per­ity and pride. Let us choose peace and free­dom over dom­i­na­tion and de­feat. And let us come here to this place to stand for our peo­ple and their na­tions, for­ever strong, for­ever sovereign….”

The UN, the heart of world gov­ern­ment and glob­al­ism, never had an ad­dress like this de­liv­ered. And it is cer­tainly the most im­por­tant and sig­nif­i­cant ad­dress of 2018!

Harold W. Pease is a syn­di­cated colum­nist and an ex­pert on the United States Con­sti­tu­tion. He has ded­i­cated his ca­reer to study­ing the writ­ings of the Found­ing Fa­thers and ap­ply­ing that knowl­edge to cur­rent events. He taught his­tory and po­lit­i­cal science from this per­spec­tive for more than 30 years at Taft Col­lege. To read more of his weekly ar­ti­cles, visit Lib­er­tyUn­

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