For nearly 60 years, the
United Nations has marched relentlessly towards its
vision of a socialistic, one-world government, all the
while being financed by U.S. taxpayers.
As you probably know, this organization's latest attempt
to destroy the sovereignty of the United States came in
the form of the new International Criminal Court, which
would allow them to prosecute American soldiers for
acting in military actions not first approved by the
U.N. (such as our action in Granada, for instance). And
while Bill Clinton signed this treaty just before
leaving office, President Bush has thankfully rejected
this treaty and the give-away of our basic civil
But it's not enough. No matter what we do, the U.N.
continues its attacks on U.S. sovereignty, while we
continue to pay their bills. It's time to put a STOP to
Finally, we have a chance to do just that!
Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX), a stalwart defender of
American sovereignty and liberty, has introduced H.R.
1146, The American Sovereignty Restoration Act. This
bill would repeal the United Nations Participation Act
of 1945 and other specified related laws. If passed, it
would direct the President to terminate U.S.
participation in the United Nations, including any
organ, specialized agency, commission, or other
affiliated body. It would also require the closure of
the U.S. Mission to the U.N.
H.R. 1146 would also PROHIBIT (1) the authorization of
funds for the U.S. assessed or voluntary contribution to
the U.N.; (2) the authorization of funds for any U.S.
contribution to any U.N. military operation; and (3) the
expenditure of funds to support the participation of
U.S. armed forces as part of any U.N. military or
peacekeeping operation. Finally, H.R. 1146 would bar
U.S. armed forces from serving under U.N. command.
Sounds GREAT, right? There's just one hitch...
...This bill, with 12 co-sponsors (both Democrat and
Republican), is *stuck* in the International Relations
That's where you come in.
Make your voice heard by e-mailing the International
Relations committee at the following address. They
need to know that Americans will not stand for the
attacks on their national sovereignty by the
self-elected United Nations.
Committee on International Relations
2170 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-5021