Secretary Of Defense Pushes One World Government

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Editor:

Don’t you think it’s time for Americans to give up their freedom?

Wouldn’t subjection under the UN’s 193 mainly anti-American nations — in other words, one world government — be preferable to self-government?

If you were ever accused of a crime, wouldn’t you rather be shipped off to Iran, Mexico, Cuba, Pakistan or China to receive sentencing, confinement, and possible death, instead of being allowed to be charged in America where you have access to a lawyer, a trial/jury, all without indefinite detainment?

Evidently our Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta leans heavily toward one world government. He recently stressed the need to get “international permission” for a military campaign against Syria. When Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), who was heading a hearing on the subject, asked if Panetta expected to do this without congressional approval, Panetta skirted the question by saying, “Again, our goal would be to seek international permission ... whether or not we would want to get permission from the Congress, I think those are issues I think we would have to discuss ...”

From this and Panetta’s previous position on putting U.S. oceans under the UN, we see Panetta’s worldview, which is “international permission trumps Congress.”

Do we, the people, want our officials to be pushing one world government, or do we want them to be protecting our sovereignty? One world government means having a dictatorship, which has been the goal of our enemies for years. A sovereign country is one that has the “power to govern without external control, one that has supremacy in rule or power.”

The Constitution of the United States of America, Article I, Section 8 states that Congress shall have the power to declare war. To reiterate: According to the Constitution, war can only be declared by the large representative 535-member Congress, not by the whims of two people, an appointed secretary of defense and a president.

Arden Druce

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