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The UDHR is a collectivist manifesto which leaves little room for individualism. Man exists for the State.
The UDHR does not protect the Second Amendment, the right to form militias, trial by jury, a speedy trial, right to confront accusers, et al.
The U.N.’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is being taught in New York schools and it is being held up as the standard.
The assignment included below is from Engage NY and was given out in a Long Island district this week The parent of the student who received this assignment can’t remember her child learning about the U.S. Bill of Rights.
New York is steeped in Common Core, which can easily become a vehicle to indoctrinate every school child in the United States in what is the global ethical religion of human rights. The UDHR is the long-sought ideal of liberal progressives.
The U.N. is a socialist body and they are not our friends. They want our wealth and our resources and the best way to do it is to bring us into their global village.
Jim Kelly of the Solidarity Center for Law and Justice said: “Since the 1948 adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations has developed a common core of international human rights principles, policies, and practices that constitutes a global ethical religion. Through the Common Core State Standards Initiative (“CCSSI”), with the co-operation of state governors, President Barack Obama and the U.S. Department of Education, the UN human rights common core is being used to indoctrinate impressionable k-12 students and fundamentally transform America.”
The UDHR cannot co-exist with our Bill of Rights. Our Bill of Rights protects individual rights while the UDHR mandates all rights as collectively held with individual rights ceding to the common good.
The end result of the numerous rights in the UDHR must be redistribution of all property and goods with government in control because there is no other way to meet the goals.
This was recorded in 2008.
British Intelligence Advisor Barrister Michael Shrimpton reported Obama’s purported mom was not pregnant in 1961 and that Obama was born in Kenya in 1960. He said Kenya was under British intelligence files and that Obama’s father ran guns for the Mau Mau. He then dropped a bombshell claiming the CIA did covert DNA testing on Obama at a fundraising dinner and the test came back with no match to the claimed grandparents. Shrimpton said Rudy Giuliani’s people knew and sat on the intelligence and further stated he spoke with Hillary Clinton’s people and that they were quite interested.
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Despite the surge in “seasonally-adjusted new home sales”, un-seasonally-adjusted mortgage applications tumbled 8.5% this week, the biggest drop in 3 months as the modest January bounce has been almost entirely unwound. This pushes the broad MBA mortgage applications index down to near its lowest in 14 years. However, the home-purchase index continues to collapse. Purchase applications are down 30% from their May highs plunging in the last few weeks to their lowest level since 1995. Must be the weather, eh? Or is it like Bob Shiller warned yesterday, the unwind of “bubble thinking,” especially as “gains are slowing from month-to-month and the strongest part of the recovery in home values may be over.”
Drawing a line from the patriotism of Nathan Hale in the Revolution to the tea party roots of rage against out-of-control federal spending, Dr. Ben Carson warned that America’s position as the anchor of the global currency market is being threatened by irresponsibility in Washington that raises the specter of the United States becoming a “Third World nation.”
The White House threatened to veto a House bill that would block the Internal Revenue Service from issuing a rule that would narrow the definition of who qualifies for a 501(c)(4) exemption as a social welfare organization.
Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp’s (R-Mich.) Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act, which was in the Rules Committee on Tuesday evening, would freeze the finalization of the rule for one year and restore the 501(c)(4) standards and definitions that were in place before conservative groups started to come under extra scrutiny in 2010.
Shortly after the Rules Committee meeting began, the Office of Management and Budget issued a statement warning that the administration “strongly opposes” the bill, which has 66 co-sponsors.
“Under current law, organizations qualify as tax-exempt organizations ‘operated exclusively for the promotion of social welfare’ if they are primarily engaged in promoting in some way the common good and general welfare of the people. The relevant Treasury and IRS rules have been in place since 1959 and are broadly recognized as unclear,” the OMB said in the veto threat. “The proposed legislation would prevent any revisions or clarifications to those rules. Thus, it could prevent the IRS from administering the tax code more effectively and from providing greater clarity to organizations seeking tax-exempt status.”
The horror of National Socialism is so profound and universally acknowledged that comparing our current political and social climate with the rise of the Nazis is sometimes too often and too easily done. The radical left four decades ago observed that Hitler called for “Law and Order,” just as conservatives were doing then. Conservatives have noted that the rise of paganism in American culture and the deconstruction of moral values pushed by the left hearken back to another grim legacy of Nazism.
There are, however, some chilling suggestions in politics and government today that draw memories of the last days of that failed German republic. Consider two of the most notorious changes in the German nation as it moved from Weimar Germany to Nazi Germany: the destruction of the sovereignty of state governments and the replacement of the national legislature with unchecked executive power.
The Georgia Senate passed Senate Bill 167 today by a vote of 34-16. Sponsored by Sen. William Ligon (R – Brunswick), this legislation provides an approach for withdrawing from the national education standards known as “Common Core” and specifies new protections for student privacy.
“Passage of this bill today represents the hard work of many people over the course of two years. This bill is the first major piece of legislation that has passed anywhere in the nation that has allowed the voice of the people to clearly say that national standards are unacceptable,” stated Sen. Ligon. “This bill draws the line in the sand that Georgia will no longer be bound by national standards or the testing of national standards or be obligated to special interests. The people of Georgia, through this legislation, finally can begin to reclaim their educational sovereignty over what their children are taught in public schools. Georgia citizens should never again be shut out of the process as they were when the Common Core was ushered into this state.”
“I want to thank the many citizens across Georgia and people in leadership who have been willing to come to the table and work with me on this legislation. There is quite a long list of people, but I personally am indebted to my friend, Sen. Lindsey Tippins, the Senate Education Chairman, who has stood with me the entire way. I appreciate Governor Nathan Deal and Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, along with their staff, who have reached out to me and were willing to offer assistance with the bill. I also appreciate House leadership working on the bill in advance and look forward to it being passed in the House of Representatives.”