This is not good news, next month the Senate will take up a bill that no president has dared to present to Congress since some idiots in the State Department negotiated it back in 1982. Ronald Reagan was president then, he read the Law Of the Sea Treaty and not all refused to sign it, he fired the State Department team that negotiated it. Yep it’s that bad.
Even his successor George Bush Sr and enough sense not to try and sell it to the American people. He’s the idiot who signed United Nations Agenda 21. The Law Of the Sea Treaty and UN Agenda 21 go hand-in-hand. Either one of them pretty well nixes Constitution of the United States as the supreme law of the land because both treaties surrender considerable amount of our sovereignty to a socialist type government run by the United Nations.
To put it bluntly, embedded in our political class are individuals who believe their power is limited because there is an entire world to dominate, and their power stops the United States Borders. They see themselves as being power brokers in the New World Order, in other words Global Government. Since UN’s agenda’s are laid along socialist lines, many of the politicians who support globalization are progressive Democrats, often with ties to Communist Party USA. However a number of senior Republicans smell opportunity, so they cannot necessarily be trusted either. For example this is former Republican Sen. Trent Lott..
Now the former Senator is a lobbyist who can be bought cheap, in this case it looks like about $110,000 did the trick. Heritage has all the details on financial part of his sellout and the Daily Caller reports:
Lott said that he no longer believes the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea — also known as the Law of the Sea Treaty — would “cede our national sovereignty, both militarily and economically,” as he said five years ago when the issue was last brought before the Senate.
The scary part is Trent Lott still has a lot of friends in the U.S. Senate, his influence is not gone just because he is.. . Richard Luger, another Senate RINO until January, is almost certain to vote against the interests of the American people. His support of the Treaty is one reason he was just voted down in the primary..
Among other things the United States would lose taxing authority for all the fishing and mineral rights in our territorial waters. States like Alaska, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi who depend on revenues oil drilling would lose that source of income. So would the federal government. Don’t understand, and oil would still be taxed by the United Nations who would distribute it to developing countries, several of which sponsor anti-American terrorism. Makes sense, turn your income over to people who are trying to kill you so they can afford better ways to try and kill you.
That said, I’m not sure I’d want to be the guy from the UN who tells the Louisiana Cajun Shrimper and needs a license from the United Nations to earn a living
Taking it a step farther here is part of what Phyllis Schlafly had to say in her Eagle Forum Blog:
The LOST is so bad that it is a puzzlement how anyone who respects American sovereignty could support it with a straight face. LOST would give its own creation, the International Seabed Authority (ISA), the power to regulate seven-tenths of the world’s surface area, a territory greater than the Soviet Union ruled at its zenith.
The LOST would give ISA the power to levy international taxes, one of the essential indicia of sovereignty. This ISA power is artfully concealed behind direct U.S. assessments and fees paid by corporations, but the proper word is taxes.
The LOST would give ISA the power to regulate ocean research and exploration. The LOST would give ISA the power to impose production quotas for deep-sea mining and oil production.
The LOST would give ISA the power to create a multinational court system and to enforce its judgments. The ISA courts would have even wider jurisdiction than the International Criminal Court (to which, fortunately, we do not belong) or the World Trade Organization (which has ruled against the United States a dozen times and forced us to change our tax laws and import duties).
There is no guarantee that the United States would even be represented on the ISA tribunals.
The opportunity Phyllis Schlafly is talking about, is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for a real strong conservative Republican to become a leader and convince Senate Republicans to laugh the Treaty off the floor of the Senate. Should the leader emerge she believes he will be a hero to most Americans, and probably be on his way to the White House.
If the treaty passes, instead of American environmentalists worried about seeing American oil rigs off the coast of Florida, the be able look at Castro’s oil rigs off the coast of Florida. That should work well, unfortunately most environmentalist are not looking at that aspect. They believe the United Nations can do a better job of governing our waters than we can
Watch these video’s
Well, if you watched last video. Dick Morris say that we have to stay in touch with our senators to get them to vote against LOST, or we will be LOST.
One third of the Senate is up for reelection, it takes two thirds of the Senate to ratify a treaty. If the Republicans are reminded regularly that the American people would consider ratification of LOST almost treasonous, most will vote against. There are a disproportionate number of Senate Democrats running for reelection this cycle. They need to have the hell scared out of them by a constant barrage of emails reminding them about November.
In November we need to make sure as many House and Senate Globalists as possible are LOST from the American political system forever, That includes the one in the White House.
- Traitor? Trent Lott explains support for treaty he once said would create ‘UN on steroids’ (sgtreport.com)
- The Creature From the Ocean’s Floor – the Law of the Sea Treaty (ppjg.me)
- Ratifying This Misrepresented Sea Treaty Would Cause Our Sovereignty To Be LOST (givemeliberty01.wordpress.com)
- Frank J. Gaffney Jr.: False-flag operation on LOST (junkscience.com)
- TRENT LOTT AND RICHARD LUGAR ARE “LOST”: My jaw dropped open on this one. Apparently former Repu… (pjmedia.com)
- Former Senator Trent Lott Lobbies for U.N. Treaty He Vehemently Opposed (heritage.org)
- TRENT LOTT SELLS OUT: On global regs, revolving door turns Lott around. “Trent Lott used to oppose… (pjmedia.com)
- Defense Secretary Panetta favors United Nations oversight of world oceans (humanevents.com)
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