Illegal Migration is a UN Mandate-updated
Illegal Migration is a Right!
AS GLOBAL CITIZENS
Charles J. Hunsinger
On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights the full text of which appears in the following pages. Following this historic act the Assembly called upon all Member countries to publicize the text of the Declaration and "to cause it to be disseminated, displayed, read and expounded principally in schools and other educational institutions, without distinction based on the political status of countries or territories."
On December 10, 1948 the United States of America relinquished its authority to govern the people of the United States in accordance with the constraints of the US Constitution and turned over that governance to the United Nations and to the precepts contained within the United Nations Charter and to those principles of governance contained within the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. As you will note in the above Preamble, which was pasted from the Declaration; the principles of governance set forth in the Declaration are inclusive of the United States. This Declaration is not an ambiguous, altruistic or futuristic sentiment; it is a binding international treaty, properly documented and signed by the President of the United States. It was during the Presidency of Dwight Eisenhower that the then Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, determined, for the United States that such treaties overrode or took supremacy over the Constitution nullifying the Bill of Rights. The enclosed quote is a Dulles summation of that thinking. I would suggest the reading of, ‘Treaties and the Constitution’ by George C. Detweiler. Easily found on the internet. I was unable to make the link.
"treaty law can override the Constitution. Treaties, for example … can cut across the rights given the people by their constitutional Bill of Rights."
As one reads through the UN Charter and the Declaration it becomes obvious that a transition from the Bill of Rights, the right and the freedom to achieve to a right to every thing the government wants to give you has become a reality. And in that reality ‘your right’ to everything is defined and controlled by the State. Your right to achieve however is also based upon the needs and definitions of the State.
The Declaration makes no distinction between the citizens of one nation, as opposed to another. All people, no matter what nation of birth are citizens of a global society protected and identified, if you will, by the Charter and the Declaration. No nation, including the United States is recognized, as a sovereign state. Is it no wonder then that our borders are left, essentially open and unprotected, to those who would venture across. There is only a token of protection at our borders; designed only to placate those who would defend America.
The following is an excerpt from the Universal United Nations Declaration on Human Rights. Article 13 (1), states that every human being on the planet earth, that is what is meant by Universal, has the right of free and unobstructed movement within each and every state. The word state refers to what used to be sovereign nations, such as the United States. Article 13 (2) states that humanity can, at will, move into the US or any other country and exploit and drain the resources of that nation and that people. Section (2) also states that, for this Universal migrant, citizenship is not required, nor even suggested. This, in itself, is devastating for a nation, as we are seeing. The illegal’s and too many legal immigrants are refusing to accept the history, culture and traditions of this nation, as their own. This refusal of America is compounded by our government, federal, state and local that legislate law to enhance and promote that denial of America. Corporations that are mandated by something called The Global Compact further facilitate the UN Treaty by the introduction of the Spanish language into our culture, thus causing greater division and an anti-melting pot environment. The Global Compact, once signed by the corporation, compels it to spend its resources to promote the objectives, Marxist, as they are, of the United Nations. Such corporations, which are all major and semi major corporations are now, as is the government of the United States, under the direct control of the United Nations.
The mandate of the UN is to promote a smoke screen, an atmosphere of tolerance, multi-culturalism and diversity, which pits segments of society against each other in a struggle for dominance and superiority. The effect of this is the destruction of that which is America, the endearment of our history, our values, our ethic, our traditions and our heritage. Globalization requires the demise of America.
· (1) Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state.
· (2) Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.