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Joan Veon - a MUST read website
« on: January 03, 2007, 03:47 PM NHFT »

Joan is an 'insider' to the shenanigans that are going on in the UN conferences, where more and more rules and policies are being made and enforced outside the individual governments of each nation.

"In 1992, the United Nations began a series of mega-conferences that today are changing the values of society, property rights, where a person can live, what he can be and do and even believe.  At the United Nations Conference on the Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, the countries of the world shifted the order of life systems when they declared that the earth had dominance over man.   A key philosophical tenant of this belief is sustainable development that says that there are too many people in the world and the United Nations is basically the only global organization in the world to monitor and control the world?s resources.  The Group of Seven felt so strongly about this conference that they set precedence by requiring attendance by each president and prime minister.
In 1994, the trade borders of America came down with the passage of the 2500 page North American Free Trade Agreement that basically declared open borders between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.  In addition, the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs was passed which then became on January 1, 1995, the World Trade Organization.  The goal of this 27,000 page document is to eventually drop all of the borders in the world so that the small and medium businessman and farmer in the U.S. will now compete with their counterparts not around the corner, but in Vietnam, Columbia, China, Nigeria, Uganda, etc."
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