Monthly Archives: August 2011

UN Agenda: United Nations Condemns Israel Again and Again

Between 2006 and 2010, The United Nations Human Rights Commission condemned Israel in 20 of its 25 resolutions. (Myanmar 4 times, North Korea 1 time) Advertisements

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September 11, 1609: Town Criers Announce Order Expelling Muslims from Spain

Royal legislation concerning the Moriscos was dictated at every stage by the Church. Juan de Ribera (1542-1611), the aging Archbishop of Valencia, who had initially been a firm believer in the efficacy of missionary work, became in his declining years … Continue reading

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How much does it cost? Loop-Holes in Tax Code Pick Winners and Losers

The nontaxation of life insurance inside buildup will cost $22.6 billion in fiscal year 2012, and a combined $129 billion over 2012-2016. Why subsidize life insurance through the tax code? Life insurance receives favorable tax treatment principally because of the … Continue reading

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United Nations Agenda 21 and the Bangkok 2020 Declaration

Transport as a theme under Agenda 21 on sustainable development: U.N. goals to reach by 2020 in Asia: (Do you think the U.N. may have the same goals in mind for the rest of the world?) Goal 1: Formally integrate … Continue reading

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U.N. Agenda 21: Miami 21 is more than a way to manage and guide growth.

The central governments of the U.S.S.R. and China built huge “walkable” cities to bestow free housing on their populations, yet everyone who lived there did not thrive; they only dreamed of moving as far away as possible, even to another … Continue reading

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Quotes of Presidents Devoted to New World Order

George H.W. Bush: “It is the sacred principles enshrined in the UN Charter to which we will henceforth pledge our allegiance.” (The war in Iraq is] a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these … Continue reading

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Presidents Council on Sustainable Development: U.S. must Lead at Home and Abroad to Implement Agenda 21

The Council examined how international private capital flows affect sustainable development, particularly investments in developing countries. The Council concluded that: The United States must use its leadership role to help chart a path towards sustainable development both at home and … Continue reading

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