SOPA and PIPA just the tip of the iceberg

Please note: I am attempting to keep neutral bias. Unfortunatly It is unavoidable.

It seems that after the SOPA and PIPA debaucle, we as an internet community have let down our guard yet again. The UN is a determined organization representing a 193 countries who would like nothing more than to have more power. The UN has never followed its primary objective as a mediator to prevent a world war. Instead it has continously tried to expand its influence to shape a global government, but has never had the bite to enforce policies to that end.




The first hyperlink displays a copy of the United Nations newest endeavor: A Global tax list. Its title is sinisterly benign though: "World Economic and Social Survey 2012: In Search of New Development Finance".

The very first page, in the last paragraph it states:

"It confirms the potential of innovative development financing, but concludes that realizing this potential will require new types of international agreements and changes in global governance."

The second hyperlink: A United Nations agency will be monitoring the 2012 American Presidential election polling booths to determine whether there is a systematic effort to supress minority voters. According to the source, they will be sending member from 30 countries to monitor and report their findings. It seems odd that they would involve themselves in the affairs of a democratic countries election cycle, does it not?

In the third link: A UN agency called the international Telecomunications Union, which monitors radio spectrum and satellite orbits met at 2012 World conference on International Telecomunications in Dubai (WCIT-12), considered expanding its purview to the Internet.

This dilema is compounded with President obama's executive order:"Assignment of National Security and Emergency Preparedness Communications Functions; signed in July 2012.

A link showing the document on the White House Website.

And finally on a wikipedia article under Foreign Policy : On September 24, 2009, President Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to preside over a meeting of the United Nations Security Council. This presents a problem when considering a section of our constitution in which it clearly states.

Article 1 – The Legislative Branch
To wit: Section 9 of the Constitution says:
[No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State.]


***EDIT(12:59am- the next day): Concerning the UN's World Economic and Social Survey 2012: In Search of New Development Finance

The world’s current “exclusive economic zones” extend 200 miles offshore — meaning that the U.N. is suggesting that it collect royalties on mineral wealth on half the “exclusive” territory, which it refers to in the report as part of the “global commons.” 

For most nations, excluding the U.S., those 200 mile zones were established by the U.N.-sponsored Law of the Sea Treaty, known as LOST, which came into force in 1994 after it was signed and ratified by 162 countries. (The U.S. signed but has not ratified LOST; its 200-mile “exclusive economic zone” was established by presidential decree.)

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Food for thought, MegaDove.