Our Founding Fathers firmly believed that God gave them divine inspiration in formulating our founding documents, including the Constitution. To turn to the laws and statutes of foreign nations would have been tantamount to treason at a time when so many sacrificed so much to secure our independence and freedom.
If someone or some other nation were to try to subvert our government, are we not obligated to stand up and let the rest of the country know about it? To remain silent of such a subversion would make us as equally guilty of treachery as those attempting the subversion. At least, that is how Patrick Henry felt when he said:
Should I keep back my opinions at such a time, through fear of giving offense, I should consider myself as guilty of treason towards my country, and of an act of disloyalty toward the Majesty of Heaven, which I revere above all earthly kings.
These days, we have repeated acts of subversion taking place within our nation and we cannot remain silent about it any longer.
Back on May 17, 2010, the United States Supreme Court rendered its decision in the Graham v. Florida case. In that decision, the majority of the Court cited a 1989 United Nations Treaty that was NEVER approved of or agreed to, by the United States, as the part of the basis for their ruling.
In doing so, the Supreme Court was using foreign laws to define our own Constitution. Does this constitute Treason as defined by the Constitution? In order to make a determination, we would have to examine the source of the foreign laws and their intentions towards the United States of America.
The source of the international treaty was the United Nations.
Their intentions towards the United States are hostile to everything our Founding Fathers stood for and wrote into our governing documents.
Proof of their hostile intentions:
- The United Nations is pressuring the United States to subvert our First Amendment right to free speech with their hate speech laws. These laws go so far as define hate speech as preaching the Word of God if it offends someone by revealing their sinful behavior.
- The United Nations is pressuring the United States to subvert the Second Amendment right to bear arms with their Small Arms Treaty. The purpose of this treaty, and others like it, is to limit and restrict our right to bear most of the sporting and hunting firearms. Incidentally, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has signed this treaty for the United States.
- The United Nations has been pressuring the United States to have its military serve and swear allegiance to the United Nations instead of their allegiance to the United States. This has been evidenced with the U.S. military serving under the U.N. peace keeping forces and wearing U.N. insignias on their uniforms.