Sunday, October 14, 2007

LOST-How to give away your own country

LOST is back and I'm not referring to some insipid tv program.
For those of you who don't know LOST is the Laws of the Sea Treaty that has once again reared it's ugly head in the US senate.
This time sponsored by Democratic presidential candidate Senator Joe Biden and pushed by President Bush in order to further undermine our sovereignty and push us even further into the globalist agenda.
LOST is the globalists' dream bill. It would put the United States in a de facto world government that rules all the world's oceans under the pretense that they belong to "the common heritage of mankind." That's global-speak for allowing the United Nations and its affiliated organizations to carry out a massive, unprecedented redistribution of wealth from the United States to other countries.
LOST has already created the International Seabed Authority (ISA) and given it total jurisdiction over all the oceans and everything in them, including "solid, liquid or gaseous mineral resources." LOST even gives the ISA something the UN bureaucrats have lusted after for years: the authority to impose international taxes (disguised by euphemisms such as fees and royalties).
The best protection for U.S. interests in the world's oceans is the U.S. Navy, which should not and must not be subject to orders or regulations made by paper pushers in the ISA or rulings of the International Tribunal. U.S. access to the high seas, as well as freedom of the seas for all countries, is best protected by a great U.S. Navy, not a UN bureaucracy financed by a global tax.

It is critical that you call or email your senators and demand they reject this latest LOSS of sovereignty that our globalist elected officals seem hell bent on subjecting us to before it's too late to save our country.

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