The Secular Humanists are committed to World Government, which means ending the United States as a free and sovereign nation. To my mind that is an act of treason. There is no other word for it. In President Andrew Jackson’s famous proclamation against the threatened secession of South Carolina, written in 1828, he said: “Treason is an offense against sovereignty, and sovereignty must reside with the power to punish it.” In other words, for a group of Americans to plot the end of American independence, which our forefathers fought and died to achieve, must be considered an act of treason. And the capture of America's public schools by the secular humanists escalates that act of treason into an act of subversion. Yet that is exactly the stated goal of the Secular Humanists in Humanist Manifesto 2000. It states:
The overriding need of the world community today is to develop a new Planetary Humanism — one that seeks to preserve human rights and enhance human freedom and dignity, but also emphasizes our commitment to humanity as a whole.
In other words, the concern of the U.S. government must now be with humanity as a whole. Although our Constitution was fashioned for Americans, we must now give it up because it is unsuitable for the new world order. The Manifesto continues:
To fulfill our commitment to Planetary Humanism, we propose A Planetary Bill of Rights and Responsibilities, the embodiment of our planetary commitment to the well-being of humanity as a whole.
Forget about nations with their own cultures and destinies. Forget about thousands of years of nationhood. Forget about the exceptional American experience. We must now pledge allegiance to “humanity.”
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