A direct affront to our Second Amendment, the 1961 State Department document entitled Freedom From War: The United States Program for General and Complete Disarmament in a Peaceful World is a call for all nations to disband their armed forces and turnover their military assets and weaponry to the UN, in order to establish a “UN Peace Force.” This “Freedom From War” and “UN Peace Force” proposal remains in effect as it has not been withdrawn.
If that was not troubling enough, another United Nations Agenda aims to rule over and strictly regulate your land, your education, your healthcare, and even your nutrition.
At the 1992 Earth Summit, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the UN unveiled its comprehensive plan for “sustainable development” known as Agenda 21 (renamed Agenda 2030). The program proposes a global regime to monitor, oversee, and strictly regulate the Earth’s oceans, seas, bays, lakes, rivers, streams, beaches, wetlands, rainforests, jungles, grasslands, farmlands, deserts, tundra, mountains, and atmosphere.
It proposes sustainability and development plans for cities, towns, suburbs, and agrarian/rural areas. And it envisions global programs for healthcare, nutrition, agriculture, education, labor, energy, production, and consumption — in short, everything— that follow the objective of “sustainable development.” This agenda affects every person on the planet and every part of the planet. Yet, so few have even heard about the Agenda.
A remarkable, early call for a UN world government is a 1962 report for the U.S. State Department titled A World Effectively Controlled By the United Nations by Lincoln P. Bloomfield (CFR), a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and former State Department official. In his report, Dr. Bloomfield stated: “A world effectively controlled by the United Nations is one in which ‘world government’ would come about through the establishment of supranational institutions, characterized by mandatory universal membership.” He added that a speedier path to UN world government “relies on a grave crisis or war to bring about a sudden transformation in national attitudes sufficient for the purpose.”