'Global Governance advocates focus less on countries like Iran, Cuba, and North Korea than on the United States'. Concerning United Nations bodies, Bolton points out that these United Nations bodies that Fonte talks about, "seek to exploit both international law and domestic U.S. law to limit, constrain, and intimidate the United States and its political and military leaders from robustly defending our national interests abroad ...By threatening U.S. officials with prosecution for alleged war crimes or human rights abuses, asserting jurisdiction over them when they travel abroad, for example, the globalistas seek to impose their version of international law over our own constitutional authorities".
Will the U.N. Shut Down Kingscalendar and Magic City Morning Star News?
Note This is an old article and I have removed some/all links. Nevertheless with title and author an internet search can find a copy. I don't have the time to do that for every link.
United Nations One World Governance
OK - so I used a little literary licence with that title, but in actual fact, if the United Nations gets its way, some of the writers at Magic City Morning Star News (including myself) could well be blocked from publishing their material on line.
A few days ago at 'The Hill - Global Affairs Blog' Brendan Sasso published an article entitled: House to examine plan for United Nations to regulate the Internet in which he pointed out that House lawmakers will consider an international proposal next week to give the United Nations more control over the Internet. He points out that 'the proposal is backed by China, Russia, Brazil, India and other UN members, and would give the UN's International Telecommunication Union (ITU) more control over the governance of the Internet'. He quotes Larry Strickling, the head of the Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration who said that "the measure would expose the Internet to 'top-down regulation' where it's really the governments that are at the table, but the rest of the stakeholders aren't." Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) also criticized the proposal earlier this month saying that China and Russia are "not exactly bastions of Internet freedom."
The proposal could come up as early as December this year, and it is something of which we all need to be both aware and wary.
I live in The People's Republic of China where 'Facebook' is no longer allowed, and, from what I have been told, my 'SKYPE' ability which came with my new computer may soon be nullified. When a country can 'turn on or off' the internet to suit its 'Socio-Political' agenda, the people are not really 'free'. But this proposal is not about 'A Country', it is about the United Nations.
In 'Against the globalistas', John R. Bolton's review (published May 14, 2012) of John Fonte's latest work: 'Sovereignty or Submission : Will Americans Rule Themselves or Be Ruled by Others?' (at amazon) it is stated that "numerous U.N. bodies (such as the United Nations Human Rights Council) have been used to criticize and harass the United States in recent years".
The issue under debate in the article is that of global-governance, an issue at the heart of Tom DeWeese's writing at Magic City Morning Star News on Agenda 21.
Bolton's Review points out that 'global governance advocates focus less on countries like Iran, Cuba, and North Korea than on the United States' and the reason is that "The United States is the main threat to global governance, with its antiquated attachment to its Constitution rather than to multilateral human rights treaties and institutions."
One statement he makes about the American people could be equally applied to the issue of United Nations control of the Internet as it is to the issue of global- governance:
Since most Americans already believe they have too little control over government, the notion of giving up any authority to unfamiliar peoples and governments whose tangible interests likely bear little relation to our own is decidedly unappealing.
Concerning United Nations bodies, Bolton points out that these United Nations bodies that Fonte talks about, "seek to exploit both international law and domestic U.S. law to limit, constrain, and intimidate the United States and its political and military leaders from robustly defending our national interests abroad ...By threatening U.S. officials with prosecution for alleged war crimes or human rights abuses, asserting jurisdiction over them when they travel abroad, for example, the globalistas seek to impose their version of international law over our own constitutional authorities".
It might be hip or politically correct to be condescending toward 'conspiracy theorists' and 'doomsdayers', but these two recent articles ought to be enough to scare the pants off of any average citizen.
As I said, I live in Communist China and love it here and I do believe that there is a lot to be said for some of the internet and media policy enforced by the government here, but if I want to get free of it I can always go home. If the United Nations gets its way, going home might not make any difference, and when it comes to the internet, if the United Nations decided to get it's knickers in a knot about anything I may have inadvertantly said on purpose that did not reflect well on the United nations, then they could just 'pull the plug on me' so to speak.
Come on now! Don't be mean! Supporting the United Nations proposal just to shut me up is hardly justifiable.
And now for the Latest News from the United Nations:
Improbable as it seems, the Zimbabwean president, who is widely accused of ethnic cleansing, rigging elections, terrorising opposition, controlling media and presiding over a collapsed economy, has been endorsed as a champion of efforts to boost global holidaymaking.
And the Latest news is:United Nations wants control of web kill switch Couriermail.com.au Nov 12 2012
During my 10 years living in China I have come to see how little we westerners really appreciate our freedoms, and how little we understand the real world. Daily people are selling out their freedoms for some immediate gain, little realizing the end consequences of their actions. Social media sites being used for malicious purposes help justify the call from total internet control. Hackers having 'fun' showing how brilliant they are, are justifying this call for total UN control. Political Correctness activist thugs justify this call for total control of internet. There is a solid credible reasoning behind the call for control. The problem is that behind all credible calls by various activist agendas lies a desire for POWER. Unless people see this, not only in this internet issue, but in all issues, they will end up willingly giving full control of their lives to totalitarian power groups. The people of China want openess and transparency. UN control of the internet will crush their will and ours. Those who stand by and neither do nor say anything are silent soldiers of totalitarianism.
Since 2004 he has been writing academic articles, social commentaries and photographic 'Stories from China' both here at KingsCalendar, and formerly as a contributing columnist at Magic City Morning Star News (Maine USA) where from 2009 to 2015 he was Stand-in Editor. He currently has a column at iPatriot.com and teaches English to Business English and Flight Attendant College Students in Suzhou City Jiangsu Province People's Republic of China.)
BenDedek originally created the site to publicize his research results into the Chronology of Ancient Israel. Those results were published under the title: 'The King's Calendar: The Secret of Qumran.' Whilst there have been many attempts to solve the chronological riddle of the Bible's synchronisms of reigns of the kings of Israel and Judah and their synchronism with other Ancient Near Eastern Nations, no other research is based on a simple mathematical formula which could, if it is incorrect, be disproved easily. To date, no one has been able to dismiss the mathematical results of this research.
Free to air Academic articles set forth Apologetics for and results of his discovery of an "artificial chronological scheme" running through the Bible, Josephus, the Damascus Documents of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Seder Olam Rabbah. Check the Chapter Precis Page to see details of each chapter and to gain access to the Four Free to Air Chapters
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Definition: King's Calendar Chronological Research
The Premise: Between the 5th and 3rd centuries BCE (but continuing down to at least 104 BCE), Sectarian redactors transcribed the legitimate 'solar year' chronological records of Israel and Judah, into an artificial form, with listed years as each comprised of 12 months of 4 weeks of 7 days, or 336 days per year, thus creating a 13th artificial year where 12 solar years existed.
When the Synchronous Chronological Data provided in the Books of Kings and Chronicles for the Divided Kingdom Period are measured in years of 336 days, the synchronisms actually align. [Refer to Appendix 5. to see how it synchronises the Divided Kingdom Period]