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American Sovereignty in Grave Peril

January 31, 2009
Ron Ewart

sovereignty_in_perilThe danger signs are everywhere. American sovereignty is eroding right before our very eyes. The World Economic Forum (WEF) just held a recent summit meeting in Davos, Switzerland and there was much gnashing of teeth over the world financial meltdown, finger pointing as to who or what was the cause and a whole bunch of talk on what to do about it. From the WEF website: “Four leaders of G20 governments agreed that global cooperation, not a retreat from globalization, is the approach for solving the current economic crisis. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, President Felipe Calderon of Mexico, South African Prime Minister Kgalema Motlanthe and Han Seung-Soo, Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea, called for coordinated action on a number of fronts, including fiscal and monetary policy measures to stabilize the global financial system.”

Then of course Al Gore was pontificating again about fully debunked man-caused global warming. From the WEF website: “With the international community under pressure to deliver a successor to the Kyoto Protocol, the ‘Road to Copenhagen’ initiative is now more vital than ever. Panelists emphasized the importance of delivering an agreement that has the full support of policy-makers and industry leaders from both industrialized and developing economies. Al Gore, Vice-President of the United States of America (1993-2001), said ‘….. what is most important is that this year is not wasted. We are running out of time.'”

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