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Essay | An Examination of the United States' Future Involvement with the United Nations

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An Examination of the United States' Future Involvement with the United Nations

Summary: Outlines an argument in support of the United States ending its involvement with the United Nations. Examines the United Nations success as a world body. Disputes its role as a peacekeeping institution.
1. The U.N. is Anti-American & is founded by communists

A. Ignore many principles the forefathers of our country believed in

B. Have restrictions on freedom of speech, right to keep & bear arms, freedoms of press. Association, and religion

C. 16 U.S. officials who helped set up U.N. were secretly communists

2. U.N. is seeking a World Government & control of everything

A. U.N. is trying to disguise it by creating an environmental program so they can have more officials

3. In 1994 U.N. approved a 20 year $17 billion dollar plan to stabilize the world's population

A. U.N. encourages abortion, sterilization, & controlled human breeding

4. U.N. is building an army to enforce its will

A. Since 1961 there has been a policy that U.S. is to be disarmed and a U.N. army is to be created

B. U...

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