Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 13 "Treason in High Places" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 13 "Treason in High Places" Summary and Analysis

The brief Chapter thirteen presents Article VI of the United States Constitution and contrasts it with the charter and treaty of the United Nations. Cooper concludes that the United States has illegally deprived itself of sovereignty through acceptance of the United Nations' charter. President Truman, by signing the U.N. Participation Act of 1945, deliberately attempted to destroy the sovereignty of the United States of America. The Constitution continues to be interpreted into meaninglessness. Any informed citizen should be able to discern that the United Nations' basic premise is in direct conflict to freedom and, furthermore, legally contradicts the Constitution. Cooper urges all readers to reject the United Nations and become politically active to ensure that the United States of America withdraws from the United Nations.

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