From the Publisher
It wasn't meant to be this way. Harry Truman and Winston Churchill envisioned the United Nations as an organization that would serve the nations of the world and provide them with a forum to communicate with one another. But that was before the globalists got their hands on it...
Praised by former Congressman Bob Barr on his radio show and hailed as "riveting" by Their Lives author Candice E. Jackson, "Global Deception: The UN's Stealth Assault on America's Freedom" exposes how Kofi Annan, George Soros, and left-wing special interest groups have perverted the UN's original mission in an effort to use it as a launching pad for global government.
Using their own words and speeches, author Joe Klein shows how Annan and his fellow globalists have succeeded in advancing their outrageous agenda to regulate behavior and redistribute property. Read "Global Deception" and you will be amazed by:
- The plot to turn the Earth Charter - "a set of "environmental commandments" written by a billionaire industrialist and housed in a replica of the Ark of the Covenant - into international law.
- The detailed plan that Kofi Annan and Jacques Chirac have developed to tax Internet usage in order to pay for the UN's budget. A tax on every click and e-mail may not be far away.
- The influence the UN has granted to an anti-gun group funded by Soros and a number of liberal foundations to set in motion events designed to ultimately force the U.S. to outlaw all civilian firearms.
The only defense standing in the way of the globalist's agenda, writes Klein, is the U.S. Constitution - but with activist judges packing our courts who now consistently invoke international law, even the cornerstone of American liberty may be imperiled. Can Kofi Annan and the globalists be stopped? Order "Global Deception" today to learn if the United Nations - much less the United States - can be saved.
About the Author
Joe Klein received his J.D. degree with honors from Harvard Law School where he studied Constitutional law with the late Professor Archibald Cox. A one-time believer in the UN's 'mission' but now thoroughly disillusioned, Klein's book speaks to the dangerous path of global governance the world organization is taking and how it threatens America's precious Constitutional liberties.