Excerpt below come courtesy Breitbart.com.
On Wednesday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced at the United Nations that her office would be working in several American cities to form what she called the Strong Cities Network (SCN), a law enforcement initiative that would encompass the globe.
This amounts to nothing less than the overriding of American laws, up to and including the United States Constitution, in favor of United Nations laws that would henceforth be implemented in the United States itself – without any consultation of Congress at all.
The United Nations is a sharia-compliant world body, and Obama, speaking there just days ago, insisted that “violent extremism” is not exclusive to Islam (which it is). Obama is redefining jihad terror to include everyone but the jihadists. So will the UN, driven largely by the sharia-enforcing Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and the pro-Islamic post-American President Obama, use a “global police force” to crush counter-jihad forces?
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Concerning? I think so.
Although the article is written with a bit of exaggeration the premise for concern is accurate. An international law enforcement presence in the United States involved the United Nations is unacceptable. We here in the US have a certain perspective on things. Let’s take FREEDOM for example. I suspect that the United Nations may look at freedom a little different from us. We certainly believe in the freedom to bear arms while they believe in gun confiscation.
And there lies the danger. They will assist in targeting violent extremism. Who determines that? Who determines what is “extreme” and what isn’t? Will the United Nations consider members of the Tea Party as extreme? How about members of the NRA? What about people that stockpile food, weapons, and medical supplies?
I don’t believe that anytime soon we are going to have UN troops or sponsored law enforcement rounding people up. It is a piece of the puzzle that will eventually lead to the disintegration of this Republic.
By the way – special thanks to John P. for alerting me about this initiative.