Is the U.S. Being Colonized By Red China?

For the past few decades the Communist regime of China has been driving toward world supremacy, both economically and militarily. The regime’s main target has been, and is, the United States of America. China’s plan to grab power has been clever and unprecedented, seeking victory without firing a shot, reducing its targets to mere frogs in a boiling pot. Pundits and politicians alike, when excusing their strategic dealings with China, are quick to remind their audiences that today’s China is a “centuries old civilization” rich in tradition and ancient religious discipline. A Confucian civilization that is still upset over wrongdoings during the European colonization period. Such a view is wrong. The China we are confronted with today is nothing like that pre-nineteenth century nation. Since the reign of Mao Tse-tung began in 1949, Communist China, much to the dismay, torture, and death of its own citizens, has been governed by ...
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Major New Weapon in the Fight Against the UN

Immediate Action Needed To Drive Home A Victory! Those who are working to enforce Agenda21 operate from a three-pronged attack; Social Justice, which dictates that ―community‖ needs take precedent over ―individual‖ wants; Public/Private Partnerships, a dangerous melding of private corporations with government resulting in government-sanctioned monopolies; and Environmental control, which translates into the proposition that all actions by man lead to environmental Armageddon and therefore must be tightly regulated by a central force of power. One major target in the crosshairs of this attack is private property ownership and control by individuals. Across the nation reports are pouring in of government land grabs that lock away private land in the name of protecting a sucker fish, or a spotted owl, or a historic site. The results are destroyed industries such as timber, ranching or mining. Valuable and desperately needed natural resources are put out of reach for use. Much closer ...
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An Effective Campaign to Eradicate Poverty

There are many efforts underway to focus attention on world poverty. In a world of massive government spending that is supposed to be used to help the poor (at least that is the popular excuse), the statistics on global poverty are staggering. According to the United Nation’s Millennium Project, there are currently 1.2 billion people living in poverty. 50,000 deaths per day occur worldwide as a result of poverty. Every year more than 10 million children die of hunger and preventable diseases. More than half of the world’s population lives on less than $2 per day and 800 million people go to bed hungry every night. To combat the situation, there are massive efforts underway, from churches, to charitable organizations, to local, state, federal and international government programs designed to eradicate poverty. Billions of dollars in foreign aid have been distributed to countries around the world to help feed the ...
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APC’s Efforts to Expose ICLEI Having an Impact

Over the past several months, the American Policy Center (APC) has mailed more than 100,000 “Remove ICLEI, Restore the Republic Survey” to Americans across the nation. The mail package contained not only the Survey, but also a detailed report on Sustainable Development and how ICLEI (International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives) is being paid dues by local communities to impose this UN Agenda 21 policy. ICLEI is now operating in more than 600 American cities – mostly in relative secrecy. More cities are being pressured to give ICLEI control of development policy making. In most cases that includes creating non-elected boards, councils and regional governments answerable to no one. City Councils and County Commissions, which should be answerable to the people, are now able to defer decision making to these non-elected bureaucrats, leaving the people without the ability to question or overturn policy. It’s the definition of a perfect“Soviet.”Yet most ...
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“Globally-Acceptable Truth” and the Crime of Thinking – Part 2

By Tom DeWeese A New Dark Ages Sustainable development is the policy Mr. Sagar's thought control was created to implement. Ant to Mr. Sagar, these concepts we call freedom are nothing more than delusion. And that's why he and his fellow travelers are so dangerous to us. They use every sort of deception, half-truth and non-science to implement this concept for the virtual captivity of the human spirit. Through the policies of Sustainable Development and “globally-acceptable truth” we are very quickly being led back to the tyranny and to the darkest ages of human history. The last time the human race was faced with such an attack on reason and free thought was during the Inquisition in the 13th Century. Then, most of Europe lived under the tyranny of one small, self appointed gang — which made the decision about what proper thought and conduct was to be. Anyone who ...
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“Globally-Acceptable Truth” and the Crime of Thinking – Part 1

By Tom DeWeese Do you feel it? It’s everywhere. On television. In the newspaper. At any public gathering. In any discussion – even among friends. It’s a feeling of mistrust. Nervousness. Suspicion. Even rage. Mostly, it’s just under the surface. But more and more it’s bubbling to the top. Political debate is breaking into outright war. Just say the words, "I don’t believe government should do that…” and the war is on. Take a side. Feel the heat. Tolerance is a thing of the past. There is an all out, vicious attack on anyone who doesn’t respond properly. Ridicule. Intimidation. Public shunning. Destruction of careers. Removal from public meetings. All await those who express thoughts outside the politically-correct box. Climate change skeptics are scientists who have gone beyond the hype and conducted their own research, and made their own findings. It’s what scientists do. For their efforts they have been ...
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Why the UN is Worthless to Human Existence

February 11, 2009 By Tom DeWeese Africa has more natural resources than the United States. Yet its people wallow in poverty and a horrible existence, not because the land doesn’t provide for them, but because of bad governments. Case in point is Zimbabwe which, by all accounts, should be the richest of all African nations. It was once called the breadbasket of Africa because of its rich soil and prosperous farmers. Today, under the brutal, unending dictatorship of insane ruler Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe sits in ruins. As The Washington Times reported, “People are starving and compete in the countryside with baboons, jackals and goats for roots and wild fruits; health care has imploded and cholera is on the march as water and sewer systems collapse.” Why the collapse of this once wonderful country? Robert Mugabe. He hates whites, wants them out of the country, and so has literally stolen their ...
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New GOP Chairman should remove Party from the International Democrat Union

January 8, 2009 By Tom DeWeese The race is on for a new chairman of the Republican Party. The outcome is important because the party has become so lost over the past few decades. No longer is it the party of limited government, low taxes and free enterprise. To the contrary, under the reign of terror by the Bush Administration, the GOP had been the force behind the largest growth of government in the history of the United States: record-setting budgets and deficits, assaults on our national sovereignty, invasion of our personal privacy, destruction of private property rights, illegal amnesty, international ID cards and the collapse of the greatest economy in the world. Yes, it’s certainly time for a change in GOP leadership and direction. The candidates for Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman include former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, former Maryland Lt. Governor Michael Steele, current RNC Chairman ...
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Barack Obama and the UN’s Drive for Global Governance

July 15, 2008 By Tom DeWeese Senator Barack Obama has introduced a dangerous bill and it’s on the fast track to Senate passage, probably because of his high profile position as the expected Democrat presidential nominee. Obama hasn’t done much legislatively in his freshman Senate term, but this one is very telling about what we can expect from a President Obama. The bill is the “Global Poverty Act” (S.2433) and is not just a compassionate bit of fluff that Obama dreamed up to help the poor of the world. This bill is directly tied to the United Nations and serves as little more than a shakedown of American taxpayers in a massive wealth redistribution scheme.  In fact, if passed, The Global Poverty Act will provide the United Nations with 0.7% of the United States gross national product. Estimates are that it will add up to at least $845 billion of ...
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GOP Endorses Life-Long Bread Lines

September 12, 2007 By Tom DeWeese I’ve been waiting for the disbelief and outrage to emerge from Republicans across the nation over the Republican Party’s recent announcement. Incredibly, the RNC announced that it is endorsing the poverty eradication program of rock star Bono. There hasn’t been any outrage yet from GOP rank and file. Is there nothing left of the old GOP? For those who missed it, in August, the Republican National Committee took steps to endorse Irish rock star Bono’s proposal to spend $30 billion in U.S. taxes to eliminate global poverty. Bono, lead singer of the rock group U2, has dogged political leaders around the world, using his rock star status to pressure them into accepting his brand of global guilt. However, the GOP’s capitulation to Bono’s charms goes much deeper than getting excited about the passions of a rock star. This time, Bono is acting as the ...
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Opening Statement by Tom DeWeese Before the Cambridge Union Society Cambridge University

October 26, 2006 "This House believes that the United Nations is a dead loss" It is reasonable that honest, compassionate people seek a means for governments to come together to discuss and air their differences. It is also reasonable that honest, compassionate people should desire some way to voluntarily pool resources to provide charitable aid to those who are starving or are victims of natural disaster. Indeed this is the image of the United Nations that has been sold to the world since its inception. It is not, however, the reality. The world is in chaos and, quite frankly, it’s the UN’s fault. It gives validity to zealots and petty bigots. It helps to keep tyrannical dictators in power. It gives a voice to international terrorists. Delay. Negotiate. Recommend. Study. Reconsider. Do nothing. This is the game the UN has played in nearly every international crisis. It is the reason ...
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Globally-Acceptable Truths in the Land of Eden

July 27, 2006 By Tom DeWeese I’ve written many times of the assault on individual thought through behavior modification techniques such as "Critical Thinking" as a tool to lash out at one’s values system, and the use of "situation ethics" problems to challenge attitudes, values and beliefs. These tools are fully employed in today’s government school classrooms as a means to create a new kind of thinking that is coordinated to fit a specific worldview. "Thought control" is a much easier way to describe it. It’s vital to understand this process and to be aware of its tactics so one doesn’t fall victim to its use. The pressure to rethink ones values is seemingly everywhere, from textbooks and classrooms to television commercials to on-the-job training courses. We are constantly asked how we can be so certain about anything. We are told there are no absolutes. We are told to just ...
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Address By Tom DeWeese – Bloomfield, Michigan’s Republican Women’s Club November 15, 2005

UN Ambassador John Bolton recently said that the United States seeks a "revolution of reform" within the United Nations. The Bush Administration and American leadership in general should be very careful using that word "reform" when dealing with the United Nations. Instead of seeking reform, perhaps we should be asking much tougher questions about the UN’s very existence. What should its future be? Should it have a future in the United States? People are eternal optimists. Most believe that, if we can just sit down and talk – then we can solve all the world’s problems. The United Nations has been sold to the American people as such a place where nations could voluntarily gather to air their differences. Ask older Americans what they think of when they envision the United Nations and they will tell you of Adlai Stevenson calling out the Russians over the Cuban missile crisis. Or ...
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Controlling the Last Free Voice in the World

February 17, 2006 By Tom DeWeese The American people simply have no idea what it’s like to live in a totalitarian society. We go where we want; watch movies and television shows or any kind; start new businesses on a whim; shop in huge supermarkets that carry any item imaginable; even sit in public places and say anything we want about political leaders. Today in our modern society, many of us sit at our computer for hours on end sending e-mails, corresponding, web surfing, researching, subscribing to web sites, gaining information, booking hotels and airline reservations, buying gifts, even creating personal web sites – or blogs – where any average citizen can vent on the political issues of the day and send it to the world. Frankly, there is simply no end to what we Americans can do sitting in our own homes behind our trusty computer. The Internet is ...
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Meet the International Democrat Union

September 26, 2005 By Tom DeWeese Not many Americans, particularly conservative Republicans, have heard of the International Democrat Union (IDU), but most would be very surprised to learn the names of its membership and its true goals. Formed in 1983, the IDU says it’s a "working association of over 80 Conservative, Christian Democrat and like minded political parties of centre and centre right." Some of the political party members of the IDU include the German Christian Social Union; British Conservative Party; Norway Conservative Party – and the U.S. Republican Party. In the IDU’s 2005 Declaration, issued after a recent meeting in Washington, D.C., it stated "Our common goal is of free, just and compassionate societies. We appreciate the value of tradition and inherited wisdom. We value freely elected governments, the market-based economy and liberty for our citizens. We will protect our people from those who preach hate and plan to ...
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UN’s Agenda 21 Targets Your Mayor

June 7, 2005 By Tom DeWeese We’ve all seen the bumper stickers, "Think Globally – Act Locally." It’s a creation of those who seek to impose international guidelines, rules and regulations on how we all live. Americans are about to find that it’s not just an empty slogan. From June 1 through 5, 2005, the city of San Francisco was the site of an international conference called "World Environment Day." But the agenda of this conference was much bigger than just another hippy dance in the park. This meeting of the global elite had a specific target and an agenda with teeth. The goal was the full implementation of the UN’s Agenda 21 policy called Sustainable Development, a ruling principle for top-down control of every aspect of our lives – from food, to health care, to community development, and beyond. This time, the target audience is our nation’s mayors. The ...
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Time to Declare Our Independence from the United Nations

May 6, 2005 By Tom DeWeese The United Nations is a mess. It now finds itself buried under scandals. It has Oil for Food scandals. Sex scandals. Power-abuse scandals. Smuggling scandals. Theft scandals. And unpaid traffic tickets. Rob, rape, and pillage seems to be the UN’s modus operandi. Yet why is anyone surprised? The UN considers itself above the law of mere nations. And it answers to no one. There is no vote on UN leaders (other than by the culprits themselves). There is no international referendum on its policies. The UN sets its own standards of conduct and it controls its own judge and jury. These, of course, are the very reasons why many have opposed U.S. membership in the UN. And it’s why many have feared the UN gaining any sort of power to gain its own ability to tax, field an army, or create a court system ...
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Agenda 21 or Freedom 21: Making the Right Choice

April 27, 2005 By Tom DeWeese Which do you choose? A way of life in which you are the master of your destiny, or one in which virtually all decisions are made for you by one ruling body or another? It’s the classic struggle facing every human on earth. Freedom or control. Truth be known, there are many who actually choose control. It makes for a well ordered society with few surprises. In a controlled society, one doesn’t have to make complicated career choices, health care is provided. Community planners decide where housing will be placed. Committees decide what industries are to be allowed and how they will operate. Watchdogs decide the foods that shall be permitted to eat, to protect our health, of course. Family planners decide the number of children allowed. Those children, of course, will be well taken care of every day in public education centers that, ...
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The New Religion is Global Warming

February 16, 2005 By Tom DeWeese The UN finally got what it wanted. The Kyoto Climate Change treaty became international law on February 16th. The treaty went into full effect with the approval by the Russian Federation, even without the support of the United States. Time will tell if and when the treaty will begin to affect the U.S. economy. What is certain is that truth and reason had no part in the process. Global warming has become a new religion. No one is supposed to question whether it is a fact. I did in the December 2004 issue of The DeWeese Report ("There is no man-made global warming," Volume 10, Issue 12). For my trouble I was labeled a "moron," a "liar;" one who wants to "blow up the world," and just plain "evil" to name a few from a mass of mail I received. In particular, my article ...
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There Is NO Man-Made Global Warming

December 15, 2004 By Tom DeWeese There is no scientific evidence to back claims of man-made global warming.  Period. Anyone who tells you that scientific research shows warming trends—be they teachers, newscasters, Congressmen, Senators, Vice Presidents or Presidents—is wrong.   In fact, scientific research through U.S. government satellite and balloon measurements shows that the temperature is actually cooling—very slightly—.037 degrees Celsius. A little research into modern-day temperature trends bears this out. For example, in 1936 the Midwest of the United States experienced 49 consecutive days of temperatures over 90 degrees. There were another 49 consecutive days in 1955.  But in1992 there was only one day over 90 degrees and, in 1997, only 5 days. Because of modern science and improved equipment, this "cooling" trend has been most accurately documented over the  past 18 years.  Ironically, that's the same period of time the hysteria has grown over dire warnings of "warming." Changes ...
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