Wednesday, December 14, 2022

John Birch Society: How did the US get into the UN 7/28/1945

 Following the horrific devastation of World War II, Americans were open to new ideas in the hope that it would prevent another world war and bring world peace. Foisted on them by the Deep State was the idea for the United Nations. The United States enlisted as a founding member of the United Nations when the U.S. Senate approved the UN Charter on July 28, 1945. After only six days of formal deliberation, the Senate voted 89 to 2 in favor of joining the world body. The two patriots who voted against ratifying the Charter and UN membership were Senators Henrik Shipstead (R-Minn.) and William Langer (R-N.D.).

From the Arms Trade Treaty intended to regulate and trace the flow of conventional weapons, including handguns, around the world to the onerous environmental controls of the UN’s Agenda 21/2030, which are designed to curtail every individual’s consumption of natural resources (i.e. clean water, coal, oil, natural gas, and food), the UN is a recipe for global despotism.

The ultimate goal for the United Nations is to create a unified one-world government. Consider learning more about the UN’s threat to U.S. sovereignty and freedom using our educational links, videos, and other resources. This being one of our longest standing Action Projects our society has some of the most useful UN education tools. Click through the menu on the left to continue learning more about the UN plans for your Second Amendment rights, a one-world government, and the infamous Agenda 21/2030.

UN charter voted on 7/28/1945 
From and including: Saturday, July 28, 1945
To, but not including Saturday, May 1, 1948
144 weeks
Or 33 months, 3 days excluding the end date.

Beltane is the Gaelic May Day festival. Commonly observed on the first of May,

Counting the end date it lands on 4/30/1945 
From and including: Saturday, July 28, 1945
To and including: Friday, April 30, 1948
144 weeks
Or 33 months, 3 days excluding the end date.

Walpurgis Night (/vælˈpʊərɡɪs, vɑːl-, -ˈpɜːr-/),[3][4] an abbreviation of Saint Walpurgis Night (from the German Sankt-Walpurgisnacht [zaŋkt valˈpʊʁɡɪsˌnaxt]), also known as Saint Walpurga's Eve (alternatively spelled Saint Walburga's Eve), is the eve of the Christian feast day of Saint Walpurga, an 8th-century abbess in Francia, and is celebrated on the night of 30 April and the day of 1 May.[5][6] This feast commemorates the canonization of Saint Walpurga and the movement of her relics to Eichstätt, both of which occurred on 1 May 870.[7]

Saint Walpurga was hailed by the Christians of Germany for battling "pest, rabies, and whooping cough, as well as against witchcraft".[8] Christians prayed to God through the intercession of Saint Walpurga in order to protect themselves from witchcraft,

Adolf Hitler, chancellor and dictator of Germany from 1933 to 1945, died by suicide via gunshot on 30 April 1945 in the Führerbunker in Berlin.

The UN Charter contains a Preamble and 111 Articles in its 19 Chapters. Although being approximately the same size as the U.S. Constitution, the two founding documents could hardly be any more different. Whereas the U.S. Constitution creates a government with strictly limited and defined powers, the UN Charter establishes the framework for expansive global governance towards one world government.

Article 1 of the UN Charter states that its purpose is: “To maintain international peace and security.” The word “peace” appears a total of six times in Article 1. As a result, UN officials and supporters contend that the world body is a “peace organization.” However, in 1971 the peace organization ousted the free, anticommunist Republic of China – a founding member of the UN – and replaced it with the communist People’s “Republic” of China, whose leadership has killed over 60 million Chinese.

From and including: Saturday, July 28, 1945
To and including: Friday, May 14, 1948
Result: 1022 days
146 weeks
Or 2 years, 9 months, 17 days including the end date.
Or 33 months, 17 days including the end date.

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