Next on Trump’s List: Rein in the UN Dictators Club

Establishment globalists were right to be concerned about the fate of their schemes. After a fast-paced first week of putting “America First” by targeting pseudo-“free trade” regimes and rogue regulatory agencies, President Donald Trump is reportedly preparing to take on the United Nations. Its swarms of agencies, programs, bureaucracies, conventions, and associated schemes are also in the crosshairs. According to a January 25 report in the anti-Trump New York Times, which claimed to have seen a set of draft orders being prepared by the administration, Trump plans to drastically reduce the U.S. government’s role at the UN and other international organizations. He is also planning a review of sovereignty-stealing UN treaties, with a view toward restoring self-government in various policy areas and saving U.S. taxpayers billions of dollars. Globalists everywhere are in a panic.

Under one of the two draft orders, headlined “Auditing and Reducing U.S. Funding of International Organization,” the U.S. government would cut funding to any UN agency or international organization that meets any specific criteria. One of those criteria, the Times reported, was granting full membership to the Palestinian Authority (PA) or the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Deceitfully, the Times did not mention until close to the bottom of its report is the fact that two 1990s-era federal laws already require the U.S. government to halt all funding to any UN entity that admits the PA or PLO as a member state. That is why the UN’s extremist “education” agency UNESCO has been defunded, despite Obama’s best efforts. Then-President Bill Clinton signed one of those measures into law, with the other being signed by George H.W. Bush.


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