Tom Moor

A BRIEF COMPARISON OF THE AMERICAN BILL OF RIGHTS WITH THE UNITED NATIONS DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS by Tom Moor

 On this day in 1789, congress proposed a firewall to contain the new powers of the Constitution. Contrary to popular understanding, The Bill of Rights is not addressed to the people. It is addressed from the people to their new government, telling it in no uncertain terms not to go beyond the named and specific powers that WE THE PEOPLE had just granted it (in the main body of the Constitution).

To further clarify this point, the Bill contains its own preamble: in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its power…  further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added. The stringent language of those clauses further nails down their restrictive intent, using terms like: “Congress shall make no law,” “shall not be infringed,” and “shall not be violated.”

By comparison, in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, privileges are GRANTED by the globalist government to the people. Conspicuously absent are any restraints on UN power, including the right to protest the UN, the right to a jury, and the right to keep and bear arms. In fact, Article 29, section 3 explicitly states: “These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.” And this has been shown to be absolutely true over time, the long-term aim being the destruction of national sovereignty for the purposes of their tyrannical New World Order.   I am very happy, even pleasantly shocked, to report that last week, our President, Donald J. Trump, gave a speech at the United Nations where he asserted, over and over, the American Constitution as our rule of law, as well as the concept of national sovereignty in general.

So reader, on this day ask yourself, where do my rights really come from? From a noble, yellowed parchment document? From the founders that wrote it? Or from God? And what have you done to keep those rights? To keep government within its named limits, to preserve your rights and those of your family, going forward in the great storm in time? These are some of the principles we teach to the next generation of patriots at Camp Constitution. Honoring the past… Teaching the Present… Preparing the future…    Won’t you join us?