Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Dick Morris: Here Come the Black Helicopters!

#1 New York Times bestselling authors Dick Morris and Eileen McGann expose liberals' bold plan to circumvent our democratic processes and put governing power in the hands of unaccountable international organizations.
UN Global Governance and the Loss of Freedom
By Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
In testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on May 24, 2012, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton taunted opponents of the controversial Law of the Seas Treaty (one of liberals' top agenda items), saying, "Of course, that means the black helicopters are on their way," a reference to conspiracy theories about a world government. Ironically, Clinton's sarcastic remarks were strikingly close to the truth.
In Here Come the Black Helicopters!, Dick Morris and Eileen McGann detail the liberal plan to remove decision-making power from the U.S. government and vest it in the United Nations, establishing a one-world government that would sublimate America's national interests, subsume our democratic values, and subvert the power and sovereignty of our national government. Regulated by the U.N. - a governing body that polls show two-thirds of Americans say they don't approve of - these global superagencies would have no accountability to American voters and would have no input from elected officials, yet would have power to censor the Internet and control international communications, to levy international taxes, and to otherwise undermine and circumvent our jurisprudence and constitutional protections by dictating law from non-U.S. bodies.
Morris and McGann introduce and explain the upcoming international agreements President Obama will be championing in the last few months of his term, including the Law of the Sea Treaty, the Law of the Child Treaty, and the International Criminal Court Treaty.

Here Come the Black Helicopters! is filled with shocking information and heavy-hitting conclusions and offers a concrete plan to push back against the formation of world government - ideas that no American can afford to ignore as we head into the next presidential election.

Dick Morris served as Bill Clinton's political consultant for twenty years. A regular political commentator on Fox News Channel, he is the author of eleven New York Times bestsellers (all with Eileen McGann) and oneWashington Post bestseller.

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