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Letter to the Editor: "Independence Day or Interdependence Day?"


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By PIERRE LLAMAS
Las Vegas, Nev.

Dear Editor:

As July 4, 2006, Independence Day, approaches, do you remember the travesty perpetrated on the US by the United Nations? Shockingly, Washington's home, Monticello, and Independence Hall in Philadelphia - a symbol of our national independence -have become UNESCO World Heritage sites as a token of globalist interdependence under the United Nations.

In addition, UNESCO's World Heritage Convention and its similar Man and the Biosphere Program are centerpieces of the UN's anti-human "Wilding" effort. Over 40 Biosphere Reserves and 20 World Heritage Sites have been declared in the U.S., covering more than 50 million acres. They include some of America's most famous historical treasures and natural wonders. In addition to Yellowstone National Park, we're supposed to consider ourselves honored to have other national parks, such as the Everglades, the Grand Canyon, and Yosemite all registered as World Heritage Sites.

As we light our firecrackers, barbecue meat and corn cobs outdoors, drink beer in the hot summer sun, and enjoy fireworks later in the evening to celebrate what our Founders gave us, we still don't realize what a sucker play the Globalist Elitists have perpetrated on us on Independence Day.

The only solution I can think of on Independence Day is to get the United States out of the United Nations by asking Congress to co-sponsor HR 1146, the American Sovereignty Restoration Act.


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