Review of ‘Saving Sovereignty’

John Fonte’s review of ‘Taming Globalization: International Law, the U.S. Constitution, and the New World Order’, by John Yoo and Julian Ku, is extremely interesting.  But something is not present — the creep of socialism.

First globalism intones both — a global economy and a global government.  They are not the same.  A global economy is human driven and doesn’t require a global government.  The New World Order or global government is politically created and politically directed and would require a global directed economy.

Then, be it International Law or the other political, economic, or legal foundations that Progressives (who are Socialists) want managed in their global government, there will be no end to what they will manage to acquire.  Eventually, it will lead to a socialized world society at the expense of all other beliefs, if they can ever attain their New World Order.

The United Nations was ‘sold’ as a place for International Companies to iron out their differences.  That is what they should be limited to doing, and leave global government where it belongs: dead, buried, and forgotten as never workable!

Toby Elster


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