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Subject: No Welcome For the (UN) World In Utah Towns - Think We Won't Eventually Be at War Over Access to Vitamins?
From: "International Advocates for Health Freedom"
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 19:55:06 -0400

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IAHF List: Take note of the anti UN stance being taken by these two towns in Utah. In time, there will be a war here in America. It won't be over any one single issue either, it will be over a lot of things, not the least of which will be a total effort to strip us of our sovereignty and to force us into a global dictatorship. In the last email I sent, I documented the fact that in the last Congress 34 Treaties were ratified without any debate, warning, much less any vote. They were simply shoved down our throats. By this means, our dictators are attempting to enslave us. Congressman Burton whitewashed the Codex vitamin oversight hearing, and allowed Karl Riedel of NNFA to lie under oath, even after he had been apprised of the fact that this is what would happen if he allowed him to testify. Riedel testified that the Codex vitamin issue is a "non issue".

Then just two weeks later, his co chair on NNFA's International Committee, Randy Dennin, employee of Pfizer Pharmaceutical company, went to Capetown South Africa to participate in an IADSA conference titled "Toward a Global Regulatory Model". Now I have a report from South Africa of the latest rampage against consumer access to vitamins being led by the same bastards who hosted this IADSA meeting that Dennin went to. So... while claiming Codex is a "non issue" NNFA is actively assisting the pharmaceutical industry to destroy us via global governance that will usurp and supplant our sovereign laws...... unless we stop paying taxes, arm ourselves and take steps simplar to these two Utah towns to show our government and the stinking UN bastards that we won't take any of their crap- they will continue to operate unchecked, unnoticed, and before you know it, we'll be in chains. We're almost there now. Please show this email to your town or city council. Show it to your Congressman and Senators. Don't worry about me, I'm already on the watch lists of NSA, FBI, Interpol, and Washington Capital Police. More towns and cities across America and around the world must voice their firm opposition to the dictatorial United Nations, and we must all arm ourselves against them and be prepared to take out all the government traitors who are selling us down the river along with any UN troops who attempt to come here to back these bastards up.

Please forward this mssg to others, and take action based on it. Our best defense is a damn good offense.

Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 10:14:28 -0700
From: American Patriot Friends Network <>
Subject: No Welcome For the (UN) World In Utah Towns

No Welcome For the (UN) World In Utah Towns

Wed Jun 27 11:34:42 2001


Most city councils have enough to do keeping the streets clean and safe. Not La Verkin and Virgin. The rural southern Utah towns have taken on the United Nations.

The international organization has not exactly overrun them, but the two town councils are considering ordinances that would erase all traces of the United Nations in their communities, citing concerns the body is usurping the sovereignty of the United States.

"We've been pushed far enough, and long enough," La Verkin Mayor Dan Howard said Monday. "We're tired of marching to [the U.N.] agenda. Maybe now we can start to march on our own agenda. Maybe La Verkin is the crucible to get the rest of the cities and the national government to listen."

Prompting the anti-U.N. ordinance was the case of Michael New, an Army medic from Texas who was court-martialed in 1996 for refusing to wear a U.N. beret and insignia for peacekeeping duty in Macedonia. New's father, Daniel New, met with both town councils last week to discuss the proposed ordinance.

The proposed ordinance creates a "United Nations-free zone" that would ban aiding the organization with town funds, displaying any U.N. symbols on town property and prohibit the "involuntary servitude" of any resident in U.N. peacekeeping activities.

Those who support the organization would be required to post signs that say, "United Nations work conducted here."

This is not the first time the towns, about 25 miles northeast of St. George, have courted controversy. A year ago, the Virgin Town Council passed a law requiring all households to own a gun. Last week, La Verkin passed a resolution supporting the Second Amendment right to bear arms. The towns have also passed legislation supporting free use of public lands and opposing federal control.

U.N. spokesman Farhan Haq said Monday that while his office often receives criticism, this is the first time he has heard of a U.N. -free zone.

However, the organization had no comment on the issue. "The U.N. doesn't involve itself in the internal affairs of its member states," Haq said.

Likewise, U.S. State Department spokeswoman Susan Pittman said this was also a first for her but said the Utah towns are perfectly free to criticize the U.N.

La Verkin Mayor Howard acknowledged the move was largely symbolic. But that will not stop La Verkin from making a big splash out of it. The City Council has scheduled a special Fourth of July meeting in which it is expected to adopt the ordinance, making it the first such city in the nation to do so, according to Howard.

Meanwhile, Virgin officials are proceeding more cautiously. Virgin Mayor Jay Lee calls the ordinance "real interesting," but is unsure his council will pass it at its next meeting July 19. At least one council member opposes the U.N. measure. "It's just another radical thing that we don't need," Ken Cornelius said.

La Verkin Councilman Al Snow, who helped draft the ordinance, says the city is only trying to shape the debate about the United Nations and make a statement to the federal government: The United Nations should not control U.S. foreign policy.

Said Snow: "The Constitution is the supreme law of the land and not some [U.N.] treaty that tries to supersede it."


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"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear."
--Marcus Tullius Cicero 42B.C