To: IAHF List
Subject: The Truth About the United Nations: Incredible Expose - Plus: Two Bills That Can Protect Us
From: "International Advocates for Health Freedom"
Date: Sat, 04 Aug 2001 17:14:24 -0400

IAHF List: Please visit the url below and study this incredibly well written article in depth in order to learn the awful truth abou the UN, the body that hosts the Codex Alimentarius Commission's Genocidal Committee on Nutrition and Foods For Special Dietary Uses which is attempting to develop an international standard that will ban our access to dietary supplements, unless we can monkeywrench their greed driven agenda.


After visiting the url above and studying the article in depth, you will very clearly understand why the USA must remove itself from the UN. Its not just because they want to ban our access to high potency vitamins, (thats bad enough) but its also because they're trying to totally destroy our country and to force us under a global totalitarian state.

Then call your Senators and Congressmen to educate their staff, email the url above and request that they read the information.

Tell them to cosponsor the American Sovereignty Restoration Act HR 1146 and International Criminal Court Bill # H.CON.RES.23

Please forward this widely>>>>>>>

See Reasons Below- Bills We Must Support and Why

American Sovereignty Restoration Act
Bill # H.R.1146

Original Sponsor:
Ron Paul (R-TX 14th)

Sponsor/Cosponsor Total: 9
(last sponsor added 07/11/2001)
1 Democrats
8 Republicans

About This Legislation: H.R. 1146 - The American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2001 repeals the United Nations Participation Act of 1945 and other specified related laws. The act directs the president to terminate U.S. participation in the United Nations (UN), including any organ, specialized agency, commission, or other affiliated body. It requires closure of the U.S. Mission to the UN.

H.R. 1146 prohibits: (1) the authorization of funds for the U.S. assessed or voluntary contribution to the UN; (2) the authorization of funds for any U.S. contribution to any UN military operation; and (3) the expenditure of funds to support the participation of U.S. armed forces as part of any UN military or peacekeeping operation. The act bars U.S. armed forces from serving under UN command.

Summary & Complete Analysis of H.R. 1146 by Herbert W. Titus Detailed, up-to-date bill status information on H.R.1146.
International Criminal Court
Bill # H.CON.RES.23

Original Sponsor:
Ron Paul (R-TX 14th)

Sponsor/Cosponsor Total: 23
(last sponsor added 05/22/2001)
1 Independents
22 Republicans

About This Legislation: On April 30, 2001, the United States moved one step closer to changing forever. American citizens, civilian and military, at home and abroad, are now one step closer to being subject to the world's first permanent global court. On April 30th, the country of Andorra became the 30th country to ratify the United Nations' (UN) Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court Treaty; thereby bringing American citizens closer to United Nations' subjugation.

The United Nations' decades-old dream of having a permanent world court is rapidly becoming a reality. Thirty countries have ratified the treaty with 109 more countries intending to ratify the treaty. When only 60 of the world's 189 "member states" (the UN term for country) ratify the treaty, the United Nations will claim that it has jurisdiction over every person on the planet. (Where the UN gets that authority is a mystery.) UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, in a press release dated July 18, 1998, stated, "It is my fervent hope that…a large majority of United Nations Member States will have signed and ratified it, so that the Court will have unquestioned authority and the widest possible jurisdiction." On December 31, 2000, former President Clinton authorized the U.S. signature to the Rome Statute of the ICC treaty.

"The fundamental rights secured by the Constitution – rights successfully defended by Americans on battlefields around the world – can be summed up as follows: The American people govern themselves, and they have a right to be tried in accordance with the laws enacted by their elected representatives and to be judged by their peers and none other. The Rome ICC treaty, in concept and execution, is utterly antithetical to these rights. It should be opposed by the United States with all the vigor it has mustered, throughout its history, to fight similar threats to the fundamental values of the Republic," wrote international law attorneys Lee A. Casey and David B. Rivkin, Jr.

Detailed, up-to-date bill status information on H.CON.RES.23.