United Nations as Tyrant

Published by The John Birch Society – Truth, Leadership, Freedom (http://jbs.org)

Tom Deweese Debates the “Deadliest Force on Earth” in Cambridge

By Mary Benoit
Created 2006-11-22 15:33


Tom Deweese, president of the American Policy Center [1] and editor of the Deweese Report, participated in a debate on the United Nations at Cambridge University in England.

Follow this link to the source article: "TOM DEWEESE DEBATES THE UNITED NATIONS [2]"


When Tom Deweese first received an invitation to participate in a debate on the United Nations at Cambridge University in England he thought it was a joke. Deweese soon learned it was no joke at all and traveled to England to be a part of a nearly 200-year old tradition of debating in the Cambridge Union.

This was an excellent opportunity to debate with foreign students the problem with, as Deweese puts it, “the deadliest force on earth.”

Although outnumbered by the debate team, Deweese spewed out the little-known facts about the United Nations. Here is an excerpt of what Deweese said to the audience of over 400 people:

The UN was wrong from its very beginning and wrong now because it has always sought to interfere with national sovereignty rather than to provide a unique forum to help keep the peace.

That is why the UN is a dead loss. It should be tossed on the trash heap of history so that we may start over and create an honest enterprise that seeks to help nations, not eradicate them. 
The United Nations is not "dysfunctional" as some "reformists" have claimed. It is a criminal enterprise in which no moral nation should ever participate, let alone perpetuate.

Deweese was the only debater who  remained after the event and answered questions from inquiring students for over 2 hours.


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