By: Earl Taylor, Jr. From: NCCS.net
Note: This is an excellent history and a valuable resource to teach our children.
In order to preserve and completely separate the American people from the greedy aspirations of would-be world dictators who do not understand or agree with the principles of God-given unalienable rights of the people, the Founders built into the Constitution a great protection. It is in Article I, Section 8, clause 10. Congress is to have exclusive authority:
“To define and punish piracies and felonies committed on the high seas, and offenses against the law of nations;”
This clause isolated and protected the American people from all foreign domination and control by assigning to Congress, their American representatives, the power to decide what the law should be in relation to other nations and what should happen when those laws were violated. Let other nations do what they will, but Americans will set and enforce their own laws.
America let its guard down and embraced strange doctrines
For the first one hundred years America became the most powerful influence in the world, not by attempting to dominate other nations, but by minding its own business and letting its people pursue their own happiness. Then a change began to take place. The principles of freedom ceased to be taught to the rising generation; the super-rich seized control of elements in the government and the opinion-molding media and America were pulled into the slippery slope of world events which introduced anti-Constitutional doctrines. The great Constitutional protection of the American people slowly began to erode. The talk of a new world order and internationalism became popular in academic and political circles. America was faced with, not a new idea, but the same old idea of world dominance the Founders gave their fortunes and their lives to guard against.
Henry Lamb: the most authoritative chronicler of the Rise of Global Governance
No one person has studied and been an active observer of the story of those who want to govern world affairs more than Henry Lamb. Henry Lamb was the author of "The Rise of Global Governance," chairman of Sovereignty International, and founder of the Environmental Conservation Organization and Freedom21, Inc. He had perhaps attended more international conferences, read more international documents, and sounded the warning trumpet more than any other American. Henry Lamb died in May 2012. His family and close friends have asked NCCS to continue to spread his message of warning that the United States is being swallowed up by very powerful world-dominating forces who want to destroy individual freedoms of all people. One of his last publications was The Rise of Global Governance. The following material is taken from this book (available from NCCS) and chronicles the growth of world-dominating power.