Questions For John Kerry

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    I try to visualize how I would feel were I the victim whenever I read stuff like this:

    It’s difficult to imagine the anger Martha Boneta is feeling. It’s not like she was trying to get something she never had. The frustration of having something taken away by foreigners with the full support and consent of the federal government ——— not by American gangsters, or a crooked politician —— has to cripple mind and spirit.

    In another Canada Free Press piece Jerry McConnell says this:


    Since the year 2000 I’ve written hundreds of messages attacking US membership in the United Nations. Every time I came across a piece about United Nations abuse I posted a message about it. I repeatedly tried to show that every American who supports and defends the UNITED NATIONS against all enemies, foreign and domestic, is a quisling.

    quisling (noun)

    A traitor who serves as the puppet of the enemy occupying his or her country.

    I never expected my efforts to make a serious dent in the media’s glorification of the UN. My best hope was to reach a few people who might not have been paying attention to what the United Nations is after. On my best day I thought I might get through to a few individuals who simply accept the UN’s necessity for all of the reasons the UN offers, blah, blah, blah, without considering the cost. Nothing mattered. The worst of the traitors are pampered and fussed over like rock stars even though they openly devote their political efforts to surrendering this country’s sovereignty to the UN along with abolishing the freedoms enshrined in the Constitution. That brings me to John Kerry.

    To be fair, let me first say that nobody ever asked a nominee for secretary of state the questions I would put to John Kerry at his confirmation hearing. Nevertheless, Kerry is unique because he has been betraying this country since he returned from Vietnam. Kerry is not the only personification of a quisling, but his name is right up there near the top of the list.

    Why question Kerry?

    Answer: The State Department is the UN’s protector. If the secretary of state is in the UN’s pocket so are the American people. When the secretary of state is committed to the UN’s environmental garbage like Agenda 21 the EPA can only grow stronger.

    NOTE: For all practical purposes the EPA became a United Nations agency decades ago; far exceeding what President Nixon intended when the EPA was formed. Nixon was not an environmental freakazoid, and certainly no UN-lover. He created the EPA by executive order for political expediency.

    More importantly, Kerry is the type of “American” the New World Order crowd expects every senator to emulate. The US Senate confirming men and women like Kerry is the very reason quislings acquired control of the Senate in the first place. Nothing changes irrespective of which political party has the majority. The Senate itself will always harbor enough quisling to confirm the type of person the UN wants confirmed.

    Parenthetically, UN-loving Democrats increasing their number in the US Senate in the recent election is too much to swallow even if you happen to be a political vegetable. Discount all of the details suggesting massive election fraud and you have to accept the fact that establishment Republicans did not want control of the Senate. That has to tell you that the global government crowd’s grip on the Senate is unbreakable in the foreseeable future.

    Before getting to the questions Kerry would be asked in a just world let me remind everyone that Supreme Court nominees do not answer questions about issues that might come before the Court. For instance, a nominee would not state a personal belief about Roe v. Wade, or the Second Amendment, and so on. Secretaries of state have no such shield at their confirmation hearings. With that in mind here are the most pressing questions I would ask Kerry:

    1. Do you believe that the UN’s Agenda 21 should be implemented in the US?

    2. Would you oppose the US withdrawing from the UN?

    3. If you believe that America should remain in the UN can you tell us why?

    4. Can you tell us which of the UN treaties now in limbo you would recommend ratifying if any?

    5. & 6. Do you place America’s sovereignty above everything else? If not, how much of America’s sovereignty would you surrender to the UN?

    7. Do you believe that America’s military personnel should serve the United Nations when ordered to do so?
     
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    Here’s another question for John Kerry:

    Do you believe that the United Nations has the authority to violate a sovereign nation’s air space?

    It’s a legitimate question in light of this:

    “. . . modernize its peacekeeping role.” means give the United Nations more military authority.

    And if drones are such wonderful things why was their deployment discussed in secret?

    NOTE: Remember that Hussein promised open government, but gave the country the most secretive government ever. Here’s why:


    The country cannot find out what Hussein and his filthy sneaks are doing on the domestic front until after it’s done. Imagine what they will do at the UN!

    As bad as it was in Hussein’s first administration Kerry and Hagel are worse. They will be in a position to engage in massive acts of treason behind closed doors. Everybody knows, or should know, what Kerry is. Hagel was nominated to throw a smokescreen around the real John Kerry. Unfortunately, no one ever questioned the smokescreen’s core beliefs, or what he thinks about America’s sovereignty.

    In addition to Hagel’s military service the media is letting everyone know that he is a “maverick.” Maverick is doublespeak for RINO. I would remind everyone that John McCain was billed as a maverick, too. Bottom line: Maverick my ass. There is not a chance that Hagel will say no when Hussein & Biden order him to betray the country. The mere fact that Hussein & Biden picked Hagel should raise so many red flags Washington should look like a bullfighters’ convention is in town.

    Now that Hagel’s nomination for secretary of defense is official, I would also ask him if the UN has the authority to violate the air space of a sovereign nation? In addition to the question of air space Hagel should be asked question #7 in the OP:

    7. Do you believe that America’s military personnel should serve the United Nations when ordered to do so?


     
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    Democrats failed to put Kerry in the White House in 2004. Now, they are trying for secretary of state. The FACTS cited in Corsi’s article make me wonder how anybody but Hussein and Democrat senators can possibly believe that John Kerry should become secretary of state.

    Admittedly, the Vietnam War ended decades ago; so younger Americans might not know, or care about, what Kerry did. Sadly, John Kerry and his kind did not end with the Vietnam War. Instead of going away they wormed their way into positions of power so they could continue working for America’s enemies.


     
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    Ernestine must be mannin' the phones at the Kremlin...
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    Russia declines Kerry's calls, says foreign minister is busy
    February 16th, 2013 - Secretary of State John Kerry's Tuesday call to his Russian counterpart has gone unanswered for nearly a week after North Korea tested a nuclear device.
     

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