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May 22 2012

Obama et al. Plan to Loot USA for $Billions With Law of the Sea Treaty

Putting a socialist fundamentally hostile to this country in the White House is opening thousands of cuts both large and small. The blood loss they cause will eventually be devastating. A particularly nasty cut calls for $billions of our wealth to be redistributed abroad by bureaucrats headquartered in Jamaica:

That’s what will surely happen if the U.S. Senate gives its advice and consent to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, a deeply flawed treaty that was rejected by President Ronald Reagan in 1982. (The treaty was revived by President Clinton, who sent it to the Senate in 1994. It has languished there ever since.) The Obama administration is pushing for Senate action on the treaty, and Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., is currently scheduling a series of hearings to extol the purported benefits of LOST, the first of which is set for May 23.

By assisting Obama, Hanoi John can take revenge on the USA for 2004.

Of course, the vampire must feed, and its sustenance is American dollars, sucked out of the U.S. Treasury by a provision of LOST known as Article 82. If the U.S. joins LOST, it will be required by Article 82 to forfeit royalties generated from oil and gas development on the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles — an area known as the “extended continental shelf” (ECS).

The term for this is international welfare. The idea is to “spread around” American wealth to parasites living beyond our shores, and to keep this blood flowing even after the Manchurian Moonbat is out of office.

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The vampire must feed.

On a tip from Artfldgr.

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  • Bo Jangles

    Also important to keep in mind is the fact that a treaty has the same force in law as a Constitutional Amendment. It (can not) be stopped or repealed. This particular teaty will turn America into a third-world country and put us at the mercy of the UN.

    If the American people allow this, then they deserve everything that will happen to them and this country. There are only 4 weeks left before it is finalized.

  • Jay B.

    Anyone here still doubt that Hussein has zero interest in American prosperity? Everything he’s done, everything he’s signed has this very same goal : removing wealth.

  • dan

    How can TREASON be Constitutional….all laws and treaties in conflict with the Constitution are
    NULL and VOID….and LOST certainly abborgates
    delegated authority .

  • Charlotte

    Yes, I have been reading about this. It will not be good for the USA at all. We are, in fact, losing quite a lot. It is disheartening, and scary.

    WE MUST STOP THIS!!!

  • Dr. 9

    WORD OF THE DAY
    ‘MUTE’ SWITCH, n.

    The greatest invention in human history, it liberates us from the annoying sounds that accompany compelling boob tube images. Tragically, it doesn’t work on a Dumbo-eared, teleprompter loving, jackass in the Oval Office who is in love with the sound of his own voice.

  • http://www.henrypbabcock.com Henry

    “If the U.S. joins LOST, it will be required by Article 82 to forfeit royalties generated from oil and gas development on the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles…”

    And who exactly is going to enforce this? The Blue Helmets? LOL LOL Bwahahahahah!

    Just ignore it; the UN progs can’t do jack shit if we don’t follow it. Oh wait, they might send us an angry letter…

  • Rich

    Any Treaty or Executive Order that violates the U.S. Constitution is FLAT OUT UNLAWFUL..

    http://conpats.blogspot.com/2012/05/obama-cannot-overrule-us-constitution.html

  • Sam Adams

    Can’t we move the UN to France?

  • chuck in st paul

    God save us! LOST has been a subject off and on for decades. If the Senate okays this travesty then the UN will “own” all material wealth on the sea floor not within the 200 mile limit. In fact they want to limit nations to the 12 mile limit.

    There is a bonanza of metals and other useful stuff on and under the sea floor in very, very deep waters. If you were to try to recover any of it under LOST the UN would just up and take it from you and your investment would be worth zero.

  • chuck in st paul

    dan – May 22, 2012 at 8:51 am
    Rich – May 22, 2012 at 11:26 am

    Not so. As stated above, any treaty has the full force and authority of the Constitution, even if it has the effect of overriding some part of the Constitution. See various Supreme Clowns pontifications on the subject.

    This is why we fought the UN on their gun control “treaty” that was nothing more than an out and out gun grab. The Second Amendment would have been mooted and we would be hiding our guns in the back yard bunker.

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