The Beast on East River: The UN Threat to America's Sovereignty and Security

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Oct 29, 2006 - Political Science - 288 pages
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"Is the United Nations the benign force for good that so many proclaim? Or is there a darker agenda at work behind the scenes? Nathan Tabor reveals the sinister plan behind the glossy image of world cooperation painted by the UN and its defenders.

The Beast on the East River includes original research into key policy areas, including population control, education, and the international criminal court. And it offers practical steps that concerned American citizens can take before it's too late.

In his debut book, rising conservative voice Nathan Tabor offers a frightening exposť of the United Nations' global power grab and its ruthless attempt to control US education, law, gun ownership, taxation, and reproductive rights.

"We are already very nearly at the point of no return," says Tabor, "and most Americans aren't even aware of the impending danger. This book is a call to immediate action?read its contents very carefully. What you will discover may surprise and anger you."

 

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Contents

Global Land Use Regulation and Sustainable Development
24
World Trade and Global Environmental Control
88
Saving American Sovereignty in the 21st Century
210
Selected Bibliography
230
Notes
232
Index
252
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Nathan Tabor, a former GOP congressional candidate, is the founder of and contributing editor to "The Conservative Voice", a cutting-edge news and commentary website with more than 250,000 unique visitors per month. His popular weekly commentaries on contemporary social issues are widely distributed online to more thana hundred outlets including Townhall.com, HumanEventsOnline.com, and Crosswalk.com, and his:60 second commentaries are carried on over250 radio stations daily. He is also a member of the prestigious conservative group Council for National Policy.


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