HR 1012 is sponsored by Rep. Aaron Pilkington from Knoxville, Arkansas:
TO ENCOURAGE THE UNITED STATES TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS.
A little insight: King Charles III is now the head of the Commonwealth.
The international headquarters of the Commonwealth Secretariat and Commonwealth Foundation are located in Marlborough House on Pall Mall in London.
The USA should not be part of the commonwealth. Why? The Commonwealth of Nations rose from the crumbing British Empire.
Until 1949, the Commonwealth countries had to have the British monarch as the head of state. Then in 1949, the rules were changed, so there are republics in the commonwealth, such as India or Singapore. It touts high ideals but trades in a much more compromised reality and offers abusive regimes a chance of legitimacy and a platform. Also, it confers no trade privileges worth mentioning.
Remember, the U.S. became independent from the UK in 1776, after 13 American colonies broke away and declared themselves a constitutional republic, refusing to recognize the British monarch as their head of state.
It’s up to us to stand up for what we value: our federal Constitution, truth, sovereignty, and freedom.
However, we clearly observe an unconstitutional political agenda. Quoted from the Commonwealth website:
protect the environment and encourage sustainable use of natural resources on land and sea.
boost trade and the economy.
support democracy, government and the rule of law.
develop society and young people, including gender equality, education, health and sport.
Is the Commonwealth partnered with the U.N.? Yes, unfortunately, it is!
Seven Commonwealth countries:
the United Kingdom
and Pakistan – are now members of the United Nations.
The UN and its impact in the Commonwealth: A View From the Speaker of India
A few snippets:
Established in 1945 to usher in a new World Order in a world faced with damnation and ruination after two great wars, the United Nations is completing 75 years of glorious service as a multilateral platform for the comity of nations later this year.
Time and again, the Commonwealth has expressed its solidarity with the UN and a commitment to its Charter. The 1951 Declaration by the Commonwealth Prime Ministers succinctly sums up this convergence – “Our support of the United Nations needs no re-affirmation. The Commonwealth and the United Nations are not inconsistent bodies. On the contrary, the existence of the Commonwealth, linked together by the ties of friendship, common purpose and common endeavour, is a source of power behind the Charter.” 3
So, the Commonwealth is in lock step with the 21st Century United Nations. They’ve said so themselves. The United Nations are not peacekeepers but communists who will wreak chaos to every member state. Setting the stage for global governance must be avoided at all cost.
From Wikipedia: The Commonwealth of Nations, simply referred to as the Commonwealth, is a political association of 56 member states, the vast majority of which are former territories of the British Empire. The chief institutions of the organisation are the Commonwealth Secretariat, which focuses on intergovernmental aspects, and the Commonwealth Foundation, which focuses on non-governmental relations among member states. Numerous organisations are associated with and operate within the Commonwealth. Y
The following bulleted points highlight some of the globalist world government items that the Commonwealth of Nations supports. These are taken directly from their Commonwealth Declarations.
Also see their “The Declaration of Commonwealth Principles.“
Gun Control – from page 19: “All nations have a stake in disarmament. We therefore look for urgent agreement in reversing the arms race and on significant reductions, and eventual elimination, of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction”. (That is gun control.)
United Nations – from page 16: “There is, in our view, an urgent need to consider what practical steps can be taken to strengthen the United Nations system and to improve its capacity to fulfil the objectives of the Charter. “
Climate Change – from page 23: Support the work of the UNEP/WMO Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Agenda 21 Agenda 2030 – Sustainability – from page 45: endorse the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 as agreed by this year’s UN General Assembly Special Session, particularly in respect of freshwater, forest resources and the transfer of environmentally sound technologies to developing countries. We recognise that new and additional resources will be needed to implement the programmes and will use our best endeavours to provide these;
So, one can see a malevolent political agenda already formed, as noted in their description of their own work (above). They tell on themselves! That’s why this proposed globalist anti-American resolution from Rep. Pilkington must NOT go through the legislature, dear reader. Our guess is that this resolution came from a corporate lobbying group…
In closing, globalization dangerously affects our country’s sovereignty! It erodes national sovereignty and takes away the power of our constitutional government. It allows international corporations and multinational businesses to set the economic and even a dangerous political agenda, the chopped-down nation state — regrettably. Playing with the New World Order reduces the U.S. to becoming irrelevant.
The United States of America should not be used as a pawn in a scheme for world dominance from the global elites operating behind the scenes.
HR1012 must be killed.
Here’s the status and history of the resolution. It was introduced on Weds, Feb. 1, 2023 and referred to the House Committee on State Agencies and Governmental Affairs.
ACTION: Please reach out to the sponsor of the resolution, new Representative Aaron Pilkington (pictured below), and let him know you do not want this new world order resolution. email@example.com 479-308-8384
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