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WHAT?! UN to MONITOR upcoming US Election.

Will the U.N. Oversee 2012 U.S. Elections?
By Rachel Pendergraft
Nationalist organizations have been warning Americans for years about the consequences of belonging to the United Nations and signing any treaties with it. The U.N. directly affects the sovereignty of the United States. For example, U.S. soldiers can now be tried in the World Court as criminals. And in the future, civilians, will most likely be hauled before the U.N. to be held accountable for so-called human rights violations – which may include speaking out against homosexuality, free migration ( a nice way to term illegal immigration) and interracial marriage.
By now we are accustomed to seeing U.N. voting inspectors standing guard during elections in OTHER countries, but will armed U.N. soldiers and inspectors now be holding post at OUR elections? They will if a Congressional group of mostly black activists has any say in it. On July 1st, in spite of the hype about honoring the American heritage of freedom from foreign oppression – (4th of July) a letter was sent to the Negro U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan asking for U.N. assistance in monitoring our elections.
In the letter false allegations are made that during the 2000 Presidential election Negroes were denied the right to vote and that systematic fraud occurred. In fact, fraud did occur, most notably in heavy black voting areas such as St. Louis, where Negro poll watchers allowed other blacks to vote often 2 or 3 times.
It is highly unlikely that the U.N. will be overseeing elections in 2004, but the effort has begun and a lot can change between now and 2012. Even well meaning Christians all in the so-called idea of “fair chance” will support the effort, prodded on by their false prophet preachers who see no connection between national sovereignty and Christianity. American independence is a grand, noble, and Biblical concept. We must continue to fight and pray for its return.

They tried this back in October 31, 2008 and they are still going at it in 2012.

Democracy Activists call for UN Election Observers

Representatives of a coalition of U.S. pro-democracy organizations today petitioned the members of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations for international election observers for the upcoming U.S. presidential election.   Source    

Attorney General Abbott Tells International Election Observers to Abide by Texas Election Laws

Texas AG says Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe has no jurisdiction over Texas elections
AUSTIN - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today advised the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe — a United Nations partner — that groups and individuals from outside the United States do not have jurisdiction to interfere with Texas elections. The Attorney General’s letter comes after the international group — comprised of 56 members including EU nations and other countries such as Albania, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, the Russian Federation, Slovenia and Turkey — announced they would be sending election observers to sites throughout the United States, including Texas, on Election Day.

UN Affiliate Will Monitor U.S. Elections

Oct. 24, 2012
The upcoming presidential elections will be observed by election monitors from countries that have their own issues with democracy.
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), a group that has observed U.S. elections since 2002, is sending dozens of monitors from around the world to monitor the presidential and congressional elections in the United States this November.
As CNS News reports, 12 of those monitors come from countries that Freedom House ranks “not free,” specifically Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, and six come from countries ranked “partly free.”
The OSCE monitors are set to “assess these elections for compliance with international obligations and standards for democratic elections, including the commitments agreed to by all the OSCE participating States, and with national legislation. The mission will analyze the legislative framework and its implementation and will follow campaign activities, the work of the election administration and relevant government bodies, including voter registration, and the resolution of election disputes. As part of its observation, the ODIHR mission will conduct comprehensive monitoring of the media,” according to a statement.
Different activist groups, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) sent a letter to the head of the monitoring team urging him to post monitors in states where voting ID laws and early voting restrictions have gone into effect.
“Further, election observation helps to improve our citizens’ trust and confidence in election results. Accordingly, we urge the OSCE to deploy its limited election monitors in those states where restrictions on voting have been most extensive—Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Texas and Wisconsin. Poll monitors should be particularly vigilant about requests for, and acceptance of, identification of those seeking to vote, particularly if certain groups, such as racial minorities and young voters, are being targeted,” reads the letter, in part.
 Hilary Shelton, the senior vice president for policy and advocacy with the NAACP, says the monitors are a good thing, even if some of them come from countries regarded as less than free.


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