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Law of the Sea Will Usher In A One World Navy

Law of the Sea Will Usher In A One World Navy

Rogue Government
November 4, 2007

The Law of the Sea Treaty which the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted in favor of ratifying by a vote of 17-4 is part of a plan to average U.S. naval forces into a world Navy that would enforce international law on the world’s oceans. The Law of the Sea Treaty will allow the U.S. Navy to more easily police the world’s oceans while further undermining U.S. national sovereignty by recognizing United Nations authority over the majority of the world’s oceans. Prior to this vote on the Law of the Sea Treaty in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the U.S. Navy combined with the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Marines released a document entitled “A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Sea Power”, which outlines how U.S. naval forces will seek stronger international cooperation to protect the tyrannical global system that is currently being formed. It is interesting to note that the document focuses more on how there is a need to protect the global system and seek closer ties to international partners instead of defending the United States. The timing of the Law of the Sea Treaty being re-introduced in the Senate and the release of this document from the Navy is not pure chance. Admiral Michael Mullen, the recently promoted Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has spoken on many occasions about the formation of an international 1000-ship naval force. Clearly, this is all part of a plan to use U.S. naval forces as a foundational building block to form an international navy force that will enforce international law on the world’s oceans for the coming one world government.

Over 150 nations have signed and ratified the Law of the Sea Treaty which is an international treaty that gives authority of most of the world’s oceans to the United Nations. The U.S. has signed but not yet ratified the treaty. George W. Bush wants the Senate to ratify this treaty because he has said that it would allow U.S. naval forces to move freely around the oceans. Ratification of this treaty would essentially transform the U.S. Navy into the core of the naval security enforcement arm for the United Nations. Since the treaty turns over authority of the world’s oceans to the United Nations, the U.S. Navy would be policing the world’s oceans not on behalf of the United States, but the United Nations.

This would be speculation if it wasn’t for the recent release of the document entitled “A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Sea Power” which describes how U.S. naval forces will need to protect the global system and seek closer ties with the international community. The document cites the phony war on terror as one of the key rationales for both of these items.

From the introduction section of the document:

The security, prosperity, and vital interests of the United States are increasingly coupled to those of other nations. Our Nation’s interests are best served by fostering a peaceful global system comprised of interdependent networks of trade, finance, information, law, people and governance.

We prosper because of this system of exchange among nations, yet recognize it is vulnerable to a range of disruptions that can produce cascading and harmful effects far from their sources. Major power war, regional conflict, lawlessness and natural disaster—all have the potential to threaten U.S. national security and world prosperity.

Later in the document under the section called “Maritime Strategic Concept”, the following paragraph describes how U.S. naval forces should seek relations with more international partners to protect international order on the world’s oceans.

Foster and sustain cooperative relations with more international partners. Expanded cooperative relationships with other nations will contribute to the security and stability of the maritime domain for the benefit all. Although our forces can surge when necessary to respond to crises, trust and cooperation cannot be surged. They must be built over time so that the strategic interests of the participants are continuously considered while mutual understanding and respect are promoted.

The document also cites the Global Maritime Partnership which is clearly a foundational building block for a one world naval force. What’s interesting is that Admiral Michael Mullen who was recently promoted to the position of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff worked extensively on and touted the Global Maritime Partnership prior to his promotion.

Mullen the former head of U.S. naval forces, was quoted as saying the following in 2006 at the Regional Sea Power Symposium regarding the Global Maritime Partnership.

“As mariners, we knew instinctively that the greatest power of the sea is to unite, not to divide. There is a common bond between us.”

“My country saw this on our Gulf Coast during Hurricane Katrina, just as others have after the tsunami in Indonesia, the Earthquakes in Pakistan, the submarine rescue off Petropavlovsk, the mudslides in the Philippines and many other places.”

“These things encouraged us to think about and to believe that we could bring together a “1000-ship navy”, a global maritime partnership that unites navies, coast guards, maritime forces, port operators, commercial shippers, and many other government agencies to address mutual maritime concerns.”

Considering Mullen’s statements on this Global Maritime Partnership which would in essence form a one world naval force, it makes perfect sense as to why he was recently promoted to the position of Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff. It also makes sense that the Law of the Sea Treaty is being brought up again in the Senate at around the same time.

There is no doubt that the Law of the Sea Treaty is being re-introduced in the Senate as part of an effort to form a one world naval force that will enforce international law dictated by the United Nations. The U.S. should not ratify this treaty, and our naval forces should not be averaged into a 1000-ship navy as Admiral Mullen describes. Hopefully, the Senate will fail to get the 2/3’s majority they need for ratification of this treaty. Any Senator voting in favor to ratify this bill is a traitor for granting even more authority to the United Nations over U.S. sovereignty because the United Nations has proven throughout its sorry history that it is an extremely corrupt and morally bankrupt institution.

 


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