Thursday, March 27, 2008

Sen. McCain proposes “New World Order-Phase II”



I heard the speech given by Sen. McCain to the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, which was played on the Rush Limbaugh show yesterday (26 March 2008 ), and there was nothing remotely republican or conservative about this speech. This is tantamount to a second phase of the former President Bush’s “new world order.” McCain is a disaster waiting to happen. Here are few quotes Rush posted on his web site:

MCCAIN: We can't build an enduring peace based on freedom by ourselves, and we do not want to. We have to strengthen our global alliances as the core of a new global compact, a league of democracies that can harness the vast influence of the more than 100 Democratic nations around the world to advance our values and defend our shared interests. At the heart of this new compact must be mutual respect and trust.

MCCAIN: Our great power does not mean we can do whatever we want, whenever we want, nor should we assume we have all the wisdom and knowledge necessary to succeed. We need to listen, we need to listen to the views and respect the collective will of our Democratic allies. When we believe international action is necessary, whether military, economic, or diplomatic, we will try to persuade our friends that we are right. But we in return must be willing to be persuaded by them.

MCCAIN: America must be a model citizen if we want others to look to us as a model. How we behave at home affects how we are perceived abroad. We must fight the terrorists and at the same time defend the rights that are at the foundation of our society. We can't torture or treat inhumanely suspected terrorists we have captured. I believe we should close Guantanamo and work with our allies to forge a new international understanding on the disposition of dangerous detainees under our control.

MCCAIN: We need to be good stewards of our planet and join with other nations to help preserve our common home. The risks of global warming, the risks of global warming have no borders. We and the other nations of the world must get serious about substantially reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years, or we will hand off a much diminished world to our grandchildren. We need a successor to the Kyoto treaty, a cap-in-trade system that delivers the necessary environmental impact in an economically responsible manner. We Americans must lead by example and encourage the participation of the rest of the world.

Bold highlight used by blogger to denote corporatist elements of his speech.

Comment: I can say with all assurance that I will not cast my vote for this Fascist/Corporatist, who will further lead this country in to more war and economic disaster while advancing the global corporatist one world order as he hands over our sovereignty to European and third world nations.

The Republican Party is in dire straits with this guy. What were Republican Party members thinking when they voted for this guy; it was fear, they were thinking about the fear that has gripped this nation since 9/11. The fear that the MSM and inside the beltway political class has manufactured to increase the scope and power of the federal government and further propel us toward the end state of a one world order.

If you think I am loony, read the stuff McCain said again. Rush did and he got it, will you?

3 comments:

Jeff said...

This also furthers the idea that our US Senators have stopped representing the people, the supposed body they are said to represent since the 17th Amendment was passed, and do the bidding of US and global elites. McCain is a farce.

Publius said...

I too, do not care for McCain. He's not conservative. At best he could be described as a "dixie-crat" in the old style, but he is certainly not conservative.

However, here is my concern with those who refuse to vote for him. If he loses, Barack or Shrillary wins. So, if McCain only gives me 5 out of 10 conservative principles, it is certain that Barack and Shrillary will give me less. It truly is the choice between the lesser of evils. But it is a legitimate concern.

What do you think about that? Do you find yourself at all concerned about the heightened danger of the alternatives?

Publius

Publius

Brian said...

Publius;

Your concern is one that I have read quite a number of times, however, the way I see it is that between the Democrat and McCain there is no difference. I find it hard to even find the five elements you describe. In my opinion McCain has none.

So I will vote for Ron Paul, I have to check my state to see if we can write in, or when I vote that day I will not for any presidential candidate.

2010 is only two years away, so hopefully the US will wake up to the reality of the failure we will have from either party, and elect a Congress that get the ship headed in the right direction.

Congress is the key to turning the ship, not the presidency. If conservatives focused more on the state and local candidates and less on the presidential we might have had a better republican candidate. We need more Ron Paul like folks in Congress. Think local my friend.