October 26, 2014
The United Nations officially began OCTOBER 24, 1945. Its name was coined by President Franklin Roosevelt. The United Nations was created to prevent future wars. Unfortunately, there have been nearly 150 wars with over 100 million casualties from the day the United Nations’ charter was drafted in the Garden Room of San Francisco’s Fairmont Hotel:
5 in Central Asia,
11 in South Asia,
20 in Southeast Asia,
13 in Eastern Europe,
23 in the Middle East,
25 in Latin & South America and
50 in Africa.
The Secretary-General at the United Nations Charter Conference in 1945 was Alger Hiss.
Alger Hiss was present at the Yalta Conference. February 4-11, 1945, where a large portion of Europe was put under the control of the Soviet Union.
Alger Hiss was later accused and convicted of being a Communist agent in publicized 1948 trial.
The person who accused Alger Hiss was a former Soviet spy Whittaker Chambers.
Soviet spy Whittaker Chambers had been senior editor of TIME Magazine before defecting to the United States.
After Whittaker Chambers died, President Ronald Reagan awarded him the Medal of Freedom, March 26, 1984, stating:
“At a critical moment in our Nation’s history, Whittaker Chambers stood alone against the brooding terrors of our age… He became the focus of a momentous controversy in American history that symbolized our century’s epic struggle between freedom and totalitarianism, a controversy in which the solitary figure of Whittaker Chambers personified the mystery of human redemption in the face of evil and suffering.”
The 185 member United Nations spends $20 billion annually, with the largest amount being contributed by United States.
Though 50 States comprise the United States of America, they are allowed only one combined vote, equivalent to the tiniest of nations.
In 1990, the OIC passed their ‘Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam‘ affirming Shariah law as supreme, with the death penalty for those leaving Islam, punishing women who are victims of rape, allowing men to be polygamous, permitting wife beating, and censoring speech insulting Islam.
General Carlos Romulo, the first Asian to win a Pulitzer Prize, wrote:
“Never forget Americans, that yours is a spiritual country. Yes, I know you’re a practical people. Like others, I’ve marveled at your factories, your skyscrapers, and your arsenals. But underlying everything else is the fact that America began as a God-loving, God-fearing, God-worshiping people.”