The UN will receive $285 million less in funding from the US next year, a move that signals the US intentions to demand bang for our buck. Mark Steyn agrees it’s the right step
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley announced on behalf of President Trump, a $285 million reduction in the US contribution to that globalist control organization that is the antithesis of what our nation stands for.
Mark Steyn explains why he sees that as very good news for America, pointing out that “the majority of members exist as independent nations in 1945,” when the UN was formed in the aftermath of World War ll.
“And now you have a situation,” he says, “where essentially the dictatorships vote en masse, vote as a bloc, the 58 member Organization for Islamic Cooperation, for example, is a monolithic bloc. And the democracies are outvoted and half of the democracies are, anyway, just people who strike attitudes, like the European Union did mostly with the Israel vote.”
Membership and compliance with the dictates of a multinational group by definition diminishes US sovereignty. Adherence to the mandates of the group places it into a dominate position. He notes that the UN exists today in part because the Americans are not imperialists and shunned the opportunity in the 1950s to create a conventional empire.
Noting that President Trump might well be the guy to roll back the UN, Steyn asks, “Twenty-two percent – why should one nation fund 22% of the costs of a club with 200 members?” Agreeing that we then get outvoted and criticized, Steyn adds, “So these guys all have their stupid, anti-American vote, and then stick US taxpayers for the tab.”
Switching to the topic of chain migration, and the fact that two recent terrorists entered the US through that process, Steyn observes, “If you have chain migration you don’t have an immigration system, because 70% of immigrants to the US come through chain migration, which means the United States has, effectively, no say in them.”
All countries have a right to select who they admit within their borders,” says Stein. “If you’re an American citizen, citizenship has its privilege. You don’t give it away in a lottery.”
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