This Is A *GREAT* Idea!
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Thu Feb 8 14:26:45 MST 2001
Alabama Committee To Get Us Out of the UN
From: Charleston Voice <bilrum at knology.net>
Subject: Montana Pleads the Tenth Amendment: UN Get Out!
The Tenth Amendment in action, my friends! Don't you wish you had a state
representative as courageous as Mr. Brueggeman? Why don't you?
The Honorable John Brueggeman State Representative House District 74 My
dear friend, Here is the attachment of the United Nations Free Zone bill
draft we discussed on the telephone. I await anxiously your response to
what number this bill draft is to be assigned, and will do all I possibly
can to muster full support and lobby effort on your behalf for sponsoring
this bill for We the People. For this John, I shall remain eternally
grateful! Stop by when you get back home here in the valley, we'll have
lunch and go to the shooting range for some practice on the Maadi 50 cal.
You'll get a kick out of it (really !) I have taken the liberty of sending
a copy of this message to Daniel New, with out whom I could not have made
this draft. Again, thank you very much for your support on behalf of this
bill. In Freedom and Liberty, ">Michael HeitVice- ChairmanThe Constitution
Party of MontanaPatriothttp://www.constitutionparty.org
MODEL UNITED NATIONS FREE BILL DRAFT. Section 1. Name
Section 2. Purpose
Section 3. Findings
Section 4. Prohibitions
Section 5. United Nations-Free Contracts and Investments
Section 6. Reporting and Information
Sect ion 7 Community Right to Know
Section 8 Public Notice of United Nations-Free Zone
Section 9. Enforcement
Section 10 Severability
Section 1 Name.
This Chapter shall be known as The United Nations-free Zone of the Republic
Section 2. Purpose.
The purpose of this Ordinance is to make the Republic of MONTANA United
Nations-Free; that is:
1.. To maintain and preserve the Supreme Law of the Land as set forth in
the Constitution of the state of MONTANA, and of these united States to the
benefit of the people of the Republic of MONTANA, including but not limited
to, the freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition, and the
rights to bear arms, to trial by jury, to the privilege against
self-incrimination and to the common law writ of habeas corpus.
2.. To oppose the United Nations Charter as an illegitimate and
3.. To resist the United Nations' unconstitutional and illegal
usurpation of American sovereignty.
4.. To restore completely the People of the Several States as the final
and ultimate civil authority in these united States of America.
5.. To recognize no executive, legislative or judicial power within the
city limits other than those powers duly constituted by t he People in the
Constitution of the Republic of MONTANA and by the Peoples of the Several
States in the united States Constitution.
6.. To protect the citizens of the Republic of MONTANA, especially those
who are members of the United States armed forces, from involuntary
servitude to the United Nations
7.. To rid the city of the presence of any and all United Nations
personnel and facilities.
8.. To refuse any and all United Nations funded programs, studies, or
other activities within the limits of MONTANA.
9.. To prohibit the investment of any funds in any business, government
agency or other entity which supports or cooperates with the United Nations.
10.. To protect the citizens of MONTANA from taxation without
representation, by forbidding the implementation within the Republic of
Montana of any tax, levy, fee, assessment, surcharge, or any other
financial imposition by the United Nations.
11.. To establish a citizen's right to know about, and to increase
citizen awareness of, the activities of the United Nations.
Section 3. Findings
The People of MONTANA find that:
1.. The Legislature of the Republic of Montana is bound by oath and
affirmation to support the Constitution of the United States and, pursuant
to that oath and Article VI of the United States Constitution, to obey only
treaties "made under the Authority of the United States."
2.. The United Nations Charter is not a treaty "made under the Authority
of the United States," but an illegitimate and unconstitutional
international constitution, having never been submitted to, nor ratified
by, the People of the United States, as required by Declaration of
Independence, the charter of our nation.
3.. The United States government has absolutely no Constitutional
authority to participate in any United Nations program or activity, and
United Nations personnel and facilities have absolutely no legal right to
be within the geographic boundaries of the United States.
4.. The Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court of the United
States, in violation of their sworn constitutional duties under Article VI
of the United States Constitution, have utterly failed to protect the
American people from the United Nations' usurpation of the sovereignty of
the American people, including the sovereign powers of the people of this
5.. The Legislature of the Republic of Montana, bound by its oath to
support the Constitution of the United States and by its duties under
Article VI of the United States Constitution, must protect the sovereignty
of this Republic and of its people, and to that end,
1.. No citizen of MONTANA shall be required to serve the United
Nations in any capacity.
2.. No United Nations personnel or facilities may be present or may be
located within the geographic limits of MONTANA.
3.. No United Nations funded programs, studies or other United Nations
sponsored or funded activities may take place within the geographic limits
4.. No funds may be invested in, nor may any MONTANA personnel
participate with, any business, government agency or other entity which
supports or cooperates in any way with the United Nations.
6.. The People of Republic have a right to know about the
unconstitutional and unlawful activities of the United Nations, as they
impact on this Republic, and the State Legislature has a duty to its people
to increase citizen awareness of the United Nations through community,
school, and civic educational programs.
Section 4. Prohibitions
1.. Cessation of Present Activities. No person, corporation, school,
college, university, institution, or other entity shall within the Republic
of MONTANA knowingly aid or abet any illegal or unconstitutional activity
of the United Nations or of any entity financially supported by
or affiliated with the United Nations. This prohibition shall take effect
immediately after the adoption of this bill, upon receiving the signature
of the Governor.
2.. Commencement of Work for the United Nations. No person, corporation,
school, college, university, institution, or other entity which is not, as
of the date this ordinance is adopted, engaged in any work for the United
Nations, or any entity financially supported by or affiliated with the
United Nations, shall, within the Republic of MONTANA, aid or abet any
illegal or unconstitutional activity of the United Nations or of any entity
financially supported by or affiliated with the United Nations.
3.. United Nations Flags and Symbols. No flag, symbol, or other logo of
the United Nations shall be displayed on city property, provided however,
that this prohibition does not apply to a photograph or other pictorial
display of such flags, symbols or logos as part of an exhibit of an
4.. United Nations Personnel. No United Nations personnel may conduct
any official United Nations activity of any kind whatsoever and, under no
circumstances, may United Nations peacekeeping or other troops be quartered
on any property within the geographic limits of MONTANA.
5.. United Nations Tax. No tax, levy, surcharge, fee, assessment, or
other financial burden authorized by the United Nations may be imposed on
or collected from any person within the geographic limits of MONTANA.
6.. United Nations Restraints. No arrest or restraint of the liberty of
any citizen of MONTANA by any official acting under the authority of the
United Nations may be effected within the geographic limits of MONTANA.
7.. International Court Decree. No judicial order, decree or judgment
entered by any international court under the authority of the United
Nations shall be enforceable within the geographic limits of MONTANA .
Section 5. United Nations Free Contracts and Investments
1.. Contracts. The Republic of MONTANA shall grant no contract to any
person, business or nonprofit entity which knowingly engages in work for
the United Nations, or for any entity supported by or affiliated with the
United Nations, unless the State Legislature in a super majority vote of
both houses, makes a specific determination that no reasonable alternative
exists, taking into consideration the following factors:
1.. The intent and purposes of this ordinance;
2.. The availability of alternative services, goods and equipment, or
other supplies substantially meeting the required specifications of the
proposed contract; and
3.. Quantifiable additional costs resulting from use of available
2.. Investments. The Republic of MONTANA shall refrain from making any
new investments in businesses that knowingly engage in work, whether with
or without remuneration, for the United Nations, including advertising
support of, subsidies for, or promotions of the United Nations, its
supporters and affiliates, and their activities. Within two years of the
adoption of this ordinance, the Republic of MONTANA shall divest itself
from all such investments currently held by it (including pension funds).
The State Legislature shall adopt a economically responsible plan with
respect to any pension fund and other investments and shall implement such
plan consistent with the intent of this ordinance.
Section 6. Reports and Information
In the event that Section 4A or B is unenforceable, and so long as any work
for or with the United Nations, its financed supporters and affiliates
continues within the Republic of MONTANA, the following monitoring of such
activities shall be carried out by the Republic of MONTANA through such
agencies as the State Legislature shall designate.
1.. Annual Reporting. Each person, corporation, school, college,
university, institution, or other entity engaged in work for or with the
United Nations, its supporters or affiliates (hereinafter designated as
"United Nations agent") shall prepare an annual report which details the
activities and programs engaged in, names the agency or entity worked for
or with, states the nature of the relationship between that agency or
entity and the United Nations and specifies the reasons for continuation of
such work or relationship. These annual reports shall be filed with the
designated City, County and State agency or agencies and shall also be made
available for inspection and copying by any interested member of the public.
2.. Information. The Republic of MONTANA may require any United Nations
agent to provide such further information as the Legislature deems is
necessary to keep the citizens adequately informed of "United Nations
activity" within Republic of MONTANA and at such reasonable times and
places as the Legislature determines.
3.. Signs. Every facility within the Republic of MONTANA in which work
for or with the United Nations, its supporters or affiliates takes place
shall be required to install and maintain signs clearly visible to any
passing person, identifying the facility with the legend "UNITED NATIONS
WORK CONDUCTED HERE."
4.. Fee: Each United Nations agent shall be assessed a fee at rates to
be determined by the Legislature, which shall be at least adequate to
cover, in the aggregate, the costs of administering this act.
Section 7. Community Right to Know
The Republic of MONTANA, through its own agencies and in cooperation with
other local government agencies and educational organizations and
interested citizen groups, shall assist and promote educational activities,
including but not limited to curriculum in public schools and adult
education programs, to advance public awareness and understanding of work
for the United Nations, its supporters and affiliates and related matters
as addressed in this ordinance.
Section 8. Public Notice of United Nations-Free Zone
Every road entering any City of the Republic of MONTANA which has a sign
marking the City limits as of the date of the passage of this ordinance,
and every road entering any City of The Republic of MONTANA which shall,
after the passage of this ordinance, be so marked, will also be marked
equally prominently with a sign reading "United Nations-free zone,
established by State Law (MCA number)." These signs shall be posted no
later than ninety (90) days after passage of this ordinance, and shall be
at least two feet by three feet in size.
Section 9. Enforcement
Each violation of this ordinance shall be punishable by up to thirty days
imprisonment and a five hundred dollar fine. Each day shall be deemed a
Residents of the Republic of MONTANA shall also have the right to enforce
this ordinance by appropriate civil actions for declaratory or injunctive
Section 10. Severability
If any section, subsection, paragraph, or word of this ordinance shall be
held to be invalid, either on its face or as applied, the invalidity of
such provision shall not affect the other sections, subsections paragraphs,
sentences or words of this ordinance and the application thereof; and to
that end the sections, subsections, paragraphs, sentences and words of this
ordinance shall be deemed to be severable.
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