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By Pastor Chuck Baldwin

May 25, 2004

Writing for The Washington Times, Bill Gertz reported, "The Pentagon and State Department are planning to set up a 75,000- member international peacekeeping force for Africa, senior Bush administration officials told Congress yesterday."

The report continued by saying,"[Deputy Secretary of State Richard] Armitage said, 'What we envision is about a 75,000- person force, starting in Africa, [for] the training of peacekeepers, people to be available for peacekeeping.' The force will cost about $660 million over five years, with 20 percent of the money coming from State Department funds and the rest from the Defense Department. The program is called the Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI)."

The report also quoted Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz as saying, "In most cases, the U.S.-funded peacekeeping force would operate under a U.N. mandate." Wolfowitz was also quoted as saying, "an international force that could be used for peacekeeping operations would reduce 'the stresses' on U.S. forces."

If anyone doubted that President G.W. Bush was a globalist who desires to merge the United States into a one-world society, this report should be more than sufficient to erase that doubt. As did his father, G.W. Bush is pushing America closer and closer to the globalist's dream of a "New World Order."

The issue of internationalism is another one of those issues in which there is virtually no difference between the two major parties in Washington, D.C. The only difference is how conservatives will react to the news that the President of the United States is pushing for a standing UN army.

If the Washington Times had reported that President Bill Clinton was pushing for a standing UN army, conservatives would be "up in arms" about it. They would be howling their disapproval, even demanding that Clinton be removed from office. There would also be those who would doubtless call him a traitor to his country and an egregious usurper of national sovereignty.

Since it is G.W. Bush, however, who is the one calling for a standing UN army (at U.S. taxpayer's expense, no less), those same conservatives will sheepishly offer no resistance whatsoever. Beyond that, they will totally ignore this wretched plan and some will even deny that Bush would even contemplate such a plan.

The blind loyalty of conservatives to President Bush defies logic, reason, Christian principle, and even old fashioned common sense. Conservatives, especially Christian conservatives, have become the largest group of naïve, nonsensical, non-thinking, easily duped people on the planet! It's embarrassing!

President Bush's plan to create a standing UN army at U.S. expense should be met with the most vociferous opposition from every red-blooded American. This opposition should include a massive boycott of the Bush/Cheney ticket in November. And yes, Martha, there is a choice. You can bet your last dollar that Constitution Party Presidential Candidate Michael Peroutka would never propose or even tolerate such a plan.

© 2004 Chuck Baldwin - All Rights Reserved

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Chuck Baldwin is Founder-Pastor of Crossroads Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida. In 1985 the church was recognized by President Ronald Reagan for its unusual growth and influence. 

Dr. Baldwin is the host of a lively, hard-hitting syndicated radio talk show on the Genesis Communications Network called, "Chuck Baldwin Live" This is a daily, one hour long call-in show in which Dr. Baldwin addresses current event topics from a conservative Christian point of view. Pastor Baldwin writes weekly articles on the internet and newspapers.  

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"If anyone doubted that President G.W. Bush was a globalist who desires to merge the United States into a one-world society, this report should be more than sufficient to erase that doubt."