U.S. soldiers forced to wear U.N. logo? Appeal explains Clinton's secret executive order
In the 1990s, conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly wrote a moving description
of the plight of U.S. Army Specialist E-4 Michael G. New, a medic in
the Third Infantry Division who was drummed out of the military because
he refused to wear the uniform of the United Nations.
“When American soldiers were killed over Iraq,” she wrote, “Vice
President Al Gore told the widows and orphans of those men that ‘they
died in the service of the United Nations.’ That wasn’t a slip of the
tongue; his words reveal the Clinton administration’s plan to use our
armed forces as U.N. mercenaries all over the world at the whim of U.N.
Schlafly’s article quoted New himself to get the message across: “I took
an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States of America
against all enemies, foreign and domestic. My Army enlistment oath is to
the Constitution. I cannot find any reference to the United Nations in
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