When ratified, any treaty - even if inherently unconstitutional - is then the law of the land.
- Article II, Section 2., paragraph 2:
- [The President] shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur.
Protecting various natural habitats (biospheres in NewSpeak) is certainly very important, but allowing foreign bureaucrats to dictate the terms of protecting such habitats on US soil, to the point of banning citizens' activity in such habitats, strikes me as a slick cover for nefarious NWO projects in such places.
Offered by Brad.
From the Sightings website:
Inside Yellowstone, the Park Service is shutting down campgrounds as the park is being prepared to become the core of a huge biosphere reserve, as part of the United Nations global plan. Once established, no human activity will be permitted in the area. This represents fulfillment of plans outlined in the United Nation's Biodiversity Treaty - which, though still unratified by the U.S. Senate, is being implemented by the Clinton Administration.