How to prevent the iron curtain from closing
Posted On July 7, 2021
Conservatives are not happy with the idea of allowing the United States to close its borders to foreigners.
So the Obama administration is trying to make it seem like it will do that.
But it is not doing it well.
What are the main points of the Obama plan?
The first thing that must be done is to stop the flow of foreign money into politics.
The U.S. needs to impose the same rules on foreign companies that it imposes on U.K. companies that want to buy American shares.
The rules should be as stringent as the ones applied to U.N. arms-control negotiations.
The administration has suggested it would enforce those rules even tighter.
If we can’t get the U.A.E. to do the right thing, we will use our leverage.
The second thing the U,S.
and its allies should do is stop importing any U.F.O.s and other military equipment from countries that are not in the G8, and those countries must be subject to a U.P.C. (United Nations Protective Force) order that restricts their movement and the sale of their goods.
The United States should also make clear that any arms-deal that involves the sale to countries that aren’t in the UF.
A., the rules for the UN. force and its enforcement should be similar to those for the G7.
The third thing is to make sure that our security is not threatened by countries that don’t adhere to the UFP and the other safeguards that are in place.
There are several factors that should be taken into account, including the nature of the foreign country and the degree of U.U.S.-U.N.-sponsored security.
There is a strong case that Saudi Arabia is a threat.
It has the capability to launch a nuclear weapon.
It is also a major supplier of military equipment to countries in the Middle East that have been allies of Israel, such as Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq.
The State Department and other officials say that the Saudi government has made clear that it would attack Israel, and it has done so many times.
It will be a very difficult time for the United Nations if that country goes nuclear.
And if Saudi Arabia goes nuclear, it would be an easy target for a lot of countries in Africa and Asia.
The fourth thing is that we should make it clear that if there are any countries that we are negotiating with that are committing a crime, they should be subject not just to UFP but also to the United Nation Security Council sanctions.
That means they would be subject only to the sanctions that apply to the most serious crimes against humanity and war crimes, but it would also mean that the UG (United States) would have to take a much tougher stance.
The fifth thing is not to open a trade war.
We should make clear to countries who are doing business with us that we expect them to abide by all the safeguards we put in place to ensure the safety of their people and the environment.
The sixth thing is this: We have to ensure that we get our own people out of the country.
That’s why we need to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center, because we are in a position now to do so.
We need to ensure there are no more Guantanamo Bay detainees.
We also need to make clear, as President Obama has done, that we want to close this detention center for good.
The seventh point is to create a permanent system of international arbitration.
We have got to have a system of UFP arbitration that will be available to all nations, not just the United Kingdom.
That will mean that our rules will be clear and we will be able to say that we will enforce our rules on the other side of the Atlantic and not just in the United Sates.
The eighth point is that all our commitments under the UDRP and other rules that are put in effect are meant to protect our interests and our sovereignty.
We can and must defend our interests.
The ninth point is not just about defending our sovereignty, but also about making sure that we don’t open the gates of hell.
We are not going to be the only country that does that.