"I solemnly affirm to exercise in all loyalty, discretion and
conscience the functions entrusted to me as a member of the
international service of the United Nations, to discharge those
functions and regulate my conduct with the interest of the United
Nations only in view, and not to seek or accept instructions in
respect to the performance of my duties from any government or other
authority external to the organization."
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Any US official who takes this oath commits treason against the United States. One cannot serve two masters.
 -- E Archer, NYC     
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     -- Anonymous      
    When presdents, governors, legislators and judges swear oaths under penalty of death to support the second most powerful force on earth which is Freemasonry and headquartered in London, what significance can oaths to uphold and defend the U.S, Constitution have? NONE!
     -- Dave Wilber, St. Louis     
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    Sounds like globalization too me!
     -- Sam, Frisco City Alabama     
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    They all violate this oath. They are pure corruption with no viable check on their power. Few of the members abide by their agreements, only the more honest ones like the U.S.
     -- warren, olathe     
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     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    William Jefferson Clinton took this oath as a officer of the United Nothings under Kofi Annon.
     -- Flame, Bedford, Ohio     
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    Why do we need UN troops and tanks in our country? The high-ranking UN officers have to take an oath that, if ordered to fire on US citizens they would do so without hesitation!
     -- ∙,      
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     -- Anonymous      
    dissolve the UN
    custom necktie for the islamic Peace Prize "King" Barry
     -- Mark W, Aurora, CO     
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