Look no further than Article VI of the U.S. Constitution to see why Dick Morris is wrong about the “Law Of The Sea Treaty

Commentary by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist

Dick asserts in his monologue below that once signed it would take a constitutional amendment for a country to leave.  Look no further than Article VI of the U.S. Constitution. He is incorrect.

HERE ARE THE CLEAR IRREFUTABLE FACTS: The U.S. Supreme Court has made it very clear that

1) Treaties do not override the U.S. Constitution.
2) Treaties cannot amend the Constitution. And last,

3) A treaty can be nullified by a statute passed by the U.S. Congress (or by a sovereign State or States if Congress refuses to do so), when the State deems a treaty the performance of a treaty is self-destructive. The law of self-preservation overrules the law of obligation in others. When you’ve read this thoroughly, hopefully, you will never again sit quietly by when someone — anyone — claims that treaties supersede the Constitution. Help to dispel this myth.

“This [Supreme] Court has regularly and uniformly recognized the supremacy of the Constitution over a treaty.” – Reid v. Covert, October 1956, 354 U.S. 1, at pg 17.

LOST would clearly violate the sovereignty of  the U.S. Constitution by forcing shared technology and moneys to be given from the United States to this U.N. Shame.

This is obviously above the pay grade of two of our most infamous law professors, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton both of whom are pushing this go no where legislation. 

All civil magistrates are bound by oath to abide by the U.S. Constitution, and nowhere in the U.S. Constitution is any authority given for these United States to be subject to and bound by any earthly piece of paper that abrogates or is alien to the Constitution of the United States. As a matter of fact, Article VI, paragraph 2, the latter half of which is quoted at the outset above, in its first half, says only three (3) pronouncements are “the supreme Law of the Land”


(1) “THIS [the U.S.] Constitution,” (2) “the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof” (i.e., as permitted by, in conformity with, and to implement this Constitution), and (3) “all treaties made….under the Authority of the United States” (“under” designates that treaties are not over, not above, and not even equal to the authority of the United States granted to it by the States via the U.S. Constitution – but remain under, inferior to its jurisdiction).

A treaty may not do or exceed what the Congress is charged to do or what it is forbidden to do. Constitutional authority supersedes, overrules, and precludes any contrary treaty authority.

A properly/legally concluded U.S. treaty overrules any STATE law and any STATE Constitution, but a properly/legally framed U.S. treaty does not, may not, can not, and is forbidden to overrule the U.S. Constitution or abrogate the Sovereignty of the United States. If it does, it is not bona fide. It is a usurpation. It is not “under the Authority of the United States” to make such a treaty.

Although many Americans may never have heard of the Law of the Sea Treaty and those who did know about it probably thought it was dead on arrival in the U.S. Senate a couple of year ago, are in for a shock. Yes, the Creature from the Ocean’s Floor, better known as the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) is back and it is rearing its ugly, globalist head once again. The LOST is a national sovereignty-killing creature created by
supporters of the New World Order who also want the United Nations to ultimately be the one and only world government. It is specifically designed to destroy the sovereignty of all nations, to limit the rights of their citizens and take control over the majority of the earth’s resources in the oceans, including those within America’s territorial waters. The enemies of Liberty and Freedom have created a monster that poses more of a danger to America’s sovereignty and to our individual Freedoms and Liberty than any foreign military force ever has and we must be prepared to kill the creature before it kills us.
The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) was first conceived in the early 1980’s by the United Nations as a method for them to gain control of most of the activities on, over, and beneath the ocean’s surface. The fundamental premise of the Law of the Sea Treaty is that the resources on the ocean’s floor belong to all of the people of the world and those resources should be protected and controlled by an international organization like the United Nations. Although that may sound like a noble goal, in order to achieve this goal, the United Nations has created a multinational, bureaucratic creature called the International Seabed Authority (“ISA”) and charged this entity with regulating and controlling the world’s mineral resources in the oceans.
When President Reagan was president, he objected to several of the treaty’s provisions that would have resulted in surrendering our nation’s sovereignty and refused to sign it, but that didn’t stop the proponents of world government and the New World Order. In 1994, the “progressives (a nice term used to describe communists) at the United Nations decided to keep moving forward with their plans by creating a diversion they called an  “Agreement of Implementation” that was supposed to address the concerns of the United States and other industrialized nations. It didn’t change anything. This new agreement was all smoke and mirrors, but our Oxford educated, globalist president Bill Clinton signed it anyway.  The Senate, however, refused to ratify it, as required by the U.S. Constitution.
Proposed regulations in the new Law of the Sea Treaty will require private companies that want to conduct exploration and mining operations in international waters to submit substantial application fees to the UN’s International Seabed Authority (ISA), which in turn would allow the ISA to use these application fees to partially pay for its own mining efforts through its own mining subsidy, called the Enterprise. Corporations from member nations operating in international waters would have to pay annual fees and even be taxed to pay a percentage of their profits to the ISA. These corporations would also be expected to share their mining and navigational technology with third world countries to ensure that opportunities aren’t restricted to more technologically advanced.  This is insane. The decision to grant or to withhold mining permits in international waters would now be decided by unelected, globalist bureaucrats at the United Nation’s International Seabed Authority (ISA).
The Treaty would essentially give the United Nations, a notoriously corrupt, anti-American, anti-capitalist and un-democratic organization, the power to assert control over 70% of the earth’s surface.
Using the regulations issued by the ISA, the United Nations would now be given the power to levy international fees and taxes on American companies. Mining approvals would be highly politicized and could discriminate against American operators. The United Nations would be given the power to regulate ocean research, exploration, fishing, marine environmental protection and navigation. They could even impose production quotas and licensing requirements on American fishermen operating in international waters.
The United Nations, through the ISA, would be given the power to create an international court system to render and enforce its judgments! This new system would lie outside the jurisdiction of the U.S. legal system and the U.S. Constitution, leaving American citizens and businesses at the mercy of international tribunals whose corrupt UN bureaucrats could subject them to Sharia Law or other non-Western legal traditions.
The Treaty calls for prosperous member nations like the United States to provide financial and technical assistance not only to developing countries, but also to “people who have not attained full independence or other self-governing status” (codeword for groups such as the Palestinians).
The Treaty would do irreparable harm to U.S. military and intelligence operations and would force the United States to hand over proprietary technology to less developed third-world countries, many of whom are actively hostile to U.S. interests.  Giving up the U.S. Navy’s long established primary mission of “maintaining freedom of the seas for all” and handing it over to a historically corrupt organization like the United Nations should be unthinkable.
The most important objection concerns Article 314 of The Law of the Sea Treaty (located in Part XVII) that empowers the LOST member Assembly, dominated by nations of the developing world, to amend the terms of the treaty over the objection of any individual member state. In other words, the terms of the treaty could be changed significantly and the United States would have to abide by those changes without the U.S. Senate having the opportunity to consent to the changes. This undermines U.S. sovereignty and is clearly unconstitutional.
The Law of the Sea Treaty creates a new United Nations’ worldwide bureaucracy that will create a whole new restrictive system of destructive environmental regulations that would be costly and counter-productive to American businesses, while at the same time, handing over the hard-earned, American taxpayer money to  many of our enemies.
The socialists, Marxists, globalists and other supporters of the New World Order keep pushing for this treaty. Senator Harry Reid has indicated that he might reintroduce the treaty in the Senate for a vote in the near future and Barack Obama, our socialist President, who is a long term advocate of the Law of the Sea Treaty, has indicated that he will sign it if passed by the Senate.
I ask American citizens to contact their U.S. Senators and urge them to review Article 314 of the Law of the Sea Treaty and Article II, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, before they vote on the ratification of this treaty. Our Constitution requires that two thirds of our Senate must approve any treaty. When changes to any treaties are made, our Senators have the authority and responsibility to review those changes and not surrender our sovereignty to UN bureaucrats and foreign governments.
This Creature from the Ocean’s Floor, better known as the Law of the Sea Treaty, has been created and written specifically to undercut America’s sovereignty and move us towards global governance and a New World Order where the constitutional rights of the American people, our national sovereignty and the military power of the United States would be subordinated to the whims of a group of corrupt, unelected, third-world bureaucrats who have no interest in the
My fellow Americans, it’s time to kill this Creature from the Ocean’s Floor once and for all.  I firmly believe that any U.S. Senator who knowingly votes to ratify this new version of the Law of the Sea Treaty, which contains articles that threaten our nation’s sovereignty, that deliberately subordinates the United States Constitution to globalist, international laws, that authorizes the international taxation of our citizens, and that is designed to severely limit the Liberty and Freedoms enjoyed by American Citizens under the U.S. Constitution, is guilty of Treason.
I also believe that it is now time to cut off the ‘Serpent’s Head of the New World Order’ affectionately called the United Nations by the globalist, communist Elite who have been using the UN as part of their plan to destroy us.
It’s time that we get out of the United Nations, cut off their funding, seize the UN property in America under federal RICO statutes (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization) and give them their Eviction notice.
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9 thoughts on “Look no further than Article VI of the U.S. Constitution to see why Dick Morris is wrong about the “Law Of The Sea Treaty

  1. Arrogance of the illusion of power is the hallmark of any office.

  2. Jim, I LOVE YOU! sending part of this to the abomination in the Out House in DC. If I disappear they really did get me! LOL Don’t care he is .. excuse me THEY ARE SOB POS and CAMEL DUNG!

  3. Thanks you just answered my question on the previous post. Haven’t read it all but saving to do so.

  4. Billary and obamaislamadingdong are hoping and praying to their master beezlebubb that no one knows anything about the Constitution so that they can just slip this past the people without so much as a whimper of protest! Time to let them know loud and clear that we the people do know!

  5. Freedom of the seas has long been a US claim but not in the constitution. How can we claim it or expect sovereign nation to abide by it.? By treaties. How do nations cooperate on anything without treaties? The C says president in charge of foreign policy. There is nothing in the C stipulating what he can or cannot do re international relations. The congress does have checks in that it can reject treaty or refuse to fund it but once again there in nothing in C that controls content. International law or treaties have nothing to do with the opinion of the supreme court. A president’s power continues to expand giving him more unchecked power to initiaye what ever he please on a world scale but that is not the C that is in jeopardy, it is the balance of powers in jeopardy.

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