Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 14, 2005
A new book by Joe Klein has developed a surprise following among delegates to and employees of the United Nations. While UN personnel may be a cosmopolitan and well-read group, their sudden interest in this particular book comes as a shock to many and may, according to the book's author, reveal widespread internal distrust of the leadership of this global institution.
Klein's "Global Deception: The UN's Stealth Assault on America's Freedom" (World Ahead Publishing; hardcover: $25.95; ISBN 0974670146) paints a grim picture of the United Nations. The author claims that the UN's once noble ideals have been corrupted by a powerful clique of "globalists" who seek to transform the organization created by Harry Truman and Winston Churchill to serve the world's nations into a platform to govern them. This agenda, Klein asserted, has turned the UN into a coven of special interest groups and pitted it against the world's only remaining superpower, the United States.
"UN delegates and employees understand better than anyone how Kofi Annan and his fellow globalists have corrupted that organization's potential," says Klein, a New York attorney who studied at Harvard Law under Archibald Cox. "I am pleased to hear of their enthusiasm over my book -- hopefully it can serve to further educate them about the shortcomings of the globalist agenda and bring about desperately needed change within the United Nations."
"We've been surprised by the dozens of people affiliated with the UN who have contacted us to request a copy of 'Global Deception,'" adds Eric M. Jackson, the president of World Ahead Publishing. "Personnel stationed everywhere from Turtle Bay to as far away as China have written to us about it." Jackson notes that the publishing house is currently offering complimentary copies of "Global Deception" to UN-affiliated personnel who contact them, and it has an inquiry into the UN's Department of Public Information to determine if the organization would be willing to assist them in distributing copies to employees.
Klein's book has developed a loyal following since its debut last month. Whereas many conservative critics have disparaged the UN for corruption and called for the United States' withdrawal, "Global Deception" makes the case that powerful ideologues -- not the organization itself -- are to blame and that the UN can be reformed. But the path to reform may be an uphill road, admits Klein, since activist judges within the US judiciary are increasingly invoking foreign precedents in a way that strengthens the globalists' agenda.
"Hopefully the enthusiasm on the part of UN staff to read my book indicates a recognition the organization must reform and return to its founding ideals," says Klein. "Otherwise, the antagonism between the United States and the UN will continue, ensuring that the global institution never recognizes its true potential."
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