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The Beast on the East River

The U.N. Threat to America's Sovereignty and Security

by Nathan Tabor

In The Beast on the East River, Nathan Tabor offers a unique perspective on the United Nations vis-ˆ-vis its relationship with the United States, as well as its overall mission and long-term goals as an organization.

While an entire library of books have been written on the UN, most have dealt primarily with its effectiveness (or lack thereof) at peacekeeping, nation-building, and forestalling/halting international aggression. Other books have tackled the United NationÕs cumbersome procedures, the anti-Semitism of the General Assembly, or links between member states and terrorism. The Beast on the East River hits closer to home; it is an unflinching look at how the United Nations has undermined not only the concept of national sovereignty, but has compromised the sovereignty of the United States itself.

In addition, Nathan diverges sharply from the prevailing wisdom on his diagnosis of the UN. Most exposés on the United Nations highlight its flaws with the aim of improving or reforming the institution. There is a reason for that; most believe that the UN began as a noble idea, that as time went on, it fell into decay, corruption, and irrelevance. The Beast on the East River reveals the folly of such thinking. The United Nations was founded upon the idea of supersedingÑindeed, usurping national sovereignty. The United Nations is problematic not because it has gone off the rails, but because it is doing precisely what it was created to doÑconstruct a new international order by gathering power to itself. Worst of all, the insistence of the UN bureaucrats on viewing the world order as a zero-sum affair has placed us squarely in their pathÑfriction is inevitable, for they claim squattersÕ rights on the issues of sovereignty, taxation, and the right to maintain a standing army. The question of our era is not how to reform the United Nations; rather, it is this: who does your allegiance lie with? The Constitution of the United States, or the unaccountable, ever-expanding bureaucracy at Turtle Bay?

Nathan Tabor

About Nathan Tabor

Nathan Tabor is the Founder and CEO of TCVmedia.com and TheConservativeVoice.com. After just eighteen months, TheConservativeVoice.com gets over 250,000 unique visitors a month, 1.7 million page views and has over 150,000 email subscribers. The Conservative Voice has over 100 columnists and features up-to-the-minute news. He is heard daily on over 250 stations nationally with AConservativeMoment.com.

At 29, Nathan ran for Congress (NC5) in an eight way primary. He raised over $750,000 and received over 7,500 votes in the most expensive primary in American history. Nathan's supporters included Dick Armey, Ed Meese, Steve Moore, Art Laffer, Pat Robertson, Bob Jones III, Congressmen Robert Aderholt, Congressmen Trent Franks, Congressmen Jim Ryun, Beverly and Tim LaHaye, Mike Farris and many others. Dr. Jerry Falwell dubbed him the "young Jesse Helms."

Nathan received his BA in psychology from St. Andrews Presbyterian College and his MA in public policy from Regent University.

Nathan is married to Jordan and they have a baby girl, Abigail.

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