Can't serve U.S. and the U.N.

November 1, 2013 

Thank you very much to Leon Anderson for his letter in the BND on Oct. 27. He was very correct. He needs to keep it up.

On to Colby Sellers. He needs to learn more about the United Nations and its Agenda 21 for the United States before he speaks. I believe we are only supporting men from around the world who enjoy the benefits of coming to the U.S. for their expensive meetings and pleasures.

I would also like to know if it is legal for our U.S. soldiers to put on the U.N. uniform when they are serving.

It would be nice if Sellers could talk to former Army Spec. Michael New. When President Clinton tried to hand control of our military over to the U.N., New stood up to him because he did not want to be a mercenary for the U.N. I repeat, mercenary; know what that is?

I would also like to know whether our service people are told when they sign up to serve that they might have to wear the U.N. uniform? I believe they should be told.

Can anyone answer my questions, please?

Betty Homyer

Granite City

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