Item description for The Beast on the East River: The UN Threat to America's Sovereignty and Security by Nathan Tabor...
Overview In his debut book, a rising conservative voice offers a frightening expose of the United Nations' global power grab and its ruthless attempt to control U.S. education, law, gun ownership, taxation, and population control.
"Is the United Nations the benign force for good that so many proclaim? Or is there a darker agenda at work behind the scenes? Nathan Tabor reveals the sinister plan behind the glossy image of world cooperation painted by the UN and its defenders.
"The Beast on the East River" includes original research into key policy areas, including population control, education, and the international criminal court. And it offers practical steps that concerned American citizens can take before it's too late.
In his debut book, rising conservative voice Nathan Tabor offers a frightening expose of the United Nations' global power grab and its ruthless attempt to control US education, law, gun ownership, taxation, and reproductive rights.
"We are already very nearly at the point of no return," says Tabor, "and most Americans aren't even aware of the impending danger. This book is a call to immediate action―read its contents very carefully. What you will discover may surprise and anger you."
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.32" Width: 6.48" Height: 1.02" Weight: 1.07 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2006
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 1595550534 ISBN13 9781595550538 UPC 020049140390
Reviews - What do customers think about The Beast on the East River: The UN Threat to America's Sovereignty and Security?
Emerging Suprapower Oct 21, 2007
"Beast on the East River" is a thought-provoking book for anyone who appreciates their constitutional freedoms guaranteed by American national sovereignty. "Beast" examines the progressive steps the UN and its agencies have already taken, which threaten US sovereignty and ultimately the personal freedoms of every American citizen. It describes the rise of an unaccountable World Court capable of nabbing any individual; the largest land grab in the history of man, through the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST); and the gradual shift of power to forces unfriendly to the United States. It is alarming. A must-read for every American citizen.
BEAST ON THE EAST RIVER a must read for every American Sep 10, 2007
I ordered Nathon Tabor's BEAST ON THE EAST RIVER when I found myself embroiled in a fight to stop World Heritage Site designation of White Sands National Monument in southern New Mexico's Otero County. I didn't know much more about the U.N. than what I read in the news; and most of that was unfavorable. I was uneasy about having the U.N. as a neighbor to White Sands Missile Range and Holloman AFB, as well as to Alamogordo, NM and Otero County, NM. I became involved with other residents opposed to the WHS designation in our county. As I researched the U.N., Tabor's book surfaced. The BEAST ON THE EAST RIVER gave us understanding on how UNESCO works and gave us direction in exposing the diminishing creeping effects of WHS buffer zones and pooling American sovereignty with international law. Many thanks to Nathon Tabor for writing this book. I'll buy him lunch if he ever comes to Alamogordo.
Bruce in Alamogordo, NM.
Shelby May 12, 2007
Thought provoking and ties into the "Left Behind Series" regarding one ruler of the world. I had a hard time putting the book down. I would recommend that everybody read this book.
Find a better book Jan 14, 2007
At risk of someone rating this comment "unhelpful" (the horror!) I will make one thing clear: I am familiar with the argument that Nathan Tabor presents in this book. I even considered buying it until I saw Mr. Tabor on C-SPAN. After watching him for half an hour, it immediately became clear that he really does have "the intellect of a 9th grader," as another review puts it.
Don't get me wrong, there is a case to be made against the United Nations--it is often a weak, feckless body that puts state sovereignty ahead of human rights. No organization that gives so much credence to serial abusers like Russia and China can be taken seriously all of the time. Nevertheless, Mr. Tabor's arguments are stale and superficial.
He spent most of his time on the program I was watching railing against World Heritage Sites, a program that declares certain cultural icons landmarks, and seeks to protect them from modification. (There are about a dozen such sites in the United States, including the Everglades.) Then he went down a war path about the UN campaign to control the trade of small arms to African dictators. He claims the UN wants to take away the firearms of American gun owners, essentially scrapping the second amendment. He does not present any evidence to support this view, and from what I've read in major newspapers, there's little evidence he could present anyway. (To those who disagree, I ask you this: If the UN wanted to take away our guns, how could they do so? They're too weak.)
There are better books for learning about the UN, regardless of your current opinion of the organization. Paranoid crap like this just gets in the way of real debate.
Awesome Dec 28, 2006
With the risk being labeled a "raging right-wing paranoid with the intellect of a 9th grader", I want to publicly say this book is great. Shockingly honest and upfront, Nathan tells it how it is. You can take the facts and make your own opinion. I have found nothing in the book to be false or misleading. It is a very captivating read leaving you wondering what you can do to help keep the US a sovereign nation.