STATE OF WISCONSIN, LRB-3504/3 JS:kaf:jf, 1997-1998 Legislature 1997 ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION 67 August 28, 1997 - Introduced by Representatives UNDERHEIM, SCHAFER, ZUKOWSKI, OTTE, GROTHMAN, GUNDERSON, ALBERS, SERATTI, GOETSCH, F. LASEE and NASS, cosponsored by Senators DRZEWIECKI and FARROW. Referred to Committee on State-Federal Relations. Relating to: memorializing Congress to cease certain activities concerning the United Nations and directing distribution. Whereas, President Clinton has affirmed that his foreign policy regarding the deployment of U.S. military forces under the authority of the United Nations will bear little change from that of his predecessor; and Whereas, the constitutional role of the U.S. military is to protect the life, liberty and property of United States citizens and to defend our nation against insurrection or foreign invasion; and Whereas, the United States is an independent, sovereign nation and not a tributary of the United Nations; and Whereas, there is no popular support for the establishment of a "new world order" or world sovereignty of any kind either under the United Nations or under any world body in any form of global government; and Whereas, global government would mean the destruction of our Constitution and corruption of the spirit of the Declaration of Independence, our freedom and our way of life; now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate concurring, That the legislature of the State of Wisconsin memorializes the U. S. Congress to cease appropriating U. S. funds for any military activity that Congress has not authorized, to cease engaging in military activity under the authority of the United Nations or any world body, to cease giving aid to any activity that is under the jurisdiction of the United Nations or any world body, to cease supporting the establishment of a "new world order" or any form of global government and to refrain from taking any further steps toward the economic or political merger of the United States into a world body or any form of world government; and, be it further Resolved, That the Assembly chief clerk shall provide copies of this joint resolution to the clerk of the U. S. House of Representatives, the secretary of the U. S. Senate and each member of this State's congressional delegation.