In Memoriam: Columnist Henry Lamb dies at 74

Globalism expert was vociferous defender of Constitution, U.S. sovereignty

Henry Lamb


Longtime exclusive WND columnist, constitutionalist and defender of U.S. sovereignty Henry Lamb passed away earlier today after facing several health challenges over the last few months. He was 74.

Lamb was a tireless defender of U.S. sovereignty and expert in the United Nations and moves toward global governance. His 2008 book is entitled, “The Rise of Global Governance.”

Suffering from respiratory and circulatory problems, Lamb spent time in the Intensive Care Unit in November, fought his way back and returned to writing his weekly column by the 1st of the year. His last WND column, “Money in politics? Framers had the solution,” was published May 4.

“Henry Lamb was a stalwart champion of constitutional values and national sovereignty,” stated WND commentary editor Ron Strom. “He educated countless Americans about globalist schemes and threats to personal property rights. Henry was inspirational for both his fortitude and his graciousness.”

Lamb was the founding chairman of Sovereignty International and the founding CEO of the Environmental Conservation Organization, as well as founder of Freedom21 Inc.. His weekend column has appeared in WND since 1999.

Lamb attended United Nations meetings around the world, was a frequent speaker at conferences and workshops across the country, and was a regular guest on dozens of talk-radio programs. He has provided testimony for the U.S. Congress, as well as state legislatures, and served as a consultant on U.N. affairs to Fox News. He also serves on various boards and committees of organizations that promote environmental stewardship, private property rights and constitutional values.

Henry attended Manatee Junior College in Bradenton, Fla.; Stetson University in DeLand, Fla.; and did his graduate work at the University of North Carolina.

Lamb argued compellingly for repealing the 17th Amendment to the Constitution, which changed the way U.S. senators were chosen, and lent his support to efforts to do just that.

These testimonials were recorded prior to his death…

The tribute to Henry continues at WorldNetDaily.

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