Now, let's say it's a 'democracy'... well, any insect outnumbers humans 1000's to 1, so what humans want is irrelevant, and if this judge decides that the bees want cities demolished to be replaced with plantlife, well, the people that don't well, they cast their vote and 'oh the bees win again'.
It's limitless legal power and it makes laws based on arbitrary decisions, it's a system that is ripe for abuse and should not be installed in any way. It's too bad that Obama now puts precedence in the UN / Nato / Muslim brotherhood then he does in the US congress, so maybe it's a sign of the times.
But, have you actually read through the UN constitution? Agenda 21?
Ya, because you start with what sounds like "reasonable limits", like banning agent orange because of whatever plant life it destroys... then as the power grows, then whoever gains this power will use it for their own ends, and power almost always leads to an abuse of power... there's no reason we should sign up to facilitate this process at an international level.Somehow "we should put limits on the damage we do to the environment" translates to "ILL GO TO JAIL FOR KILLING MOSQUITOS!!!"