Friday, June 08, 2012

What Do You Know About the United Nations? (Part 2)

The Dark Empire of the United Nations
If the Empire of the United Nations should fall, it would be the world’s best chance for the survival of its peoples
Judi McLeod
Thursday, June 7, 2012
The United Nations, which continues uninterrupted to promote itself as the world’s infallible, fuzzy warm blanket is, in reality, a fetid swamp with everything that grows there poisonous to the outside world.
Its original homestead was an abattoir where the squeals of animals being led to slaughter could be heard on a piece of land donated by the Rockefellers
When the League of Nations collapsed in 1939, its heir apparent the UN sold the entire world a bill of goods. It grew like the proverbial Topsy to become bureaucracy on steroids and by the time anyone realized it, it was already too late.
Well hidden under the spin of altruism, the United Nations now dominates most facets of everyday human life.
Aside from sporadic reports of the inordinate amount of rapes carried out by UN Peace Keepers in Africa and the Oil for Food scandal, many perpetrators of which were never brought to justice, what has the UN ever done to improve the world besides talk about saving it?
When tens of thousands of UN delegates gathered in Johannesburg in 2002 for the World Summit on Sustainable Development, they dined on steak and lobster washed down with fine wines, as just a few miles away thirsty children lined up at the area’s only water spigot.
UN poohbahs like the Canadian-born Maurice Strong were never called on the mumbo jumbo that surrounded the well touted Earth Summit, more formally known as the UN Convention on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, in 1992, where Strong’s new age wife Hanne “maintained a drum beat with Mother Earth” while her husband and others worked to rearrange the world as we all know it.
The mumbo jumbo continued into 1997 when Strong consorted with former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev to replace the Ten Commandments with the’ UN Earth Charter’.
Although it defies belief, their jointly authored Earth Charter is carried around in an ornately decorated wooden chest called the Ark of Hope as if it were the Magna Carta or some other cherished antiquity.
The Ark of Hope is touted as a “magnificent large sycamore chest, which was conceived as a visual message of peace, sustainability and concern for the Earth.” (Only the holier-than-thou UN has “concern for the earth.”)
The Ark which carries Gorby’s and Strong’s sanctimonious Earth Charter, is categorized as an “international peoples’ treaty”, need of which was foreseen and initiated at the Rio summit. At last count, the Ark was being carried as a Show & Tell item into New York City classrooms.
And now comes this month’s June 21 UN-sponsored Rio + 20 Summit Conference on Sustainable Development—main goal of which is for industrial countries, led by the U.S. to pony up for an outrageously expensive transfer of technology and funds to the developing world.
UN officials are looking for a way to radically overhaul the world economy and usher in “global environmental governance”.
Even before the summit kicks off, the UN spent $2.8 million on bringing together 80 (count ‘em) participants, including “senior officials from relevant ministries”, representatives of business, labor, indigenous people, farmers, “youth” and “women”, among others, along with parliamentarians and media from May 15 to 17 in Dakar, Senegal.
The deranged style of the UN as a bureaucracy gone wild is apparent in their recently appointing megalomaniac Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as its head of World Tourism.
The UN has been on a roll since the election of Barack Obama as president.
As Saman Mohammadi wrote for Infowars on May 19, “Obama is not an “American” president; he is a United Nations president.”
The UN expectations, which know no bounds, are tied to September 2009 when Obama became the “first-ever” U.S. president to chair the United Nations’ 15-member Security Council.” (Source: NBC Chicago). And as Mohammadi writes, “That was only the beginning. Obama is probably being primed to be the first United Nations president, since he is obviously not a legitimate and legal American president.”
Maurice Strong, former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, and current Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, among others, have all been tailored from the same cloth. They all want One World Government and will spend the US broke getting there.
Meanwhile down through the ages empires have come and gone. If the Empire of the United Nations should fall, it would be the world’s best chance for the survival of its peoples.
Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh,, Drudge Report,, and Glenn Beck.
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Also See:
What Do You Know About the United Nations?
(Part 1)
05 January 2009
United Nations Oversees Over 830 World Heritage Sites
25 December 2010