Skip to comments.Big Media Won't Touch Agenda 21
Posted on 02/03/2005 10:37:05 PM PST by hedgetrimmer
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World domination by the Jews, Hell, Koffee anus hates Jews. It's the UN that is the problem.
Survivors Sue UN for "Complicity" in Rwanda Genocide
The United Nations is being sued, for the first time in its history, for alleged complicity in the crime of genocide. Lawyers are instituting a case on behalf of two Rwandan women whose families died during the 1994 genocide in which 800,000, mostly Tutsi people, were slaughtered by Hutus.
The women, the widow of a former Rwandan supreme court judge and the sister of a Tutsi former cabinet minister, accuse UN soldiers who were meant to defend their families of either handing them over to their killers or running away.
The UN secretary general, Kofi Annan, has expressed regret, and admitted UN failings in responding to the genocide.
In its preamble, the U.N. Charter says it was formed to "save succeeding generations from the scourge of war." The truth is, that the U.N. has done more to prevent peace, than to prevent war. In its entire history, the U.N. Security Council has voted to authorize military intervention only three times: in Korea, in the 1991 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, and in the 2002 intervention in Afghanistan all at the request of the United States.
While hundreds of thousands of people were being hacked to death in Rwanda, the U.N. talked, but did nothing. While ethnic cleansing was occurring in the Balkans, the U.N. talked, but did nothing. The chronology of slaughter during the life of the U.N. is inescapable evidence of the U.N.'s abject failure to "save succeeding generations from the scourge of war."
First destroy the family stucture than you can get away with anything. We are fighting with each other like the Arabs use Israel to divert attention from the real problems. I know it's all for the good of the planet but it's the way they are going about doing it that is disturbing.
I'm glad he posted this or I would have never known about Agenda 21.
Good post! Thanks for the info, I am adding it to my research notes.
And yes, I've paid attention to recent Islamofascist leadership moves and some of their other alliances. It's also very noticeable that our Navy is and has been hard at work in those areas (nothing class'd, but in the world civilian news for many months).
History involving the Protocols of the Elders of Zion Nazi forgery figures very much into that, too. It and similar literature are being republished in some of those areas. ...don't know what it has to do with the socialist land grab racket, though.
Don't worry, they were Cayman Island jets. They came with the package deal with the UN for the Liberty Bell.
Are you kidding ? The US governmet is in on it.
Do current moves regarding that Treaty have anything to do with China's obvious efforts to own certain ocean spots (trade/military routes)?
I was hoping W. would be more like his mother than his father.
Bush disappointed me the day he made the speech to the UN saying they were irrelevant and in the same breadth he committed us to UNESCO. I also didn't like the fact that we had foreign planes in our skies after 9/11 for months. It still galls me that the UN was invited to monitor our elections. OSCE was created by the UN to monitor elections.
Re: After about six months of reading... oops, is Nancy Levant's story.
My story is different, but I certainly appreciate your appreciation!
Actually, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion was a forgery made by the Czar's secret police.
The root of many later conspiracy theories of powerful groups attempting to dominate the world through deceptive means.
I'm sorry, but our national story doesn't end with us as UN chattel. We've beaten far worse then that bunch of dopes.
Senator Lugar is involved in getting L.O.S.T. passed.
This is real. I cannot thank hedgetrimmer enough for bringing this to my attention.
I can't believe I had never heard of it before.
Didn't they call the Wright Bros. kooks for saying they could fly?
read Dave Kopel's reports on it -
many live links within the story and a must read.
Kopel is not a Bush supporter... at least he wasn't in "00. not sure now..
The two-week conference was the result of General Assembly Resolution 54/54, adopted Dec. 15, 1999. According to the U.N. itself, the conference "was convened to address the increasing threat to human security from the spread of small arms and light weapons and their illegal trade." Note that "illegal trade" is only one part of the threat. "The spread of small arms" is considered a threat in itself.
At the conference, speaker after speaker made it clear that "excessive" quantities of guns (i.e., any guns in civilian hands) was a problem in itself, separate from the issue of illegal trade. Rey Pagtakhan, the Canadian secretary of state, condemned "The excessive and destabilizing accumulation and uncontrolled spread of small arms."
Ireland's U.N. delegate declared, "States must stop exporting of small arms and light weapons to all except other governments. All states must suppress private ownership of small arms and light weapons."
Likewise pushing for severe domestic restrictions was the "Eminent Persons Group" (no kidding) consisting of 23 anti-gun busybodies. American members included U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein and Robert McNamara, who followed his tenure as the worst defense secretary (leading the U.S. into what he knew was an unwinnable war in Vietnam) with an even more destructive, albeit quieter, tenure as president of the World Bank, in which he shoveled aid and loans at third-world kleptocracies which used the money to oppress their subject peoples. The indigenous victims of the World Bank/kleptocracy alliance are the kind of people whom the Eminent Persons Group does not want to have guns.
U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan equated small arms to nuclear weapons or chemical warfare weapons thus demonizing them, and implying that they should never be in civilian hands. He said that small arms are "'weapons of mass destruction' in terms of the carnage they cause." Annan compared the current campaign against small arms to the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) whose objective, of course, is total prohibition. The ICBL, by the way, proclaims that it is about "much more than the eventual elimination of landmines", and is furious at the Bush administration's stance at the U.N. Small Arms Conference
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