The United Nations wants parents who physically discipline their children with smacks or spankings to be thrown behind bars and have their families torn to shreds by government. Of course, the “Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Violence against Children,” Marta Santos Pais, did not put it quite that explicitly. But that is an accurate description of the UN bureaucrat's demands, as issued in a series of official statements posted on the UN's website this month. It is also part of the global agenda to destroy parental rights, as envisioned in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) that Santos Pais helped write and that extremists in the United States are trying to impose on the American people.
Globalist kingpins and their lackeys from across the Western world are meeting in Dresden, Germany, this week for the shadowy and deeply controversial 2016 Bilderberg summit. If past statements by Bilderberg bigwigs are to be believed, the collection of powerful internationalists and lower-level figures they hope to influence will be plotting against the interests of their home countries, under the guise of fostering transatlantic “informal discussions.” As usual, paranoid Bilderberg attendees will be huddled behind armies of taxpayer-funded police and security protections, as if they had something to hide. But based on the surging levels of media interest, the secrecy traditionally associated with the gathering appears to be slowly eroding.
You think there are too many immigrants from the Middle East? Posting your disgust on the Internet can get you jail time in Britain.
It's a perfect metaphor for modern times: a miracle of the most advanced technology celebrated with a presentation of the most primitive morality. Welcome to the post-Christian, neo-pagan West.
As the British literally decide the future of their nation with an upcoming vote on whether to leave the European Union, the rise of foreign robbers, rapists, and murderers from other EU nations may cause British voters to say enough is enough.