After decades of persecuting whistleblowers who expose everything from fraud and corruption to the widespread rape of children by United Nations “peacekeeping” troops, the UN's scandalous efforts to silence and crush those who blow the whistle on wrongdoing are slowly coming into the limelight. The explosive case of Anders Kompass, who exposed rape of children by peacekeepers in the Central African Republic and faced retaliation from the UN's top leadership, drew headlines and outrage worldwide. But the Kompass case was merely the tip of a gigantic iceberg with massive implications — not just for honest UN workers, but for humanity as a whole. And unless serious actions are taken to stop it, the problems will keep getting worse.

Under the guise of battling “violent extremists” and the Islamic State in particular the United Nations and the Obama administration unveiled a plan this week to wage a global war on “ideologies.”



Speaking on MSNBC’s MTP Daily on September 29, Jose Diaz-Balart, the news anchor of MSNBC’ The Rundown (as well as the Spanish language Telemundo network’s news program, Noticiero Telemundo), said that since the Obama administration opened up diplomatic relations with Cuba political repression in the island communist nation has only increased.

A far-reaching United Nations plot to re-engineer civilization and impose global socialism on humanity, variously dubbed “Agenda 2030” and the “Sustainable Development Agenda,” was ushered in on Friday with a “thunderous standing ovation,” the UN Department of Public Information reported. Every one of the 193 UN member governments on the planet — from communist and Islamist dictatorships to those ruling what remains of the “Free World” — vowed to help impose the UN's controversial goals on their subjects. Indeed, according to the UN and the global agreement itself, not a single human being will be allowed to escape what one prominent internationalist ominously referred to as the next “Great Leap Forward.”

Pope Francis wants to end poverty by means of radical UN environmental policies, but is he in for a surprise?

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