VIDEO - The United Nations is pushing sustainable development goals, also known as “Agenda 2030”, which is contrived of 17 goals which the United Nations aims to achieve globally by the year 2030. Foreign Correspondent Alex Newman breaks down a few of these goals and shows that the real agenda is global tyranny. Alex’s findings should be beyond alarming for Americans and humanity as a whole.

In the Netherlands, the government will kill you at your request, if you are an alcoholic. Perhaps officials believe it is cheaper than paying for rehab.

Incoming United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres (shown) last week urged European Union politicians and bureaucrats to ignore voters and open up their borders, claiming the growing Islamic tsunami of African and Middle Eastern immigration into the West was “inevitable” anyway. Critics were outraged. Speaking like a committed globalist, the Socialist UN boss also suggested that “multi-ethnic,” “multi-religious,” and “multi-cultural” societies would be the only ones to succeed.  

On a visit to Communist China this week, though, not a word was said by the new UN chief about the brutal regime's penchant for kidnapping savagely persecuted North Koreans and sending them back to be tortured and then murdered by the most barbarous totalitarian dictatorship on the planet. Instead, Guterres praised the communist tyrants in Beijing, currently engaged in what experts call the “cultural genocide” of Tibet, and encouraged the regime to continue pursuing its leadership role in what the UN refers to as “global governance.”

VIDEO - In this video, Foreign Correspondent Alex Newman with The New American exposes the farce that is the United Nations Human Rights Council. The organization is dominated by dictators of different varieties--Communist China and Cuba, Islamist Saudi Arabia, and so on. It is a disgrace to the cause of human freedom. Alex argues that it's time for this disgrace to be defunded and abolished.

Bloomberg reported last Thursday that Venezuela’s currency — the bolívar fuerte or “strong bolivar” — has lost 45 percent of its purchasing power so far this month, with six days to go.

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