As the United Nations struggles to contain the mushrooming child-rape scandals engulfing its disgraced ”peacekeeping” troops, the Obama administration and its allies, including the globalist Council on Foreign Relations, are plotting a major boost for the UN's military. The plan to supersize and further empower the global body's scandal-plagued armed forces, years in the making, is set to be unveiled at a global summit this month co-convened by Obama on the sidelines of the UN's 70th annual general debate. The White House has apparently already compiled a list of dozens of foreign governments and dictatorships that plan to support its controversial agenda. Whether the GOP-controlled Congress will also go along with it remains to be seen.
Socialists, such as Venezuelan President Nicolas Madura, will not be deterred in their quest to build their socialist utopias, even by the disastrous consequences of the economic reality their policies bring.
After more than two decades of peddling disinformation and lies about its real agenda, the regime ruling South Africa, an alliance of the Communist Party (SACP) and the African National Congress (ANC), is finally dropping the mask. In a stunning policy document produced by the ANC's National General Council, the late Communist Party leader Nelson Mandela's successors praised Communist China's brutal dictatorship as a “guiding lodestar of our own struggle” toward government centralization and what the document celebrated as a “post-Western” “new world order.” The shocking document, which has been totally ignored in the Western press, also praises the regime of Russian strongman Vladimir Putin while criticizing the United States and the West for alleged “imperialism” against “progressive” values.
Bulgarian Communist Party operative Irina Bokova, who currently serves as the chief of UNESCO, is being touted as the “front runner” to lead the United Nations when Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon steps down.
Supporters of Big Government and the nanny state everywhere have for decades glorified the imagined success of Scandinavia's massive welfare states, citing Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland as alleged proof that drastic restrictions on economic liberty can co-exist with prosperity. In the new book Scandinavian Unexceptionalism: Culture, Markets and the Failure of Third-Way Socialism, however, academic Nima Sanandaji, Ph.D., makes an iron-clad case showing that the Nordic nations' relative success predates the welfare state. Indeed, the region actually provides bountiful evidence of the benefits of free markets and economic freedom, and of the harm wrought by Big Government.