George Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd, is calling on the United Nations to investigate “police brutality” and racism in the United States.
“The way you saw my brother tortured and murdered on camera is the way black people are treated by police in America,” Philonise Floyd told the UN at an “emergency meeting” of the globalist organization’s Human Rights Council, from which President Trump withdrew America in 2018.
The New York Times reported on the meeting, during which UN member states signaled that they want the UN to intervene in U.S. politics:
A group of African states presented a draft resolution on Tuesday calling for an international commission of inquiry into abuses resulting in deaths of black people in the United States.
At Wednesday’s session, African states put forth a watered-down version of the earlier draft, one calling instead for Michelle Bachelet, the United Nations human rights chief, to conduct an inquiry with the help of other United Nations experts. That would be a much more modest response than a full-fledged commission of inquiry.
“You in the United Nations are your brothers’ and sisters’ keepers in America, and you have the power to help us get justice for my brother George Floyd,” he said. “I am asking you to help him. I am asking you to help me. I am asking you to help us — black people in America.”
This was only the fifth emergency meeting convened by the Human Rights Council during its 16-year history.
Andrew Bremberg, the American ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, said in a statement that the United States is “not above scrutiny,” but asserted that abuses occur in many countries in the world.
Any resolution “that calls out countries by name should be inclusive, noting the many countries where racism is a problem,” Bremberg said.
His remarks appeared to hit back at the UN member nations most vocal in criticizing America’s current political tensions, many of which are themselves among the world’s most notorious human-rights abusers.
These include China, Cuba, Russia, and Venezuela.
“Russia knows what racism leads to when it is raised to the status of political doctrine, we remember the Second World War and attempts to rewrite that history,” said Russian ambassador Gennady Gatilov.
Chinese ambassador Chen Xu, meanwhile, implored the United States to “guarantee effectively the legal rights of ethnic minorities” and “stop using human rights as a political tool and practising double standards internationally.”
For those devoted to the creation of a world government, or New World Order, a first step is to destroy America’s local control of law enforcement and replace it with a federal police system.
Democrats’ proposed Justice in Policing Act would bring them much closer to accomplishing just that, imposing new federal restrictions on the police power the Constitution reserves to the states.
Once a national police force is achieved, it’s just one more step to a global police force by which the UN can force its will upon anyone anywhere in the world.
The UN, which is controlled by socialists (Secretary-General António Guterres, a former prime minister of Portugal, was secretary-general of his country’s Socialist Party and was even President of the worldwide Socialist International from 1999 to 2005), smells blood in the wake of the global agitations that have arisen in response to George Floyd’s death at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, the former president of Chile under that country’s Socialist Party, said in a speech that she wants to investigate and prosecute excessive force by police for “swift and decisive reforms.”
“Black lives matter. Indigenous lives matter. The lives of people of colour matter. All human beings are born equal in dignity and rights,” she said.
The question is: How does Bachelet plan to prosecute police abuse in America when the UN has no power other than finger-wagging with which to compel the United States to do anything?
But if the UN and their globalist masters have their way, America’s national sovereignty will soon be a relic of the past.
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