The United Nations' persecution of whistle-blowers who expose wrongdoing at the international outfit and its agencies is a major threat, said shocked U.S. lawmakers and former UN officials during a congressional committee hearing this week investigating the issue. But despite the seriousness of the offense, this is hardly the first time the UN has been exposed engaging in severe retaliation against those who blow the whistle on UN crimes. The implications of the case are enormous: If left unaddressed, UN officials who know of wrongdoing and criminality will be unlikely to report it, knowing that their lives will be destroyed and nothing will change anyway. 

British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne urges G20 to bully Brits to stay in the European Union, while globalists suggest swamping the Channel Tunnel with Muslims from refugee camps in France to sabotage "Brexit" vote.

With Britain set to vote on whether to stay in the European Union, Americans should draw some important lessons from the experiences of the Brits.

The Nordic countries, with their widely-admired democratic socialism, aren't quite the earthly paradise the likes of Bernie Sanders would have you believe.

Brazenly defying United Nations member governments from around the world, the UN decided to promote homosexuality, same-sex parenting, transgenderism, and other controversial agendas on a series of commemorative postage stamps. It is the next step in the UN's divisive “Free and Equal” campaign, which claims to have reached a billion people with its propaganda. Around the world, though, critics of the so-called LGBT agenda — Lesbian, “Gay,” Bisexual, and Transgender — expressed outrage, slamming the UN and calling on pro-LGBT zealot Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon to apologize and even resign. The UN boss similarly came under fire just last year after publicly celebrating a homosexual “marriage” and a child molester known for raping underage boys.

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