Responding to the Islamist terror attack in Orlando that killed 50 people in a "gun-free zone," the United Nations and its “High Commissioner for Human Rights” claimed again Tuesday that the U.S. government has an “obligation” to implement “robust gun regulation.” According to UN human-rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, the terrorist massacre and other killings are a “direct result” of the U.S. government's adherence to the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment, which protects the God-given right of Americans to keep and bear arms from infringement.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “hate-speech” bill is working its way through the legislative process and is expected to become law in the coming weeks. The bill, C-16, would amend current laws to make it a “hate-crime” — punishable by two years imprisonment — to speak out against transgenderism. Canada has enforced similar laws which ban “hate-speech” against homosexuals. Of the many aspects of this that are disturbing, perhaps one of the worst elements is the further stripping away of what is left of religious liberty in Canada.
On May 17, 2016, on the 10th anniversary of its scandal-plagued existence, the dictator-dominated United Nations Human Rights Council was ridiculed at a U.S. congressional hearing that was seemingly meant to serve as a boost for the controversial outfit and everything it represents. One of the experts testifying at the event, for instance, compared the UN body to Frankenstein. The main takeaway, though, was that with some “reforms,” the dictators club and its “human rights” bureaucracy could do good work.
Even the roster of largely globalist voices selected by lawmakers to testify, however, could not conceal the absurdities inherent in the UN body — though many tried to do precisely that. And while one of the primary purposes of the hearing was to discuss how the U.S. government could “strengthen” the UN “human rights” outfit, the testimony inadvertently ended up outlining numerous excellent reasons for the outfit to be abolished altogether. In the meantime, the facts suggest the UN body should be mercilessly mocked by civilized people everywhere.
It is time for the United States of America to ditch the whole “states” thing, and for the federal government to re-organize the nation politically into massive regions with powerful regional governments fully subservient to national and international authorities. The goal of the dystopian “economic master plan” is for America to become more like Communist China on the road toward a North American Union. That might sound ridiculous — perhaps like the ravings of a mad man — to the average American. After all, the United States is, by its nature, a union of 50 states that have delegated a few limited and defined powers to their agent, the federal government, in pursuit of, among other objectives, securing “the Blessings of Liberty.” If globalists get their way, though, that “antiquated” notion would be tossed on to the ash heap of history.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox, speaking in an interview with Breitbart News on May 4, apologized for the vulgar statement he had directed at presidential candidate Donald Trump during an interview last February 25.
After publishing a story on Muslim migrant children attacking Canadian agemates, a mainstream newspaper scrubbed the piece from its website because, admits its editor, careful attention should have been paid to how migrant youth “might be impacted.”
The Obama visit to Communist Cuba infuriated and dismayed victims of government oppression around the world while encouraging the violent extremism of bloodthirsty dictatorships everywhere. But maybe that was the point. In a pathetic spectacle, Obama appeared to be groveling before the mass-murdering regime that once pointed nuclear missiles at the American people and continues to export terrorism and tyranny. Obama praised the autocracy enslaving Cuba, too, and even parroted dictator Raul Castro's lies and his communist distortion of the concept of rights.
Speaking ahead of the Obama family's widely criticized visit to the communist dictatorship in Cuba, Camilo Guevara, the son of racist mass-murderer Ernesto “Che” Guevara, acknowledged that the socialist wave that has overtaken much of Latin America was on defense. But that is only temporary, said Guevara, the son of brutal Cuban dictator Fidel Castro's chief executioner. Guevara promised a “tsunami” of communist oppression in the future. If true, the people of Latin America should prepare themselves to either resist the tsunami of tyranny, or to face a future similar to the miserable serfdom experienced by the poverty-stricken and liberty-deprived people of Cuba.
The United Nations, which styles itself a champion of what it calls “human rights,” is once again under fire for brazenly trampling fundamental rights — this time on freedom of the press, yet again. After sparking a global scandal last year with its bizarre efforts to imprison a TV journalist for her reporting, UN leadership has decided to go after another reporter, Matthew Lee of Inner City Press (ICP). He suspects it has to do with his exposure of widespread and systemic UN corruption. And he is probably right, according to observers, whistleblower advocates, and an international attorney who is taking up Lee's defense pro-bono.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will impose a European Union-style “commission” on the region with broad powers over the 12 nations ensnared in the “free trade” regime, including the United States, the text of the treaty explains. And the Obama administration-backed agreement is bad news for a number of other reasons, too, threatening U.S. sovereignty, the economy, and the Constitution.