Africa Land Grabs and Agenda 2030 – A UN Ponzi Scheme

The UN is attempting to fund the African Land Grabs through the implementation of Agenda 2030 and Agenda 2063 utilizing public, government and private money that they call ‘wealth redistribution’ or simply ‘sharing’.  

While Nero watched – The Roman Empire Burned…  And while we have been diverted by media silliness, Africa has been bought and sold to the highest bidders and is now the target of multi-national corporations as they seek to reap her rewards through a series of UN Agendas.

And the new micro-lending platform is – crypto currency!  Which explains why suddenly Soros has done a complete about face and started investing in this voodoo money.  But he isn’t alone by any means.  FinComEco, a British firm employing former Ministers and Bankers has been accumulating crypto loans.  American International Agriculture Group is busily setting up shop in Algeria.  GMEX Group, Blockchain Commodities, Chinese companies, all see the potential ravaging to be gained.

Within their chain of companies they provide genetically engineered seeds, and genetically enhanced animals which they sell to the impoverished farmers that have been displaced by the Land Grabs with money generated by the UN in its programs to end poverty and ‘share the wealth’ while creating lending bubbles and high interest rates of return – temporarily – until the swap bubble bursts.  WHEW!

The first Africa Agenda was introduced in 1992 under the surname, Rio Declaration on Environment and Development.  It generated a lot of attention, but failed to do anything despite its grandioso plugging. The UN simultaneously created the Kyoto Protocol after the Montreal Protocol was a valueless failure in 1987.

The Montreal Protocol was supposed to protect the ozone layer.  After a bunch of countries signed on, it was considered a huge success!  The Kyoto Protocol was created in 2005 to fight Global Warming through the reduction of greenhouse emissions.  The US never ratified this agreement and Canada, Russia, Japan and New Zealand withdrew in 2012.  The UN is busily making Agendas and Protocols, but the agenda would seem to be to further their agenda…more than anything else.

What these nice squeaky Protocols did create was a market derivative scheme called “Emissions Trading”.  Permit credits to pollute are sold and traded like a commodity.   The largest program is the European Union Emission Trading Scheme.  They even have a spot market where they can buy futures and options internationally.   California has it own such trading market, as does the US, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and the UK.

Follow the Money.

Therefore, we can assume that these UN Agendas will create pockets of trading wealth as well for masses of large corporations.  With the land grabs effectively concluded in Africa, the next agenda was to get government money to fund the infrastructure for the corporate agriculture tracts. Climate Change, the Paris Agreement was supposed to fill that void of funding need, but seemed to fall on its face.  Hence the UN needed to create Agenda 2030 and Agenda 2063 for the purpose of creating heartfelt needs to end ‘poverty’ in Africa through wealth ‘sharing’.

Who has signed on to these Agendas?  The UN and African Union leaders.   The African Union Leaders just recently unveiled their brand new headquarters in Ethiopia that cost $200 million and was built by and gifted by – China.  Although record keeping of land leases in Africa are scarce, it is estimated that China now holds as much as 100 million hectares of agriculture land.

Of course the African Leaders don’t mind China taking over their country at all because a good portion, if not all the money is pocketed and transferred to offshore accounts like the Panama Paper Caper.

Land Grabs have also been concluded in South America where Soros and Gates purchased large swathes for production purposes.

Owning the world’s food and water supply is a heady agenda.  Using the UN to grab money from governments, aka taxpayers, to fund their products that they will later sell at a premium to the taxpayers that funded them – is even headier.  I’m sure they are laughing all the way to the bank…

UN – A Corrupted Waste; Rebuilding Syria – Trillions in the Making

The UN is demanding $4.63billion in additional aid to help Syrians recover from their devastation, and to subsidize countries who are hosting Syrians. Of course the demand for money comes with a threat, if it is not forthcoming then there will be dire consequences not just for Syrians, but for all refugees and for the host countries…

I don’t know about you, but when someone demands money under the strong arm of a threat, it sounds more like ‘blackmail’.   But it is always the aftermath of an attempted coup gone seriously awry: Bomb a country, murder its people, leave it in disastrous rubble, no infrastructure, and then demand money to fix said country from the same people who bombed it.

So now, after spending trillions on a war We The People and They The People never wanted, depleting our budget, our economy, and our livelihoods, we are being told we have to repair said country out of our tax dollars. And if we don’t? We are being threatened by the very agency that did absolutely nothing to mitigate or stop the war despite their claim that they are a success in ‘bringing peace to the world’ – The United Nations.

After 3 years of useless bombing by the US and EU, Russia, Iraq and the Syrian government have successfully put a truce and end to the fighting in place. A truce between the CIA backed and Pentagon backed rebels vs. the Syrian government that we desperately fought to displace in a failed coup.  A sickening deplorable crime.

So why is the UN even asking for money? What have they done that warrants them – anything?

The UN, lays claim to five major successes since their inception in 1945: The eradication of smallpox, the promotion of arms control, helping to save the lives of 9 million children, protecting the ozone, and saving the pyramids.

WOW! Imagine if a corporation laid claim to similar feats after 71 years while riddled in mismanagement, corruption, fraud, sexual molestation, and theft. According to it’s audited 181 page financials for 2014, they devoted 3 entire pages to internal fraud cases, and nearly 30 pages to the status of audit recommendations from 2013.  I guess that would deplete their $5.3 billion Development Budget…keeping their records straight.

With assets totaling about $6.5 billion on liabilities of under $1.9billion, and annual revenue for the ‘Development Program’ at roughly $5 billion, about 6% of their expenses actually went towards grants and ‘other transfers’, while the remainder of expenses, $5billion were utilized to maintain the UN staff, consultants, and office, resulting in a deficit of about $330million.

Impressive?  Hardly!

The Development Program is only one agency/subsidiary of the UN and names four inherent duties: poverty reduction, sustainable development, peacebuilding and climate and disaster resilience. They don’t actually spend their budget to do anything other than to ask for more money for everyone else to do – something.

I’d say they had failed on all fronts – massively. In addition, as a ‘charitable’ organization, why do they need to hold $6.5 billion in cash and investments? But then they do provide annual leave, pensions, full medical benefits during and post employment, home-leave benefits, termination benefits, repatriation grants and ‘other lump sum payments’.

Its more perverse failures have included Somalia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Congo, Sri Lanka and Haiti. They are so bloated that they have now adopted ‘advisory committees for ‘indigenous people’ for ‘sustainable forest management’, and ‘coordinating efforts of NGO’s’ (that would include Soros Open Society), as well as promoting abortions, vaccination overseers, agriculture overseers, education overseers, World Bank, WHO, and a host of agencies that ‘DO’ nothing but watch over those who are ‘DOING’ utilizing revenue from alternate sources.

In other words, they are The Middle Man taking a hefty cut to bully more money from countries in order for them to do the hard work.

And now they are demanding $4.63billion for Syrian people and for subsidies for host countries, aka, Germany, Sweden, and Turkey. Will the money go towards rebuilding Syria? No. That is a completely separate BILL which is estimated to reach between $180 and $200 billion, not including loss of economic wealth, and the decades it will take to re-emerge as a viable economy – after a failed coup that ushered in ISIS, displaced millions, and murdered hundreds of thousands – in the name of PEACE.

Sickening.

UN Warns Qatar…A Mirror of Corruption

Qatar is given ‘one year to stop abuse of its migrant labour workers or face a UN commission inquiry. WOW!   I bet they are really scared now.

Although the abuse was relayed back in 2015 and has been going on for years, the US has decided that as of now the one year transition to being nice will commence. Of course a UN ‘inquiry’ could take another five years, enough of a lag to fall short of the deadline for the Qatari based World Cup matches slated for 2022. Surprise!   In the meantime, I imagine their plan of action is to ramp up the abuse to accelerate the completion of the overhaul to the stadium before the UN yawns and flexes into action. Maybe they’ll send over some of their rapists to investigate.

Imagine telling a rapist he had a year to stop raping before he would be investigated? Or a banker given a years notice before he would be inquired about embezzlement? A Meth dealer – “we know you are dealing but we are putting you on notice that one year from now we will look into your ‘dealings’…”

That’s like being guaranteed a year of unabated crime without recourse or consequence.

In Qatar the migrants make up 90% of the population! Talk about an inequality of wealth! The country has THE highest per capita income in the world… yet that capita is apparently consumed by the 10% of the population that identify as Qatari’s while the migrants are paid monthly wages of about $200. They are beaten. Their passports and papers confiscated so they can not escape. They are deprived of wages at all – sometimes for months. They are charged a fee for the right to work. And they live in squalor. Gee whilakers, better not do that anymore…or else.

But hey, this country is given high fives and koodo’s! And they are allowed to host the World Cup. And who decides which country will have the honor of hosting the World Cup? FIFA, of course. The same rigged, corrupt, fraudulent FIFA that has been mired in bribery charges, money laundering and racketeering. Of the 35 Managers employed part time to determine which country may have the privilege of Host, they were paid $30 million plus $4 million in bonus’s – not to mention how much they put in their Offshore Luxembourg account as bounty from bribes.

These same Managers within the UK have arrogantly demanded that countries boycott the Russia hosting, because well, they believe Russia is militarily aggressive. Ouch! Talk about a Log in the eye…

But I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised by the dire warning that gives Qatar a heads-up advantage to continue abuse, Germany has adopted the same attitude but in reverse – allowing migrants fair game to rape, loot, burgle and pillage without legal consequence. “Please don’t rape that 9 year old boy again…”.

The same Germany that is investigating a national comedian for hurting Erdogan’s feelings and possibly putting him in jail for 4+ years.

Why do we allow the Qatari human rights abuse?

Because at their Al-Udeid Air Base they allow/host the US Central Command and the US Air Force Central Command where we have most recently deployed B-52 bombers capable of holding 20 nuclear warheads and deploying air launched cruise missiles in a bid to ramp up the game against ISIS.

So what happened to the Syrian cease-fire? They US has continued unabated bombing from facilities in Jordan, Djibouti, Italy, Iraq and Turkey. Exactly who was supposed to ‘cease fire’?

Simultaneously we have the Hillary avidly declaring that she will NEVER be prosecuted, because of course, the law only applies to those without power and has nothing to do with Law.

Rules – Laws – the ambivalence is only as perverse as the information is falsified. Because – how can you possibly care when the disinformation forms your opinion and thought?

UN Honors – Saudi Arabia For Human Rights

Saudi Arabia:

“Wanted: no previous experience required. Must be able to lift heavy sword. Must not fear blood and death. Good pay and health benefits. Hours of employment – flexible. May be asked to perform additional duties, such as amputations and torture. No recruiters please, only serious Male candidates should apply.”

United Nations:

“Wanted: Human Rights Advocate. Must uphold the greatest value of human rights and human dignity, unless torture and public executions are deemed necessary for The Greater Good, in which case, go for it. but make sure not to get any of that blood on my Armani suit.  And as for women and children, we adamantly agree that they are inferior, so whatever suppression you deem appropriate we uphold and will never challenge. Indiscriminate civilian bombing is okay too as long as you make sure to call it ‘coalition’ bombing in the name of terrorism. Okay then, that about sums it up… oh and must rank among the lowest in the world for social and economic freedom.”

The United Nations.

NewsFlash – “UN launches $25 billion strategy to end preventable deaths of mothers and children.”

I have a solution, and it doesn’t cost $25 billion… stop! That’s it. Just stop. Stop bombing Yemen. Stop beheading civilians. Stop torture. Stop denying women rights.

On Yemen: “UN urges parties to stop this fighting and return to negotiating table…”

According to NATO, Yemen’s problems are: water shortage, unemployment, poverty, lack of education, oil rich, corruption, rural population, al Qaeda in the Peninsula, radical Shi’a clerics, and division.

Saudi, NATO, US solution: Bomb everyone, eradicate the entire population and instill puppet government– end of problem.

Oh wait… al Qaeda… no matter.

Like Syria… no matter.

So when did the UN become an ineffective corrupt institution? After being roiled in abuses and corruption for decades, most recently the oil for food scandal in Baghdad kickbacks, the UN set up a self regulating anti-corruption task force in 2006. After just two years, they declared everything was hunky-dory and disbanded in 2008. Who decided that?  Why the UN General Assembly did.  You see, the UN is given complete authority to hide everything from financial opacity to internal department opacity, to censorship. Their power is absolute.

UN Peacekeepers were charged with rape, sexual abuse, gun running, and abuse. But what has been done since the allegations? Well, the head of the Peacekeeping agency was sacked… and that’s it. Will the abuse stop? No! It’s been an issue for decades – decades! And the UN is the perpetrator. The same UN using $25 billion to end preventable deaths, the same UN spending billions on Human Rights, the same UN that is required to provide NO financial accountability. The same UN that elects Saudi Arabia as one of their ambassadors for Human Rights.

The issue with the UN stems from issues with its leadership, past and present, specifically Ban Ki Moon. Former representatives, employees and delegates, have expressed concerns over internal favoritism, of control over internal audits and investigations, over corruption charges, over refusal to hand over court ordered documents and over the constant deference to ‘immunity’ despite heinous abuses and crime.

While Ban Ki Moon is considered a gentle person, a man content to be in the shadows, a man humble and courteous, these are qualities of a monk, not a world leader. And so goes the UN having accomplished little to nothing with no oversight and a chaotic over-growth of governmental quackery.

The rule and law within the agency has been described by former under-secretary, Inga-Britt Alhenius, as deplorable and seriously embarrassing, an agency drifting into irrelevance.

Bringing Saudi Arabia into the Human Rights council is wholly a political move that further discredits the entire value structure and reputation of the UN.  It is truly beyond any moral, ethical or value system in our careening spiral into complete depravity.

So how much does the US ante up to this organization?

No one is exactly sure… You see, while the US is on the hook for roughly 25% of the budget, no one wants to advertise what that budget actually is because, well, then they’d have to actually tell us how it is spent.

Apparently, there are two budgets, a core and a system budget. As of 2011, some estimated the system budget at $25 billion which would put the US obligation at roughly $6 billion. But there are no numbers for the ‘core budget’. Even Susan Rice of the US State Department refused to provide any answer when asked about the UN Budget numbers. Stonewalled, we can ante up our tax dollars indiscriminately, or we can ask for accountability.

If the US ante’s up six, ten, fifteen billion annually, and if Saudi Arabia votes against the US in typical referendums over 70% of the time, and the US continues to give foreign aid to Saudi Arabia, and Saudi Arabia continues to mutilate it’s citizens, persecute its women and crucify its children – what the HECK ARE WE DOING?

The UN’s Functional Inhumanity

Amnesty International calls on the UN to investigate war crimes in Yemen…

UN Names Panel To Investigate War Crimes in Gaza…

UN postpones Sri Lanka War crimes report…

UN investigators to share list of Syrian war crime suspects…

“International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said Friday she has suspended investigations into alleged war crimes in Sudan’s Darfur, criticizing the UN Security Council for inaction over the conflict-hit region.”

“At a Conference in The Hague today, the International Community pledged 15.6 million Euros towards the setting up of a specialized War Crimes Chamber in the Court of Bosnia.”

The call to action! In the Iran-Iraq war their were six calls for war crimes, 100,000 casualties and 25,000 deaths – no prosecutions. In the 1992 Iraq invasion of Kuwait – no prosecutions.  Where was the UN?

“The Lebanon War – 1,000 to 1,200 Lebanese citizens were reported dead; there were between 1,500 and 2,500 people wounded and over 1,000,000 were temporarily displaced. Over 150 Israelis were killed (120 military); thousands wounded; and 300,000–500,000 were displaced because of Hezbollah firing tens of thousands of rockets at major cities in Israel.” No prosecutions.  Where was the UN?

Darfur Conflict and civil war in Chad – estimates vary widely, death toll anywhere from 20,000 to 500,000 – no prosecutions.  Where was the UN?

Ukraine – death toll surpasses 6500 – no prosecutions.  Where is the UN?

Is it all just a joke? What is the UN doing? Well according to their own ego briefing they have 1) accomplished the heady task of world peace by deploying 42 peacekeeping forces. 2) They take credit for ending the Iran-Iraq War, the withdrawal of Soviet troops in Afghanistan, and an end to the civil war in El Salvador. 3) they have enabled people in 45 countries to participate in free and fair elections 4) they have protected the environment – independence – international law – and the prevention of nuclear proliferation. 5) they take credit for ending apartheid in South Africa… 6) alleviated world chronic hunger 7) reduced effects of natural disasters – on and on and on

In fact, the list is so self aggrandizing, one might confer upon the UN the Lordship of God.

Fast Facts:

  1. Apartheid – lasted nearly 50 years. The end was actually a result of a brokered deal by the then British rule under F. W. de Klerk, Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress.
  2. Iraq-Iran war – in 1980 Iraq invaded Iran. At one point it is said that Saudi Arabia was giving Iraq $1billion per month to fight, but they were still no match and their losses were substantial. Despite the funding Saddam asked for a truce in 1982 conditional upon occupation of specific areas. Iran said no. The UN drafted Resolution 598 asking for a ceasefire. Saddam accepted it only to invade Kuwait shortly thereafter.
  3. The Soviet/Afghan war – upwards of 1.5 million deaths. Initiated by a coup, the soviets supported the new government. The US supported the uprooted Afghanistan military, including a notable Saudi, Osama Bin Laden. Although the soviets withdrew in 1989, internal civil war continued until 1992. After the soviet withdrawal, the US supported Muhjahideen Taliban and Al Qaeda were left to rise to power which prompted the US and UK to invade in 2001.

The US provides 22% of the annual UN budget, Japan about 11%, Germany about 7%, France 5.5%, China 5%, the UK 5%, and Italy about 4.5%. Of 193 contributing countries, just 7 countries make up 60% of the funding.

According to its Financial Statement 2012-2013, the UN spends virtually its entire budget on salaries, internal training, consultants and contractors. It accrued a 4% deficit and has nothing remarkable to show. While the UN has been criticized for fraud, waster, corruption, sexual abuse, bioterrorism, and inefficiency, claims that brought down it’s predecessor, The League of the United Nations, to date they have not had any consequences as a result of the inappropriate and illegal actions.

The most recent accusations stem from their peacekeepers involved in human trafficking and sexual abuse as well as the cholera endemic in Haiti. Still, there has been little to no reparations leaving the impression that the UN has diplomatic immunity and can thus operate above the law. Despite lawsuits against the UN, invoking the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations. This was adopted in 1946 and ratified in 2015.

Establishes Juridical personality of the UN (Art. I)

  • UN premises shall be inviolable, and UN property shall be immune from search, requisition, confiscation etc. (Art. II)
  • UN shall be exempt from taxes and customs duties as well as prohibitions and restrictions on imports and exports (Art. II)
  • Diplomatic immunity of communications and mail (pouch) (Art. III)
  • Functional immunity of delegates (Art. IV), officials (Art. V) and experts (Art. VI)
  • Recognition of United Nations Laissez-Passer (Art. VII)

The Functional Immunity clause is the most controversial. Functional Immunity does not apply to absolve anyone from crimes against humanity, genocide or war crimes. Then the definition comes down to ‘humanity’, what are crimes against humanity? There is a list of legally defining humanity crimes and at the end of the list is the classic defining crime of ‘other’.

Invariably, giving the UN carte blanche to commit criminal acts without consequence is a hugely dangerous precedent of inhumanity.