Madeleine Albright and Ibrahim Gambari are two of the people who say that the UN needs to be “renovated” and “modernized” in order to remain strong and relevant.
The United Nations is a globalist organization born out of the geopolitical debris left after World War II as well as as a result of the global elite’s desire to exercise complete control over the population.
Its predecesor, the League of Nations, was the start of what later became a network of influential globalist supranational organizations whose legitimacy is more than questionable given the poor results they’ve produced in favor of the people of the world.
These organizations include the UN itself, a body dominated by the winners of WW II who saw in the end of the war an opportunity to shape the future to their liking. Each of those members was charged with taken on an issue that the globalists understood as a challenge, while at the same time collaborating with each other on regional and global matters. One of those issues, perhaps the most important, is Eugenics.
Globalists intend to reduce and keep the world’s population at less than 1 billion people. Recently, a representative of the Vatican and the governor of Caliornia expressed their desire to depopulate the planet and implement a global court that would enforce an “Earth Constitution” and that would be part of their Global Government.
Despite being seen as an organization that represents the interests of the masses, the UN is actually a politically castrated body, whose decisions are for the most part non-binding. Only that which is decided by the members of the Security Council, formed by the strongest political and military forces of the planet, is adopted as official UN policy, although it does not always ends up being respected or followed.
The insignificance of the UN is not a coincidence. The UN was never intended to be a global body where all of its members had equal representation, or where countries could deal with their national or regional affairs. Up until today, the UN is a sterile forum where national representatives go to give speeches that are almost immediately forgotten.
Do not let the UN’s sterility and political castration deceive you, though. Right now, the UN is a shell whose interior is just about to be stuffed with the power and force that its creators always intended it to have.
Recently, the United Nations served as a forum for globalist politicians and their representatives to propose the massive confiscation of firearms in the United States, a plan that has been in the works for decades. If approved and adopted, this proposal would forcibly take the American people’s constitutional right to own guns.
More detailed versions of plans such as the UN Arms Treaty, intend to make the United Nations the sole military power on the planet, which would require countries to surrender their weapons, or to transfer their use to the hands of a group of unelected politicians at the UN.
A similar proposal was presented in political circles regarding internet management. People at the UN and national representatives at G7 countries are working side by side to give the UN complete control over internet communications in the same way that others proposed surrendering military equipment.
A third and perhaps the most important attempt by globalists to complete their plan of total control over humanity is the environmental agenda of the United Nations. Two documents referring to the imposition of limits to development and individual liberty have been issued by the UN in the last few decades. The 1992 United Nations Biodiversity Assessment which was later complemented with the Agenda 21 plan are clear examples of how those behind the UN seek complete control over people and resources.
Now, a panel of experts that includes former United States Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright and Ibrahim Gambari, former Nigerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, is advancing a proposal to finally “renovate” and “modernize” the United Nations, which in practice would mean giving the UN total power over communications, environmental issues and military affairs, among others.
As the United Nations’ 70th anniversary approaches, a so-called independent committee of 14 experts has prepared a report with what they call ambitious recommendations to “reform the world’s most famous intergovernmental body”.
Gathered around the Commission on Global Security, Justice and Governance sponsored by the Hague Institute for Global Justice and the American study center Stimson the proposed change covers three main areas: climate, cybercrime and international conflicts, the very same issues where the UN has attempted to force itself on sovereign nations.
“The UN is not prepared to face the current threats, which are changing. If you do not want to risk prolonging global crises, it should be renewed,” says the study.
The report isued by this group was titled “Facing the crisis of global governance”, and it was presented Tuesday at the Peace Palace, the home of the International Court of the UN.
Directed by Madeleine Albright and Ibrahim Gambari, the organization warns about the need to make decisions that go “beyond national borders and that aim to reach the world of business and civil society, as well as other institutions of global governance, to better address the challenges of state conflicts, climate change and the hyper-connected economy. ”
The proposed changes involve, among other things, modernizing international peacekeeping and mediation.
According to the authors, it is necessary to create a new generation of mediators, with a higher proportion of women, to prevent conflicts and maintain peace.
The report makes use of a popular technique of mass manipulation, which is make it appear as if the proposed changes are politically correct, by impling that including more women and more members of minority groups is the key to making the plan succeed.
“Also, it is vital to have enough civil, military and police personnel to meet the tasks of peace missions themselves, involve women to back reconstruction process, and coordinate all UN agencies to prevent atrocities is considered indispensable.”
On the fake issue of climate doomsday, the report argues that “The climate is another pillar of the suggested reforms, and collaboration with the private sector, creating green technology licensing and review of experiments conducted on “atmospheric changes” is requested.”
The so-called experts use the same type of language as the UN’s IPCC, the political body in charge of making up and implementing scientific polic. “You also need to set a target for climate adaptation. Something like the barrier of two degrees Celsius warming, recommended to contain the greenhouse effect.”
The study presented by former political figures also took a shot at economics and financial issues. “Given the inevitable consequences of the vagaries of the world economy, the study aims to “create an additional G20 (G20 +) for true cooperation avoid financial crisis.”
The globalists also want to centralize control of the internet by officializing the existence of internet police. “On cybercrime, another widespread phenomenon, it appears to be necessary the creation of a global network of centers to combat it, with the help of Interpol.
A report of this nature would not be complete without making reference to the Security Council in its current composition.
As we said before, this body is composed y five permanent members -Russia, Britain, China, France and the United States- with veto power who make their own decisions on all sorts of global affairs. According to the report, it is preferable to “provide opportunities to other countries, regional organizations and NGOs, as well as local authorities, to contribute to the forging and maintenance of peace.” This same type of speech has presented at the beginning of negoatiations on climate, but in truth participants were and still are only allowed to talk about a pre-established agenda set by the UN.
“At the same time, we should strengthen the Council’s legitimacy and restrict the right of veto,” concludes the report.
The proposals contained in the study will be presented next September at the UN during the 70th anniversary commemorative summit in New York.