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December 2017

How Corruption at UN Is Organized – Wayne Madsen

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Mirror from  https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/12/26/how-us-and-israel-extort-votes-un.html   Wayne Madsen is one of the very best investigative journalists. He broke the story on Obama’s CIA upbringing. Here is diligently lays out the corruption at UN and who is behind it. Remember, Rothschilds created UN after League of Nations failed. They got it after THEIR World War II. Roth-efellers donated land for UN. David Rockefeller created Trilateral Commission which selected and ran Jimmy Carter. See below who voted with US grotesque idea to move embassy into sovereign Palestine.   Wayne MADSEN | 26.12.2017 | OPINION   How the US and Israel Extort Votes at the UN On December 21, 2017, 128-member states of the United Nations General Assembly voted against the United States in condemning the Donald Trump administration’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Moreover, the General Assembly called on member states not to move their embassies in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, warned the members of the UN that she would be “taking names” of countries voting against the United States on Jerusalem. Not content with acting like some snippety schoolmarm, Haley took the pollyannaish course of inviting countries voting against, abstaining, or absenting themselves from the General Assembly Jerusalem resolution to a “friendship party” in New York in January 2018. The General Assembly vote followed a resolution sponsored by Egypt in the UN Security Council that also opposed the US decision on Jerusalem. Haley…

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No, Batteries Are Not Sustainable

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Are Batteries Sustainable? Batteries depend on mining and mining is not sustainable, because the easiest to mine minerals and oil are already taken, and humans will dig and drill deeper and deeper and transportation lines will become longer and longer until mining and manufacturing using mined ores and fossil fuels will no longer be affordable.  That is, the technology will become unavailable. There is no tech solution to the unsustainability of tech. Wind power and solar power depend on mining.  Already, after just 250 years since the invention of man made electricity by Benjamin Franklin, the natural world is being used up and polluted by “modern” science made possible by “modern” mining, manufacturing, and transportation.  The answer to this dilemma by the elite bankster planners is to reduce population with food and water poisons, such as glyphosate and fluoride as examples,  and  to deploy cell phones and smart meters to slow kill most people with frequencies.  This sounds like fear conspiracy talk but it is documented by NASA .  Then total control can be maintained by using a small population as slaves who maintain the robots and AI.  These slaves won’t be human, they will be clones. We the people need our own common sense response without the elite power freaks. We need to respond to the reality of an unsustainable civilization by going back to how we lived before electricity and mining and pollution. We need to respect and study indigenous self sufficient life without mining or markets or…

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Trump Effect Destabilizing World Trade Organization

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  Trump is a globalist in Israel and an anti globalist with American trade.  Here we see the Globalists cry, cry cry, poor things. Maybe local markets can breath again. – Ray   From Reuters – #Business News December 15, 2017 World trade order in a wobble as Washington snubs WTO status quo Michael Nienaber     BERLIN (Reuters) – The frustration of Roberto Azevedo was evident when, as director general of the World Trade Organization, he summed up the results of a three-day ministerial conference in Buenos Aires in the past week. There were simply none. The delegates of more than 160 countries from around the globe failed to reach any new agreements in the face of stinging U.S. criticism of the WTO and vetoes from other countries. At the end, they were not even able to agree on a joint communique. And a further blow could strike in the coming week when Republican U.S. lawmakers aim to pass sweeping changes to the tax code which may introduce protectionist measures critics say are at odds with WTO rules. “In retrospect, 2017 could mark the beginning of the end of the rules-based free trade order and the system unraveling,” said Andre Sapir, senior fellow at the Brussels-based think tank Bruegel. He called it a “big worry”. U.S. President Donald Trump, propelled to power by his election promise to put “America First” and protect U.S. workers against what he views as unfair trade practices from China and others, has weakened the…

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