Over the past several weeks, the NFL protests has been all the mainstream media has talked about, as “oppressed” black millionaires keep trying to demonize our country while complaining about the “oppression” they’re forced to “endure” as blacks living in this country. After weeks of NFL protests, now the United Nations is interjecting themselves back into our politics yet again, making a sickening demand of all white people who live in the United States.
While Obama was in office, he allowed the United Nations to start establishing a presence within American cities with a global police force, sneaking his plot to give America’s sovereignty away under the guise of a organization called the Strong Cities Network. This unconstitutional move was largely criticized by patriotic groups, as the Constitution requires a treaty before allowing any foreign military presence to base itself on American soil.
The Strong Cities Network (SCN) was launched by the United Nations back in September 2015, providing the first ever global network of mayors and municipal-level policy makers with the stated goal of providing a “community” to “counter violent extremism in all its forms.”
Along with the United Nations’ Responsibility to Protect doctrine, an enabling principle that allows in international community to intervene when they discover “crimes being committed against humanity, ” the UN can take it upon themselves to “safeguard” any citizen who they view is being racially discriminated against. To put it in more simple terms, the UN can invade a country with their UN police force if they determine that “crimes against humanity” have occurred.
Now in an unbelievable power move, United Nations’ Human Rights commissioners have ruled they’ve found “alarming racism” trends in our country, and are threatening to intervene unless white Americans meet their demands and start paying blacks “reparations” for slavery. The Washington Post reports:
The history of slavery in the United States justifies reparations for African Americans, argues a recent report by a U.N.-affiliated group based in Geneva.
This conclusion was part of a study by the United Nations’ Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, a body that reports to the international organization’s High Commissioner on Human Rights. The group of experts, which includes leading human rights lawyers from around the world, presented its findings to the United Nations Human Rights Council on Monday, pointing to the continuing link between present injustices and the dark chapters of American history.
“In particular, the legacy of colonial history, enslavement, racial subordination and segregation, racial terrorism and racial inequality in the United States remains a serious challenge, as there has been no real commitment to reparations and to truth and reconciliation for people of African descent,” the report stated. “Contemporary police killings and the trauma that they create are reminiscent of the past racial terror of lynching.”
Citing the past year’s spate of police officers killing unarmed African American men, the panel warned against “impunity for state violence,” which has created, in its words, a “human rights crisis” that “must be addressed as a matter of urgency.”
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