Report: UN officials force children into sexual abuse to get FOOD

The United Nations logo - the planet in the crosshairs?

The United Nations logo – the planet in the crosshairs?

Source: The Independent

Memos about the sexual abuse in the Central African Republic were “passed from desk to desk, inbox to inbox, across multiple UN offices, with no one willing to take responsibility”, the report found.

It added: “The welfare of the victims and the accountability of the perpetrators appeared to be an afterthought, if considered at all.”

The investigation revealed that French peacekeepers from the UN’s children agency, UNICEF, failed to act on reports of sexual abuse in early 2014 in the midst of civil war.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed “profound regret that these children were betrayed by the very people sent to protect them” and said he accepted the panel’s broad findings.

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COP21 The Ushering In Of Tyranny With A Green Label

In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews activist and Canadian political candidate David Clow about the corporate overtake of COP21 in Paris France. We go over all the latest suppression of freedom of speech in France and how the COP21 conference is actually doing more to harm people than to help them. (more…)

Monsanto to be Finally Put on Trial for Crimes Against Humanity

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Source: Sustainable Pulse

The Organic Consumers Association (OCA), IFOAM International Organics, Navdanya, Regeneration International (RI), and Millions Against Monsanto, joined by dozens of global food, farming and environmental justice groups announced today that they will put Monsanto MON (NYSE), a US-based transnational corporation, on trial for crimes against nature and humanity, and ecocide, in The Hague, Netherlands, next year on World Food Day, October 16, 2016. (more…)

Opinion: How Canada, Ireland, Mexico Are Signaling the End of the Drug War

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Source: FEE.org

“On November 4, Canada’s newly elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was sworn into office. Trudeau and the Liberal Party promise to legalize marijuana in Canada, which would make it only the second country to formally legalize the sale and consumption of cannabis. (Uruguay became the first, in 2013 — contrary to popular belief, pot is not technically legal in the Netherlands, but it is tolerated).

On November 3, the Irish government announced decriminalization of not just marijuana but also heroin and cocaine. The chief of Ireland’s National Drugs Strategy told the papers there was a “strong consensus that drugs across the board should be decriminalised.”

… users and addicts would no longer be locked up for their personal consumption. The results from Portugal’s decriminalization of all drugs in 2001 have been extremely extraordinary: deaths, addiction, and HIV infections from drugs have all dropped precipitously.

On November 5, the criminal chamber of the Mexican Supreme Court ruled that the country’s ban on marijuana was unconstitutional and found that individuals have a right to grow, possess, and use marijuana.”

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War On ‘Drugs’, Really War On The People

As a result of (stricter cannabis laws) lots of coffee shops lost all of their customers, and those people (became) street-dealers.”

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Unbelievable: Monarchies Account for 40% of the World’s Debt

© Dan Kitwood / Pool / Reuters

Queen Elizabeth (pleasant as usual)© Dan Kitwood / Pool / Reuters

By Alec Cope
We Are Change

Below is a graph emulated from a recent report from Standard and Poor’s (S&P), depicting the reality that 40 percent of the global debt stems from monarchies.

Source: Standard & Poors

Source: Standard & Poors

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