All signs point to a big leap forward in the push for world government, especially this UN initiative to help “fight extremism” in US cities. This dovetails nicely with the themes being pushed right now by the government and the media: civil unrest, terrorism, police overreach, racial conflict, religious conflict, militarization of police, the surveillance state, mass shootings…so many of these themes seem to be designed to serve a purpose. Internationalization of everything from police to the economy seem to be the end game.
Here’s a good podcast on the subject.
Atlanta is one of four US cities on the Strong Cities Network steering committee. (The other three are New York, Denver & Minneapolis.)
Here’s where I first heard of this
Here’s the DOJ press release
While the DOJ doesn’t explicitly state that UN personnel could be on the ground in US cities, this initiative complements the CFR’s “Building a North American Community,” which calls for international inter-operability of police and the military. I suspect that the secret Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership, which includes the “trinational” area cited by the CFR (Canada, the US and Mexico), will foster these same goals.
Here’s the White House press release which, outrageously, does not mention that it’s an international effort which the UN launched on September 29, 2015.
This cites six US “launch” cities: Chester PA, Cleveland OH, Detroit MI, Fresno CA, Memphis TN, New Orleans LA.