Blue Helmets Coming To a City Near You! Please make them feel welcome :)

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Reminds me of “Boston Strong”…foreshadowing?

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.

Strong Cities & Global Goals podcast

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

UN & Obama’s Strong Cities Network form Global Police Force to Combat “Extremism” in US Cities

Here’s the DOJ press release

Launch of Strong Cities Network to Strengthen Community Resilience Against Violent Extremism

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.

Announcing Strong Cities, Strong Communities

Other articles…

UN Strong Cities Network Launched September 29, 2015

Obama Administration and UN Announce Global Police Force to Fight ‘Extremism’ In U.S.

I recently posted on the move toward international use of force…

What do Putin, the Popes, the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership & the Afghan hospital bombing have in common?

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8 Responses to Blue Helmets Coming To a City Near You! Please make them feel welcome :)

  1. Anonymous says:

    What extremism? They’re locking us down and taking over, complete tyranny. They can try anyways, now more then ever we ALL need to stand up, without fear, and fight this evil.

  2. Tony little says:

    Actually this behavior of globalization is not new. In the book of Genesis the famous Nimrod can be looked at as the first globalist. The English doesn’t carry the theme very well but I assure you that in the Hebrew a secular globalist agenda comes out to slap the reader.

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  4. goksrm says:

    Why would such news not be made more public? I read some of this on the DOJ website and today you have to search high and low for any news on it? I wrote my senators and waiting their reply?

    • austrogirl says:

      Frankly, I was shocked that the White House press release did not mention that it was an international effort. I can’t believe any of this still shocks me.

    • goksrm says:

      Here is their reply: not very assuring

      Thank you for contacting me regarding the United Nations. I appreciate hearing from you, and appreciate the opportunity to respond.

      Confronting global issues is essential to promoting democracy, improving our economy, and ensuring human rights across the globe. As a member of the United Nations, the United States can continue to directly confront the global community at the negotiating table, and through our leadership we can be the catalyst for the United Nations to assert itself as a positive force in unifying the world community against tyranny, terrorism, and totalitarianism. Furthermore, the U.S. status as a permanent, veto-holding member of the U.N. Security Council is an important tool to defend our national interests and those of our allies, including Israel.

      I firmly believe the federal government must be a better steward of hard-working, American’s tax dollars. That is why on May 7, 2015, I joined 27 of my Senate colleagues in cosponsoring S.1238, the Annual Report on United States Contributions to the United Nations Act. This bill requires the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to present an annual report to Congress outlining all U.S. contributions to the United Nations and its affiliated agencies from the previous fiscal year. The bill also calls for the publication of this information, so that it may be made available online for the American public to access. S.1238 has been referred to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, of which I am a member, and is awaiting further action. I will be sure to keep your thoughts in mind when considering this legislation.

      In our rapidly globalizing world, the need for an organized body of nations to work together to resolve disputes is useful. In the century since the First World War, America has increasingly engaged in foreign policy and world affairs, and has always promoted self-government, self-determination, freedom, and liberty for all people. While I believe it is important to share our ideals in an international forum, I also believe international agreement should not come at the price of our sovereignty. I feel strongly that any international agreement must be scrutinized by the U.S. Congress, and that Americans’ elected representatives should have a say on such agreements. Which is why I voted against the President’s nuclear agreement with Iran.

      Thank you again for contacting me about the United Nations. Please visit my webpage at http://isakson.senate.gov/ for more information on the issues important to you and to sign up for my e-newsletter.

      Sincerely,
      Johnny Isakson
      United States Senator

      For future correspondence with my office, please visit my web site at http://www.isakson.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me. You can also click here to sign up for the eNewsletter

    • goksrm says:

      Here is our Senator’s reply: not very assuring

      Thank you for contacting me regarding the United Nations. I appreciate hearing from you, and appreciate the opportunity to respond.

      Confronting global issues is essential to promoting democracy, improving our economy, and ensuring human rights across the globe. As a member of the United Nations, the United States can continue to directly confront the global community at the negotiating table, and through our leadership we can be the catalyst for the United Nations to assert itself as a positive force in unifying the world community against tyranny, terrorism, and totalitarianism. Furthermore, the U.S. status as a permanent, veto-holding member of the U.N. Security Council is an important tool to defend our national interests and those of our allies, including Israel.

      I firmly believe the federal government must be a better steward of hard-working, American’s tax dollars. That is why on May 7, 2015, I joined 27 of my Senate colleagues in cosponsoring S.1238, the Annual Report on United States Contributions to the United Nations Act. This bill requires the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to present an annual report to Congress outlining all U.S. contributions to the United Nations and its affiliated agencies from the previous fiscal year. The bill also calls for the publication of this information, so that it may be made available online for the American public to access. S.1238 has been referred to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, of which I am a member, and is awaiting further action. I will be sure to keep your thoughts in mind when considering this legislation.

      In our rapidly globalizing world, the need for an organized body of nations to work together to resolve disputes is useful. In the century since the First World War, America has increasingly engaged in foreign policy and world affairs, and has always promoted self-government, self-determination, freedom, and liberty for all people. While I believe it is important to share our ideals in an international forum, I also believe international agreement should not come at the price of our sovereignty. I feel strongly that any international agreement must be scrutinized by the U.S. Congress, and that Americans’ elected representatives should have a say on such agreements. Which is why I voted against the President’s nuclear agreement with Iran.

      Thank you again for contacting me about the United Nations. Please visit my webpage at http://isakson.senate.gov/ for more information on the issues important to you and to sign up for my e-newsletter.

      Sincerely,
      Johnny Isakson
      United States Senator

      For future correspondence with my office, please visit my web site at http://www.isakson.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me. You can also click here to sign up for the eNewsletter

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