Sep 292014
 

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CBS News: “- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the United Nations General Assembly Monday afternoon, and called Iran to task over terrorism.

Saying ISIS and Hamas are branches of the same poisonous tree, Netanyahu used now-retired Yankees Captain Derek Jeter in his speech to illustrate his point.

“To say Iran doesn’t practice terrorism, is like saying Derek Jeter never played shortstop for the New York Yankees,” Netanyahu said Monday.

“The Middle East is in chaos,” Netanyahu said.”

Opinion: We agree and wrote a book on it …

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Sep 292014
 

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Yahoo News: “The British inventor of the World Wide Web warned on Saturday that the freedom of the internet is under threat by governments and corporations interested in controlling the web.

 Tim Berners-Lee, a computer scientist who invented the web 25 years ago, called for a bill of rights that would guarantee the independence of the internet and ensure users’ privacy.

“If a company can control your access to the internet, if they can control which websites they go to, then they have tremendous control over your life,” Berners-Lee said at the London “Web We Want” festival on the future of the internet.

Opinion: On March 14, 2014 the Obama administration announced it was initiating a process to transfer oversight of the Internet from the United States to some yet-to-be-defined global entity. Assistant Secretary of Commerce Lawrence Strickling said, “The timing is right to start the transition process.”

Langley Intelligence report April 9, 2014:

“The United States faced a global backlash after the Snowden revelations detailing the extent of U.S. electronic eavesdropping. The disclosures prompted the UN and other global organizations to resurrect earlier proposals to give other countries a greater say in how the Internet is governed. The demands to decrease U.S. control were not new, but Snowden’s leaks poured gasoline on the fire.

Looked at in one light, the ICANN announcement is a potentially clever concession aimed at demonstrating U.S. goodwill and assuring the world that the United States does not desire to maintain unfair domination of the Internet forever. If the gesture steals ammunition from those autocracies bent on getting some level of jurisdiction over the Internet for the ITU, as a prelude to allowing complete government domination of the Internet in those countries, loosening up ICANN governance may be a smart strategic move to demonstrate the United States can play well with others on Internet governance.”

The move doesn’t take effect until late 2015.

Interesting that the UN climate protocol of which President Obama is a proponent is also slated for late 2015, just one year before the Obama second term ends.

In case you missed my post on Friday, our book Antichrist: The Search For Amalek says this:

President Obama, nearing the end of eight tumultuous years, was ready for a new job, and as fate would have it, one was about to be offered to him. Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, was ready to announce his retirement to be effective at the end of his term on December 31, 2016.

The world was ready for new leadership, and Ban, nearing seventy-two, was exhausted. The UN vacancy, if accepted, would be a perfect fit for the internationally popular US president.”

Tick, tick …

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Sep 272014
 

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Breitbart: “The European Union and United States government-funded Global Carbon Project (GCP) released their latest Atlas that tracks annual CO2 emissions by 196 countries in cooperation with Sunday’s People’s Climate March and President Obama’s keynote speech at the United Nations Global Climate Summit Tuesday.

The GCP report warns that man-made global warming is accelerating and names China as the chief culprit. However, GCP blames consumption in Europe and the United States for high levels of CO2 emissions and supports continued UN exemptions from enforcement for China.”

Opinion: Is there any better job for a retired ideologically progressive-left US President than becoming the first president of the UN?

Excerpt from Antichrist: The Search For AmalekPresident Obama, nearing the end of eight tumultuous years, was ready for a new job, and as fate would have it, one was about to be offered to him. Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, was ready to announce his retirement to be effective at the end of his term on December 31, 2016.

The world was ready for new leadership, and Ban, nearing seventy-two, was exhausted. The UN vacancy, if accepted, would be a perfect fit for the internationally popular US president.”

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Sep 252014
 
Obama Brings the Ferguson Lynch Mob to the U.N.

Front Page Mag: President Obama used an opportunity on the world stage this week to encourage America’s enemies to continue promoting the tired old left-wing narrative that the U.S. is an irretrievably racist hotbed of injustice. “I realize that America’s critics will be quick to point out that at times we too have failed to

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Sep 232014
 
Is Abbas's UN trip Israel’s last hope for peace?

YNet News: Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will arrive in New York for the United Nations General Assembly and is expected to set a time limit for Israel to withdraw from the West Bank, Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem, in exchange for a peace deal. Abbas adviser and Deputy Secretary General of the Fatah Revolutionary

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Sep 202014
 
France to Turn to UN with Solution to Israel-PA Conflict

Arutz Sheva: “French President Francois Hollande said on Friday that a “solution to the conflict” between the Israelis and Palestinian Arabs will be put to the United Nations (UN) Security Council. “We will have a resolution, to be presented to the Security Council, that will say very clearly what we expect from the (peace) process

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Sep 162014
 
UN to Dump Flood Of Muslim Refugees On US Soil

World Net Daily: “Displaced Syrians will likely make up the next big wave of Muslim refugees coming to America. Since the early 1990s, the United Nations high commissioner for refugees has selected more than 200,000 refugees from Islamic countries to be resettled in the United States. Most of them have come from Somalia and Iraq.

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