A (hopefully) gentle chiding for Patrick Wood over at Technocracy.com for suggesting that the Strong Cities Network (SCN) coming to a city near you soon is in no way connected to the United Nations:
“First, it should be noted that Strong Cities Network is NOT a government body at all, but rather a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with no connection to any government, or even the United Nations! (Technocracy.com Oct. 12, 2015)
“They simply state that an International Steering Committee of officials from 25 cities around the world will “determine the strategic direction and thematic priorities of the Strong Cities Network.”
There is nothing simple about a group with obvious ties to the United Nations that seeks to supplant local police with blue helmeted UN personnel on the streets of anarchy endangered cities.
No connection between the Strong Cities Network initiative and the U.N.?
How can that be when Attorney Loretta Lynch’s speech launching SCN as the body handed “total globalist control over the streets and cities of the United States”, was given right at UN Manhattan headquarters on Sept. 29, 2015?
Wood also leaves the general impression that members of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) are not attached in any way to governments or the U.N.
NGOs are hatched, nourished and paid for by One World Order-driven U.N., and have been ever since U.N. Poster Boy, Canadian Maurice Strong, laid the pathway for them. NGOs hatched by the U.N. are reared to get out and do the U.N’s never ending bidding and move comfortably along to whatever is the next U.N. mission.
As many already know the Strong Cities Network is not the U.N’s first attempt to take over the Free West through the apathy-dogged civic/municipal level of government. The devious U.N. pushed its invasive Agenda 21—now Agenda 2030—through hundreds of towns and cities. at home and abroad.
We can see the clear and present danger of SCN in how the Wood-dubbed “top cop” Loretta Lynch described its vision when launching it at the U.N.:… “connecting those localities to one another – as the Strong Cities Network is doing – is not only a powerful way to lift up our communities worldwide. It also sends a message about who we are and what we aspire to be – as an alliance of nations and as a global community.”
Kudos to Wood for going onto the SCN webpage to determine who their members are:
...”The Strong Cities Network About page clearly states “The Strong Cities Network is run by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), a London-based ‘think-and-do’ tank with a long-standing track record of working to prevent violent extremism across all forms.” That is to say, the Strong Cities Network is a front group for the Institute of Strategic Dialogue.
“Who is the Institute for Strategic Dialogue? It is yet another NGO think-tank run by a fourteen-member Board of Trustees all of whom are directly connected to the global oligarchy. One member, Field Marshal The Lord Guthrie, is a member of the Trilateral Commission and a former Director of the global financial empire, N M Rothschild & Sons Limited. No less than ten other board members also have direct ties to the global financial world. The Board also contains two Baronesses and three Lords of the British monarchy.”
It is not two Baronesses and three Lords of the British monarchy breaking off from tea and crumpet time that we are fighting here, it is the United Nations at work with a mission to supplant local police with blue helmet personnel.
“One of ISD’s ideological positions should be of great concern to all Americans. A section of their web site details an initiative to fight against “Far-Right Extremism and Intolerance”, which states,
“The blurred relationship between violence from the extreme right and broader trends of Islamophobia and anti-immigration sentiment poses several challenges for policy makers seeking to address the increasing risk of violent right-wing extremism…In 2012, ISD launched a new programme of work to enhance understanding of the threat from the far right, and help policy makers to develop effective responses to these violent and non-violent movements.“ [Emphasis added]
“In America, such “far-right” groups are already defined by the FBI and Department of Homeland Security as Tea Party groups, Oath Keepers, Constitutionalists, defenders of the 2nd Amendment and all who oppose Islam, the United Nations, Sustainable development, Agenda 21, Common Core Education Standards, etc., Wood correctly points out.
But it’s not the ISD out to save the world from the “extreme right”, “broader trends of Islamophobia and anti-immigration sentiment” but the pervasive, well-funded United Nations.
In fairness, Wood did include constitutional lawyer/teacher KrisAnn Hall’s 14-minute compelling video in his column, and it is one that all lovers of Freedom and Liberty should watch.
Meanwhile, the latest batch of NGOs dispatched to help Barack Obama take down America are on the way.
Be a Paul and Paulette Revere and warn your neighbours: “The UN is coming and coming in the worst way possible for patriotic America!”
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