Many in Canada are furious with the world leaders gathered there. Thousands marched through Toronto to protest over the G8 and G20 summits.
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Many in Canada are furious with the world leaders gathered there. Thousands marched through Toronto to protest over the G8 and G20 summits.
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Betraying its dictatorial and anti-free speech agenda, the United Nations has blocked two-time New York Times number one bestseller and World Net Daily senior staff writer Jerome Corsi from attending the Copenhagen climate conference next week.
Establishment propaganda organs like the Associated Press, who have dutifully echoed the UN’s hokey science on global warming, in spite of the recent climategate scandal which proved that top academics associated with the UN IPCC manipulated data to “hide the decline” in global temperatures, have been graciously invited to attend the summit, but any media outlet that has questioned the United Nations’ monopoly on universal truth is not welcome.
Despite the fact that Corsi was previously accredited for coverage at the UN, namely for speeches given by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and George W. Bush, he has been banned from attending next week’s Copenhagen confab.
“Axel Wuestenhagen, media coordinator for the event, admitted in his response that, after two weeks of deliberation on the matter, he consulted with U.N. officials in New York to make a decision about WND’s request,” reports World Net Daily.
“Having now reviewed the application and in consultation with the Media and Accreditation Unit in New York, regrettably, we are not in a position to grant accreditation in this instance,” he wrote. “As a for-profit subsidiary of the nonprofit Western Journalism Center, we follow the U.N. guidelines on accreditation which specifies that advocacy publications of nongovernmental or nonprofit organizations do not qualify for media accreditation. Please note that the organization is under no obligation to accept your request if it does not meet U.N. standards and requirements for press accreditation.”
As WND editor Joseph Farah points out, WND has no present affiliation whatsoever with the Western Journalism Center, so the ban has been implemented on a completely false pretext. Despite this, even if WND was affiliated with the Western Journalism Center, what gives the United Nations the right to block media coverage of an event that has global ramifications? This isnt a private function, this is a major summit at which decisions which intimately affect the lives of U.S. citizens will be made by unelected bureaucrats.
Of course, the real reason why Corsi and WND were banned from the event is because they have not prostrated themselves in front of the UN as a servile echo chamber for global warming brainwashing and propaganda, unlike organizations like the Associated Press who have profusely dothed their cap in support of the UN’s ceaseless drive to convince the world that the “debate is over” on global warming, despite the fact that temperatures have been falling for over 10 years.
The Copenhagen event is also being billed as a great leap forward for the implementation of a global government. Since Corsi and World Net Daily have consistently highlighted the anti-democratic nature of the march towards a new world order, their skepticism is obviously something the UN is trying to neutralize.
Top globalists routinely let slip damning statements about the real agenda behind the march towards global governance at these kind of events, yet establishment media outlets habitually fail to report on them. Corsi would have seized upon and reported these sort of statements, which is precisely why the UN has barred him from attending.
This is the model for freedom of the press in the new world order once global institutions completely seize control of national legislative bodies. As is also the case with the European Union, which passed a tyrannical ruling that made it an illegal offense to criticize the EU, dissent in the era of global governance will not be tolerated and those who attempt to exercise freedom of speech in opposing our new rulers will be summarily silenced and gagged.
September 9, 2009
No, Rep. Hill, the town hall meeting was for the people of Indiana and you work for them. Another flagrant example of the prevalent attitude in the district of criminals.
Michael P. Wright
August 31, 2009
On page 247 of its final report, the 9/11 Commission lied and claimed that they were “unaware of any evidence” of contact between 9/11 hijacker Mohammed Atta and Zacarias Moussaoui.
The evidence was right there in their files. See page 21 of this 9/11 Commission document. This was obtained from the National Archives by the History Commons website:
It says that during the six months prior to the attacks, Atta and two other hijackers were on the same Beechcraft Duchess aircraft out of the Wiley Post Airport in Bethany, Oklahoma. Moussaoui was taking flight lessons in Norman, about 20 miles south of Bethany, during that same period.
The Moussaoui-Atta meeting in Oklahoma City was also verified in May 2002 by former State Department terrorism expert Larry Johnson, in an interview with Bill O’Reilly. Go here for the video:
Finally, I informed the 9/11 Commission about the Moussaoui-Atta meeting in Oklahoma in an email of September 2003.
See this related video of George Tenet telling a 9/11 lie during a March 2005 speech at the University of Oklahoma:
http://www.jessewoodrow.com for the actual conference PDF
Monday, July 20, 2009
President Obama will attend the controversial Security and Prosperity Partnership meeting with Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper next month, it has been revealed.
The White House had not responded to requests to verify Obama’s schedule during the second week of August, however, a statement from Press Secretary Robert Gibbs titled “Upcoming Travel by the President,” confirms that Obama will attend the recently re-branded
“North American Leader’s Summit” in Mexico.
“The president will travel to Guadalajara, Mexico, August 9-10 to attend the North American Leaders Summit with Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper,” the announcement, reported by World Net Daily, states.
“The summit meeting will provide an opportunity for the United States, Mexico, and Canada to engage on a broad range of issues, including economic recovery and competitiveness in North America, our shared interest in energy and the environment, and cooperation among our governments to promote the safety and welfare of our citizens, including continued close cooperation to counter the A/H1N1 influenza pandemic.” the statement continues.
Last year, one month prior to the meeting in April, documents were uncovered relating the fact that heads of state of the U.S., Mexico and Canada were beseeching business leaders to launch public relations campaigns in order to counter critics of the SPP.
The documents detailed how corporate representatives were urged to “humanize” North American integration, promote NAFTA success stories to employees and unions and evolve the harmonization agenda “without fueling protectionism”.
The move was seemingly a response to the continued exposition of the integration agenda, which led to representatives within Congress petitioning the government on the secretiveness of the SPP and multiple states introducing resolutions calling on their federal representatives to halt work on the so called “North American Union”.
During his nomination campaign, Obama pledged to end the secrecy surrounding the SPP meetings and to conduct them with full transparency.
His decision to remain silent on whether or not he will even attend the meeting until just a few weeks beforehand has guaranteed advance criticism.
Critics will also cast a keen eye over Obama’s attendance given his strong worded campaign pledge to “amend” NAFTA in favor of American workers by stemming the loss of manufacturing jobs.
Since he has entered office Obama has simply reiterated the SPP’s call to advance without stoking “protectionism”. In a joint press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, during his first official foreign visit, Obama responded to a question regarding the renegotiation of NAFTA by saying “Now is a time where we have to be very careful about any signs of protectionism.”
Eyebrows were also raised when Obama temporarily removed economist Austan Goolsbee from his staff when it was revealed that Goolsbee had told Canadian officials that Obama’s campaign promises to renegotiate NAFTA were purely campaign rhetoric.
June 27, 2009
Earlier today — before the White House amnesty meeting — I sent the following letter to each of the 535 Members of Congress.
Most media and political focus on “reforming” our immigration system is based on concern for the 12 million citizens of other countries who have broken our immigration laws and have illegally taken residence and jobs in this country. My letter attempts to persuade these politicians that their focus should be on the 14 million Americans (and their families) who have lost their jobs and can’t find another one. As I said in a CNN interview today, 6 to 7 million unemployed Americans would have jobs if not for the presence of the illegal aliens.
Most importantly, my letter puts each Member of Congress on notice that 900,000 members of NumbersUSA will make sure that all supporters of amnesty answer for their actions during next year’s elections.
MY LETTER TO EACH MEMBER OF CONGRESS
June 25, 2009
Dear Senator/Representative xmxmxmxm:
One week following U.S. Labor Department reports that there were more than five job seekers for every job opening and unemployment jumped to 9.4%, President Obama is meeting with lawmakers to discuss increasing immigration. The 900,000 grassroots activists of NumbersUSA ask you to stand for the 14.5 million unemployed U.S. workers when entering any discussion on immigration.
Consider the political impracticality and moral implications of a vote for amnesty or granting permanent job permits to 8 million illegal foreign workers while 14.5 million U.S. workers remain jobless.
How would you explain a vote like during your next election campaign?
As the economic downturn continues and millions more Americans search for a way to support themselves and their families, we urge you to take immediate steps that will reduce the number of both legal and illegal new job seekers so we can put Americans back to work. During the midterm elections NumbersUSA and our members will work hard to reward legislators that supported the unemployed.
NumbersUSA is closely monitoring 5 GREAT true immigration reform bills that would lower overall immigration numbers and would speed putting unemployed Americans back to work:
- Rep. Phil Gingrey’s H.R. 878 to end Chain Migration,
- Rep. Bob Goodlatte’s H.R. 2305 to end the Visa Lottery,
- Rep. Nathan Deal’s H.R. 1868 to end Birthright Citizenship,
- Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s H.R. 2406 to assist Local Enforcement
- and Rep. Heath Shuler’s SAVE Act to mandate E-Verify.
Will you vote to protect outlaw businesses that hire illegal immigrants for jobs that should go to unemployed Americans? Instead, we ask that you co-sponsor, support and work to pass these 5 GREAT bills. They will:
- Open millions of jobs currently held by illegal aliens so unemployed Americans can have them.
- Significantly reduce the 138,000 new foreign workers that we pump into the labor force every month.
- Call a time-out on chain migration and the visa lottery, both of which bring a nearly endless stream of job seekers — without any regard to skills, education or need — who put downward pressure on wages and benefits for Americans lucky enough not to lose their job.
Please say NO to any kind of amnesty for illegal workers, and say YES to LESS immigration in order to put unemployed U.S. workers first.
Monday, May 18, 2009
London Guardian writer Charlie Skelton has further detailed the constant harassment and stalking he has been forced to endure for daring to cover the 2009 Bilderberg meeting near Athens.
A somewhat distressed and emotionally exasperated Skelton has filed a fresh report explaining how he has been consistently followed around and spied upon by undercover police (pictured opposite) and government security officials during his time in Vouliagmeni, Greece.
“I came to make a few cracks about Bilderberg and ended up getting sledgehammered in the nuts.” Skelton writes, referring to the fact that his initial posts were written with a lighthearted and comical approach.
The situation quickly turned serious for Skelton however, once the secretive elite confab kicked off.
He has been arrested twice for attempting to take photographs close to the Astir Palace resort, inside of which 150 or so of the world’s most influential powerbrokers have been trading words and strategies for the past four days.
Skelton relates how he has been threatened by his stalkers and has even gotten into a scuffle with two of them.
“I have been stalked and harassed by Greek government security, I have hidden from them in stairwells, challenged them in the street, tried to arrest them, and been lied to by them.” he writes.
Skelton describes how he has approached different police departments around the city to demand answers on why he is being hounded, and how he has even seen one of his stalkers inside a police department.
Despite also visiting the British embassy after fearing for his safety, Skelton has been completely stonewalled by the authorities.
He repeats the words spoken to him by a police captain in Athens:
“No, I don’t think you have a problem. They only follow you to see where you are going. I think they don’t want to harm you. And if they do want to harm you, I’d sooner they don’t do that in Athens.”
“They follow you from police station to police station. They know that you have informed police that you are threatened. They are more careful now.”
Read Charlie Skelton’s full dispatch at the Guardian here.