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Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institute Resumes Security Training for the UN

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Mahwah NJ,  the Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institute has once again welcomed United Nations (U.N.) personnel for training in “Safe and Secure Approaches in Field Environment” (SSAFE) protocol. The Bergen County Law and Public Institute had previously hosted SSAFE for U.N. personnel from September 2017 until operations for in-person training were put on pause at the beginning of the pandemic.

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Rogue killer drone ‘hunted down’ a human target

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New York NY, in March last year, a KARGU-2 quadcopter targeted and killed a soldier without instructions to do so. The drone was operating in an autonomous mode, hunting down the target as they tried to retreat. It is likely the first time drones have attacked humans without being directed to. The incident raises concerns about the future of autonomous drones. Scientists and human rights groups have called for restrictions on the technology.


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UN fears third leg of the global financial crisis, with epic debt defaults



21 SEPTEMBER 2016 • 8:54PM

The third leg of the world’s intractable depression is yet to come. If trade economists at the United Nations are right, the next traumatic episode may entail the greatest debt jubilee in history.

It may also prove to be the definitive crisis of globalized capitalism, the demise of the liberal free-market orthodoxies promoted for almost forty years by the Bretton Woods institutions, the OECD, and the Davos fraternity.

“Alarm bells have been ringing over the explosion of corporate debt levels in emerging economies, which now exceed $25 trillion. Damaging deflationary spirals cannot be ruled out,” said the annual report of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).

We know already that the poisonous side-effect of zero rates and quantitative easing in the US, Europe, and Japan was to flood developing nations with cheap credit, upsetting their internal chemistry and drawing them into a snare. What is less understood is just how destructive this has been.

Much of the money was wasted, skewed towards “highly cyclical and rent-based sectors of limited strategic importance for catching up,” it said.

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An Internet Giveaway to the U.N.

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If the U.S. abdicates internet stewardship, the United Nations might take control.

Aug. 28, 2016 5:52 p.m. ET

When the Obama administration announced its plan to give up U.S. protection of the internet, it promised the United Nations would never take control. But because of the administration’s naiveté or arrogance, U.N. control is the likely result if the U.S. gives up internet stewardship as planned at midnight on Sept. 30.

On Friday Americans for Limited Government received a response to its Freedom of Information Act request for “all records relating to legal and policy analysis . . . concerning antitrust issues for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers” if the U.S. gives up oversight. The administration replied it had “conducted a thorough search for responsive records within its possession and control and found no records responsive to your request.”

It’s shocking the administration admits it has no plan for how Icann retains its antitrust exemption. The reason Icann can operate the entire World Wide Web root zone is that it has the status of a legal monopolist, stemming from its contract with the Commerce Department that makes Icann an “instrumentality” of government.

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The Real War on Women: No Global Conference from the UN?

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Yazidi Women Tell of Rape and Enslavement at Hands of ISIS


KHANKE CAMP, Iraq — The grandmother lifted her face to heaven and let out a high wail.

“I pray for this hell to end,” the 64-year-old said before crumpling onto the floor of her hut.

Kimy Hassan Sayfo. Yuka Tachibana / NBC News

Kimy Hassan Sayfo’s daughters and granddaughters have been held captive by ISIS. Two daughters recently escaped but extremist fighters have kept her young granddaughters “for themselves,” she said.

Her story echoes those of countless others across this vast tent city full ofYazidis, a tiny and ancient religious minority reviled and persecuted by ISIS.

More than 3,000 women and girls were taken captive when ISIS attacked ancestral Yazidi villages around northwestern Iraq’s Sinjar Mountain in August 2014. Nearly half-a-million people have been displaced since, according to the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Yazidi Affairs Directorate.

Today, community leaders say around 2,000 women and girls are still being bought and sold in ISIS-controlled areas. The young become sex slaves and older women are beaten and used as house slaves, according to survivors and accounts from ISIS militants.


“Aveen” was among the countless who were taken. She told NBC News how ISIS fighters separated the men from women and children when her village was attacked.

“They took young girls, seven, nine and 10 years old,” said Aveen, whose name has been changed and face hidden to protect her identity.

The women and children were held in a school where, she said, the guards would come at night to take away women and rape them.

Aveen said she spent most of her time with ISIS in Raqqa, held by a fighter who raped and beat her repeatedly. The 23-year-old escaped after nearly a year in captivity.

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Dr. Tim Ball in his new book, “The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science”.



“It is the greatest deception in history and the extent of the damage has yet to be exposed and measured,” says Dr. Tim Ball in his new book, “The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science”.

Dr. Ball has been a climatologist for more than forty years and was one of the earliest critics of the global warming hoax that was initiated by the United Nations environmental program that was established in 1972 and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) established in 1988.

Several UN conferences set in motion the hoax that is based on the assertion that carbon dioxide (CO2) was causing a dramatic surge in heating the Earth. IPCC reports have continued to spread this lie through their summaries for policy makers that influenced policies that have caused nations worldwide to spend billions to reduce and restrict CO2 emissions.

Manmade climate change—called anthropogenic global warming—continues to be the message though mankind plays no role whatever.

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5 problems facing UN as it nears 70th anniversary


5 problems facing UN as it nears 70th anniversary
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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The world has changed dramatically since the United Nations was established after World War II but the organization has not adapted to reflect the 21st century.

While the U.N. has had its share of successes, its aging structure has struggled with new threats like Ebola and terrorist groups that control large areas of its member countries. U.N. members have been discussing change for decades, but agreement has proven impossible because of competing interests.

As it approaches its 70th anniversary next year, here are five problems facing the United Nations:


The same five countries – the victors of WWII – have been the power players since 1945: the United States, Russia, China, Britain and France. They are the only permanent members of the powerful, 15-seat Security Council. Each has veto power, which has led to near-paralysis at the council on some major crises like Syria and Ukraine.

Critics say the council simply doesn’t represent the world today. At its inception, the U.N. had 51 member states. It now has 193, many of them clamoring for more clout. All countries are represented in the General Assembly, but that body can only pass non-binding resolutions.

Often mentioned as countries deserving of permanent Security Council seats are Germany, Japan, India, South Africa, Nigeria, and Brazil. But there are no signs the big five intend to give up any power or share it with more countries.

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Agenda 21 : Angry critics call New Jersey’ blueprint for growth too radical

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Agenda 21 : Angry critics call New Jersey’ blueprint for growth too radical

The Christie administration’s draft strategic investment plan is touted by officials as a blueprint for spurring economic development in New Jersey, a goal seemingly embraced by many.

But critics say it represents a much more radical plan, and a very unlikely GOP agenda at that. It’s a proposal they say redistributes wealth, usurps individual property rights, and reflects a decade-old United Nations resolution that aims to promote so-called sustainable environmental growth around the globe.

In the seventh public hearing on the draft plan in Toms River yesterday, more than 50 people showed up, mostly to denounce the proposal. Often they shouted down a Christie administration official who sought to answer questions, loudly applauded those who criticized the proposal, and frequently interrupted the official when he sought to address those concerns.  (Johnson, NJ Spotlight)

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Shelly Kennedy will speak on the dangers of Agenda 21 and the Redevelopment Plan and the Foreclosure Act

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Shelly Kennedy will speak on the dangers of Agenda 21 and the Redevelopment Plan and the Foreclosure Act
NJTPC General Meeting- May 15, 2012 -(Tuesday) – 7:00 PM
124 Essex Street, Rochelle Park, NJ – Harley Davidson Building

Rochelle Park, NJ, Agenda 21 issue has been on the forefront since last year and on Tuesday night NJTPC will feature a very special guest speaker, Shelly Kennedy.

Shelly Kennedy is a local NJ activist, and our resident “go to informed person” for Agenda 21matters . She is a member of the NJ Tea Party Caucus and works to inform and advise on the dangers of Agenda 21.

Shelly has been a recent guest speaker on the Tea Time cable show. She will be discussing how the Redevelopment Plan and the Foreclosure Act converge to enforce mandates on your individual towns and how it may affect your home residence as an asset. She will answer your questions and explain what you can do to avert Agenda 21 and its attacks on private property

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West Bergen Tea Party Presents Sustainable Jersey/UN Agenda 21

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West Bergen Tea Party Presents Sustainable Jersey/UN Agenda 21

“Socialist Serfdom”

Destroying our Property Rights, Affecting our Prosperity and Limiting our FREEDOM

The State Development/Redevelopment Plan: This Plan is an extension of the UN Agenda 21 which is being pushed into local communities throughout the USA through local ‘sustainable development’ policies such as Smart Growth, Wildlands Project, Resilient Cities, Regional Visioning Projects, and other “Green” or “Alternative” projects. This is a radical Plan which views the American way of life of private property ownership, single family homes, private car ownership and individual travel choices, and privately owned farms, all destructive to the environment. There’s more …. please attend and learn firsthand the underlying harmful implications if this Plan is implemented and what we can do to stop it.

7 pm, Tuesday, May 8th at the Larkin House
380 Godwin Avenue, Wyckoff (1/4 mile North of Stop & Shop on the right)
More Information: 201 891-5918 

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Sustainable Jersey/UN Agenda 21 : “Socialist Serfdom”

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Sustainable Jersey/UN Agenda 21

“Socialist Serfdom” , Destroying our Property Rights, Affecting our Prosperity, Limiting our Freedom

Join us 7 pm, Tuesday, May 8th
at the Larkin House
380 Godwin Avenue, Wyckoff
(1/4 mile North of Stop & Shop on the right)

More Information: 201 891-5918

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Agenda21 is global socialism directed through the United Nations. “Smart Growth” is doublespeak for planned communities. “Sustainable Development” means a centrally planned economy. “Industry Clusters” are government work factories. “Green Design” is the clustering of people in 700 sq/ft, 14 story “pack and stack” living quarters with your personal universe restricted to walking distance or light rail travel to your place of work. This is the reinvention of Mao’s China.

The famous tome “Road to Serfdom” by F. A. Hayek (1944) is the treatise on why planned economies must always fail and create misery in their path. Von Mises, Hayek and the other Austrian Economist (Ludwig Von Mises, F. A. Hayek, Murray Rothbard) contrast the liberty and prosperity of free market capitalism with the failure and totalitarian nature of socialism’s planned economy. In America for the first 225 years, free markets prevailed. In a nutshell, this means that 311 million people make individual decisions based on their individual needs and wants day in and day out. Billions of decisions are made by families given a wide plethora of choices and complex individual constraints. Agenda21 and socialism in general superimpose a one size fits all central decision in its place.

The first consequence is an economic desert. It is not a coincidence that most technological innovations occurred in the United States. In a planned economy, perhaps Edison might have invented a more efficient kerosene lamp. Government mandates for lighting may have funded safer or more luminous lanterns. Instead, Thomas Edison performed thousands of experiments with his own time and money creating the light bulb. It allowed for increased mobility during dark hours and improved education. Likewise, Henry Ford simply applied general theory of economic “division of labor” to make the automobile less expensive and abundant. A central planner may have simply commanded him to build lighter and safer horse buggies.

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By Kathleen Marquardt
February 25, 2012


When public policy is made by elected officials who are accountable to the people who are governed, then government is truly empowered by the consent of the governed. Sustainable development has designed a process through which public policy is designed by professionals and bureaucrats, and implemented administratively, with only symbolic, if any, participation by elected officials. The professionals and bureaucrats who actually make the policies are not accountable to the people who are governed by them. Henry Lamb, Sovereignty International

Public Private Partnerships

The third path to Sustainable Development, is Public/Private Partnerships. PPPs are business ventures that are undertaken with a partnership between the government (public sector) and private business entities. The businesses promise the government that they will operate under the laws of sustainable development and the government then acts as a bullying big brother to the businesses and forces onerous rules and regulations on those who won’t play the PPP game; this tactic often results in putting the competition out of business while the PPPs get more powerful — thanks to Congress.

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UN Agenda 21 : take away your property rights

UN Agenda 21 : take away your property rights 

For those of you that do not know about UN Agenda 21, it is in a nutshell:

An “earth first” mantra that subverts rational thought and the needs of our Society to dupe citizens of developed nations into massive wealth transfer (especially property and property rights) to their governments (local, state and national) and from their governments to undeveloped nations,
supposedly to rid the world of poverty thereby achieving a global, “Sustainable” utopia.

Sustainable is the buzz word that encapsulates decision criteria based on satisfying one or more of
the three E’s:

– Environment
– Equity (as in Social Equity)
– Economy

As wacky as this sounds, this is no joke – it is a cult mentality that has the potential to suddenly and forever fundamentally transform America into an unrecognizable form.

The draft plan clearly cedes control to the state, whether that is intended or not, and whether or not the county government wishes to implement the state plan or not. “Intent” has nothing to do with it despite what county planners claim. State law will prevail. Fortunately, various groups have already had much success with Somerset, Monmouth and Ocean counties; their rationale is getting attention statewide. This sets a precedent for success in your county, too. Politicians like to know there are others also addressing this issue – they they are not alone in the fight. A good communication channel is open with the county planners in all three of these counties, not only regarding the draft state development plan, but also their respective county plans.