UN Staff Member says 5G Is War on Humanity

Massive EMR bombardment

The first eight months of WWII with no fighting was called The Phoney War. Using millimetre waves as a fifth-generation or 5G wireless communications technology is a phoney war of another kind.

This phoney war is also silent, but this time shots are being fired – in the form of laser-like beams of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) from banks of thousands of tiny antennas[1] – and almost no one in the firing line knows that they are being silently, seriously and irreparably injured.

In the first instance, 5G is likely to make people electro-hypersensitive (EHS).[2]Perhaps it was sitting in front of two big computer screens for many of the 18 years I worked at the UN that made me EHS. When the UN Office at Vienna installed powerful WiFi and cellphone access points – designed to serve large, public areas – in narrow, metal-walled corridors throughout the Vienna International Centre in December 2015, I was ill continuously for seven months.

Art Exhibition Raises Awareness on Violence Against Native American Women

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

Stolen Daughters

By Alejandra Palacios - WDIO - January 04, 2019

An art exhibit dedicated to Native American women affected by violence and human trafficking took place Friday at the Powless Cultural Center. The art work was created by people in the region impacted by the issue.

AICHO, a local Native American organization, went beyond the statistics and put an emotional and visual image to the women that have been killed or have gone missing due to the violence and trafficking that exists now.

The art exhibit is called Bring Her Home: Stolen Daughters of Turtle Island.

Turtle Island is the name Native Americans use for North America. 

The art exhibit featured a variety of paintings, ceramics, and photographs that showed pain and resilience. Each art display had a story that explained and showed a shocking reality that Native American women face.

Russia’s Clear GMO Labeling Rules Reach the Shelves across EAEU

The wise world resists against GMO food
By Sustainable Pulse - Jan 3, 2019
 

The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), including the countries of Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Belarus, has introduced clear GMO labeling on all food and supplement products containing genetically modified organisms, starting from last week.

Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Protection and Welfare (Rospotrebnadzor) announced in 2016 that it was inviting all EAEU countries to apply a “GMO” label on the packaging of food products that contain genetically modified organisms.

The Rospotrebnadzor and the EAEU confirmed the proposed amendments to the technical regulations on the labeling of food products in the EAEU, despite objections from some European Union food manufacturers, who claimed that the new GMO label will cause problems for international trade.

But beware: Some GMO foods will soon be falsely labeled as "biofortified". Remember that!

According to the new EAEU regulations the basic size of the GMO label must not be less than 5 mm. The technical regulations also require that the GMO label be applied in a manner that provides easy readability and visibility throughout the shelf life of food and supplement products.

World Food Program, Bribed By Saudis, Threatens Yemenis With More Famine

The divide in Yemen

By moonofalabama.org - 01. January 2018

The United Nation's World Food Program (WFP, a group of FAO) is supposed to relief populations in urgent need of food supplies. It is not supposed to be a partisan organization. But in the war on Yemen it has now taken one side of the conflict and is threatening the other side with starvation.

The slow famine in Yemen continues unabated. Not only the people in north Yemen, under control of the Houthi and besieged by the Saudi coalition, are starving. Those living in the government controlled areas in the south have similar problems. There are many conflicting parties which makes aid distribution difficult. There is food in the markets but the people have no money to pay for it.

Many poor local men, even children, get recruited to fight on either side. The coalition of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and the United States have few of their own soldiers on the ground. The hire others to wage their war.

The U.S. is essentially running the Saudi air war against Yemen:

When a Saudi F-15 warplane takes off from King Khalid air base in southern Saudi Arabia for a bombing run over Yemen, it is not just the plane and the bombs that are American.

American mechanics service the jet and carry out repairs on the ground. American technicians upgrade the targeting software and other classified technology, which Saudis are not allowed to touch. The pilot has likely been trained by the United States Air Force.

And at a flight operations room in the capital, Riyadh, Saudi commanders sit near American military officials who provide intelligence and tactical advice, ...

Goodbye, UNESCO: Israel and US quit UN heritage agency

UNESCO showed character and stood by Palestine with the result that the agency is now broke with funding withdrawn by the USA, but what is with all the other broken promises the agency itself did not fulfil - even in times when there was money?

By DW - 01.01.2019

The countries announced in 2017 that they would withdraw from the UN Educational, Science and Cultural Organization, accusing it of bias against Israel. That went into effect at the stroke of midnight and the beginning of 2019.

The tumultuous relationship between Israel and UNESCO came to an end with the close of 2018. And the US has followed suit, leaving the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization after accusing it of bias against Israel. "Unfortunately, UNESCO has adopted systematic discrimination against Israel and UNESCO is being used in order to rewrite history by people who hate the Jewish people and the state of Israel," a Foreign Ministry official said on Sunday. 

The United States and Israel had announced their decisions in 2017, but, according to the UNESCO statute, withdrawals go into effect at the end of the following year — in this case after the final tick of the clock on December 31, 2018.

Israel joined UNESCO in 1949. The agency is best known for its World Heritage program, which designates cultural sites and aims to preserve traditions. But it also works to defend press freedom, promote education for women, and fight extremism and anti-Semitism. Israel has nine World Heritage Sites, including the Bahai Gardens in Haifa, the biblical site of Masada near the Dead Sea, and the White City in Tel Aviv. The Old City in East Jerusalem is listed with no territorial status specified. UNESCO has added three locations within the Palestinian territories to its World Heritage List. 

Australian Businesses must consider Modern Slavery risks

Some forms of Modern Slavery

By et-oceanianode - 01 January 2019

The Bill had passed both houses of parliament, and the Modern Slavery Act took effect on 1 January 2019.

The law now introduces new obligations for large businesses operating in or from Australia to provide annual reports on the actions they have taken to address the risks of modern slavery in their operations and supply chains.

Chris Crewther MP, Fiona McLeod SC, Dr. David Cooke (Konica Minolta Aust.) and Prof. Jennifer Burn (of UTS and Anti-Slavery Australia) see the act as a very positive step in addressing slavery, servitude, forced labour, deceptive recruiting for labour or services, trafficking in persons, and debt bondage in the business community.

Modern Slavery in the Asia-Pacific region

The importance of addressing modern slavery was recently highlighted in the United Nations report into the Global Estimates of Modern Slavery.  This report estimated that on any given day, approximately 40 million people are victims of modern slavery.

Donald Trump’s lawyer said on Monday that WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange should not be prosecuted and he compared WikiLeaks publications to the Pentagon Papers.

Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani

By Joe Lauria - Special to Consortium News -

Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for President Donald Trump, said Monday that WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange had not done “anything wrong” and should not go to jail for disseminating stolen information just as major media does.

“Let’s take the Pentagon Papers,” Giuliani told Fox News. “The Pentagon Papers were stolen property, weren’t they?  It was in The New York Times and The Washington Post.  Nobody went to jail at The New York Times and The Washington Post.”

Giuliani said there were “revelations during the Bush administration” such as Abu Ghraib.  “All of that is stolen property taken from the government, it’s against the law. But once it gets to a media publication, they can publish it,” Giuliani said, “for the purpose of informing people.”

“You can’t put Assange in a different position,” he said. “He was a guy who communicated.”

Giuliani said, “We may not like what [Assange] communicates, but he was a media facility. He was putting that information out,” he said. “Every newspaper and station grabbed it, and published it.”

Capsized migrants relieved when rescue arrives

Charities Call This BS

The UN has resorted to blaming big tech for failing to crack down on human traffickers who use their platforms to lure migrants "to their deaths" with false promises of safe passage into Europe, according to the Independent.

Companies such as Facebook and WhatsApp are “enabling criminal activity” by traffickers who entrap victims who are unaware of the dangers they face, according to the UN’s migration agency.

The warning comes amid a surge in migrants attempting to reach the UK by crossing the Channel in small boats, with almost 100 people intercepted by both British and French authorities while attempting to reach the UK from France since Christmas Day. -Independent

UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid has declared the migrant crossings a "major incident," cutting short his family holiday to meet with his French counterpart and officials from Britain's Border Force, as well as the National Crime Agency, in order to take "personal control" of the situation, according to immigration minister Caroline Nokes. 

Windhoek - 28. December 2018

Namib Mills (Pty) Ltd. and Bokomo Namibia (Pty) Ltd. have applied for permission and a licence to import, process and sell maize meal from GMO maize which is contaminated with Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).

You can read and sign the petition HERE (already over 11,000 signatures - let's reach 15,000 and have yours included!)

GMOs have been proven to be NOT healthy for human or animal consumption.

Secondly since GMO maize its cheaper, local and especially smallholder farmers would not be able to sell their often even organically grown traditional, non-GM maize or corn for the a fair price, damaging the whole agricultural sector of the country.

As Namibians, the No GMO foods and feeds in Namibia Movement therefore launched this petition to STOP and prevent any import, processing and selling of any GMO maize or maize meal once and for all times. All sane people demand to rather support Namibian local smallholder farmers to produce organic, traditionally bred and improved maize, which also guarantees seed-availability and safety for the local farmers.

Protesters clash with riot police in Kasserine © REUTERS / Amine Ben Aziza
 
A journalist in Tunisia – the first country to face the Arab Spring – has set himself on fire, triggering a protest against unemployment and poverty. The case resembles the start of the 2011 Western-hailed revolt.
 

“For our people who have no means of subsistence, today I start a revolution,” journalist Abderrazak Zorgui told his audience in the poverty-stricken town of Kasserine.

Calling for people to rise up against poverty and poor living conditions, Zorgui then set himself on fire, invoking the well-known self-immolation of street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi in late 2010.

Zorgui was soon pronounced dead at a local hospital, and his funeral service quickly snowballed into violent protests in Kasserine and other towns. Kasserine, home to 76,000 people, saw clashes between stone-throwing protesters and police who deployed tear gas to disperse crowds.

37 Sudanese were killed by police during protests against price hike and corruption. | Photo: Twitter / @imanahmeddd

Update: Among those killed are 4 South-Sudanese bystanders

By teleSUR - 25 December 2018

The protesters wer were shot dead over five days of protests against hikes in prices and downward spiraling economic conditions.

According to independent observers at least 37 Sudanese protesters have been murdered by police in the country during the protests that started Wednesday.

Marches had been called by workers' assocations Tuesday going from Aby Janzir Square in central Khartoum to the presidential palace to demand that President Omar al-Bashir immediately step down after 29 years in office and for the formation of a transitional government.
The Association consists of a coalition of workers from the health, law, communications, education and engineer sectors.

“With further protest planned tomorrow, the fact that the security forces are using lethal force so indiscriminately against unarmed protesters is extremely troubling,” said Sarah Jackson, Amnesty International's deputy director for East Africa, the Great Lakes and the Horn.

Official government data has said that only eight have been killed, but the number is much higher according to Amnesty International. Sudanese opposition leader Sadig Mahdi said that 22 have been killed.

Refugee agency’s IG office accused of promoting impunity


A victim displays an injury sustained after being attacked by UNCHR G4S-security officer in Nairobi on December 18,2018./Enos Teche

Inaction by the UN refugee agency’s Inspector General’s Office is aiding increased abuses, harassment and extortion of asylum seekers, refugee activists have claimed.

Speaking to the Star on condition of anonymity, seven refugees who have taken it upon themselves to advocate their rights and those of other refugees said the IGO’s office has rebuffed them and doesn’t want to listen nor take their complainants.

In 2017, the group blew the whistle on several UNHCR officers in Kakuma involved in fraud, threats, intimidation and gross misconduct. They gave leads that helped the IGO’s office investigate the cases fully, seeing three officers referred to Kenya police for action, whereas two were put on internal disciplinary measures.

“Since that time, we were told the UNHCR got a backlash and they no longer want to hear from us anymore because we are embarrasing them,” one activist told the Star.

- as they decry brutality, bribery and threats in Kenya

When you cry and weep, when you are miserable, you are alone. When you celebrate, the whole existence participates with you, so the saying goes.

To a number of urban refugees, sorrows and pain are the bane of their existence, and not even agencies mandated to protect them are standing up for them to put a smile on their face.

As their host countrymen and women troop for festivities and plan for the new year, theirs is anxiety and fear of being abused and beaten when the world isn’t watching, as it is engrossed in celebrations.

Daniel Kahura was among 11 refugees who visited the Star on Tuesday. Some were limping, others aided to walk by leaning on the shoulders of their colleagues.

“It is the festive season again,” he said. “That time when UN High Commissioner for Refugees officials or their agents take their abuses, threats and harassment against us a notch higher. This is the worst time to be a refugee in Kenya. They will raid our makeshift abode and descend on us with blows and kicks.” 

updated: - German Parlamentarians and Veteran Journalist John Pilger visit Julian Assange in Ecuador Embassy, London
- Ecuador Foreign Minister José Valencia only offers riddiculous statement (click Read more below)
 
U.N. rights experts called on British authorities on Friday to allow WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to leave the Ecuador embassy in London without fear of arrest or extradition
 
Holed up 6 years in the Ecuadorian Embassy: Julian Assange
A UN-endorsed team of experts has urged London to "immediately" allow WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy, as the court of last resort denied his appeal over a newly imposed set of 'censure' rules.
 

Seong-Phil Hong, chair-rapporteur of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, and Michel Forst, special rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, reiterated calls for the UK to abide by international law and allow Assange to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy without any precondition.

"It is time that Mr Assange, who has already paid a high price for peacefully exercising his rights to freedom of opinion, expression and information, and to promote the right to truth in the public interest, recovers his freedom," the UN experts demanded in a statement on Friday.

- how the UAE is profiting from the chaos of civil war

The Emiratis’ strategy in Yemen shows how a small and very ambitious nation is projecting its power beyond its borders.

The UAE-backed ‘Security Belt’ militia (commanded by Abu al-Yamama, seated at centre) near their base north of Aden, Yemen. Photograph: Ghaith Abdul-Ahad for the Guardian

Four years ago, Ayman Askar was in a prison in south Yemen, serving a life sentence for murder. Now he is a wealthy and important man whose friendships cut across the many lines of the fragmented civil war that has destroyed the country. Askar has recently been named the chief of security for a large district in the southern port city of Aden – appointed by the government of Yemen, on whose behalf Saudi Arabia has been bombing the country for three-and-a-half years. But Askar is also a friend and ally of the United Arab Emirates – the most aggressive partner in the Saudi-led coalition fighting to restore the government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who was forced from office by the Houthi rebellion in 2015.

The Saudis have attracted the bulk of the world’s displeasure for their bloody intervention in Yemen, but the UAE plays a more forceful role on the ground – and its allies in the south, including local militias, Salafi fighters, and south Yemen separatists who want to break away from Hadi’s government, have been known to fight against the Saudis’ own proxies in the country.

Evidence against Syrian White Helmets presented at UN

White Helmets are shown in Syria’s Idlib province in this September 2015 file photo ©  Reuters / Khalil Ashawi

The ‘White Helmets’ are not a rescue group but an extension of jihadist militants, and should be designated a terrorist organization, Russia’s envoy to the UN argued at the presentation of evidence into the group’s wrongdoing.

Praised in the West as humanitarian rescue volunteers, in reality the ‘White Helmets’ work with Islamist militants in Syria, harvest organs from the victims they pretend to be “rescuing,” stage false chemical weapons and other attacks for cameras, and loot the bodies and homes of Syrians killed and injured in the war, according to Maxim Grigoriev, director of the Russia-based Foundation for the Study of Democracy.

Grigoriev presented the results of the Foundation’s research into White Helmets at the UN headquarters in New York on Thursday. Russia’s envoy to the UN, Vassily Nebenzia, said the evidence shows the group is dangerous.