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The UN Human Rights Declaration was a draft on a worthless peace of paper, it is saturated with pretty words that never, in 65 years of continued corruption, wars, big business and small time crime ever, found any ears to listen and act upon in accordance.
The UN is too complex an institution, too big for its boots, especially since the boots are worn by bureaucrat policy makers, conventions organizers, status and financial interest vested individuals and a host of goodwill organizations whose support is dependent on self interest decisions by those working back stage within the organization on their own agendas.
The UN is an outdated, outmoded institution, its founders are long dead and buried. To this day, amid a host of speculations as to who really established the UN, when, and for what intent, there are no clear answers, only the facts of its achievements since 1948, or rather the questionable lack thereof as it trickles through the media in monotonous regularity and growing in volume by the day.
UN HUMAN RIGHTS DECLARATION FLAWS
To begin with, the English is of a time and place long outdated in common modern literacy language - not to be confused with IT/cellphone/Google jargon and FB slang. This declaration is written in colonizer's language predating 1800 AD and back to Egyptian and Chinese Dynasty proclamation scrolls times BC. This declaration is more of a corporate contract than a visionary education, full of rights according to the institution's "democratic" insistence, allowing for everybody's rights but for nobody's responsibilities. Children have written more comprehensive guidelines for sober living in less than one of the 30 UN Declaration articles and to add to that, in less than the 10 commandments carved in stone by one of Moses' scribes.
THE WW REFUGEES EXODUS
The UN and news media call it a "crisis":
Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, China, Sudan and most of Africa, Mexico, Central America, and more, people are fleeing from one war torn country to another by the millions every day. And the "crisis relief" agencies turn into frantic ants nests scrambling to feed the millions displaced by the dirtiest business on Earth - the wars for profit industry.
This epidemic of displaced people is not the crisis, the crisis lies in the criminal politics that causes this to happen.
The Zaatari refugee camp 2013
The Zaatari refugee camp near the Jordanian city of Mafraq shelters 115,000 Syrian refugees, posing a humanitarian crisis and a threat to global security, say UN officials.
ROAD MAP TO A NEW WORLD ORDER
Slavery or World Peace - Make the connection
Agenda 21 - G8-G20 Summits - TPP
Agenda 21 - G8-G20 Summits - TPP
* More than 100,000 people have been killed, according to United Nations (UN) Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. That number is 7,000 higher than the number issued by the UN last month.
* Almost 2 million refugees have fled from Syria in the past two years. This situation is starting to resemble what happened in 1948 and 1967, when Palestinians were forced out of their homeland permanently. According to UN and other humanitarian officials
, this has serious implications for countries nearby such as Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, where most of the refugees have found shelter.
* One in six people in Lebanon are now Syrian refugees, while in Jordan the biggest camp has become the country’s fourth-largest city. This huge number means that these countries are becoming overwhelmed, and Western countries may be asked to accept tens of thousands of Syrian refugees, according to the UN’s refugee chief.
* At least 4 million Syrians have been displaced within the country, in addition to the 2 million who have fled Syria, meaning that a quarter of the population of Syria have now been driven from their homes.
The Syrian Crisis Is Rapidly Becoming The World’s Crisis
From The Guardian:
“We are facing in the Middle East something that is more than a humanitarian crisis, more than a regional crisis, it is becoming a real threat to global peace and security,” UN High Commissioner For Refugees António Guterres said.
Guterres compared the Syrian refugee issue to that of Iraqis during the last decade, when more than 100,000 were resettled away from the region. “If things go on for a prolonged period of time then resettlement will become a central part of our strategy,” he said. “We would like when the time comes … to be able to launch a resettlement programme as massive as the one for Iraqis.”
Speaking in New York at the United Nations headquarters on July 25, both UN Secretary Ban Ki-Moon and U.S. Secretary John Kerry stressed the urgency of finding a political solution to the conflict.
This was Kerry’s first visit to the UN as the top diplomat for the U.S., and he seized the opportunity to call for Syria’s opposition coalition and President Bashar al-Assad’s government to commit to negotiations on a peaceful settlement to the country’s civil war, saying there “is no military solution.”
“There is only a political solution, and that will require leadership in order to bring people to the table,” Kerry told reporters.
However, the Syrian opposition, which remains deeply divided, has so far refused to participate in peace talks without an assurance that they would result in Assad’s exit from power.
But while these negotiations appear to be at a stalemate, is anyone noticing that this is the world’s most serious refugee crisis in a generation?
And as more and more Syrians flee their homeland, the effect on neighboring countries is inevitable. However welcoming they seek to be, the overwhelming influx of people into Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey has put pressure on local services such as schools, hospitals and job markets, and has created tension and hostility.
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