After all the mainstream media hype about the “all inclusive capitalist system” and “advances in humanitarian law”, the United Nations not only appointed Saudi Arabia to the chairmanship of UN Human Rights Council, it has also allowed the passage of the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership amidst the cover of the Apollo “moon landing.”
And as ridiculous as it sounds, the United States is also allowed to investigate itself by the same United Nations as to its own culpability about the recent precision bombing of the Kunduz hospital were a number of patients were seen burning in their beds.
What these mean is that: as far as the Corporatocracy is concerned, it’s business as usual.
“Without claiming to be exhaustive, we can mention the codification and development of international law, the establishment of international norms regarding human rights, advances in humanitarian law, the resolution of numerous conflicts, operations of peace-keeping and reconciliation, and any number of other accomplishments in every area of international activity and endeavour.”
- Jesuit Pope Bergoglio
“The ecological crisis, and the large-scale destruction of biodiversity, can threaten the very existence of the human species. The baneful consequences of an irresponsible mismanagement of the global economy, guided only by ambition for wealth and power, must serve as a summons to a forthright reflection on man: “man is not only a freedom which he creates for himself.”
- Jesuit Pope Bergoglio
The all-inclusive capitalist system is just a fancy wrapper for an old concept:
- Dissecting Pope Bergoglio’s Speech at the United Nations
- NASA Releases 10,000+ Apollo Images Ahead of TPP Approval
- Who Wants to Bite The “Inclusive Capitalism” Bait?
- The Federal Reserve’s Multi-Trillion Dollar Dilemma
- Despite high economic growth, PH poverty on the rise
UN Trusts US to Investigate Itself, Will Hold Off on Kunduz Bombing Probe
04:02 06.10.2015(updated 09:04 06.10.2015
On October 4, a US airstrike on a Doctors Without Borders hospital killed 22 civilians. The US military on Monday said the strike was launched after Afghan forces taking gunfire called for air support.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for an “impartial” investigation, but did not say it should be carried out by the UN.
“It’s still early days, I think we’re waiting to see what comes out of the official U.S. and NATO and possibly Afghan investigations,” he said. “I think what we’re looking for is a credible and transparent investigation.”
Doctors Without Borders and Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, the UN human rights chief have said the incident could be a war crime.
US Defense Secretary Ash Carter has promised a full investigation into the airstrike.
Under international law, the bombing would only be a war crime if it was proved that the hospital was attacked intentionally, legal experts told Reuters.
A UN investigation is unlikely at this point because the United States is viewed as capable of carrying out a credible investigation and because the incident is not viewed as part of a systematic campaign targeting civilians, diplomatic sources said. If doubts arose over the credibility of the US or NATO investigations, there might be calls for a UN probe, Reuters reported.
Doctors Without Borders, which said they had given the hospital coordinates to US and Afghan forces, has called for a “full transparent independent investigation.”
Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein on Saturday said that “if established as deliberate in a court of law, an air strike on a hospital may amount to a war crime.”
More proofs that the United Nations, and all that it represents, is one big lie:
- US Judge Absolves Saudi Arabia’s 911 Complicity based on Technicality
- United Nations Appoints Executioner Saudi Arabia as Chair of Human Rights Council
- The Evil Within Saudi Arabia’s Bombing of Yemen
- Paris False Flag Eclipsed Disclosure on Saudi Arabia’s Financing of 9/11 False Flag
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