Monday, October 12, 2009

Support Your Global Police?

Oh, joy:
The UN wants to build a global police force. It's really difficult to think of a worse idea.

When last we checked in with Ronald K. Noble, he was enjoying a lucrative career as a reward for helping cover up a crime against humanity in which he was deeply implicated.

Interpol's genocidal secretary-general, former U.S. Treasury official Ronald K. Noble.

In 1994, Noble was appointed undersecretary of the Treasury Department, a position that appears to have been created especially for him by then-Attorney General Janet Reno.

A year earlier, both Reno and Noble had been involved in the decision-making process leading to the April 19 holocaust at Mt. Carmel, in which scores of people were immolated as a result of what at very best could be called the depraved indifference of presiding federal officials.

During the hours leading up to that atrocity, FBI-operated tanks filled the Branch Davidian sanctuary (a combination worship space and living area invariably referred to as a "compound" once it came under federal assault on February 28) with a highly combustible variant of CS gas that was banned for battlefield use by an international treaty.

Around noon, something -- an upended Coleman lantern, a badly thrown Molotov cocktail, one of hundreds of "ferret" rounds fired by FBI commandos -- ignited a small fire that was quickly propagated into a blaze by the arid Texas prairie wind. Much of the world watched in horror on live television as the sanctuary burned to the ground, bringing to an agonizing end the lives of scores of people trapped within.

The victims had already endured fifty days of torment and ridicule by a government that had attacked their home without legal cause, killing several of their friends in the process.
Firemen and other emergency personnel were prevented from reaching the site before the flames had consummated their awful work. This was supposedly done to protect the emergency workers from attack by the people who were being consumed by the fire.

A more plausible explanation is that the people who had arranged that holocaust were trying to keep independent witnesses away from the scene of their crime.
Forward-Looking Infrared (FLIR) footage of the event provides damning evidence that FBI commandos (and, reportedly, at least a few Delta Force operators) directed automatic weapons fire into the burning sanctuary, cutting off escape routes and cutting down anyone who attempted to flee.

This can't be good.

A wrongful death lawsuit filed on behalf of Davidian survivors and the estates of the victims listed Noble among the "U.S. Treasury officials" who "planned, organized, and or led" the original February 28 assault against Mt. Carmel, despite knowledge that the warrants were obtained "without probable cause and with defects that rendered them illegal."

Those same officials, continued the complaint, permitted the assault to proceed "even though they knew that the Davidians were expecting an assault by law enforcement and, thus, were in a state of mortal terror," and "were so reckless in their preparation for and planning of this assault, that they did not even have a written plan in place prior to conducting the attack."

Noble was thus deeply involved in the decisions that led to the avoidable deaths of six members of the Branch Davidian sect, and four ATF stormtroopers, on February 28. His involvement in the planning and execution of the siege and the final April 19 assault isn't as significant. But he played the definitive role in covering up those crimes by serving as the "lead investigator" in the Clinton administration's internal "inquiry" into the federal atrocities at Waco.

So patently fraudulent was Noble's "investigation" that a second bogus inquiry was necessary: In 2000, Attorney General Reno chose former Missouri Senator John Danforth to preside over an "independent" investigation that was mounted in what proved to be a successful effort to derail the wrongful death lawsuit cited above.

By that time, however, Noble -- who had been given the Alexander Hamilton Award by the Treasury Department, as if anything named after that individual could be construed as an honor -- had been given another coveted post with Reno's help: He was nominated to serve as secretary-general of Interpol, a position he occupies to the present day.

Hey, wait a minute: Where have I seen that same sword-through-the-globe motif before?....

On October 12, Noble's agency announced that it would be collaborating with the United Nations by providing technical support -- including access to voluminous, detailed databases -- to UN "peacekeeping" personnel, including those that belong to the world body's police force, UNPOL.

Noble himself said that his organization is pursuing a "visionary model," an "alliance of all nations" under a "global police doctrine." This would, in effect, create the first genuinely planetary police force in human history.

In an address before justice and law enforcement officials from more than 60 nations who had assembled in Singapore,
Noble elaborated on that "visionary model": "In the framework of our partnership with the UN, INTERPOL will provide deployed police peacekeepers with access to the world's only secure global police communications system; global police databases including names of criminals, fingerprints, DNA profiles, stolen passports, and stolen vehicles; and specialized investigative support in key crime areas, including fugitives, drugs, terrorism, trafficking in human beings, and corruption."

....oh, yeah: That's essentially the same symbol used by the totalitarian "Terran Empire" in Star Trek's "Mirror Universe."

Apart from some very serious issues of jurisdiction and sovereignty, the most troubling aspect of INTERPOL's "visionary model" is its potential to help create a UN-directed global panopticon -- a "Your Papers, Please" system of world-wide scope.

It would certainly be of great use to the UN's International Criminal Court, a pseudo-judicial body that claims global jurisdiction.

Significantly, one of the "core" offenses recognized in the ICC Statute is genocide, as that offense is defined in the UN's Genocide Convention. Article II of that instrument describes the offense of genocide as "any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical [sic], racial or religious group":

"(a) Killing members of the group;
(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part...."

Some very serious and sober people contend that this definition is over-broad. No serious person of a constitutionalist bent considers the UN or its treaties a legitimate source of law.

However, it would be expected that Noble, as someone working to provide that body with a rudimentary global constabulary, would be among those who accept the legitimacy of its treaties.
But to do so would put Noble in a completely untenable position: He is directly implicated in an assault that resulted in the near-destruction of an entire religious community, which -- by the UN's definition -- qualifies as a form of attempted genocide.

At the very least, he is an accessory after the fact to genocide (once again, as defined by the UN).
Given the UN's history, however, that line on Nobel's resume might actually be counted on the asset side of the ledger.

Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, who headed the organization's "peacekeeping" division before being appointed to the top post, was censured in
the so-called Carlsson Report on the 1994 Rwandan genocide, which claimed as many as a million lives.

Annan had received detailed advance intelligence about the impending massacres of the Tutsis from both the on-scene UN commander, Canadian Colonel Romeo Dallaire,* and various informants within the Hutu-led government. He nonetheless continued with the program to disarm the Rwandan civilians and ordered Dallaire to burn his own sources by sharing his intelligence with the same regime that was planning the slaughter.

After the report came out in 1999, a group of Rwandan survivors, working with Australian attorney (and former UN investigator) Michael Hourigan, attempted to file a lawsuit against Annan and others implicated in the Rwandan genocide. But, drat the luck, wouldn't you just
know that UN officials are clothed in official immunity for such trivial offenses as aiding and abetting genocide, as long as this is done in an "official capacity."

So rather than being sued or prosecuted, Annan had to settle for receiving the Nobel Peace Prize. That was the most offensive selection ever made by the Nobel Committee. Well, at least until this year.

Thanks to the near-ubiquity of inconspicuous digital cameras and the technological blessing of internet file-sharing sites, Americans are just now coming to realize how commonplace criminal abuse by the police has become -- and how difficult it is to hold an abusive police officer accountable for crimes against innocent people. But this is the square root of the problem we would confront in the event that the UN actually created the global police force the foundation of which is being laid by Noble and his comrades.

It's entirely typical of the UN that its secretary general was implicated in what has been called "the first indisputable genocide since the UN Charter was signed," and that a key architect of its "crime-fighting" agenda was involved in planning and covering up a quasi-genocidal massacre here in the United States. This is a useful illustration of the fact that even though abolishing the UN wouldn't solve all or even most of our problems, it's a badly overdue step in the direction of restoring moral sanity.

*Despite the fact that Col. Dallaire tried to prevent the genocide, he blamed himself for the tragedy, which included the death of many men under his command. He returned to Canada where he descended into alcoholism and suicidal depression, even as Annan was elevated to the post of secretary general. I interviewed Dallaire by telephone several years ago and discovered, to my amazement, that he still believes in the principle of "collective security," even if he is understandably jaded about the UN as the vessel of that vision.

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Bob said...

Is this a sign of what would happen in a socialistic one-world government?

Anonymous said...

Yes, Bob, this is a sign of what would happen in a socialistic one world government. Wait 'til they start with the one world religion stuff. (Yes, that's coming, too.)
You can't have a one world government without a one world police force, and who better to run said police force than a proven thug like Noble?


Winston Smith said...

A sovereign, sentient USA has always stood in the way of the global socialists at the UN. The current economic fiasco is probably intentional to set us up for the final UN takeover. All the soldiers at the other side of the world means not as much resistance to the blue helmets. Support the globalists? Big negative on that no 10-4 good buddy.

Anonymous said...

Wow. We are living in the mirror universe. That explains a hell of a lot.

Anonymous said...

One World Government +
One World Religion +
One World Economy
One World Democide

Anonymous said...

Blue Helmets? Deployed here?

Who says there's no such thing as Santa Claus!

Anonymous said...

One thing I liked about W. Bush was his consistent flipping of the middle finger at the U.N. Advisers probably gave him this idea but it was still refreshing to see a US president exhibit testicular fortitude and tell the united abominations to shove it.

Anonymous said...

"A sovereign, sentient USA has always stood in the way of the global socialists at the UN"

Do you mean that "sovereign" nation whose big idea was to create and host said socialists and said institution on its soil?

"it was still refreshing to see a US president exhibit testicular fortitude "

LOL! You and Winston Smith need to put your crack pipes down once and for all. All that phony finger flipping was really AT you and not for you, citizen/slave. Simply high comedy for the elites while they watch patriotic bozos "oohrah" about such empty bravado.

Anonymous said...

Back on topic now. I felt that the only way the "blue helmets" would ever be deployed was in the event of a total financial and governmental (whether intentional or not... I side with it being planned) meltdown. The media shills will shriek and soccer moms will go beserk begging for "protection" and "law and order"... Uh huh. There will be reports ad-nauseum about tearful and terrible things happening all across the fruited plains and how anarchy had been set loose with gun-totin' lunatics to blame. Weapons will need to be confiscated or banned outright. And the UN will be "invited" under emergency measures to bring about the peace. I saw this coming years and years ago.

Anonymous said...

Taser International announced a new targeting directive:
"Do not aim for the chest or the left arm or the right arm"

This is huge.

The US media have not reported this new targeting directive.

It has been making headlines in Canada since October 8th - the RCMP and provincial police have announced they will comply. Australia has been buzzing about it since the weekend.

A simple google search will validate what I have said.

whitebuffalo said...

And all the "law and order", "patriotic" conservatives with their fetish for men in uniforms will insist we support these troops too. Something Wicked this way comes... and you can be sure it will be wearing a uniform of some kind, either military kahki or LEO blue. There's no difference between the two anymore.

whitebuffalo said...

And all the "law and order", "patriotic" conservatives with their fetish for men in uniforms will insist we all support these troops too. Something Wicked this way comes...and you can be sure it will be wearing a uniform of some kind, either military kahki or LEO blue. There's no difference anymore.

Anonymous said...

"Australia has been buzzing about it since the weekend."

LOL!!!... I don't know if that was intentional but it is sure shocked my funny bone.

Anonymous said...

Rather than view the dawning of a "one-world" system as some dark, diabolical plan hatched by a cabal of devils behind the scenes, why not see it for what it really is -- the logical result of a globalizing economy driven by expansion-oriented capitalism.

There was never any chance of maintaining global trade in a rapidly developing world without eventually having supranational government agencies in place to regulate it. Plotting and scheming radicals didn't drive this globalist trend, business did... capitalism did... commerce did. The one-world idealists are merely riding the back of a corporate crocodile that has long been in the water and headed across the river.

The concepts of nation-state national sovereignty were bound to weaken when it was decided long, long ago that the quest for money was more important than quaint political ideals. I have to laugh at so-called conservatives and patriots who yammer all the day long about the sanctity of open markets and free trade, but cannot understand how that ideal ended up weakening their precious national borders.

Anonymous said...

Here is the link for the new Taser targeting Directive

Page 2 at the link:
do not aim for the chest
the targeting illustration also places the arms outside the target area.

This is huge

US media have been silent on this new targeting directive.

No Aussie Poofters said...

Mot a special message from the just STFU foundation: Arguing over the internet is like running in the special olympics even if you win your still a retard.

D3VILNIGG said...

Aussie Poofter faggots don't get to comment on America. So shut your fuckin face cum drunk faggot.

DoJ Blog Patrol said...

No one cares what you think.

William N. Grigg said...
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William N. Grigg said...

For the record: As proprietor of this blog I've made the comments section available to anyone in any country who has internet access and an opinion to express.

As some of the foregoing comments indicate, I'm very latitudinarian regarding matters of decorum. My only consistent restriction is this: I won't abide outright blasphemy. Otherwise this is a free-fire zone.

Just FYI.

Fusion Center said...

Pass that crack pipe Winston we gotta log these IP addresses.

Dixie Normous said...

Next they will fire up their Linux boxes and packet you! Ohh that's right keyboard commando trolls don't have any skillz. GeGeGeGe

liberranter said...

One thing I liked about W. Bush was his consistent flipping of the middle finger at the U.N. Advisers probably gave him this idea but it was still refreshing to see a US president exhibit testicular fortitude and tell the united abominations to shove it.

And it was all purely for show. If Dubya genuinely detested the U.N., he would have at least made some noises about trying to extricate the U.S. from it. Of course hailing from a dynasty that has cut its bones on bringing about a globalist New World Order, his real agenda was to keep us wedded to this criminal, sovereignty-destroying organization. On that count we can definitely say that he probably enjoyed the only success of his otherwise disastrous presidency.

Anonymous said...

Do a little research Anon 7:20 AM. 5 minutes on the internet will garner literally thousands of books, essays and other utterances by people in high places detailing a need and a plan for a one world superstate run by a financial and corporate elite; what is happening now is the culmination of a long term agenda and is not the result of any natural forces.
The "free trade" that has led to the breakdown of national sovereignty worldwide is anything but genuine free trade, and has been decried as such by real conservatives, patriots and Mr. Grigg since before day one.

Here are a few quotes copied from just one web page of quotes:

1928 - A book entitled The Open Conspiracy: Blue Prints for a World Revolution by socialist H. G. Wells is published. He declares that "..The political world of the Open Conspiracy must weaken, efface, incorporate and supersede existing governments....The Open Conspiracy is the natural inheritor of socialist and communist enthusiasms, it may be in control of Moscow before it is in control of New York...."

1931 - Historian Arnold Toynbee delivers a speech to the Institute for the Study of International Affairs at Copenhagen in which he explains: "We are at present working discreetly with all our might to wrest this mysterious force called sovereignty out of the clutches of the local nation states of the world. All the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands, because to impugn the sovereignty of the local nation states of the world is still a heresy for which a statesman or publicist can perhaps not quite be burned at the stake but certainly be ostracized or discredited." --International Affairs (journal of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, i.e. the British version of the Council on Foreign Relations) Nov 1931, "The Trend of International Affairs Wince the War"

1934 - Experiment In Autobiography by H. G. Wells is published in which he states: "The organization of this that I call the Open Conspiracy....which will ultimately supply teaching, coercive and directive public services to the whole world, is the immediate task before all rationale people...A planned world-state is appearing at a thousand points....Plans for political synthesis seem to grow bolder and more extensive....There must be a common faith and law for mankind....The main battle is an educational battle.

1940 - A book entitled, The New World Order by H.G. Wells, in which Wells claims: "It is the system of nationalist individualism that has to go....We are living in the end of the sovereign states....In the great struggle to evoke a Westernized World Socialism, contemporary governments may vanish....Countless people...will hate the new world order....and will die protesting against it."

V is for Vagina said...

Whining in the comments section to the choir is going to bring about change.

Talk is Cheap said...

And when something wicked comes you won't do a fuckin' thing about it.

Anonymous said...

Re: "V" and "Talk is cheap"....
way to respond to what you consider people whining to the choir in the comments whining about it in the comments section.

Irony: it's like Goldy or Bronzy, only it's made of iron.

Anonymous said...

Men crave power. Once they obtain it they want more of it, and thus seek to centralize, solidify, and thereafter expand it. This appetite is hardwired into the nature of the human beast.

Throughout history regional and global empires have risen and fallen on account of this hunger in man (the Anglo-American Empire is merely the most recent symptom of this disease). And yet the one-world-o-phobes speak as though the present push toward full economic and political globalization is some new and alien threat up from the bowels of Hades come to drag us all down into the pit. Under what rocks have they been hiding?

The vast majority of the quaint ideals upon which the United States was founded are illusory. No, all men are NOT created equal; no, they are NOT endowed by any god with certain inalienable rights; no, there is NO real government of, by, or for the common rabble. These are simply charming myths that sentimental people harken to in order to avoid the harsh realities that play out within a more dynamic and chaotic universe. In this world your "rights" derive from one of of two sources -- collective, delusional role-playing or superior firepower. Just ask the Japanese-Americans who were interned when the U.S. bounded into WWII, even though they had broken no laws in this land.

So too is the concept of the nation-state an illusion. It can just as easily be swept aside when the sentimental ones acquire the courage to see things as they really are. Washington is now run by people who, when it suits them, play to the sentiments of patriots (especially when it's time to muster troops and provoke a national fighting spirit). But these elite politicians have both eyes open to the realities that lurk behind the illusions of national sovereignty and the nation-state. If you believe either of these two wars the U.S. is now waging is about bettering lives of people at home here, then you are to be pitied above all people. Your rulers know that the goals here are globalist in scope, not American, and it's suprisingly easy for them to get the ruled stupes to run off and die for their lies.

So, all you whiners and bawlers out there who wave your American flags and and seek refuge in your imaginary dieties that bestow imaginary rights, get ready for what's coming. You can wave your copies of the Constitution around all you like; irrelevant history written out in dead platitudes will not sway the people who own and run this world.

Remember what I said about the true sources of "rights". The collective, delusive role-playing option is rapidly going out of style. The only other alternative after that would be the superior firepower of a bigger army. Good luck with that.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Step away and take care of real world matters, like shopping for food... and thats an eye opener, check back later and "whammo".... one board creaks and out come the freaks. My inner BS meter tells me that some lone ranger is peckering away at his keyboard. Time for your meds, cursory check of the straps, and back to your little room. Visiting hours are over.

Jafa-Drongo said...

Now now can't we all just get along.
-Skippy the Bush Kangaroo-

Street Fighting Man said...

Takin' it to the streets anon @ 17:27? What do you have to lose? Freedom? Ahahaha Kneegrow Please.

Anonymous said...

Bro. Will, you know you've really hit the Big Time when your comments sections are littered like this. ;-)

whitebuffalo said...

Talk is Cheap said...
And when something wicked comes you won't do a fuckin' thing about it.

12:15 PM

You, sir, know absolutely nothing about me. So I ask you on what basis do you make your vulgar statement. (BTW I use "sir" because I assume you are male. But if you are a woman then our society is indeed worse than I thought).

ǻΠǒΝУΜΟŰș said...

Obama Poised to Cede US Sovereignty, Claims British Lord
Published on 10-15-2009

The Minnesota Free Market Institute hosted an event at Bethel University in St. Paul on Wednesday evening. Keynote speaker Lord Christopher Monckton, former science adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, gave a scathing and lengthy presentation, complete with detailed charts, graphs, facts, and figures which culminated in the utter decimation of both the pop culture concept of global warming and the credible threat of any significant anthropomorphic climate change.

Here were Monckton’s closing remarks:

At [the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in] Copenhagen, this December, weeks away, a treaty will be signed. Your president will sign it. Most of the third world countries will sign it, because they think they’re going to get money out of it. Most of the left-wing regime from the European Union will rubber stamp it. Virtually nobody won’t sign it.

I read that treaty. And what it says is this, that a world government is going to be created. The word “government” actually appears as the first of three purposes of the new entity. The second purpose is the transfer of wealth from the countries of the West to third world countries, in satisfication of what is called, coyly, “climate debt” – because we’ve been burning CO2 and they haven’t. We’ve been screwing up the climate and they haven’t. And the third purpose of this new entity, this government, is enforcement.

How many of you think that the word “election” or “democracy” or “vote” or “ballot” occurs anywhere in the 200 pages of that treaty? Quite right, it doesn’t appear once. So, at last, the communists who piled out of the Berlin Wall and into the environmental movement, who took over Greenpeace so that my friends who funded it left within a year, because [the communists] captured it – Now the apotheosis as at hand. They are about to impose a communist world government on the world. You have a president who has very strong sympathies with that point of view. He’s going to sign it. He’ll sign anything. He’s a Nobel Peace Prize [winner]; of course he’ll sign it.

And the trouble is this; if that treaty is signed, if your Constitution says that it takes precedence over your Constitution (sic), and you can’t resign from that treaty unless you get agreement from all the other state parties – And because you’ll be the biggest paying country, they’re not going to let you out of it.

So, thank you, America. You were the beacon of freedom to the world. It is a privilege merely to stand on this soil of freedom while it is still free. But, in the next few weeks, unless you stop it, your president will sign your freedom, your democracy, and your humanity away forever. And neither you nor any subsequent government you may elect will have any power whatsoever to take it back. That is how serious it is. I’ve read the treaty. I’ve seen this stuff about [world] government and climate debt and enforcement. They are going to do this to you whether you like it or not.

But I think it is here, here in your great nation, which I so love and I so admire – it is here that perhaps, at this eleventh hour, at the fifty-ninth minute and fifty-ninth second, you will rise up and you will stop your president from signing that dreadful treaty, that purposeless treaty. For there is no problem with climate and, even if there were, an economic treaty does nothing to [help] it.

Anonymous said...

Apologies to blog administrator and commenters. The comments forum is not the place for rants, insults and questioning other commenters will to resist. Taking opinions personal is juvenile behavior. The old saying don't throw stones if you live in a glass house applies. Not everyone is going to agree on everything and they have a right to express their disagreement. Sorry W.N.G. for abusing your open mindedness regarding comment threads and sorry commentators for taking expressed opinions as a personal affront.

whitebuffalo said...

A prediction: Obama is the last freely elected president of the US. Probably this term, but maybe the next in 2012 will prove to be America's last vote. It is over.

liberranter said...

A prediction: Obama is the last freely elected president of the US.

I'd have to ask you to define "freely elected" in this context. If by this you mean a candidate who had the clearly expressed backing of a majority of the voting public and who was elected in a fair, honest, and open election in which the majority of the eligible electorate participated, then I dare say that we've never had a "freely elected" president in the modern history of this nation.

Perhaps your prediction could be more accurately stated along the following lines: "Obama is the last president of the United States to be put into office through the window dressing of democratic national elections. The next president will be installed through some form of coup d'etat and will remain in office until replaced by the REAL powers behind the national executive, whether this be through assassination or appointment."

whitebuffalo said...

To Liberranter at 8:54 am:

You, sir, are much more acurate than I was concerning the term "freely elected". I whole-heartedly abide by your entire assesment. My point is the same as yours: the Great Charade will be ended and The Wickedness will be openly practiced.

Libertarian Advocate said...


It never occurred to me you'd troll blog comment sections, Georgi Soros.