The “United Nations” is a singularly unique thing in the world. Here are some truly stunning facts about the United Nations:
- The United Nations was established on October 24th, 1945.
- Only Warring “Allied” nations qualified to join the United Nations in the beginning, and some nations declared war retroactively to join and be seen as belligerent and combative (a form of legal incompetence).
- Germany surrendered to the “United Nations” on May 9th, 1945 -and was made retroactive to May 8th- months before the United Nations was officially established.
- The German Instrument of Surrender made the German Nazi Government the First unofficial Member of the United Nations, which was then “dissolved.”
- The United States deposited their ratification of the United Nations Charter on August 8th, 1945. Continue reading 55 Truly Stunning Facts about the United Nations
Competition is good. This might be the most basic tenet of economics. In a healthy economy, when one company is selling a product for well above what it costs to produce, other companies jump in that market to compete with them, reducing the resulting markup on goods. This is good for consumers and workers alike. Products are cheaper and more widely available, and more workers are needed to produce them.
But what happens if, for whatever reason, competition in an economy dwindles, and companies are able to ratchet up prices much higher than what it costs to produce them? It would have disastrous effects. Workers’ wages and employment rates would decline. People would switch jobs less often. Economic growth would slow.
According to economists Jan De Loecker of Princteon University and Jan Eeckhout of the University College London, this is basically describes the US economy since 1980. In a recently released paper, De Loecker and Eeckhout analyzed the balance sheets of listed companies from 1950 to 2014. (In 2014, these firms accounted for around 40% of all sales.) They found that average markups, defined as the amount above cost at which a product is sold, have shot up since 1980. The average markup was 18% in 1980, but by 2014 it was nearly 70%.
8:23 AM PDT 8/29/2017 by Georg Szalai
“It averages only a few thousand viewers across the day in the U.K.,” says 21st Century Fox. “We have concluded that it is not in our commercial interest to continue providing Fox News in the U.K.”
21st Century Fox has decided to stop airing Fox News in the U.K., ending a long-running carriage deal in Britain with pay TV giant Sky.
“21st Century Fox has decided to cease providing a feed of Fox News Channel in the U.K.,” the conglomerate said Tuesday. “Fox News is focused on the U.S. market and designed for a U.S. audience and, accordingly, it averages only a few thousand viewers across the day in the U.K.”
It added: “We have concluded that it is not in our commercial interest to continue providing Fox News in the U.K.” A Fox representative said the news network’s U.K. feed came to an end Tuesday afternoon.
A bill that will allow homes to be searched without a warrant was passed with overwhelming support by the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Trump—and it happened with no media coverage and very little fanfare.
On the surface, House Joint Resolution 76 looks harmless. The title of the bill claims that its purpose is “Granting the consent and approval of Congress for the Commonwealth of Virginia, the State of Maryland, and the District of Columbia to enter into a compact relating to the establishment of the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission.”
Constitutional court blocks attempt by president, Jimmy Morales, to expel head of unit investigating campaign financing
Guatemala has fallen into deep political crisis after the president declared the United Nations-backed anti-corruption chief investigating him and his party persona non grata, only to have the expulsion order blocked hours later by the country’s constitutional court.
Jimmy Morales, a former comedian who was elected president two years ago after the previous government was toppled by corruption charges, was left fighting for his political survival – and freedom – on Sunday after the failed attempt to oust head of the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG), Iván Velásquez.
‘You are free to kill the idiots’: Philippines’ Duterte tells police they can shoot ANYONE who resists arrest – two days after the funeral of a boy, 17, who was gunned down and left next to a pigsty by anti-drugs officers
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told police on Monday they were free to kill ‘idiots’ who violently resist arrest, two days after the funeral of a boy who was gunned down and left next to a pigsty by anti-drugs officers.
Duterte was delivering a prepared speech at the Hero’s Cemetery on the outskirts of Manila and veered off-script to address impromptu comments from Jovie Espenido – the police chief of a town in the south where the mayor was killed in a raid.
In a direct message to his police officers, he said: ‘Your duty requires you to overcome the resistance of the person you are arresting. If he resists, and it is a violent one, you are free to kill the idiots. That is my order to you.’
It comes two days after Kian Delos Santos was laid to rest in a service that was hijacked by hundreds to protest against the leader’s deadly war on drugs.
A months-long investigation which tracked and exposed a massive covert weapons shipment network to terror groups in Syria via diplomatic flights originating in the Caucuses and Eastern Europe under the watch of the CIA and other intelligence agencies has resulted in the interrogation and firing of the Bulgarian journalist who first broke the story. This comes as the original report is finally breaking into mainstream international coverage.
Investigative reporter Dilyana Gaytandzhieva authored a bombshell report for Trud Newspaper, based in Sofia, Bulgaria, which found that an Azerbaijan state airline company was regularly transporting tons of weaponry to Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Turkey under diplomatic cover as part of the CIA covert program to supply anti-Assad fighters in Syria. Those weapons, Gaytandzhieva found, ended up in the hands of ISIS and al-Qaeda terrorists in Iraq and Syria.
The only way to not have your essence “LEGALIZE” is to be NON-LEGAL. Be defined as the Attorney-In-Fact over your Legal Presence by:
- Get a State and then a National Certificate of Authentication on the Long Form Birth Certificate
- Sign a Power of Attorney with ALL POWERS, enumerated and unenumerated, between “yourself” -as a legal presence-, and yourself -as a human being, in propria persona-.
- Your own Lawful ID not issued by any governmental services corporation, for yourself as a human being. A Common Law ID works, so does a World Government of World Citizen ID.
Otherwise, the FBI claims ownership over “your” thoughts and memories. They could mandate that all legal presences get microchipped. Anyone too confused to know themselves separate from the “legal presence” might actually believe that they “must get RFID chipped,” when [MONEY] ORDER mandating RFID chips would only be for these corporations/pieces of paper that don’t have bodies. As the CEO/President/Executor of the corporation artificial “person”, we don’t need to get microchipped when the corporation that we are DBA is mandated for RFID chipping, that’s non-sense… a mere legal fiction.
A Florida Court has recently ruled that pointing at corporate policy enforcers is not protected “speech”– where the Policy Enforcers may construe the hand gesture as like a gun, which is entirely discretionary. To these Administrative Clerks posing as “legal fictional JUDGES”, only DEBT –their debt/checks/warrants– is seen as legitimate speech. Such concepts allow “judges” to make all copyright works of art -such as pointing fingers; an act by actors/actresses dressed in the garb of “legal presence”- into something that THEY control, own, en/franchise, en/title, and underwrite. By franchising the act of pointing a finger, the UNITED NATIONS (through the UN Member-Nation) controls the act. The “legal fictional florida judge” Maria Ortiz simply put a DEBT-FRANCHISE price tag on the action to control it, and it was “allowed/consented.”
If you can’t pay up, don’t know that all “court charges” are simply administrative fees, and/or they simply don’t like us, the UN Authorized BAR Attorneys can have the Corporate Policy Enforcers kidnap and cage the SURETY (the human being).
“The Florida Pointing Case” was another instance of confusing the surety, with the authorized representative, with the legal presence. Each of these three (3) entities is unique, and must be separate. Knowing the relationship between these entities is the key to comprehending the weirdness of “The Florida Pointing Case.” Let’s deconstruct the “fictional Judges” Maria Ortiz’s words…
After years of lies and deflections, Australia’s former prime minister Tony Abbott has admitted on a local television program that he missed a crucial 2009 vote on a $42 billion stimulus package intended to shore up the country’s banking system during the financial crisis because he was passed out drunk.
Abbott, then a member of the Liberal party’s front bench, said he fell asleep on the couch in his office after consuming “quite a few bottles of wine” with two of his peers in the MP’s dining room “and could not be roused.” The next thing he knew, it was morning, and he had missed the vote, according to the Herald Sun.
In Police State USA, the way you position your hand in a certain fashion around police officers can and will result in you being kidnapped and caged. According to a recent ruling by a Florida court if you point your finger at a cop and that cop thinks it looks like a gun, you can go to jail.
According to three Florida judges, forming one’s hand into the semblance of a pistol and pointing it at an authority figure is not protected by the First Amendment, and is considered as ‘threatening death or great bodily harm.’
“A judge has ruled that a Florida law used to arrest a man accused of threatening a Hialeah police officer is perfectly constitutional. The judge joined two others in Miami who have ruled that the misdemeanor law does not infringe on constitutionally protected free speech.
Being a police officer is NOT a race—it’s a job choice. Criticizing how one does their job doesn’t make someone else a racist.
(TDS) — Here’s one from the ‘you can’t make this stuff up’ files. The New York Police Association says that discrimination against the “blue” is legitimate, and therefore, cops suffer from racism.
Nothing undermines racism quite like this. Angry at what they say is widespread discrimination against them for their chosen profession, (working for stolen funds and tossing peaceful people in jail for victimless crimes) a group of police officers in New York City coined the term “Blue Racism” as a way to draw attention to the mistreatment they say they face at the hands of the public.
After my article “Is This What You Want Outside Your Bedroom Window”appeared, one of the EMF researchers, whom I network with, emailed comments, which I have permission to share with readers. The researcher wants to remain anonymous, which I respect, but was a former military radar specialist and also worked as a radiology specialist in hospitals, so he knows more about EMFs/RFs than most of us. Here are his comments to consider.
5G is serious stuff. We are living in very serious times. And no one seems to know, or wants to know, just how serious a price we have to pay for all our wireless tech addictions. I know from personal experience that 99.9% of Americans do not even know what “G” stands for, nor do they know anything about the scientifically- proven lethal radiation emitted from their children’s phones and Wi-Fi. [“G” stands for generation of power.]
The Elana Freeland video https://youtu.be/4efE1KBF80M?t=4 in your article is a must-see! YouTube is literally now exploding with warnings on 5G and pulsed microwave wireless harms, which the Mainstream Media have on total lockdown. This is 11:59:59 of the 11th Hour.