The meat of the interview starts about 15:00
The United Nations has elected Saudi Arabia to their Commission on the Status of Women, prompting backlash from humans rights groups worldwide.
The Gulf State is now the 45th country to sit at the UN panel tasked with “promoting women’s rights, documenting the reality of women’s lives throughout the world, and shaping global standards on gender equality and the empowerment of women,” according to the UN’s website.
The announcement has drawn strong condemnation from human rights groups like the NGO (nongovernmental organization) watchdog UN Watch.
“Electing Saudi Arabia to protect women’s rights is like making an arsonist into the town fire chief,” said UN Watch executive Hillel Neuer in a statement. “Every Saudi woman must have a male guardian who makes all critical decisions on her behalf, controlling a woman’s life from birth until death.”
“Saudi Arabia also bans women from driving cars.”
Currently the Islamist kingdom also forbids women from wearing makeup and Western clothing, competing in sports, swimming in pools, and controlling her own finances.
The election took place with a secret vote through the UN’s Economic and Social Council, reported The Hill.
Neuer noted that at least five EU members voted for the Saudis to serve four years on the commission.
The move is the latest in Saudi Arabia’s advancement onto the wider global policy-making arena, as the Gulf State has also ironically been sitting on the UN Human Rights Council since 2014….
How insane are the controllers of “our” government? Here’s an example, linked from the directory of articles at http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/03/final-posting-for-kerth-barker/
History is full of examples of empires being ruled by the likes of these “people”. If corruption is proportional to the size of the empire (probably beyond proportional actually) then the central banking cartel, the shareholders of the “federal” reserve, is probably the most corrupt empire in history.
Cannibalism in the Illuminati
by KerthB, ThoughtCrimeRadio.net
I have decided to describe two films that I saw in the late seventies. These were not Hollywood type films, these were private home movies made with a high-quality professional grade camera. These were films of high ranking Illuminati members performing cannibalism. I was told that these were filmed in a mansion owned by a member of the Committee. The Committee is the group which rules the Illuminati. My impression was that the mansion was in Europe, but I don’t know that for certain.
A man who we called Bob had made these films and showed them to certain people. He was in the Illuminati, but had become disillusioned with its leadership. He was trying to inspire a resistance movement to reform the Illuminati from within by creating a new leadership. He was a Satanist, but not all Satanists practice human sacrifice and cannibalism. He would show these films to people who he thought might be able to help him change the Illuminati’s leadership to make it less insanely violent.
I had seen other disturbing films but these two were different. When I looked at these films it was very emotional for me. I feel that they were etched in my mind in a way so that I can never forget them. I feel nauseous and my hands tremble a little as I am writing about this. But I think if I describe what I saw in those films and publish it on the internet, I may be able to get these images out of my mind. I have prayed about this, and I believe Yeshua wants me to do this. ….
Obviously if you want to enslave and kill a population the very first targets of corruption would be “human rights defenders”. This is an obvious step in preparation for the mass oppression which is coming in the USA thanks to the TBTF banks. The same principle applies to the “national center for missing and exploited children” with regard to government-supported child trafficking. Of course when I say “government” I’m talking about the bad actors in government. But if the legal arms of the government are incapable of enforcing the law but instead act as accomplices to illegality, one must conclude that the government as an institution is a criminal enterprise.
From: Katherine Hine <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, April 24, 2017 12:01 PM
Subject: Open letter to the IACHR re Journalist Janet Phelan
April 24, 2017To the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights:I have been in contact with the IACHR for several months now about what, if anything, it plans to do to address investigative journalist Janet Phelan’s July, 2018 [sic] request for precautionary measures (PM 16-559). That petition was filed, using IACHR protocols, in an effort to save her life from ongoing chemical attacks she continues to be subjected to in her home in Mexico. In particular, Ms. Phelan had requested a guard a very few hours per week, among other precautionary measures which were designed to mitigate the efforts to kill her. Such simple measures would have diminished or even stopped the attacks. Yet the IACHR at various times claimed confusion over what was being requested and even expressed confusion about the identity of the state party, which was clearly stated in her request.Ever since Ms. Phelan filed with the IACHR, we have both been met with evasions and cold indifference. On one occasion – months after it became aware of the emergency nature of her July, 2018 petition – the IACHR had the gall to demand that she re-file in Spanish, despite representations having been made on the IACHR website that English was a permissible language for the complaints. Nevertheless she complied. And she has complied repeatedly with whatever nonsensical exercise the IACHR has chosen to assign to her – on those rare occasions it chose to communicate at all.Nine months have passed since she filed her formal request with the IACHR. She is now gravely ill from the repeated attacks, attacks which the IACHR has failed to address through her proper request for precautionary measures. I therefore have to ask if the IACHR intends to address her request at all. Or are you just going to let her die?To allow an emergency request to sit, unattended to, for nine months is virtually unheard of. A former IACHR insider informed me last month: “I cannot explain or justify the delay”. One explanation that comes to mind is that the IACHR has some sort of ties to those inflicting the attacks. This would at least account for its steadfast refusal to explain anything.The attacks on Ms. Phelan have been escalating dramatically for at least the past month or two and are involving ever more debilitating and pain-inducing chemicals. Ms. Phelan is in a great deal of physical plain and may not have much longer to live as a result of these attacks compounded by the IACHR’s callous indifference.I am requesting accountability from your organization. I am demanding a response as to why you continue to ignore the attacks on a brave and self sacrificing journalist and human rights defender.Here is an article summarizing some of Ms. Phelan’s accomplishments and also detailing the callous indifference of the human rights community in response to her plight:http://www.activistpost.com/2016/10/human-rights-organizations-merely-ask-fox-self-report-activities-hen-house.htmlPlease let me know if I should add the IACHR to the list of human rights organizations which have been politicized to the point that they now could be deemed collaborators with state sponsored terrorists.Katherine Hine614-633-0215
Friends don’t let friends think this looming catastrophe isn’t a direct and entirely predictable (i.e. deliberate) consequence of bipartisan federal policies spanning at least 15 years. They have given russia and china no choice in the matter. Who benefits? The people behind the scenes, the TBTF bankers, who made it happen, who have already invested in china and will scoop up the USA when it’s being sold off at bargain basement prices, as they did in the Great Ripoff of the 1930’s. Of course this will require military-style repression in the name of preserving “law and order”.
The only way to stop US aggression is to get rid of dollar addiction, a Kremlin advisor said on Friday.
“The more aggressive the Americans are, the sooner they will see the final collapse of the dollar and by getting rid of the dollar this would be the only way for victims of American aggression to stop this onslaught. As soon as we and China dump the dollar, it will be the end of the US’ military might,” Sergey Glazyev said in an interview with TASS.
Commenting on the policy of the new US president, Glazyev noted that Donald Trump is doing what the ruling elite expects him to do.
“I had no illusions about him, regarding any change in policy. First, America’s aggression around the world is rooted in its aspiration to preserve US hegemony when they have already yielded economic leadership to China,” he said.
“The United States has no tools to make all others use the dollar other than a truncheon. That is why they are indulging in a hybrid war with the entire world to shift their debt burden on to other countries, to confine everyone to the dollar and weaken territories they cannot control.”
“In this context, the anti-Russian hysteria and growing Russophobia can be seen as a long-term factor linked with the specific interests of the United States’ ruling elite,” the Kremlin advisor said….
Truer words were never spoken.