lauantai 21. lokakuuta 2017

GLOBALISM IS ANTIPEACE


"All peoples have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development."

That is not a talk of a red neck Klansman nor it is a statement of a Neo-Natzi ultra right wing war mongers, nor it is a declaration of the racist bigots as we are being told again and again by the mainstream media and by the most powerful leaders in the west.

That is the United Nations talking. It is a resolution 2200A (XXI) of 16 December 1966. Enrty into force 23 March 1976.

United Nations, The only truly global organisation which has tried to uphold the moral and ethical principles of humankind after WW2 declared clearly and absolutely that all the peoples and nations have a right to rule themselves and decide themselves of everything concerning themselves. Period. 

That is anti globalism. That is against all we are being told and have been told for the past twenty or so years by the big banksters, politicians, leaders, soroses and others. Further more, the UN has stated clearly: 

"CCPR General Comment No. 12: Article 1 (Right to Self-determination)
The Right to Self-determination of Peoples

Adopted at the Twenty-first Session of the Human Rights Committee, on 13 March 1984
1. In accordance with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights recognizes that all peoples have the right of self-determination. The right of self-determination is of particular importance because its realization is an essential condition for the effective guarantee and observance of individual human rights and for the promotion and strengthening of those rights. It is for that reason that States set forth the right of self-determination in a provision of positive law in both Covenants and placed this provision as article 1 apart from and before all of the other rights in the two Covenants.

2. Article 1 enshrines an inalienable right of all peoples as described in its paragraphs 1 and 2. By virtue of that right they freely “determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development”. The article imposes on all States parties corresponding obligations. This right and the corresponding obligations concerning its implementation are interrelated with other provisions of the Covenant and rules of international law.

3. Although the reporting obligations of all States parties include article 1, only some reports give detailed explanations regarding each of its paragraphs. The Committee has noted that many of them completely ignore article 1, provide inadequate information in regard to it or confine themselves to a reference to election laws. The Committee considers it highly desirable that States parties’ reports should contain information on each paragraph of article 1.

4. With regard to paragraph 1 of article 1, States parties should describe the constitutional and political processes which in practice allow the exercise of this right.

5. Paragraph 2 affirms a particular aspect of the economic content of the right of self-determination, namely the right of peoples, for their own ends, freely to “dispose of their natural wealth and resources without prejudice to any obligations arising out of international economic cooperation, based upon the principle of mutual benefit, and international law. In no case may a people be deprived of its own means of subsistence”. This right entails corresponding duties for all States and the international community. States should indicate any factors or difficulties which prevent the free disposal of their natural wealth and resources contrary to the provisions of this paragraph and to what extent that affects the enjoyment of other rights set forth in the Covenant.

6. Paragraph 3, in the Committee’s opinion, is particularly important in that it imposes specific obligations on States parties, not only in relation to their own peoples but vis-à-vis all peoples which have not been able to exercise or have been deprived of the possibility of exercising their right to self-determination. The general nature of this paragraph is confirmed by its drafting history. It stipulates that “The States parties to the present Covenant, including those having responsibility for the administration of Non-Self-Governing and Trust Territories, shall promote the realization of the right of self-determination, and shall respect that right, in conformity with the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations”. The obligations exist irrespective of whether a people entitled to self-determination depends on a State party to the Covenant or not. It follows that all States parties to the Covenant should take positive action to facilitate realization of and respect for the right of peoples to self-determination. Such positive action must be consistent with the States’ obligations under the Charter of the United Nations and under international law: in particular, States must refrain from interfering in the internal affairs of other States and thereby adversely affecting the exercise of the right to self-determination. The reports should contain information on the performance of these obligations and the measures taken to that end.

7. In connection with article 1 of the Covenant, the Committee refers to other
international instruments concerning the right of all peoples to self-determination, in particular the Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, adopted by the General Assembly on 24 October 1970 (General Assembly resolution 2625 (XXV)).

8. The Committee considers that history has proved that the realization of and respect for the right of self-determination of peoples contributes to the establishment of friendly relations and cooperation between States and to strengthening international peace and understanding."

Let us repeat this one so no one can say "I did not see that":
THE COMMITEE CONSIDERS THAT HISTORY AS PROVED THAT THE REALIZATION OF AND RESPECT FOR THE RIGHT OF THE SELF-DETERMINATION OF PEOPLES CONTRIBUTES TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FRIENDLY RELATIONS AND COOPERATION BETWEEN STATES AND TO STRENGHTENING INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND UNDERSTANDING. 

There you go. The UN has declared that it is the cooperation between INDENPENDENT peoples and nations which guarantees the peace and understanding between countries and in general. This is absolutely the opposite what the globalists have been telling and are saying to us. 

Well, we can see how well globalism has brought peace to the world. Let us take a good look at the world and the wars and conflicts since the globalism was launched in 1990's. We take steps from today down to year 1990 which we assume as the birth date of the truly globalistic policies and activities. This is the world peace the globalism has brought to all of us by the globalist and their "global village" ideology.

WAR IN DONBASS 2014


LIBYAN CIVIL WAR 2014 – PRESENT


NORTHERN IRAQ OFFENSIVE JUNE 2014


ISRAEL–GAZA CONFLICT 2014


NORTHERN IRAQ OFFENSIVE AUGUST 2014


2013


SOUTH SUDANESE CIVIL WAR 2013 - PRESENT


RENAMO INSURGENCY 2013 – 2014


2012


NORTHERN MALI CONFLICT 2012 - PRESENT


HEGLIG CRISIS 2012


M23 REBELLION 2012 - 2013


CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC CONFLICT 2012 – PRESENT


2011


LIBYAN CIVIL WAR 2011


SINAI INSURGENCY 2011-PRESENT


SYRIAN CIVIL WAR 2011-PRESENT


SUDANESE CONFLICT IN SOUTH KORDOFAN AND BLUE NILE 2011 - PRESENT


ETHNIC VIOLENCE IN SOUTH SUDAN 2011–PRESENT


NORTH KOSOVO CRISIS 2011-2013


OPERATION LINDA NCHI 2011-2012


FACTIONAL VIOLENCE IN LIBYA 2011–2014


IRAQI INSURGENCY 2011 – PRESENT


2010


SOUTH KYRGYZSTAN ETHNIC CLASHES 2010


KINGSTON UNREST 2010


TAJIKISTAN INSURGENCY 2010


SECOND IVORIAN CIVIL WAR 2010-2011


2009


SUDANESE NOMADIC CONFLICTS 2009-PRESENT


INSURGENCY IN THE NORTH CAUCASUS 2009-PRESENT


BOKO HARAM UPRISING 2009


SOUTH YEMEN INSURGENCY 2009-PRESENT


WAR IN SOMALIA 2009–PRESENT


2008


INVASION OF ANJOUAN 2008


CAMBODIAN–THAI BORDER DISPUTE 2008-2011


DJIBOUTIAN–ERITREAN BORDER CONFLICT 2008


RUSSO-GEORGIAN WAR 2008


GAZA WAR 2008–2009


2007


OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM – TRANS SAHARA 2007


TUAREG REBELLION 2007–2009


WAR IN INGUSHETIA 2007


2006


FATAH–HAMAS CONFLICT 2006


LEBANON WAR 2006


MEXICAN DRUG WAR 2006


WAR IN SOMALIA 2006–2009


2005


CHADIAN CIVIL WAR 2005–2010


MOUNT ELGON INSURGENCY 2005-2008


2004


BALOCHISTAN CONFLICT 2004


WAR IN NORTH-WEST PAKISTAN 2004


CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC BUSH WAR 2004-2007


CONFLICT IN THE NIGER DELTA 2004


SHIA INSURGENCY IN YEMEN 2004


KIVU CONFLICT 2004-2009


2003


WAR IN DARFUR 2003


IRAQ WAR 2003-2011


2002


PEREJIL ISLAND CRISIS 2002


OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM – PHILIPPINES 2002


OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM – HORN OF AFRICA 2002


FIRST IVORIAN CIVIL WAR 2002


2001


BANGLADESHI-INDIAN BORDER SKIRMISH 2001


INSURGENCY IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA 2001


WAR IN AFGHANISTAN 2001–2014


2000


SIX-DAY WAR 2000


SECOND INTIFADA 2000-2005


1999


ETHIOPIAN-ERITREAN BORDER WAR 1999-PRESENT


KARGIL WAR 1999


EAST TIMORESE CRISIS 1999


INSURGENCY IN THE PRESEVO VALLEY 1999-2001


SECOND LIBERIAN CIVIL WAR 1999-2003


ITURI CONFLICT 1999-2007


WAR OF DAGESTAN 1999


SECOND CHECHEN WAR 1999-2009


ISLAMIST INSURGENCY IN NIGERIA 1999


1998


WAR IN ABKHAZIA 1998


KOSOVO WAR 1998


ERITREAN–ETHIOPIAN WAR 1998-2000


SECOND CONGO WAR 1998-2003


GUINEA-BISSAU CIVIL WAR 1998-1999


AL-QAEDA INSURGENCY IN YEMEN 1998


ETHIOPIAN-ERITREAN BORDER WAR 1998


REAL IRA BOMBING IN NORTHERN IRELAND 1998


KOSOVO UPRISING 1998-1999


RUF RESISTANCE IN SIERRA LEONE 1998-PRESENT


TUTSI REBELLION IN THE CONGO 1998-PRESENT


1997


ANJOUAN AND MOHELI SECESSION: COMOROS 1997


CAMBODIAN CIVIL WAR 1997


ALBANIAN INVESTMENT REBELLION 1997


MULTINATIONAL INTERVENTION IN SIERRA LEONE 1997-1998


MUTINY IN SIERRA LEONE 1997


ALBANIAN REBELLION OF 1997


REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO CIVIL WAR 1997


CLASHES IN CAMBODIA 1997


1996


ALLIED DEMOCRATIC FORCES INSURGENCY 1996


NEPALESE CIVIL WAR 1996-2006


CIVIL WAR IN AFGHANISTAN 1996–2001


FIRST CONGO WAR 1996-1997


EPR REVOLT IN MEXICO 1996


MILITARY COUP IN SIERRA LEONE 1996


LIBERIAN CIVIL WAR 1996-1997


NORTH KOREAN INFILTRATION CAMPAIGN 1996


VIOLENCE IN NORTHERN IRELAND 1996-1997


PEASANT UPRISING IN COLOMBIA 1996


HUTU REBELLION IN BURUNDI 1996-PRESENT


MILITARY COUP IN BURUNDI 1996


1995


ECUADORAN-PERUVIAN BORDER WAR 1995


HUTU REBELS IN BURUNDI 1995


KONKOMBA-NANUMBA VIOLENCE IN GHANA 1995


ZAPATISTA SUPPRESSION IN MEXICO 1995


LRA INSURGENCY IN UGANDA 1995-PRESENT


CENEPA WAR 1995


INSURGENCY IN OGADEN 1995-2008


SECOND AFAR INSURGENCY 1995


1994


IRAQI KURDISH CIVIL WAR 1994-1997


CHIAPAS CONFLICT 1994


CIVIL WAR IN YEMEN 1994


FIRST CHECHEN WAR 1994-1996


CAPRIVI CONFLICT 1994-1999


CHECHEN REVOLT IN RUSSIA 1994-1996


TUTSI GENOCIDE IN RWANDA 1994


KONKOMBA-NANUMBA VIOLENCE IN GHANA 1994-1995


ZAPATISTA REBELLION IN MEXICO 1994


BAJAUR INSURGENCY IN PAKISTAN 1994


1993


CIVIL WAR IN BURUNDI 1993-1994


KHMER ROUGE INSURGENCY IN CAMBODIA 1992-1998


COMMUNIST REBELLION IN RUSSIA 1993


CLAN WARFARE IN SOMALIA 1993-PRESENT


THE WACO SIEGE IN TEXAS 1993


ETHNIC CONFLICT IN NAGALAND 1993


BURUNDIAN CIVIL WAR 1993-2005


RUSSIAN CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS 1993


1992


EAST PRIGORODNY CONFLICT 1992


CIVIL WAR IN AFGHANISTAN 1992–1996


TRANSNISTRIA WAR 1992


WAR IN ABKHAZIA 1992–1993


BOSNIAN WAR 1992-1995


CROAT–BOSNIAK WAR 1992-1994


CIVIL WAR IN TAJIKISTAN 1992-1997


FEBRUARY COUP IN VENEZUELA 1992


NOVEMBER COUP IN VENEZUELA 1992


THE LOS ANGELES RIOT IN THE USA 1992


DUSHANBE DEMONSTRATION IN TAJIKISTAN 1992


TAJIKISTAN CIVIL WAR 1992-1994


BANGKOK MASSACRE IN THAILAND 1992


MILITARY COUP IN SIERRA LEONE 1992


ZANGO-KATAF RIOTS IN NIGERIA 1992


FEBRUARY COUP ATTEMPT IN CHAD 1992


MAY COUP ATTEMPT IN CHAD 1992


ALGERIAN CIVIL WAR 1992-PRESENT


ANGOLAN CIVIL WAR 1992-2002


THE BOSNIAN CIVIL WAR 1992-1995


MILITARY COUP ATTEMPT IN COMOROS 1992


HINDU-MUSLIM RIOT IN INDIA 1992


ABKHAZIAN REBELLION IN GEORGIA 1992-1993


ATTACKS ON COMORAN IMMIGRANTS IN MAHORE 1992


1991


GEORGIAN CIVIL WAR 1991


SHI'ITE REBELLION IN IRAQI 1991-1993


KURDISH REVOLT IN IRAQ AND TURKEY 1991-PRESENT


MOLDOVAN CIVIL WAR 1991-1992


YUGOSLAVIA SERBIA CROATIA WAR 1991


CIVIL WAR IN DJIBOUTI 1991-1994


"TONTONS MACOUTES" REVOLT IN HAITI 1991


NEW-DUVALIERIST REVOLT IN HAITI 1991-1994


PEASANT MASSACRE IN HONDURAS 1991


PALACE MASSACRE IN MADAGASCAR 1991


SLOVENIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE 1991


SIERRA LEONEAN CIVIL WAR 1991-1996


TOGOLESE CIVIL WAR 1991-1992


MILITARY COUP IN THAILAND 1991


SOMALIAN CIVIL WAR 1991-1993


AUGUST COUP IN THE SOVIET UNION 1991


SOVIET INTERVENTION IN LATVIA 1991


SOVIET INTERVENTION IN LITHUANIA 1991


ALGERIAN CIVIL WAR 1991-2002


SOMALI CIVIL WAR 1991


GEORGIAN CIVIL WAR 1991-1993


UPRISINGS IN IRAQ 1991


TEN-DAY WAR 1991


SOUTH OSSETIA WAR 1991-1992


DJIBOUTIAN CIVIL WAR 1991-1994


CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE 1991-1995


SIERRA LEONE CIVIL WAR 1991-2002


1990


GULF WAR 1990-1991


RWANDAN CIVIL WAR 1990-1993


TUAREG REBELLION 1990–1995


MINDANAO CRISIS 1990


ANC-INKATHA VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA 1990-1994


GUERRILLA WAR IN SURINAME 1990-1992


REBELLION IN TRINIDAD 1990


SOMALIAN REVOLUTION 1990-1991


TUTSI INSURGENCY IN RWANDA 1990-1991


SOUTH OSSETIAN REBELLION IN GEORGIA 1990-1992


ANTIGOVERNMENT DEMONSTRATIONS: ALBANIA 1990


STUDENT PROTESTS: ALBANIA 1990


MERCENARY UPRISING IN COMOROS 1990


WALVIS BAY DISPUTE 1990-1994


DEMOCRACY DEMONSTRATIONS IN NEPAL 1990


NIGERIEN CIVIL WAR 1990-1995


JUKUN-TIV CONFLICT IN NIGERIA 1990-1992


PERSIAN GULF WAR 1990-1991


ARMY REBELLION IN THE PHILIPPINES 1990


MAYGAR-ROMANI VIOLENCE IN TRANSYLVANIA 1990


THE OSH RIOTS IN KYRGYZSTAN, USSR 1990


AOUN MUNTINY IN LEBANON 1990


MALIAN CIVIL WAR 1990-1996


Well, There you go. This is the world peace the globalists are talking about. Just look at how many conflicts are going on because the peoples right to self determination has not been granted or given. Take a look how many wars and conflicts are about the oppression of peoples. How many wars are about oil, gas, natural resources and their availability for the multinational corporations? How many wars there are because the globalist powers have seen as their right to destroy a country or nation which has opposed them?

You understand? This is the World Peace brought to you all by Globalism.

Just like George Orwell once wrote: War is Peace.