What Does the UN Know That We Don’t? And Who is Actually At the Helm of Global Affairs?

One question drove me to ask for answers on this subject. One question which arose from a number of others and various concerns about the general situation around global affairs in recent years. Concerns which I am sure I am not alone in feeling growing apprehension about.

That one question is – Why is there no longer a United Nations Yearbook being produced annually? A fairly innocuous question (not bearing harm of any sort) on the face of it. But is there an innocuous answer?

I do not intend this to be a treatise on the subject. I don’t, in any case, have sufficient background information to enable me to do that, but the subject does bear consideration I hope you will agree. Perhaps someone else may like to offer an explanation – if there is one (preferably on their own writing space, but sending a reference which I may include here). Otherwise we can all just sit around like the proverbial mushrooms – kept in the dark – until harvest time. I will deliberately provide no external references. All the things I speak of are easily confirmed by simple online queries and since you are reading this you have that power at your command. I am not here to spoonfeed.

Let me tell you what I do know (or believe to be true), and what I feel.

Getting the feelings part out of the way first, I think it would be generally agreed that the UN, in recent times at least, is not adequately fulfilling its intended and stated goal as a protector of national sovereignty. Nor is it seen to be acting without obvious bias. It is also generally known, or reasonably well understood, what the reasons for that lack of oversight or care may be. I don’t think it is even necessary for them to be stated. The continuous rumblings between nations and the lingering and perhaps even growing economic gaps in all the main measures of civilised fraternity among the peoples of the world, are testimony to that. Ostensibly formed to bring peace and the observation of human rights, there has never, in all the 76 years since the inception of the UN, been a satisfactory distribution of those factors uniformly spread across the broad spectrum of its member states. And yet, through the laid down but so far unfulfilled principles on which it was formed, it remains mankind’s best hope towards the generation and upholding of those equitable conditions. Wouldn’t you agree?

At least that has historically been the case. Does that hope still apply? Is the UN still capable of the potential to achieve its stated goals? Or has there been some infiltration of that body and some diversion installed within its operations? And when, if at all, did that begin?

The year 2014 seems to some, including myself, to have been a watershed year for humanity. For me that was initially just a feeling, based on observation. But was there more to it than mere feeling?

Why 2014?

2014 was the year the United States chose to overtly – or at least barely covertly – attempt its regime change philosophy on a European nation. At least on a fringe European nation which, if turned, held far greater promise for the ‘changers’ than it simply becoming ‘European’ rather than simply ‘Eastern European’. Such regime change activity had previously only been successfully employed on Middle Eastern nations (if we discount the 1975 CIA operation in Australia to oust the Whitlam government – as an example of the genre – and of which there could well have been many others). Arising out of that exercise, and in the same year, was the not so covert downing of the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, under the same auspices, in the airspace of the newly turned Ukraine. A good excuse for casting blame on Russia. All in all, 2014 was a good year for the beginning of serious attempts by the US to isolate, relegate, and sink its perceived enemy, Russia – not least by manipulation of the various UN forums fed by the influencing or coercion of its member states. They were to have only one chance of that, across the final decade of the last century. With the coming into his power of one man, Vladimir Putin, by 2014 that opportunity had narrowly passed them by, their activities during that and subsequent years being borne more of desperation than rational planning. All such opportunity to successfully dominate the world now behind them, what we are witnessing in 2022, in the now doctrinally Nazified Ukrainian overlordship, is the last gasp futile fling of rabid US lunacy which may well end in their own utter destruction – along with all those who support them. I cite these things merely a backdrop for what I say next, based on the original question I posed earlier.

It is an as yet unanswered question (perhaps an also previously unasked question) as to why the year 2014 was chosen as being the last year for publication of the United Nations Yearbook – an annual publication to make known the activities of the UN to the world community. Without exception the UN had published a Yearbook from its inception in 1946, every year (that’s what ‘annual’ means), for 68 years, right up to 2014. It is as though the UN has subsequently ceased to exist for the last seven years, or at least to have done nothing and achieved nothing, since that year. Why? There has been continued annual publication of a variety of UN sponsored Climate Action Yearbooks (beginning from 1993), but such activity was never listed as one of the core responsibilities of the UN – and does a climate report in any wise reflect the full spectrum of UN activity since 2014? Has the UN lost its purpose? Is the silence an attempt to hide what is actually going on? Who benefits? Or should that be stated as ‘WHO benefits’?

Has this all gone on unnoticed and without comment? Is there a reason for the halt in dissemination of information on general UN activity? Has something else overshadowed and taken its place in world affairs?

Well, consider this…

It was at the 2014 annual convention of the World Economic Forum in Davos, where a step in the WEF plan was first unveiled, with the theme: ‘The reshaping of the world: consequences for society, politics and business’. Just one step in a progressive construction of a world controlled by and for a few to oversee and control every aspect of life of the many – your life and mine.

Is this what is supplanting the United Nations as the umbrella organisation, set up specifically, and not just by a global elite, to guide and oversee worldwide interactions?

Does that bring any additional meaning to what is happening right now in Ukraine? Is this part of what is driving Russia, backed by China, and other nations which constitute the majority of the global human population, to weaken and prevent the unhealthy implementation of what is facetiously termed a ‘Rules Based Order’ which whether or not it included a ‘tame’ UN, would rule the world in the narrow interests of a few. Ensuring instead, as a result of that weakening and prevention, the shielding of the majority of humanity within the Greater Eurasian Continent, and their peaceful existence in an alternative system of peaceful and cooperative living, separate and protected from the external influences of a decaying and degenerate system of centralised control?

The WEF is of course simply a front for various global corporate interests, and I have no intention of dipping my oar into that murky pond. My objective here was simply to ask a few questions on anomalous issues that have accumulated in my headspace. OK, I have cleared that junk from my system and, even without a satisfactory conclusion, I can now move on. What others may make of it, if anything, is up to them.

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