United Nations

UN Member States: Migration Is a Human Right

Gatestone Institute, by Judith Bergman, November 10, 2018: The United Nations, in a non-binding agreement that almost all UN member states will sign at a ceremony in Morocco in early December, is making migration a human right. The finalized text of the agreement, the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, although officially non-binding,… Continue reading UN Member States: Migration Is a Human Right

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · United Nations

The UN’s Assault On Our Sovereignty

While I was suspicious of Australia’s ascension to the UN Human Rights Council in October, this organisation’s recent behaviour confirms these concerns. Clearly, the Human Rights Council as well as the UN more generally, is not interested in genuine human rights, freedom, or transnational cooperation. Rather, it forces neo- Marxist, globalist agendas down the throats… Continue reading The UN’s Assault On Our Sovereignty

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · United Nations

Australia’s imminent election to the UN Human Rights Council

After years of lobbying, Australia will be elected to an influential subsidiary of the UN General Assembly: the Human Rights Council. Julie Bishop, the globalist, UN sycophant has claimed “Australia will bring a principled and pragmatic approach to our term on the Human Rights Council.” But it remains unclear if this ascension will serve Australia’s… Continue reading Australia’s imminent election to the UN Human Rights Council

The Donald Trump Presidency

America First, or a new interventionism?

In attempting to uphold campaign ideals, President Trump declared before the United Nations his desire to place ‘America First’. However, he also threatened Venezuela, Syria, Cuba, Iran and most notably, North Korea along the way. Distinguishing audacious rhetoric from actual policy on the ground, is often difficult and unclear. But what remains clear, is that… Continue reading America First, or a new interventionism?

Climate change/ Energy

Care About The Poor? Why Withdrawing From Paris Agreement Helps Those Most Vulnerable

Are you truly concerned about the poor’s economic welfare? If so, you should be celebrating President Trump’s announcement that the United States will withdraw itself from the Paris Agreement. The Paris climate accord, which was ratified last year, attempts to “brings all nations into a common cause to undertake ambitious efforts to combat climate change… Continue reading Care About The Poor? Why Withdrawing From Paris Agreement Helps Those Most Vulnerable

Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · United Nations

The relationship between foreign ownership and the United Nations

Pauline Hanson’s recent speech to the Senate on the importance of Australian ownership: Water should belong only to the Australian people. No-one has a right over it; it should not be bought and sold on the open market. We must protect our water rights. It is the lifeblood of this nation. Senator Hanson (Queensland) (12:53): I… Continue reading The relationship between foreign ownership and the United Nations

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · United Nations

Senator Benardi’s speech on the UN

The following is an excerpt from Senator Benardi’s speech on the UN, following his 3 month parliamentary secondment to the organisation. And for the most part, I find myself agreeing with the Senator’s measured and rational criticism of the UN. Excerpt from Senator Benardi’s speech: Last year I was fortunate enough to spend three months as part of a… Continue reading Senator Benardi’s speech on the UN

Israel

Why Israeli settlements are permissible

As President Obama recently betrayed Israel at the UN in a marked departure from conventional US foreign policy, now appears a fitting time to highlight why Israeli settlements in Palestinian territory are both legitimate and legal. MYTH “Israeli settlements are illegal.” FACT Jews have lived in Judea and Samaria—the West Bank—since ancient times. The only time… Continue reading Why Israeli settlements are permissible

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · United Nations

Should Australia leave the United Nations?

Last month in his widely publicized maiden speech, One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts called on Australia to leave the United Nations, whom he described as ‘unelected swill’ As along with his party’s differing perspectives on immigration, Islam and trade, so too has One Nation brought along unorthodox views in the field of foreign policy, leaving… Continue reading Should Australia leave the United Nations?

Climate change/ Energy · United Nations

United Nations bans climate skeptical journalists

Democracy and different opinions are something of the past, when we have the both the high priests of climate change and the United Nations involved. “CAUGHT ON TAPE: UN bans skeptical journalists from climate summit for holding views not ‘particularly helpful’, Climate Depot, October 21 2016: The United Nations has rejected the media credentials of… Continue reading United Nations bans climate skeptical journalists

United Nations

The UN giving out its unnecessary, unwanted advice

A subsidiary group within the United Nations, has recently called upon the United States to pay reparations towards Black Americans, due to a legacy of ‘enslavement, racial subordination, radical terrorism, and racial inequality in the US’. Regardless of whether US leadership feels compelled to give ‘reparations’ to Black Americans, why is it considered the realms of UN influence, to… Continue reading The UN giving out its unnecessary, unwanted advice