United Nations just gave their troops the go ahead to ‘use force’ on U.S. citizens
It doesn’t sound possible, but the United States just joined most other members of the United Nations in granting UN troops the “right” to use force to protect civilians in a conflict.
While that may sound innocuous, think for a moment: That also means UN troops can be used against American civilians during a “conflict.”
As reported by The Associated Press, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power told a high-level UN meeting in recent days that was discussing the responsibility of the globalist institution to protect civilians, that Washington was “proud” and “humbled” to join 28 other countries that have promised to abide by a set of 18 “pledges.”
Now, UN peacekeepers from these 29 nations are required to act any time they perceive civilians to be in danger.
“The Kigali Principles are designed to make sure that civilians are not abandoned by the international community again,” Powers said, recounting how UN peacekeepers departed Rwanda before the 1994 genocide and Srebrenica before the 1995 massacre there.
In reality, it makes perfect sense to give UN peacekeeping forces the authority to actually keep the peace. The instances cited by our UN ambassador were stains on the institution’s credibility at the time they occurred. Time, money and resources were wasted on sending forces into combat zones where civilians were already depending on them to “keep the peace,” and they didn’t have the mandate – or authority – for that function. So civilians died.
Where all this gets dicey is that the United States has now agreed to become one of 29 countries whose troops are required to act in defense
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