Warnings to the United States are being issued by the globalist leech in charge at the UN, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. On Tuesday, the open borders communist operative cautioned President Trump that we could be replaced. We should be so fortunate and ought to, in fact, work to help guarantee that happens. There must be plenty of countries around the world ready to take on the “developing nations” as national dependents, though they may have to “sweeten the deal” with a little slave labor or territory, something that isn’t presently required.
Guterres told reporters at his first press conference since taking over the UN on January 1st, that the new funding levels proposed by the United States would be disastrous and create, “an unsolvable problem to the management of the U.N.” Can it be possible there is a problem that the globalists can’t solve? How obvious has it become that their “problem solving” is based solely upon the model of throwing American money at a problem? If the cash flow is restricted they can’t function.
Guterres, who was previously in charge of the UN’s global human trafficking operations as United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, boasts of his willingness to engage in confrontations with the America-first President. He brags about his vocal opposition to America’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Welfare scam as if opposing what ultimately took place is in itself some sort of victory. It’s called losing, Antonio. Grasping at face-saving straws, he said the Democrats’ empty promises to act in place of the federal government are “a signal of hope that we very much encourage.” That “signal of hope” and ten bucks will get you a cup of water with free Wi-Fi at Starbucks, Guterres.
He went on to state the obvious, part of his UN duties, voicing concern over a confrontation between the US and Russia over Syria and the U.S. downing of a Syrian jet, urging a de-escalation of hostilities. Guterres said, “These kind of incidents can be very dangerous in a conflict situation in which there are so many actors, and in which the situation is so complex on the ground.”
Maybe he should drop a hint to his globalist masters and comrades that the constant carping of Russia, Russia, Russia by Democrats and their media henchmen targeting Presidents Trump and Putin isn’t helping matters. Our nations wanted to normalize relations but Democrats and John McCain wouldn’t allow it.
Promoting the globalist agenda as he was positioned to do, the former UN High Commissioner for Refugees for 10 years chose the secret holiday of World Refugee Day for the press conference. It’s intended purpose is quite transparent as he urged all nations to open their doors to unvetted foreigners who “deserve protection. The NWO globalist ignores the fact that the borders are a country’s protection from those very people, something more and more nations recognize as the refugees continue their attacks on civil society, including terrorism.
Guterres singled out the US and our America-first President for criticism saying we are “by far the largest resettlement country in the world” with a “very generous and positive policy.” Thanks for pointing that out, Guterres. It’s a mistake we’re working to correct. President Trump intends to cut the flow and already reflects a meager 25 percent reduction in funds for terrorist importation. It’s hard to destroy America with a cohesive society so Guterres recommends we “come back to the levels of resettlement that we witnessed until two or three years ago.” He announced plans to come to DC, to meet with Congress to attempt to persuade them to keep the cash and people flowing.
Sure, please, go around our President, Guterres. That should do wonders for your working relationship. Would you dare to attempt to do that with Russia or China? Didn’t think so.
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