The mainstream media has provided wall-to-wall coverage of Donald Trump’s campaign, which allows the Obama administration to fly under the radar. The Obama administration has taken full advantage of the media’s ravenous appetite for everything Trump by inviting the United Nations’ (UN) Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent (WGEPAD) to come back to the United States to “gather information on the forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia, Afrophobia, and related intolerance” black people in America have to face on a daily basis. The Obama administration hosted and assisted the WGEPAD from January 19th through the 29th, and it went unnoticed because the mainstream media is solely focused on Trump.
The WEGPAD visited Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Chicago, New York City, and Jackson, Mississippi and spoke to “civil society representative organizations” (see Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter), lawyers, and individuals in the black community to gain insights into the trials and tribulations of black people in America.
The Obama administration opened up its doors and files to the WGEPAD. The WGEPAD thanked the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for their assistance, and their ongoing work fighting “structural discrimination” in America.
The WGEPAD released a statement on its findings that concluded that the United States of America is a racist nation. Evidently, America is hopelessly racist and black people are mentally paralyzed because “colonial history, the legacy of enslavement, racial subordination and segregation, racial terrorism, and racial inequality in the U.S. remains a serious challenge as there has been no real commitment to reparations and truth and reconciliation for people of African descent.” Does history have that much power over black people? The WGEPAD claims history “continues to negatively impact the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of African Americans today.” Obama and the U.N. have the solution to black people’s problems; the fundamental transformation of America.
The WGEPAD doesn’t provide any evidence to substantiate its assertion that America as a whole is racist. It doesn’t even provide anecdotal evidence to back up its claims. It makes fantastical proclamations unhinged from reason and reality. The following is a list of some of the WGEPAD’s mystical claims:
- The criminalization of homelessness. Being black and homeless is a crime in America?
- Racial profiling is a rampant practice. Evidence?
- The criminalization of poverty. Who is being arrested and prosecuted for being poor?
- Blacks are detained in debtor prisons and made to work off their debt. There are debtor prisons in America?
- Capitalism is racist. An economic system can be racist?
- Blacks have limited access to food variety. Are black people forced to eat the same food every day?
This abbreviated list of the WGEPAD’s pronouncements clearly shows that the WGEPAD is making allegations detached from reality.
When you read the statement published by the UN Council on Human Rights, you can clearly see there is an agenda behind the WGEPAD’s sham investigation. You can see UN Agenda 2030 strewn throughout the statement on the bogus investigation. What is UN Agenda 2030? It is a fifteen-year plan to implement global socialism.
The Working Group repeatedly lamented in its statement that “international standards” are not the law of the land in America. The UN wants to make the legal system much more efficient by dissolving federal, state, and local laws. According to the WGEPAD, “The complexity of the organization of the legal system with independence of federal, state, county, and tribal jurisdiction and lack of direct applicability of international human rights law and federal law and policy creates gaps that impacts deeply on the human rights of African Americans.” The Working Group is also very discouraged that America is clinging to its sovereignty. “International human rights treaties cannot be invoked in national courts as there is no enabling legislation and they have been declared non-self-executing.” The following is a list of some of the Working Group’s recommendations to eliminate racism and intolerance:
- The federal government needs to establish a national human rights commission in accordance with the Paris Principles.
- The government of the United States should ratify the core international human rights treaties.
- Federal and state laws should be adopted incorporating the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and other international human rights treaties.
- Congress has to pass H.R. 40, Commission to Study Reparation Proposals for African Americans Act, to establish a commission to examine slavery and discrimination in the colonies and the United States from 1619 to the present and recommend appropriate remedies.
- The U.S. government should develop guidelines on how to ensure school discipline policies and practices are in compliance with international human rights standards.
It appears that the U.N. has the solution for cleansing America of its racism. Once America surrenders its sovereignty and adopts international standards/laws, it will be a socialist utopia.