Please allow me to remind everyone of the Kigali Principles which Obama signed us onto right before he left office. It is a 29 nation agreement in which the United Nations can direct all 29 nations to intervene in the internal affairs of a nation, by force is needed, in order to “restore order”. Whose order? The New World Order. And people wonder why I am concerned about a Red Dawn invasion.
Increased funding for the United Nations can also have far-reaching benefits for the Beijing leadership. It strengthens its influence on the Administrative and Budgetary Committees. He in turn controls the budget of the Human Rights Committee – which the Chinese want to see cut. The CP wants to explain the sovereignty of states as the most important principle of international exchange. In addition, Chinese leaders are pushing for the definition of human rights to be diverted from individual freedom to the right to economic participation. In a commentary of the state news agency “Xinhua” this becomes clear: The definition of human rights are as different as cultures in which they are embedded. The Chinese concept includes components such as “development is a human right”, “combating poverty helps to enforce rights” and “human rights need cooperation”. The Chinese government has also campaigned within the United Nations. The Chinese approach is now reflected in several resolutions of the UN Security Council, it said in the “Xinhua” article on. For example, two years ago, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHCR) introduced the concept of human rights through development into the international human rights system. Then the tone becomes sharper: even though the West-defined definition played an important role in the past, it does not make it superior. The West has shown itself “intolerant” to the Chinese interpretation.