UN Redistribution of Western Wealth to Third World Countries

The United Nations has outlived any usefulness it ever promised but could not deliver. It is now chock full of delegates who are anti-USA and anti-Israel who want to pillage the economic resources of the west through migration and climate change funding. 

1. Through migration.

Whaleoil posted a video interview by Mark Steyn with previous American presidential candidate Michele Bachmann about the American experience. Bachman estimates 25% of the GDP of some Latin and South American countries comes from the United States.

The United Nations use illegal migration as a tool to fulfil their agenda to redistribute western wealth. The notion of using migrants to pillage western welfare was a new concept to me.

The United Nations believes migration is beneficial and are moving forward with legislation to promote legal migration, but Bachman talks about the economic benefits illegal migrants also receive from the United States.

“They [the UN] encourage people to come into the west – into the United States – because they know there will be immediate access to the welfare states.“

“Damn what our laws say. There will be immediate access to the welfare state and I’ve asked the presidents of Latin American countries, South American countries – what percentage of your GDP is from, ah remittances – money that is earned in the United States and sent back home.”

“And for many of them a fourth of the entire GDP comes from remittances from the United States. So, whether that’s from earnings – legal or illegal – or whether that’s from welfare state remittances, it’s coming from the US and it’s streaming out of our country.”

Steyn argues the money would be better directed into improving third world economies to remove the incentive of illegal migration to the US and points out that non-Americans can easily remit funds overseas, whereas Americans sending funds overseas would be “subject to IRS scrutiny for the next 20 years, but apparently if you are non-American you can take money and send it anywhere on the planet”.

In theory, disincentivising migration by improving third world countries sounds attractive. But in practice, passing funds through the hands of the corrupt governments responsible for economic failure in the first place is a huge, almost insurmountable hurdle.

Bachmann resides in Minnesota, home to the largest population of Somalis outside Somalia and home of the Somali state-funded childcare scandal that broke in 2018.

“So, a number of Somalis have set up day cares, whether it’s in their homes in businesses outside of their home, to such an extent that the ah, the number that’s being reported were that a hundred million dollars in a year’s time has transited through the Minneapolis St Paul airport, in cash, in roller bags, going to Somalia.

So, a hundred million in cash coming out of these day cares and so… because Minnesota is the most generous welfare state of all 50 states. There is nothing too good for… for the welfare recipients in Minnesota, by the tax payers of Minnesota.

We’ve made it so easy, in fact, that we have apps for smart phones for people who utilise this system, and so a day care provider can sit and just ping this system for non-existent children in the day care – and that’s being done. In fact there’s a story that one woman had left the United States with her roller bag filled with cash on her way to Somalia and she was sitting in an $800 a night hotel room in Nairobi pinging on the app, the Minnesota app, for more fake kids in her day care and we’re paying all this money.”

Bachmann alleges the funds were used for terrorist activity but Minnesota’s legislative auditor released a report this year that confirmed “widespread child care assistance fraud” but failed to confirm a connection between the state’s Child Care Assistance Programme and al Shabab or other terrorists.  This does not mean the connection does not exist, it just means the review could not find it.  But the scam was expensive.

“Jay Swanson, the manager of the CCAP investigators, said he believed $100 million was roughly accurate. But he also had an expansive view of fraud that goes beyond what is typically prosecuted in criminal proceedings. His attention focused on roughly 100 child care centers and he assumed lax supervision by employees was fraud, as well as overbilling. “Therefore, in Swanson’s opinion, all of the CCAP money paid to those centers in 2017 — approximately $108 million — should be counted as fraud,” the report says.”

2. Through Climate Change Funding

“One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with the environmental policy anymore, with problems such as deforestation or the ozone hole,” said Edenhofer, who co-chaired the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change working group on Mitigation of Climate Change from 2008 to 2015.

So, what is the goal of environmental policy?

“We redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy,” said Edenhofer.

Helen Clark paved the way for successive NZ governments, including our sycophantic UN loving CoL.

Nominations close this 28 July for our very own “independent” Climate Change Commissioner who will ensure the UN agenda is closely adhered to.

Give us one politician who will review our adherence to the evil UN and they will get my vote.