Strong Cities Network: Global Law Enforcement in US – No Congressional Consent

If you live in Atlanta, Denver, Minneapolis or New York City, you have the wisdom, or perceived wisdom, of “law enforcement global partners” working in your city to “address violent extremism.”  The announcement by U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch came with the launch at the United Nations in New York City on September 29, 2015 … the United Nations, “a sharia-compliant world body …” There are 193 member nations in the United Nations. Of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC) 57 states, 56 are member states of the UN. Have you wondered what happened to Syria’s seat in the U.N.? Well, of course, that peace-loving body yanked it and then handed it over to the ‘freedom fighters/rebels.’ In October 2013, the United Nations issued a statement advocating for “greater ties with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to resolve conflict in the Middle East ….” So how’s that working out for the “global partners?” And before I get to the Department of Justice announcement on the Strong Cities Network, I have to show you this from the U.N. (after the graphic).

Graphic Credit: What Did You Say? (click to visit)

Graphic Credit: What Did You Say? (click to visit)

Terrorism, while not associated with any particular cultures or people, …

Following those remarks, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, said strengthening cooperation between the United Nations and OIC would both “promote multilateralism and boost the international collective security mechanism”.  With its new vision of “moderation and modernization”, OIC was playing an important role in preventing, managing and resolving conflicts, promoting post-conflict reconstruction and defusing humanitarian crises.  On numerous occasions, it had expressed its readiness to forge a partnership with the United Nations on early responses to disputes. Source: United Nations

A “collective security mechanism” with the OIC pushing buttons. Isn’t that just so special?

Judi McLeod, Canada Free Press:

With no public input, no Congress debate or vote, it will be blue helmets and not local cops who will be policing the streets of America, in an initiative underway before its launch date.

If citizen criticism of Islam will not be tolerated by a president who proclaimed that “the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam”, then who will SCN ultimately be chasing down, charging and arresting?

Who will the blue helmets of the SCN be removing from the streets of our cities?

The U.S. Department of Justice:

“To counter violent extremism we need determined action at all levels of governance,” said Governing Mayor Stian Berger Røsland of Oslo while commenting on their participation in the SCN.  “To succeed, we must coordinate our efforts and cooperate across borders.  The Strong Cities Network will enable cities across the globe pool our resources, knowledge and best practices together and thus leave us standing stronger in the fight against one of the greatest threats to modern society.”…

The SCN will include an International Steering Committee of approximately 25 cities and other sub-national entities from different regions that will provide the SCN with its strategic direction….

The Strong Cities Network will launch on Sept. 29, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. EDT, following the LeadersSummit on Countering ISIL and Violent Extremism.  Welcoming remarks will be offered by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein and Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York City, who will also introduce a Keynote address by U.S. Attorney General Lynch.  Following this event, the Strong Cities International Steering Committee, consisting of approximately 25 mayors and other leaders from cities and other sub-national entities from around the globe, will hold its inaugural meeting on Sept. 30, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT. Source:

According to the website, the cities are New York, London, Beirut, Aarhus, Atlanta, Rotterdam, Victoria, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Kano, Montreal, Palermo, Mumbai, Denver, Mombasa, Paris, Dakar, Tunis, Medellin, Anatalya, Minneapolis, Oslo, and Puno.

The snippet below of this video is available in its entirety at Terresa Monroe-Hamilton’s Noisy Room.

This is how we will have the U.N. Arms Treaty. This is how we will have U.N. control in the United States. It will bypass Congress. It will bypass the treaty process. It will be implemented on the local level so that people will never even notice. This is how the U.N. property policies are being applied in the United States, through local initiatives and now we’re going to see a global police force.

At some point in my research, I think I read that our cities “volunteered” to be a part of this “network,” but can’t find that page now. If you live in one of these cities mentioned in the first paragraph, consider calling City Hall. If you see these “law enforcement partners” out there in your community, let us know if they’re wearing the customary peacekeeping blue helmet that always portends trouble –– including, sometimes, rape.


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