The UN is concerned about World Hunger. This is a given. Americans are worried about feeding our own and higher food prices. The UNs Secretary General is in Des Moines Iowa this week to promote World Hunger Day.
The UN sees Iowa as the heartland and a gateway to large portions of our food and it’s production. This stealthy display of humanism shows the world that the UN is securely in our country and we have the elected officials that are pulling out the welcome wagon. The UN surely sees the opportunity for Iowa and other states to “spread the wealth” to other countries to feed the poor.
I’m not against helping others, but I am a firm believer we must take care of our own also. We are far from solving the homelessness and hunger in the United States, why must we rely on the UN for assistance.
The churches and private organizations used to be the go to guys when the needy hungered for a meal, but even our church leaders have fallen under the spell of the UN while forging ahead to create a socialist type utopia under a New World Order with the popular UN poverty eradication program called MDGs-Millennium Development Goals, an Agenda 21 program.
Think about this. The UN is in Iowa and no bells and whistles going off. Little to no coverage on the local or world news. Really? The UN in our country asking our Youth and Women to look beyond America, forget about America and I find very little coverage of these events.
Where are our watchmen on the wall, our Patriots, our elected officials that should be saying “get the hades out of my country with your rhetoric and brainwashing of my children.” Perhaps the reason they don’t speak is they are complicit and in the know.
The following article being shared is from a site called UNDPwatch, please see the links below and vist their site frequently.
Ban Ki-moon tells American youth to “look beyond america and serve the world”
(Translation: Forget about building a stronger America)
“Young Americans should look beyond the United States to become citizens of the world,” U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told 500 Drake University students Friday morning.
“My message to you: See the world, serve the world, be a global citizen and shape the world we want,” Ban said in a presentation on international affairs.
Ban is the first sitting secretary-general of the United Nations to visit Iowa, he said. He came to Des Moines to address World Food Prize attendees Thursday night.
In the audience in Old Main’s Sheslow Auditorium were Sen. Tom Harkin of Iowa and U.S. Ambassador-at-Large Stephen Rapp, another Iowan.
Tells youth forget about America!