"The UN has already prepared a document that will ensure its presence in Libya. The plan proposes 200 military observers to begin with a multi-national force and 190 UN police, says Matthew Lee, human rights activist and journalist for InnerCityPress.com, who broke the story."
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (centre) briefs the press on the situation in Libya. He is flanked by his Special Envoy Abdul Ilah al-Khatib (left) and Special Adviser Ian Martin
26 August 2011 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today summoned major regional organizations to join the United Nations in helping the new Libyan authorities deliver immediate emergency aid and provide a democratic transition after the ouster of Colonel Muammar al-Qadhafi’s regime.
He said the Security Council, which makes the decisions on such matters, had assured him of their support for the rapid deployment of a UN mission in Libya, adding that its decision yesterday to release to the authorities Transitional National Council (TNC) $1.5 billion in Qadhafi regime assets that it had frozen under sanctions a welcome step. Source
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"Europe Could be Overrun with White South Africans" 2015-05-26 23:05 Edited by Red Ice
Dear Madam Merkel: We want our brothers and sisters to come home!
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Driving Force in Climate Changes, Volcanos and Earthquakes
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Description from YouTube: A Swedish man reached the absolute end of what he can take anymore and tells a few truths to Swedish politicians. The man is the founder of a new political party called Riksdemokraterna.
'Is this white enough for you?' Dutch immigrant children rally against segregation 2015-05-26 22:37
Immigrant children and their parents in two Amsterdam neighborhoods took to the streets on Friday asking for families to enroll their "white" children in local schools, which are becoming increasingly segregated.
The 100 or so schoolchildren - mostly from Africa and the Middle East - took part in a rally, AFP reported. They were wearing bright wight t-shirts imprinted bearing the ...