UN Sending Troops To U.S. To Fight Civil War!

Written by Samuel Clark.

In a move that has sparked considerable debate, the Biden administration has consented to the deployment of United Nations troops throughout the United States. This decision, made in anticipation of widespread civil unrest, marks a significant shift in how domestic security issues are managed. Greg Reese reports that this initiative is not just a response to current tensions but is part of a broader strategy involving the U.N. in handling what is described as a directed migrant crisis.

The administration’s rationale is grounded in concerns over escalating disturbances that could potentially destabilize the nation. By integrating U.N. forces into the U.S. security framework, the government appears to be taking a proactive approach to safeguard public order. However, the presence of foreign troops on American soil raises fundamental questions about sovereignty and the limits of international intervention in domestic affairs.

As the situation unfolds, the operational details and the extent of the U.N.’s involvement remain unclear. What is evident, though, is the administration’s belief that traditional measures may be insufficient to handle the upcoming challenges. This unusual step reflects a deepening crisis of confidence in the ability of domestic institutions to manage emerging threats independently.

Underlying Issues and Global Context

The backdrop to this dramatic development involves a complex interplay of international migration and geopolitical strategies. The U.N.’s Population Division has openly discussed “Replacement Migration” as a potential solution to declining and aging populations in Western countries since 2000. While initially dismissed by many as a conspiracy theory, recent events have lent credence to the idea that larger demographic and political objectives may be influencing migration patterns.

Critics argue that the policy of allowing massive inflows of migrants, many of whom are young, healthy males, has been poorly managed. Reports of violence and unrest among these groups have exacerbated tensions, particularly as these individuals often face minimal legal repercussions. This has led to growing public dissatisfaction and fears of further social fragmentation.

Moreover, the strategic distribution of migrants across various states raises concerns about the underlying motives of such policies. The GOP has suggested that these measures are aimed at influencing electoral outcomes, a claim that underscores the deep political divisions over immigration and security policy. The broader implications for national cohesion and public trust in government are profound and troubling.

Impending Challenges and Government Preparedness

As the country braces for more unrest, possibly intensified by the impending announcement of a new infectious disease and potential lockdowns, the role of the U.N. troops becomes even more critical. The government’s decision to involve international forces in maintaining order is a testament to the severity of the perceived threats. This approach, however, is not without its detractors, who see it as an overreach that could compromise national sovereignty.

The anticipation of Disease X and the possibility of another round of lockdowns have only added to the public’s anxiety. The government and U.N.’s readiness to handle these challenges will be closely watched, with many Americans skeptical about the effectiveness and appropriateness of these measures. The balance between ensuring security and maintaining civil liberties remains delicate.

The decision to deploy U.N. troops is a gamble that reflects both desperation and determination. How this strategy will impact the social fabric and political landscape of the United States remains to be seen. As tensions mount, the need for careful, transparent management of this unprecedented situation cannot be overstated.

Our Take

The involvement of U.N. troops on American soil is a profound testament to the challenges facing the United States today. This decision, while aimed at safeguarding national security, also signals potential weaknesses in domestic governance and readiness. From a perspective that values national sovereignty and self-determination, the reliance on international forces is concerning.

It is crucial that any measures taken to address the current crises do not erode fundamental American principles. While the immediate goal is to prevent unrest and maintain public safety, the long-term consequences of such decisions could shape the nation’s future in unpredictable ways. Maintaining a balance between effective crisis management and the preservation of constitutional liberties must be the priority.

“This isn’t normal. There’s something not right. This isn’t just refugees coming, these aren’t people fleeing from some kind of war zone. These are predominantly men aged between 25 and 35, young fighting age man, as my old boss, Nigel Farage once referred to them. And I think he’s right. John, what do you think’s going on here mate?” ~ Jim Ferguson “So I can tell you, these are UN soldiers and they will be deployed by the W.H.O. when they announce the next pandemic lockdown. That’s what’s going to happen. They’ve been trained by British soldiers. Been trained by the Black Watch Regiment. They were trained in Antalya, in Turkey, and in the east of Ukraine. They’re predominantly down to sergeant ranks. They’re then shipped to France. They all signed the Official Secrets Act, then they’re ferried over. If you were fleeing war and tyranny, I don’t know about you, but I would certainly take my wife and children with me. The most precious, They’re my prized asset, you know, they’re everything to me. If you’re going to war, you go to war with lads. They gonna be deployed, they will be deployed.” ~ John O’ Looney “John, I mean you say you spoke to people in the Black Watch. I mean, Black Watch, a very famous yellow regiment. Are they actually going along with this?” ~ Jim Ferguson “They’ve got no choice. I kind of said, you know, why are you doing it? And he said, soldiers follow orders. What you’re going to see is the following, we’ll have a minister somewhere in cabinets, suddenly come up with a great idea on how we’re going to get these guys to contribute to help us. And they’re going to put them in uniforms. A couple of people have told me these uniforms are burgundy. Others have told me they’re U.N. blue. I really don’t know. I guess we’ll see when they deploy them. They are gonna be deployed. Because otherwise, if they announce another lockdown, what would everyone say? They’d say bollocks. And they’d go about their business wouldn’t they? They’re gonna need armed young men in uniform to try and enforce it. Why did they import young men from the East? Because, traditionally, if you want to kill and tyrannize white people, you put black soldiers in. Because there’s a cultural disassociation. And that’s their method. That’s the way these globalists are gonna do it.” ~ John O’ Looney “You know, in America, when it was a colony of the United Kingdom of Britain, there was a revolution against British colonial rule.” ~ Jim Ferguson “That’s right.” ~ John O’ Looney “And, you know, a lot of people don’t realize, but it was only 3% of those people in America that overthrew the British forces and basically got rid of them. 3% of the population, John.” ~ Jim Ferguson “I look forward to it. I’m ready, I’m ready. I can’t wait because I know it’s gonna be the beginning of the end for them. I do foresee victory. I see that at a very great cost. But we will see it. And people, I think the world will become closer than ever when we do see victory. It’s gonna come on the back of a load of bloodshed. And unfortunately, it has to. Once people of all colors come together and recognize their common enemy, We’ll walk over these people in ten minutes.” ~ John O’ Looney

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