Thursday, July 21, 2011

UN may switch blue helmets to green, then launch climate change peacekeeping wars

Thursday, July 21, 2011
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of

(NaturalNews) The United Nations may soon announce that merely by changing the color of its soldiers' helmets from blue to green, it can intervene in the business of sovereign nations under the guise of so-called "climate change peacekeeping."

....This new "green" UN initiative is due for discussion in a special meeting of the United Nations security council, where the organization will decide whether to expand its "peacekeeping" role to cover everything that happens in a world suffering under climate change. An article in The Guardian explains that this plan involves "...a new environmental peacekeeping force -- green helmets -- which could step into conflicts caused by shrinking resources."

Justification for UN troops on U.S. soil?
This would give the UN justification to place a "peacekeeping" force on U.S. soil, of course. Virtually the entire U.S. Southeast -- from Texas all the way to D.C. -- is currently sweltering under a severe heat wave combined with a hundred-year drought in many areas. Under the UN's new "climate change peacekeeping" initiatives, if crop failures result in riots, they could drop in a few hundred thousand UN troops -- all wearing GREEN helmets -- and then explain they're here to save us from "conflicts caused by shrinking resources."

Because, you know, GREEN means it's good for us, you see. Perhaps they'll even paint the tips of their bullets green so that when they start firing into the crowds of innocent protestors, they can claim it's not an act of war but rather "green kinetic action." The streets may be red with blood, but the evening news will present it all to you as a new "green initiative" that's good for the environment!

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