UN Boss Pushes “International Standards” for Ferguson PoliceSubmitted by ProudAmericanFirst on Tue, 08/19/2014 - 11:00
As protests and looting continue in Ferguson, Missouri, following the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki moon is demanding that local law enforcement adhere to what his office cryptically referred to as “international standards.” The latest UN meddling in U.S. affairs concerning local and state government is part of an accelerating trend, sparking alarm among critics of the dictator-dominated global outfit and advocates of national sovereignty. Those tempted to seek UN-inspired “international standards” for local American police forces should be careful what they wish for.
Of course, the Obama administration has also been inappropriately injecting itself into the Ferguson saga. The president, who has played a key role in showering military weapons on police departments across America, even took a break from his vacation to slam local law enforcement and its response to the unrest. Now, Attorney General Eric Holder — currently in criminal contempt of Congress for arming Mexican drug cartels and then trying to cover it up by lying to Congress — plans to “oversee” the unconstitutional federal meddling.
Perhaps following Obama’s lead, the UN injected itself into Ferguson’s affairs on Monday, August 18. “The secretary general is aware that U.S. federal authorities have announced an investigation into the killing of Michael Brown,” a spokesman for Ban’s office said during a press conference, reading from a prepared statement. “He hopes local and federal investigations will shed full light on the killing and that justice will be done.” So-called “justice” in UN speak, of course, means something very different than it does in the United States.