Is This Why The UN Human Rights Council Is Silent As Venezuelans Die Oppressed Under Socialism?

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The United Nations Human Rights Council has been silent on the death of Venezuelans at the hands of their democratic socialist government. The UN has sided with death, but that isn’t surprising, considering the horrific plans they have laid out for most humans.

The Miami Herald is calling the UN’s lack of response to blood in the streets in Venezuela a “travesty.” Despite Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s bloody repression of opposition protests that have resulted in more than 100 dead, thousands of wounded and hundreds of political prisoners over the past three months, the United Nations Human Rights Council, UNHRC, has not uttered a single word about Venezuela’s human rights crisis.

But there’s a reason for the silence, and all one has to do to figure it out, is lightly scratch the surface. The UN doesn’t care about human rights.  It’s a front for their ability to massively depopulate the earth for the advancement of Agenda 21.

In 1992, at a Venezuela conference, the United Nations passed something called “Agenda 21,” for which the elder US President, George Bush, publicly gave his support. It referred to something called “Sustainable Development,” but what this plan laid out very clearly was a one world government. This idea of One World Rule is not new to the Bush clan, or even to the modern day Illuminati. It has been around at least since the times of the Roman Empire, and before. –The Daily Sheeple

Could this be the reason the UN doesn’t care about a few hundred Venezuelans and their oppressed deaths? Possibly, but don’t expect the mainstream media to report on the horrors of socialism.  Human beings who seek freedom are the biggest threat to the political structures which are planning to destroy most of mankind, which is why governments are using brainwashing techniques and propaganda on the weak masses.  Humans will always gravitate toward their freedom unless brainwashed to accept their own oppression. This is the reason we have so many people across the globe cannot see taxation as the theft that it is. But the explanation for the UN’s silence gets even more disturbing.

Some have an even more sinister reason for the UN’s silence on the oppression of the Venezuelan people.

There is a reason for that inaction, of course. About half of the council’s 47 member countries are dictatorships — including Cuba, China, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Venezuela — who defend one another against charges of human-rights violations. In fact, the UNHRC is a mutual protection society for the world’s worst dictatorships. –Miami Herald

That isn’t exactly comforting.  Dictatorships, which the US is headed quickly towards becoming, are in control of “human rights,” so expect the eventual announcement that there is no such thing by those claiming ownership over others. Neither the United States nor any other socialist democracies represented at the council have presented any motions to the council condemning Venezuela’s human rights abuses. That’s because death is a necessary outcome to those who seek infinite power over the lives of others.

As the United States stumbles toward tyranny and becomes more socialist, the changes of our streets looking like those of Venezuela increase.  The hypocrisy of instituting the very same socialist policies which caused Venezuela to collapse would appear too obvious for those attempting to brainwash the public in the United States.

Hope seems all but lost against a world takeover, but those on the bottom forget that they are many while the elites are few.


Zero-Hegemon Thu, 07/13/2017 - 23:12 Permalink

Human rights? What about dictator's rights? No mention of that, very curious. What about the rights UN agendas and one world governments? All anyone cares about are these pesky humans that always seem to be hungry?

NidStyles Never One Roach Fri, 07/14/2017 - 00:59 Permalink

Alger Hiss. A well noted communist is the primary architect behind the United Nations. It was never about anything other than giving an organization and avenue for the communists to fund communist revolutions around the world so that a select group of people could prop themselves up on the stolen wealth. Those people now call themselves Zionists/Neo-Cons/Democratic Socialists. They are all pushing for one goal. Extermination of anyone that opposes their rule, and the founding of their kingdom.

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Implied Violins blueyefinity@y… (not verified) Fri, 07/14/2017 - 01:25 Permalink

You know what? I am starting to wonder, what is the real truth here?

Anyone see this? It's an expose by Abby Martin of RT news:…

If she's telling the truth, then this whole Venezuelan thing we are seeing here on ZH is mostly a MYTH.

Who is right?? What is real here?? Because the answer to this could be vitally important the world over.

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Oldwood moimeme (not verified) Thu, 07/13/2017 - 23:33 Permalink

Isn't odd that millions of people are leaving Syria, Libya, Yemen, Afghanistan, and most of Africa, for europe and America, but Palestinians....NEVER! They are still living under oppression and in refugee camps for generations, not integrating into host countries, not reconciling with Israel. Odd.Cheyenne,  sitting in their reservations, planning their next little big horn.

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Idaho potato head Oldwood Fri, 07/14/2017 - 00:51 Permalink

Well some people are more tied to thier land than others, like the Russians. I believe the Indians did try to reconcile with the US government, it worked out about as well as the Rebels giving up (see the outlaw Joesy Wales) sometimes I think it's better to just stand on your principals than to die on your knees. On a long enough timeline.......

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HRClinton Zero-Hegemon Thu, 07/13/2017 - 23:27 Permalink

Allow me to translate for you..."Sustainable Development" has several meanings. The Public ones, and a NWO meaning. The latter means:"Sustainable Development is a NWO development, that sustains the neo-aristocratic rent-seeking system of global governance, in perpetuity."Imagine the Monty Python boot stomping down on the face of humanity, in a Sustainable manner. Peons / Pee-ons.

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rmopf2010 hestroy Fri, 07/14/2017 - 05:29 Permalink

While oil was selling dearly, Chávez used the proceeds from it to rise to power. And to keep at it,In addition to continuing to spend what was not his own, had the press who criticized him and arrest those who opposed him.Until he died, Maduro came, oil ceased to be expensive and misery settled. Something obvious and whose consequences those who were silenced warned.What is happening in Venezuela is not just the end of a regime; Is the price of the illusion that is sold as if it were of tassel.Without reforms and without serious politics, demagogues have destroyed a country and the lives of those who live in it.Rebuilding it after Maduro will not be easy.Let us hope only that in the midst of suffering, most will not forget where and when the error began. SOCIALISM/COMUNISM

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dark fiber Thu, 07/13/2017 - 23:32 Permalink

Frankly the UN is irrelevant and the more obvious this becomes the sooner the US or some other major power will tell them to fuck off.  They have Saudi Arabia in charge of the human rights board FFS.

Never One Roach dark fiber Thu, 07/13/2017 - 23:38 Permalink

The UN is simply an excuse for all these corrupt politicans to partee on the backs of their countrymen's backs. While their people starve back home, UN diplomats eat 7 course dinners, sip fine wine and champagne and bang every expensive Manhattan whore they can get their dicks into. I lived several blocks from the UN one time and these foreign government reps are as corrupt and disgusting as they come. The ones from the thrid World nations were by far the worst. NYC police look the other way since they all have immunity. They can slice a hooker to pieces and throw her body parts down an incinerator and no one would care since these crooks are untouchable. imho

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dunce Fri, 07/14/2017 - 00:29 Permalink

Hundreds of deaths are simply not enough to effect any change. Look at Syria if you can believe the statistics, Hundereds of thousands must be willing to die for la causa.

Rebelrebel7 (not verified) Fri, 07/14/2017 - 00:33 Permalink

The U.N. has been silent on Venezuela perhaps for two reasons, firstly, the C.I.A. has been involved in Venezuela since Nelson Rockefeller, secondly, Venezuela is heavily indebted to the corrupt I.M.F. The world governmental organizations, the W.T.O., The U.N.,  The I.M.F., The B.I.S., the World Bank are all run by Dr. Evil. International government should not exist.

HoyeruNew Fri, 07/14/2017 - 01:02 Permalink

The same UN council is silent on the 5000+ thousand Mosul people who were killled by USA wwhile it was "liberating" Mosul, and on the thounsads Yemeni gettign wasted by Saudies, why dont we talk aboiut that instead huh?

downwiththebanks (not verified) Fri, 07/14/2017 - 01:09 Permalink

Why has ZeroHedge been silent about the MUD fascists, bought and paid for by the CIA to stage a coup after failing for 20 years to win an election, doing practically all of the killing?Funny how all the deaths get attiributed here to the government, even though most of the people dead support the governemnt against the rioting MUD hooligans owned by the NED.ZeroHedge is shamelessly supporting fascism, again.Fascitarians, I guess.

WolfgangCire Fri, 07/14/2017 - 01:33 Permalink

how to slay a monster: destroy all u.s. military and financial targets. dump all u.s. treasuries. eliminate the dollar. sanction/isolate/quarantine the usa from the rest of the world.

DaveA Fri, 07/14/2017 - 01:42 Permalink

Check your assumptions. Humans always gravitate toward freedom? That's true, if by "humans" you mean "self-employed white men of English descent". Most everyone else gravitates toward tyranny; "brainwashing" is easy because it tells them what they want to believe..

Case in point: The Venezuelan people had freedom, and they elected Chavez. And I predict that if they ever get their freedom back, they'll soon elect another socialist flimflammer.

Centerist DaveA Fri, 07/14/2017 - 06:50 Permalink

Spot-on and succinct analysis.  Latin American history is rife with transitions from one socialist-authoritarian regime to another.  They are too wedded to belief in political saviors, rather than belief in their own personal talents and enterprise, to abandon socialism's siren song.They believe that socialism can work if just the right political strong man gets into power.  Of course, even that idea is flawed because even "the right guy" only has a limited shelf life.  The likelihood of a good replacement would be pretty slim.

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Benito_Camela Fri, 07/14/2017 - 01:46 Permalink

Here are my questions: 1) Is Venezuela really a "democratic socialist" state like Sweden or Australia?2) When will we find out how much of the rioting and Mad Max type shit going on is really fomented and financed by the CIA et. al? 

Bopper09 Fri, 07/14/2017 - 02:23 Permalink

Well, as much as we dislike the illuminati psycopaths that run these world organizations, at least they warn us in plain site:  the flat earth UN symbol, the lizard tongue logo for NASA and every space program on the planet, two snakes on the health'care' symbol... And last but not least:THE GEORGIA GUIDESTONES1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.2. Guide reproduction wisely – improving fitness and diversity.3. Unite humanity with a living new language.4. Rule passion – faith – tradition – and all things with tempered reason.5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.8. Balance personal rights with social duties.9. Prize truth – beauty – love – seeking harmony with the infinite.10.Be not a cancer on the earth – Leave room for nature – Leave room for nature.

Joe A Fri, 07/14/2017 - 04:58 Permalink

The UN human rights council is anything but that. It is led by Saudi Arabia, you know, the country bombing Yemen to bits. That council is quiet about that. The council is full with countries that have a really bad track record when it comes to human rights so of course they will be silent. Unless of course some toes of migrants or muzzies were stepped on in the West.