Saturday, June 28, 2014
What Are The Odds That Two Completely Different Stories In The U.S., One In The North (Detroit) And One In The South (Texas), Are Both Calling for U.N. Intervention ???
Isn't this odd? Two stories at the same time are about the U.S. calling for U.N. help on American soil.
NBC "news": Groups Seek UN Help to Restore Detroit Water Service
HUMANITARIAN CRISIS: HALF OF DETROIT RESIDENTS ARE GOING TO HAVE THEIR WATER SHUT OFF BECAUSE THEY CAN'T PAY THE BILL
Nicole Hill holds up her past due water bill at her home in Detroit on June 25, 2014.
Detroit activists block trucks sent to shut off water
What Happens When Detroit Shuts Off the Water of 100,000 People
BELOW...we have ANOTHER "humanitarian crisis" at the complete opposite border in the South in Texas:
THE "INVASION OF THE HONDURAS KIDS" "humanitarian crisis".
When this "INVASION OF HONDURAS KIDS" story started 24x7, I had a feeling it was being overblown. If you BOTHER TO REALLY LOOK INTO IT, 50,000 kids OVER 10 YEAR PERIOD is this "invasion". That's probably NORMAL ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS amount, or less. An "INVASION"????? What a great PROBLEM:REACTION:SOLUTION to deploy U.N. in our country for this "humanitarian crisis" that doesn't even make sense and is very little people. Look at a map and ask yourself how "kids" can walk (or however) from Honduras (and Guatemala, etc....) THROUGH OTHER COUNTRIES UNABATED, even though it's impossible not only legally but physically, and this "INVASION OF HONDURAS KIDS" "HUMANITARIAN CRISIS" stinks to high heaven.
Analysis: United Nations Assets Will Be Deployed in USA To Resolve “International Crisis” On Border
Here's a map of the area of Texas & Mexico & Guatemala & Honduras & other countries where this "invasion" is coming from. Notice how these kids have to somehow walks THOUSANDS OF MILES THROUGH OTHER COUNTRIES (without them stopping them???). This is not possible. It's about 1,500 MILES AS THE BIRD FLIES, let alone walking with no food, etc...rough terrain in most parts, etc...
Here's a picture (?) of them coming here (who's taking the picture?):
So what exactly is going on with these two stories, on in the north (Detroit) calling for U.N. invtervention, and one in the South (Texas), calling for U.N. intervention?
Maybe we should send some more troops to the other side of the globe and bomb some more Arab countries or bomb the Ukraine for a couple of billion dollars and call the U.N. here for domestic "humanitarian crisis".
Posted by Big Dan at 9:29 AM