Before the UN there was the League of Nations:

The League of Nations (abbreviated as LN or LoN in English, La Société des Nations [la sɔsjete de nɑsjɔ̃] abbreviated as SDN or SdN in French) was an intergovernmental organization founded on 10 January 1920 as a result of the Paris Peace Conference that ended the First World War. It was the first international organization whose principal mission was to maintain world peace.[1] Its primary goals, as stated in its Covenant, included preventing wars through collective security and disarmament and settling international disputes through negotiation and arbitration.[2] Other issues in this and related treaties included labour conditions, just treatment of native inhabitants, human and drug trafficking, the arms trade, global health, prisoners of war, and protection of minorities in Europe.[3] At its greatest extent from 28 September 1934 to 23 February 1935, it had 58 members.

The diplomatic philosophy behind the League represented a fundamental shift from the preceding hundred years. The League lacked its own armed force and depended on the victorious Great Powers of World War I(France, the United Kingdom, Italy and Japan were the permanent members of the executive Council) to enforce its resolutions, keep to its economic sanctions, or provide an army when needed. The Great Powers were often reluctant to do so. Sanctions could hurt League members, so they were reluctant to comply with them. During the Second Italo-Abyssinian War, when the League accused Italian soldiers of targeting Red Cross medical tents, Benito Mussolini responded that “the League is very well when sparrows shout, but no good at all when eagles fall out.”[4]

After some notable successes and some early failures in the 1920s, the League ultimately proved incapable of preventing aggression by the Axis powers in the 1930s. The credibility of the organization was weakened by the fact that the United States never officially joined the League and the Soviet Union joined late and only briefly.[5][6][7][8] Germany withdrew from the League, as did Japan, Italy, Spain and others. The onset of the Second World War showed that the League had failed its primary purpose, which was to prevent any future world war. The League lasted for 26 years; the United Nations (UN) replaced it after the end of the Second World War and inherited several agencies and organizations founded by the League.



The concept of a peaceful community of nations had been proposed as far back as 1795, when Immanuel Kant‘s Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch[9] outlined the idea of a league of nations to control conflict and promote peace between states.[10] Kant argued for the establishment of a peaceful world community, not in a sense of a global government, but in the hope that each state would declare itself a free state that respects its citizens and welcomes foreign visitors as fellow rational beings, thus promoting peaceful society worldwide.[11] International co-operation to promote collective security originated in the Concert of Europe that developed after the Napoleonic Wars in the 19th century in an attempt to maintain the status quo between European states and so avoid war.[12][13] This period also saw the development of international law, with the first Geneva Conventionsestablishing laws dealing with humanitarian relief during wartime, and the international Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907 governing rules of war and the peaceful settlement of international disputes.[14][15] As historians William H. Harbaugh and Ronald E. Powaski point out, Theodore Roosevelt was the first American President to call for an international league.[16][17] At the acceptance for his Nobel Prize, Roosevelt said: “it would be a masterstroke if those great powers honestly bent on peace would form a League of Peace.”[18][19]

The forerunner of the League of Nations, the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), was formed by the peace activists William Randal Cremer and Frédéric Passy in 1889 (and is currently still in existence as an international body with a focus on the various elected legislative bodies of the world.) The IPU was founded with an international scope, with a third of the members of parliaments (in the 24 countries that had parliaments) serving as members of the IPU by 1914. Its foundational aims were to encourage governments to solve international disputes by peaceful means. Annual conferences were established to help governments refine the process of international arbitration. Its structure was designed as a council headed by a president, which would later be reflected in the structure of the League.[20]

The 1864 Geneva Convention, one of the earliest formulations of international law

The First Geneva Convention

The 1864 Geneva Convention was instituted at a critical period in European political and military history. Elsewhere, the American Civil War had been raging since 1861 (starting with the Battle of Fort Sumter), and would ultimately claim between 750,000–900,000 lives. Between the fall of the first Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 and the rise of his nephew in the Italian campaign of 1859, the powers had maintained peace in western Europe.[2] Yet, with the 1853–1856 conflict in the Crimea, war had returned to Europe, and while those troubles were “in a distant and inaccessible region” northern Italy was “so accessible from all parts of western Europe that it instantly filled with curious observers;” while the bloodshed was not excessive the sight of it was unfamiliar and shocking.[2] Despite its intent of ameliorating the ravages of war, the inception of the 1864 Geneva Convention inaugurated “a renewal of military activity on a large scale, to which the people of western Europe…had not been accustomed since the first Napoleon had been eliminated.”[2]

The movement for an international set of laws governing the treatment and care for the wounded and prisoners of war began when relief activist Henry Dunant witnessed the Battle of Solferino in 1859, fought between French-Piedmonteseand Austrian armies in Northern Italy.[3] The subsequent suffering of 40,000 wounded soldiers left on the field due to lack of facilities, personnel, and truces to give them medical aid moved Dunant into action. Upon return to Geneva, Dunant published his account Un Souvenir de Solferino[4] and, through his membership in the Geneva Society for Public Welfare, he urged the calling together of an international conference and soon helped found the International Committee of the Red Cross in 1863.[5]

It “derived its obligatory force from the implied consent of the states which accepted and applied them in the conduct of their military operations.”[2] Despite its basic mandates, listed below, it was successful in effecting significant and rapid reforms. This first effort provided only for:[8]

  1. the immunity from capture and destruction of all establishments for the treatment of wounded and sick soldiers,
  2. the impartial reception and treatment of all combatants,
  3. the protection of civilians providing aid to the wounded, and
  4. the recognition of the Red Cross symbol as a means of identifying persons and equipment covered by the agreement.

Due to significant ambiguities in the articles with certain terms and concepts and even more so to the rapidly developing nature of war and military technology, the original articles had to be revised and expanded, largely at the Second Geneva Conference in 1906 and Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907 which extended the articles to maritime warfare.[9] The 1906 version was updated and replaced by the 1929 version when minor modifications were made to it. It was again updated and replaced by the 1949 version, better known as the Final Act of Geneva Conference, 1949.[10] However, as Jean S. Pictet, Director of the International Committee of the Red Cross, noted in 1951, “the law, however, always lags behind charity; it is tardy in conforming with life’s realities and the needs of humankind”, as such it is the duty of the Red Cross “to assist in the widening the scope of law, on the assumption that…law will retain its value”, principally through the revision and expansion of these basic principles of the original Geneva Convention.[1]

As we can see there is a solid connection between the League of Nations, the Red Cross, as well as the United Nations of today dating back to the 1800’s. In 1945 all the good ideas from the past were joined to give birth to the UN.

A replacement for the ineffective League of Nations, the organization was established on 24 October 1945 after World War II with the aim of preventing another such conflict. At its founding, the UN had 51 member states; there are now 193.

The headquarters of the UN is in ManhattanNew York City, and is subject to extraterritoriality. Further main offices are situated in GenevaNairobi, and Vienna. The organization is financed by assessed and voluntary contributions from its member states. Its objectives include maintaining international peace and security, protecting human rights, delivering humanitarian aid, promoting sustainable development and upholding international law. [4] The UN is the largest, most familiar, most internationally represented and most powerful intergovernmental organization in the world.

In 25 April 1945, 50 governments met in San Francisco for a conference and started drafting the UN Charter and was adopted on 25 June 1945 in the San Francisco Opera House, and was signed on 26 June 1945 in the Herbst Theatre auditorium in the Veterans War Memorial Building. This charter took effect on 24 October 1945, and the UN began operation.

Two years after the UN was created, the UN passed a resolution calling Palestine to be split between the Arabs and the Jews in November 29, 1947, which then led to the creation of Israel, formed by the Jews on May 14, 1948. After the end of the Cold War, the UN shifted and expanded its field operations which involves more peacekeeping missions and undertaking a wide variety of complex tasks.

The world view of the UN in the 21 century, the global countries are praising their efforts however there is a view of the general public that the UN is corrupt and forcing their own agenda. This agenda has a sinister end to it, it involves lowering the world population as well as putting in place a One World Government/ One World Religion to turn the worlds population into slaves.

As of Jan. of 2018 there are 48 countries who are funding the UN, link is below.

The Target Date for America’s Depopulation Has Been Set

Agenda 21

Agenda21 is the 21st century plan of the UN to depopulate earth to take the strain off the planet, link below

Scientific Proof Of Global Depopulation Program

Agenda 2030

link below video

The New World Order

Agenda 2030 as well as the new world order are connected, it is just the original agenda redefined what we see here started back in the 1800’s. Agenda 2030 is the ideology of the depopulation called sustainable development, it is a good way to introduce the GMO’s into our foods which are genetically modified foods we are told it will increase the yield of food to feed us. They will not mention that GMO’s weaken our DNA to the point that we are fight off infections. The list is long when we take the time to think about the poisons we are ingesting daily through food, water, air, as well as the prescriptions, it is all a part of the big picture not to say anything about the natural deaths.

After years of meditating on Life Without Fear and the repercussions of that commitment of mine? They were my decisions to leave New York, divorce my Liberal 2nd wife and immediately leave my homeland of America.

With the loss of that treasured friendship, I now rely on the memory of another late friend, Stella Adler, and her own, divine perspective on the key to life: “Know the measure of things!”

The measure of things, after the last 7 ½ years, observing the Obama Nation and its brazen shamelessness?!  Its empowering anti-Semitic Iran with over one billion dollars and the freedom to continue with the Iran atomic power program?! While, at the same time, not demanding from Iran the end of its 444 days of holding American hostages?!?! The President’s initiating and agreeing to all of Iran’s demands, while Iran, this major author of world terrorism, captures 10 American sailors in the Mediterranean and holds them hostage for as much broadcast time as they can squeeze out of that nationally embarrassing nightmare?!

In a very real sense, President Barack Hussein Obama ended up rewarding Iran for all those atrocious demands and behavior.

In addition to that, what Part One of this series, The New World Order’s Diabolical Pilgrimage, has already discussed: the startling similarities between one of Barack Obama’s right hand men, Ben Rhodes, and my character of Eric Dorf in the NBC Mini-Series, Holocaust?!?!?!

There was a Holocaust Memorial event which both Elie Wiesel and I were attending. At that meeting he was quite specific that his criticisms of the program in the New York Times had nothing to do with the actors.

What he disliked, loathed, and, if you read his full editorial in the New York Times, clearly despised were anyone’s presumption that a fiction, a drama, film or play could possibly encompass a human event as enormously beyond words as the Holocaust.

He only applauds pure history and film documentaries:

“An authentic documentary like ‘The Final Solution’, by the four-time Oscar winner Arthur Cohn, cannot find a distributor…”

But an NBC series?!

“… people fall all over themselves for cheap and simplistic melodramas. They get a little history, a heavy dose of sentimentality and suspense, a little eroticism, a few daring sex scenes, a dash of theological rumination about the silence of God and there it is: let kitsch rule in the land of kitsch, where at the expense of truth, what counts is ratings and facile success.”

Of course, as he said, he’s not criticizing the actors.

Has he not criticized the German men and women who, like all actors in any play dealing with the Holocaust, such as The Diary of Anne Frank, just needed a job… and kept the Third Reich running?!


The Ideal within the possibilities of humanity has been something that men like Elie Wiesel never leave far out of their consciousness.

However, I have no doubt that Ben Rhodes is as committed an idealist as Eli Wiesel has been!

Fellow workers in the White House testify, in David Samuels article, to Ben Rhodes’ honesty and character.


Particularly in the case of defending the Obama deal with Iran?!

Lies, of course, are a means to the great end!

Toward the achievement of an ideal!

In Ben Rhodes case, that all-necessary objective is Barack Obama’s goal: A Radically Progressive New World Order Run By The United Nations!

Radically in its strongest sense means depopulating the human race.

And Barack Hussein Obama’s demand of the United Nations:

Be a major player
In the creation
A New World Order!!”

The answer to Obama from the United Nations?

You must convince America,
And all of its United States,
That Islam
As you say,
 A major part of
The New World Order!!”

“Barry’s” response:

“Just watch me!!!!”

So here we are, nearing the end of my Part Two for The New World Order’s Diabolical Pilgrimage.

Why must all human beings – not just Americans – but the entire human race begin to live Life Without Fear?! Because of what Stella Adler reminded me of: “Know the measure of things!”

When is it necessary to act without fear and not only risk your life but lose your life saving 1 or 10 or 100 or 1,000 or 10,000 or 100,000 or 1 to 6 million or 6 ½ billion lives?!  To stop an evil brand of human being that computes human lives as if they were mere numbers.

And nothing else.

That, to me – and for certain – is, despite the terrifying odds of being killed, a time to begin “life without fear”.

And in the case of profoundly successful men like Ted Turner?!

Ted Turner’s plan
For depopulating 
Over three fourths
Of the human race
 Is, above all else,
 Plain fucking evil!!!

Hitler helped create the Volkswagon!

And Ted Turner keeps me frequently entertained with the American Movie Classics.

And, perhaps, the generally and diabolically possessed  disrepute in which Adolf Hitler and his Final Solution have been placed by History?!

Perhaps the evidence of that has persuaded Mr. Turner to sweeten the cyanide of The Ted Turner Final Solution To Most of The Problems On Earth, his own, indisputably record-breaking solution, the deaths of  billions of human beings, mute its horror with Hollywood’s grandest distractions: most of the best films in the entire history of both Hollywood and world film.

Here he is in person on the subject of depopulation!

“Nazi-like policies!”

“Enemy of humanity!”

“Eugenics is no laughing matter, sir!!!”

“Yer no better than a Nazi!!!!!!!!”

“The U.S.’s largest land-owner!”

“What’s more important? The human race or bison?!”


Here’s Bill Gates on the same subject.

That’s enough, profoundly disturbing Truths for this, Part Two of The New World Order’s Diabolical PilgrimageESR

Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Contact Michael at He can be found on Twitter at


This is one of several parts to the agenda of the UN, NWO,