U.N. Approve the Use of Force to ‘Protect Civilians’ in the Event of Armed Conflicts*

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U.N. Approve the Use of Force to ‘Protect Civilians’ in the Event of Armed Conflicts*

While your Mainstream Media continues to distract you with the upcoming “elections” and alleged-suspected “terrorists,” the United Nations (U.N.) has just recently approved the use of force in order to protect civilians in the event of armed conflicts. In fact, U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power has even said at a U.N. meeting back in May 2016 that the U.S. is “proud” to be joining with the U.N. “Peacekeepers” — in order to “act” in case civilians are ever in danger.In preparation for civil unrest, staged rioting and upheaval, and finally, Martial Law…

Along with the U.S., these 29 nations are set to act under the Kigali Principles in times of conflict. These nations include: The U.S., Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Burkina Faso, Canada, Djibouti, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Germany, Ghana, Guinea…

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