by Ron Stephens
Having researched the UN and its ever-growing number of umbrella groups for years, I’m not surprised by anything at the UN. It’s not the cocaine that grabbed my attention
while I read the article. This is what caught my attention “The cocaine was found in two sacks meant to look like genuine diplomatic pouches which are not supposed to be searched by security.”
The TSA is strip searching grandmothers, children and the disabled when they attempt to board a plane, yet a UN diplomatic pouch is off limits to security. Great way to move things like drugs or bombs or maybe stolen sensitive documents. I suggest this only because the UN was created to slowly destroy the nation states of the world and bring about world governance. With a mandate like that, who would allow the UN to move anything anywhere without security checks? The government. The same government that seems to be working day and night to remove your rights.
The UN is populated by liars, thieves and deceivers who brought us the MMGW/climate change scam, the over population scam and a multitude of other scams and frauds. UNESCO uses the public school system they control to “Green-Wash” the children. It’s not the grandmother at the airport we need to be watching.
16kg/35 pounds of cocaine seized at UN’s New York HQ in mailbags from Mexico… after security staff spotted the dodgy logo
A shipment of 16 kilos of cocaine – with a street value of $2million (£1.3million) – which was crudely mocked up to look like a diplomatic pouch has been seized at the United Nations’ mail centre.
The white bag raised suspicions when it was being scanned at the New York building because it was stamped with what looked like a poorly concocted version of the UN logo.
The UN has insisted the arrival of the bag was a ‘mistake’ and that someone in Mexico, from where it said the bag was sent, would be ‘in big trouble’.
But online conspiracy theorists have claimed there is a cover-up – saying that the bag was in fact intended for a UN employee as part of an elaborate drug-smuggling scam.
Unconvincing: The cocaine was found in two sacks meant to look like genuine diplomatic pouches which are not supposed to be searched by security
New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne, said the drug was in a white bag and there was no name or address on the shipment sent from Mexico City through Cincinnati.
He said: ‘It is my understanding that because there was no addressee, the DHL just thought ‘Well, that’s the UN symbol so we should ship it on to UN headquarters and let them figure out who it was supposed to go to.
Destination: The massive consignment of cocaine was headed for the UN’s New York HQ until security intercepted it
‘Somebody in Mexico is probably in trouble now, having let a significant amount of cocaine out of their possession.’
UN security officials called the NYPD and Drug Enforcement Administration after the shipment was intercepted on January 16.
Crude logo: Suspicions were raised when security spotted a fake United Nations logo stamped on the pouch which arrived at the New York HQ mail intake centre
UN undersecretary-general for safety and security Gregory Starr told reporters that ‘there is nothing to indicate that this had anything to do with anybody at the United Nations’.
He said: ‘This did not come from a United Nations facility. It was not, in my opinion, intended to go to a United Nations facility.
‘In my humble opinion, this was the work of narcotics traffickers that were trying to ship something into the United States and their plan must have gone wrong.’
He said the drug was actually stashed in two bags that were stamped with the sky-blue U.N. logo of a world map.
It was an apparent effort to masquerade as diplomatic pouches, which are not supposed to be inspected.
Inside the bag, the drug was hidden in hollowed-out notebooks.
The UN official showed journalists a photograph of the bags that were seized.
And he compared them with a real diplomatic pouch used by the UN, which is somewhat larger and made of a different material.