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New Global Order? Biden Implores U.N. To Dilute Permanent Security Council


There are currently 5 permanent members of the U.N. Security Council.

Those nations are Russia, France, China, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Consequently, those 5 nations are also responsible for almost all of the world’s weapon sales—both legal and illicit.

Virtually all proxy conflicts are fueled and funded by these 5 nations.

In response to the recent aggression by Russia towards Ukraine, Joe Biden and several other world leaders have expressed widening the permanent seats on the U.N. Security Council.

Biden did not give a specific number but expressed the idea that more nations in Latin America and Africa should be represented through the expansion.

No mention was made of the increasing influence of China over many of the nations in Latin America and Africa, effectively turning them into client states of one of the current permanent members of the U.N. Security Council.

Here’s what we currently know:

Fox News captured this statement from Biden:

“The US supports increasing the number of permanent and non-permanent representatives in the council.

This includes permanent seats for those nations we long supported,” he told nation leaders at the 77th UN General Assembly in New York City.


CNN went on with Biden’s remarks:

“We are not passive witnesses to history. We are the authors of history. We can do this. We have to do it, for ourselves and for our future, for humankind.

Thank you for your tolerance for listening to me. I appreciate it very much,” he closed his statement.


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