1. United Nations, LGBT Rights, and a New World

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    Published on Jul 6, 2015 This message is for the Righteous Remnant from all quarters of the Judeo-Christian sphere who perceive their Biblical foundations are under attack from forces hostile to a Bible-based lifestyle. This attack has recently taken on a great intensity, since the United Nations push for LGBT human rights has been taken up by some 85 nations, with still more to sign on. In the United States the Obama administration has been a prime mover in the United Nations gay / LGBT push, even lighting up the White House in the colors of the gay / LGBT flag, and flying that flag at US embassies abroad. Even more alarmingly, the Supreme Court has gotten onboard with the UN campaign, with its recent ruling making what is termed same-sex marriage, whether between lesbian women or gay men, the law of the land in all fifty states. The four dissenting justices in that case each sounded an alarm. Perhaps the most foreboding for us was Justice Alito’s prediction that those holding the “old beliefs” will now be “labeled as bigots” and will therefore “be treated as such” by “governments, employers and schools.” This is even more perplexing, since Chief Justice Roberts stated the ruling is not based on the Constitution. Certainly, these warnings raise many questions, not the least of which is: “what is really going on?” Also, “how do the Scriptures shed light on this?” And finally, “is such a big change as this foretold in Bible prophecy?” You may even wonder if the Bethlehem Star that recently appeared after 2000 years is related to all of this in some way. If you want answers to those questions, you need to watch this video. When you find that it clears up questions for you, please share it with other believers.

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    • Remote Access Operations: Larke Pass, Nepal

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      Our Remote Access Operation (RAO) Team has been working for weeks to help open the Larke Pass (5,160 Meters) in the Manaslu region of Nepal. Many of the upper villages in this area have been completely cut off from their regular supply trains due to landslides destroying the paths and roadways. Some of these villages see over a thousand donkeys per week that deliver their necessary supplies. RAO Field Manager, Vibeke Sefland, explains the process in which the Remote Access Operation team used to open this high altitude pass and access these hard to reach villages. A team of 150 mules will make several trips over the pass until they deliver and distribute the 65 tonnes of rice and oil to the awaiting villagers. Produced: Fenom Creative / Don Bowie Camera: Cody Tuttle, Scott Rogers, Tiffany Junge Edit: Ryan Harris / Cody Tuttle

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      • Panama Humanitarian Hub (English)

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        An animation we created for the United Nations Office for Project Services and ARUP. The animation explains a proposal for a new humanitarian logistics hub to be located in Panama City, Panama.

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        • Panama Humanitarian Hub (Spanish)

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          An animation we created for the United Nations Office for Project Services and ARUP. The animation explains a proposal for a new humanitarian logistics hub to be located in Panama City, Panama.

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          • Amma presented with Gandhi-King award

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            Amma being presented with Gandhi King award for Non Violence, by DR Jane Goodall at the United Nations, Geneva in 2002

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            • Amma at the United Nations Millennium Summit

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              Amma addressing the United Nations for the Millennium Summit in 2000. She was a Keynote speaker

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              • UNEP World Environment Day Beach Cleanup with Jack Johnson

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                While in the Bahamas at The Island School, Jack took part in a designation ceremony to become a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The designation took place on June 5, World Environment Day, a UN flagship event encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment, celebrated in over 100 countries. Following the ceremony, and in celebration of World Environment Day, Jack joined students, visiting UNEP representative Naysan Sahba, Kristal Ambrose of the Bahamas Plastic Movement, and over 100 students, educators and activists to clean a local shoreline and to conduct science on the amount of plastics found within a measured transect.

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                • illUmiNations: Protecting Our Planet

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                  This was a project of a lifetime. Collaboarating with the amazing team at Obscura Digital as well as director Louie Psihoyos and numerous Nation Geographic photographers and videographers. We were tasked to create a dynamic environmental call to action The final piece was projection mapped onto the UN headquarters in NY during The Peoples Climate March of 2014. More info below... On top of that Obscura modified a Tesla with a high powered robotic projection system, electroluminescent paint and a flir camera for covert / subversive operations. http://tinyurl.com/olmrr2j Obscura collaborated with Academy Award-winning director Louie Psihoyos of the Oceanic Preservation Society and Insurgent Media to create the panoramic video projection on the facades of the UN buildings. Titled “illUmiNations: Protecting our Planet”, the show kicked off the Summit with arresting visuals of the natural world, the effect of human enterprise on the environment, and the ongoing extinction of species. The facades of the General Assembly and Secretariat buildings were illuminated with spectacular imagery and animations, which culminated in a call for global solutions. “There’s no bigger billboard on the planet,” observed Academy Award-winning producer Fisher Stevens. Ban Ki-moon reinforced the need for action by saying, “These exceptional projections… will help draw attention to the need to make climate action a reality in every community and every society. Now is the time to take decisive action.”

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                  • UNGP Reporting Framework and the UN Global Compact

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                    Ursula Wynhoven, General Counsel and Chief, Governance and Social Sustainability, United Nations Global Compact, explains the relationship between the UNGP Reporting Framework and the UN Global Compact.

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                    • ZIO ZIEGLER x UNITED NATIONS x ATHEN B. GALLERY

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                      Downtown Oakland, the Cathedral Building. The biggest public art project the city has ever seen. Made possible by the United Nations for their 70th anniversary. The amazing Zio Ziegler completed this massive work in three days. Curated and facilitated by Oakland's Athen B. Gallery zioziegler.com athenbgallery.com

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