Reintegration Coming to A Town Near You


Before I begin today, I want to make it perfectly clear I DO NOT in any way promote or agree with some of what I’m about to read. However, for you to understand what is taking place right here in our country, the “What We Do” section found on the Peacekeeping UN dot org page is important for you to understand.

Once I complete the reading, I have another bit of extremely disturbing information. Keep in mind while I’m reading this that Governor Ralph Northam was intending to enlist the National Guard to confiscate guns from the Virginia citizens. Since that report,

I’m happy to announce the National Guard along with most Sherriff’s departments have agreed to protest those orders. Here is the reading found at Peacekeeping UN dot org:

United Nations peace operations are the leading international partner of national institutions implementing disarmament, demobilization and reintegration initiatives, designing context-specific programs for members of armed groups.

Through a process of removing weapons from the hands of members of armed groups, taking these combatants out of their groups and helping them to reintegrate as civilians into society, disarmament, demobilization and reintegration seeks to support ex-combatants and those associated with armed groups, so that they can become active participants in the peace process.

Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration lays the groundwork for safeguarding and sustaining the communities to which these individuals return, while building capacity for long-term peace, security and development.

In situations where it is too early or not possible to carry out disarmament, demobilization and reintegration work the UN supports Community Violence Reduction programs that lead to the right conditions for political processes to progress and armed groups to disband. [1]

Let me take a break from this reading for a brief moment to explain why we do not accept THEIR political processes to progress and expect our armed citizens to disband:

The text of the Second Amendment reads in full: “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” The framers of the Bill of Rights adapted the wording of the amendment from nearly identical clauses in some of the original 13 state constitutions.

During the Revolutionary War era, “militia” referred to groups of men who banded together to protect their communities, towns, colonies and eventually states, once the United States declared its independence from Great Britain in 1776.

Many people in America at the time believed governments used soldiers to oppress the people, and thought the federal government should only be allowed to raise armies (with full-time, paid soldiers) when facing foreign adversaries. For all other purposes, they believed, it should turn to part-time militias, or ordinary civilians using their own weapons. [2]

The Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Section also supports operations in UN Special Political Missions in Colombia, Libya, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen, the UN Office to the African Union, the Office of the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General in Burundi, and the Office of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for the Great Lakes, as well as in non-mission settings such as Nigeria and the Republic of the Congo.

(Do any of these places seem like vacation resorts to you?)

The UN is engaging more and more often with armed groups in complex mission environments. Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration and community violence reduction officers have become the first UN staff deployed on the ground with the mandate and expertise to engage directly with combatants.

(Hmmm, what does that direct engagement sound like to you?)

They are therefore called upon to provide advice on how to engage with armed groups and ultimately contribute to the signing of an agreement.

Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration support to mediation processes (support, I bet) comprises three types of activities that can be undertaken before, during and after the mediation process:

Mediation support: deployment of experts, drafting provision of agreements, and negotiation advice

Analysis: mapping of armed groups and identification of entry points for programmatic engagement

Capacity building: strengthening the parties’ ability to work constructively towards an agreement (Whose agreement?)

The Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Section has deployed mediation support to Darfur, Central African Republic, Colombia, Mali and Yemen. (Does Governor Northam view his citizens like persons from those areas?)

In the last decade, we have seen a shift to UN interventions taking place earlier in the peace process, with operations deployed during intense conflict. Armed groups, which are unlikely to have signed a peace agreement, are often involved in shadow economies and transnational criminal networks.

(I ask again. Does Governor Northam view his citizens like these types of people?)

In response, the UN has adapted from traditional, sequenced and individual-focused disarmament, demobilization and reintegration to a more community-focused approach, known as “Second Generation DDR”. At the forefront of this is what we call Community Violence Reduction.

(Notice the very politically correct way of describing this mission.)

The UN is engaging more and more often with armed groups in complex mission environments. Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration and community violence reduction officers have become the first UN staff deployed on the ground with the mandate and expertise to engage directly with combatants.

(...and how might they engage directly with combatants?)

They are therefore called upon to provide advice on how to engage with armed groups and ultimately contribute to the signing of an agreement. (Ultimately contribute to the signing of an agreement. Ask yourself, “What components bring about the ultimate signing of an agreement?”

So, this is a tweet found today on Twitter by Henry Makow. Here we see jobs offerings hiring in New York via Linkedin, Glassdoor, and Jooble for Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration Officers near Virginia Beach, VA. Folk, it’s about to get ugly. This Virginia Governor Northam intends to disarm his Virginia citizens by whatever means he can find. [1]

Sources;

https://peacekeeping.un.org/en/disarmament-demobilization-and-reintegration

https://www.history.com/topics/united-states-constitution/2nd-amendment

Video Sources:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TE2YrlyAmUA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zettpSyKik

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