#5627080 at 2019-03-11 21:31:29 (UTC+1) Q Research General #7196: [-8] ‚ÄĒ Justitia Was a Smart & Beautiful Woman Edition
4chan theory Ethiopia flight staged:
Do you see these people, they claim to be sad about the loss of their fellow members.
Stop moping around anons, stop reminiscing about our once gret U.S.A and jump into a conspiracy theory.
It seems possible that Ethiopia Flight 302 was staged. Heres what I found.
The flight took place on a Boeing 787 Max 8, a new aircraft that is being mass produced.
One crash precedes this one Lion 610 from indonesia. Both causes of the crashes remain unknown.
Passengers who previously flew the L610 plane complained of a very unstable flight. The plane was cleared after a short inspection.
ET302 was also a 737 Max 8. It just so happened to be filled with U.N. delegates heading to the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).
The agenda for the UNEP meeting is not available online, all I could find was that they were "deeply saddened" (cleary no one cares at UNEP).
UNEP has had complaints of nepotism, corruption and careless spending.
Because of the charges, 3 member countries backed out last year; Denmark, Netherlands and Sweden.
(3 swedes died in the crash).
Lion 610 goes down one month after the funding withdrawl.
The funding withdrawl was criticized by Norway. Norwegian minister ErikSolheim was a leading member of UNEP.
Solheim was ousted last year for corruption. He was also a leader of the Socialist Left Party in Norway.
I believe that UNEP doesnt give one one-thousandth of a crap about the environment, it seems like some do-gooder marxist bullshit council made to benefit high ranking members of the U.N. and their global agenda.
Can anyone find anymore information to link the crash to UNEP, this maybe a chance to do some good here.
Also, there is an israeli connection. (2 israelis on board) maybe they work in pairs.
Boeing is becoming a major fall guy in this as well.
#4005379 at 2018-11-23 19:07:17 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5096: Chief Justice Roberts in the Spotlight Edition
Another Al Gore, seems their all alike, just hypocrites
UNEP Chief Booted Over Excessively High Carbon Footprint
Of course, there is more to the story but basically the UN turned on its top environmental executive for globe-trotting and logging too many plane flights. The internal report said that his penchant for travel was "contrary to the ethos of carbon emission reduction". ? TN Editor
The UN's environment chief, ErikSolheim, has resigned following severe criticism of his global travels and internal rule-breaking which led some nations to withhold their funding.
The Guardian understands Solheim was asked to resign by the UN secretary general, Antůnio Guterres. Sources at the UN Environment Programme (Unep) said that countries unhappy with Solheim's conduct were holding back tens of millions of dollars, threatening a financial crisis at the body.
A draft internal UN audit leaked to the Guardian in September found Solheim had spent almost $500,000 (£390,000) on air travel and hotels in just 22 months, and was away 80% of the time. The audit said this was a "reputation risk" for an organisation dedicated to fighting climate change.
A UN staff union leader called some of the revelations "mind-blowing" and a prominent climate scientist accused Solheim of "obscene CO2 hypocrisy".
#3980458 at 2018-11-21 05:51:52 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5064: People Are Nervous Edition
UN Environment Chief Quits After Racking Up A Massive Air Travel Tab
The head of the United Nations Environment is resigning from his position after swirling controversy over his air travel, which reportedly racked up hundreds of thousands of dollars and stained the legacy of the international agency, an audit found.
"As I have maintained throughout this process - I have been and remain - committed to doing what I believe to be in the best interest of UN Environment and the mission we are here to achieve," said U.N. Environment chief ErikSolheim in a Tuesday statement. "For this reason, after deep reflection and in close consultation with the Secretary-General, I am stepping down as Executive Director of UN Environment."
Solheim's resignation comes after an audit from the U.N.'s Office of Internal Oversight Services, which uncovered ballooning travel expenses and a lack of proper documentation of travel logs.
Solheim, who became the U.N. Environment executive director in 2016, reportedly racked up a total of $488,518 over the course of two years, traveling for 529 out of 668 days. Despite leading an agency with the sole mission of improving the climate and reducing the world's greenhouse gas emissions, Solheim did not appear to mind embarking on international flights - even for the shortest of occasions.
The audit noted one instance in which Solheim took "an eight-hour trip from Washington DC for a weekend in Paris, before taking another flight to New York [C]ity."
The U.N. Environment did not follow protocol when it came to oversight and documentation of employee travel. When auditors asked for reports of the 596 trips taken by staff, the agency was not able to provide 210 mission reports and about 200 other reports were completed only after the request was made. Solheim's flights were approved by an individual who reported directly to him - a violation of United Nations rules. (RELATED: OPINION: The UN Was Designed To Fail - And It Does)
Auditors concluded that Solheim's behavior was "contrary to the ethos of carbon emission reduction."
"I will remain a committed friend of UN Environment and to all the wonderful individuals and dedicated professionals with whom I have had the privilege to serve," the outgoing U.N. Environment chief concluded in his statement.
Solheim - who served as a former environment minister in Norway before joining the U.N. - indicated that he reimbursed money where "instances of oversight" took place. His resignation will be effective Nov. 22.
#3974570 at 2018-11-20 21:37:01 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5056: Carrot or the Nuke Edition
UN Environment chief, ErikSolheim, resigns:
#2773023 at 2018-08-29 01:04:36 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3503: Sshhina Edition
Norway gave 20 millions dollar every year. just to curruptions AP Jens Stoltenberg Johan Gard StÝre TorbjÝrn jagland ErikSolheim BÝrge Brende. see what jobs they have and money. own.
#2772309 at 2018-08-29 00:30:08 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3502: You have moar than you know Edition
Hope the Norwegians Go down on the CF payment Jens Stoltenberg Nato BÝrge Brende TorbjÝr Jagland Clemet ErikSolheim Erna Solberg Siv Jensen ect.. help Sweden they are soon all gone sheeps all soon
#2755421 at 2018-08-27 19:32:18 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3480: Market BOOM Edition
U.N. environment chief visits N. Korea to discuss cooperation
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SEOUL, Aug. 24 (Yonhap) – ErikSolheim, executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme, has visited North Korea to discuss closer cooperation in the environment field, according to Pyongyang's media.
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) carried a report on Thursday about Solheim's meeting with Minister of Land and Environment Protection Kim Kyong-jun at the People's Culture Palace in Pyongyang, as well as his visit to a tree nursery.
"ErikSolheim and his party visited the Central Tree Nursery under the Ministry of Land and Environment Protection on Thursday," the KCNA report said.
"Being briefed on the fact that the tree nursery was built as a modern sapling production base, the visitors went round the room dedicated to the history of the nursery, hard glass greenhouse and scientific research room," the report said, adding they also toured the e-library of Kim Il Sung University.
The KCNA didn't provide further details on the U.N. environment chief's visit, but Solheim tweeted that he was visiting North Korea for the first time to discuss environment cooperation.
He disclosed that the North has decided to participate in the U.N. Environment Programme's Clean Seas campaign designed to reduce ocean plastic pollution. Solheim also quoted Minister Kim as requesting the U.N. to support the North's efforts to reduce ocean pollution and protect sea ecological environments.
Kim's alleged remark indicates that Pyongyang is interested in the prevention of ocean pollution in addition to the forest recovery that has been frequently emphasized by the North's leader Kim Jong-un. Solheim arrived in Pyongyang on Wednesday.
#2755375 at 2018-08-27 19:27:54 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3480: Market BOOM Edition
Why was head of the UN environmental program ErikSolheim
in NK last weekend.
Was this why Trump cancelled Pompeo's visit?
#167686 at 2018-01-26 18:18:21 (UTC+1) Q Research General #203: Pray For Sophia Edition
ONCE and 4 all: Here is list and names of all people who attended and gave a speech or received an award. SOROS is NOWHERE mentioned or on any list!!!!!!
The World Economic Forum's (WEF) 48th annual meeting is coming to Davos, Switzerland next week. Here are the Davos attendees 2018.
The WEF's organisers are expecting a record number of leaders from G7 economies to attend, along with many other heads of state, leaders of government and international organisations, and business, civil society, academia, the arts and media, with some 400 sessions planned.
US president Donald Trump caused a stir when his administration revealed earlier this month he would be attending - while German chancellor Angela Merkel might also be there, potentially setting up a showdown between Trump and the world's globalist political establishment.
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This year's opening address will be delivered by India's prime minister Narendra Modi, with Trump expected to deliver a keynote address before the close of the meeting.
Over 21 percent of participants at this year's meeting will be women, a higher proportion than at any previous meeting and the event will be chaired by seven women - the first all-female panel in its history.
The WEF 2018's all female co-chairs are: Sharan Burrow, general secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation; Fabiola Gianotti, European Organization for Nuclear Research's (CERN) general director; Isabelle Kocher, chief executive at Engie; Christine Lagarde, the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) general director, Ginni Rometty IBM chief executive, Chetna Sinha, founder of the Mann Deshi Foundation, and Erna Solberg, prime minister of Norway.
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Other leaders from the G20 include Liu He, general director of CPC Central Committee of the People's Republic of China; Mauricio Macri, president of Argentina, Cyril Ramaphosa, deputy president of South Africa; Michel Temer, president of Brazil, and Alain Berset, president of the Swiss Confederation.
The recipients of the World Economic Forum's 24th Annual Crystal Awards are the actress Cate Blanchett, singer Elton John, and actor Shah Rukh Khan. The awards - presented on the evening of 22 January - celebrate artists who have "shown commitment to improving the state of the world".
The theme for this year's Davos meeting is Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.
Here's the full Davos attendees 2018 list:
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
His Majesty King Abdullah II ibn Al Hussein
David Abney Enrique Acevedo Paul Achleitner
Akinwumi Ayodeji Adesina Stephen J. Adler
H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco Ilham Aliyev ike Allen Sarah Al Amiri Platon Antoniou Frank Appel Mercedes ArŠoz Johan C. Aurik David Autor Roberto AzevÍdo Mayssoun Azzam Zeinab Badawi Pascale Baeriswyl Alice Bah Kuhnke Gary Barker Martin Baron Maria Bartiromo Inga Beale Carol BeckerAnna Belkina
Marc R. Benioff Alain Berset Afsaneh ashayekhi Beschloss Shereen Bhan Fatih Birol Cate Blanchett Henry Blodget Rebecca Blumenstein
Michael C. Bodson Rachel Botsman Albert Bourla Privahini Bradoo BÝrge Brende Jesper Brodin Bruce Broussard Patrick Brown Nancy Brown Tania Bryer Erik Brynjolfsson Thomas Buberl Dan Buettner Hessa Bint Eisa Buhumaid
Paul Bulcke Elisabeth Bumiller Sally Bundock
Sinťad Burke Michael S. Burke Ursula Burns
Sharan Burrow Stewart Butterfield Winnie Byanyima Oliver Cann Mauricio Cardenas
Mark Carney Stephen Carroll Ashton B. Carter
Juan Carlos Castilla-Rubio Chan Chun Sing
Vikram Chandra Natarajan Chandrasekaran
Jean-Yves Charlier Chen Man John Chipman
BenoÓt Coeurť et etc…S's : Saleh Al Sada
Ignacio SŠnchez GalŠn
Juan Manuel Santos
Stephen A. Schwarzman
Jennifer Zhu Scott
Robert J. Shiller
David J. Skorton
James C. Smith
Bradford L. Smith
Robert F. Smith
William Smith Stubbs
Jim Hagemann Snabe
Erna Solberg ErikSolheim
Andrew R. Sorkin
Sir Martin Sorrell
Lynn St Amour
Joseph E. Stiglitz
Tarek Sultan Al Essa
William Lacy Swing