This is a very well-presented article and well worth the read. The conclusions are shocking, to any who are open to the truth.
In an odd twist of events, on January 11, 2018, the New Orleans City Council approved a non-binding resolution to review the city’s investments and contracts to ensure that they are consistent with human rights; and two weeks later the city council unanimously withdrew the resolution. The stated reason was to correct a procedural flaw in its passage.
There’s more to this story than meets the public’s eye. But first, read the resolution, reprinted in full below.
CITY HALL: January 11, 2018
BY: COUNCILMEMBERS CANTRELL, BROSSETT, GRAY, HEAD AND WILLIAMS
WHEREAS, the City of New Orleans (hereinafter the “City”) was declared to be a Welcoming City on October 1, 2015, to create a more inclusive, receptive city environment for all local populations; and
WHEREAS, the City commits itself to protect, respect, and fulfill the full range of inherent human rights for all, as set forth in…
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