Will Helen Clark & all the other self serving Neolib ‘Charity’ Foundations Just Shut the F@#K UP.

Former prime minister Helen Clark says the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan shows “a catastrophic failure of intelligence in Western foreign policy” and to say that she is pessimistic about the country’s future would be an understatement. All of which is rich considering that Helen Clark is ambassador for TEAM Emirate’s who are sponsored by firm whose CEO Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) kidnaps his own daughters.

Headlines of yesterday so easily forgotten

The reality is Clark can share some of the blame in the context that Clark as head of the UNDP enabled Saudi Arabia .

Specifically when she thought as head of the UNDP that Saudi Arabia and the UAE could be modernized via Vision 2030 and shit New Zealand might sell some butter and software (don’t forget how WikiLeaks attribute New Zealand’s support of Americas action in Iraq and Afghanistan was fuelled by Clark not wanting to miss out on butter sales when she was New Zealand’s Prime Minster).

In 2013 UNDP Administrator Helen Clark met with Prince Saud Al-Faisal Al Saud, Minister of Foreign Affairs, during her visit to the Kingdom—the first by a UNDP Administrator. They discussed Saudi Arabia’s expanding support to global development efforts, particularly its assistance to humanitarian and post-crisis recovery all over the world and its recent pledge to recovery efforts in Haiti after the recent earthquake….We discussed how UNDP can support the implementation of key elements of the recently adopted ninth National Development Plan for the Kingdom,” Helen Clark said after her meetings with government officials. “The plan outlines a number of critical development goals, including laying the foundations for the knowledge economy of the future, enhancing higher education systems to empower the rapidly growing youth population, and supporting a shift to expanded use of renewable energy and energy efficiency.”

In a separate event, Princess Adela bent Abdullah, hosted an evening for Helen Clark and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, to meet a number of Saudi Arabia’s leading women in the fields of business, health, NGOs, media and education.

Discussions would focus on key developments on social issues and women empowerment, particularly in the areas of women’s education and women’s entrepreneurship. “Saudi Arabia’s development gains over the past forty years have been impressive, particularly in areas such as infrastructure and providing services like health and education to its citizens,” said Helen Clark. “Saudi Arabia’s ongoing contributions toward humanitarian crises, most recently in response to the earthquake in Haiti, help people restore their lives with dignity and resume a path towards recovery. We look forward to expanding our partnership with Saudi Arabia as we jointly tackle global development challenges.


The UAE is a close ally Saudi Arabia UN Agenda 2030 policy which is also called Vision 2030 and publicly states it plans to use smart technology as the means by which Saudi Arabia could being exiting the fossil fuels industry. Like the UAE Vision 2030 its technology hub is partnered with New Zealand and Australia for in relation to technology innovation and the two nations are viewing the Pacific as a manufacturing hub and source of migrant workers. The Pacific is also the front line of the emerging seabed mining industry hub for rare metals essential for the defence industry. However murdered journalist Jamal Kashoggi warned, prior to being chopped up into little bits on the floor of a Saudi embassy, that Vision 2030’s real goal was not to reform the kingdom but to empower it medieval patriarchy and help make Saudi Arabia the leading manufacture of second generation smart weapons backed by arms firms such as Lockheed Martin and nations including New Zealand. To put simply Clark got conned big time and she can be identified as one of the enablers of Taliban biggest sugar daddy and even Saudi Arabia’s growing taste for military and foreign intervention of its own toxic brand of Shia Islam.

And Kashoggi’s fear can be proven easily.

Saudi Arabia Vision 2030 envisioned creating 40,000 new jobs in the defence sector as the new state-owned defense contractor hope to produce half of the Saudi forces’ weapons requirements by the end of the next decade. The Saudi Kingdom in addition plans to start exporting to all parts of the world. In May 2017, US President Donald Trump and King Salman bin Saud agreed on contracts and memorandum of understanding worth $110 billion in arms sales to Saudi Arabia and it strategic partners such as Lockheed Martin. Apparently war has no impact on climate change (which is why it probably not mention once in the IPPC report into climate change). Or more accurately no one in the Bills Gates and US backed corporate media is in a hurry to point out the absurdity of a global sustainability program being used to make weapon of genocide.

Weapons which include NZ arms New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) approved export permits for military equipment that was sent to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), one of Saudi Arabia’s partners in the war in Yemen, in 2018 and 2019

The Helen Clark Foundation’s board is chaired by her husband Peter Davis, a public health specialist. Clark says it will be non partisan organisation aimed at tackling big issues like health and climate change. The foundation’s first paper will be on climate change and green hydrogen, including looking at how New Zealand could export renewable energy. That’s lithium and the other material which are also used in smart weapons, military space technology and fuelling the propose plans to sea bed mine the Pacific and turn the Pacific into a technological sweat shop. The plan is outlined in the UN Food & Agriculture backed strategy known as SAMOA Pathways (PACER) trade deal. In Samoa many of those oppose it due the damage it pose to the environment have being silenced by the promise of big money and the crackdown on anti corporate activism which followed the out break in Samoa of measles, Where those who opposed vaccination or even simply big pharma monopolies were demonised or drowned out by the narrative of the corporate media who in turn are the benefactor big business dollars.

Helen with students at the Emirates Diplomatic Academy, Abu Dhabi, in May 2018 while she promotes UN Agenda 2030

The idea for the Helen Clark Foundation role in promoting New Zealand technology to deal with the ‘big issues’ can be tracked back to November 2015 when Clark attended Reaching the Last Mile, RLM, Forum, at the Louvre in Abu Dhabi.

During the event Clark singled out the role of 5G based technology and big pharma “I want to pay tribute to Shaikh Mohammad for conceptualising and hosting this important event, and for shining a spotlight on the world’s neglected diseases. His commitment in this way to the world’s poorest and most vulnerable communities is inspiring.. Investment in health is crucial to global development, and it is hoped to secure funding, share knowledge widely, forge new relationships in the global health community and ultimately accelerate the pace towards preventable disease elimination. Technology provides new opportunities – for example, through artificial intelligence and remote diagnosis, and we should continue to embrace innovative means of improving public health,” she stressed. She however also denounced the role of social media “The Internet and social media platforms can be powerful tools for good, helping to connect and educate communities ,however, there is a downside to social media; for example, those campaigns spreading fake news detrimental to public health, such as the anti-vaccine propaganda in countries rich and poor,”.

Helen Clark The Last Mile

Last Mile is an event promoted under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The UAE policy focuses publicly on fighting Climate Change and creating sustainability via the UNDP backed Vision 2030.

The Helen Clark Foundations financial patrons include WSP AECOM, a construction a technology firm specialising in global infrastructure firm, who announced in August 2019 that it has begun construction of a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) at Fort Carson, Colorado, using Lockheed Martin’s (NYSE: LMT) GridStar® Lithium energy storage system.

WSP are also involved in the California and Australian high speed rail projects which also involve Lockheed Martin. Twelve years after California voters approved $9.95 billion (the initial bond funding) for a high-speed rail route with 520 miles of rail bed stretching from LA to San Francisco cost have ballooned to 44 billion and climbing . The agency responsible for the project, the California High-Speed Rail Authority, reported it would be finished in 12 years at a cost of $33 billion completion date has being pushed back to 2032.

Fort Carson Colorado was in January the centre of a mystery mass drone report that hit world headlines. Fort Carson is home to the General Atomic Gray Eagle, a massive drone with a 56-foot wingspan that packs four Hellfire air-to-surface missiles and can stay aloft for a full 24-hours. Fort Carson has authorisation for a dozen of the drones and they will soon be ready for war.

The Helen Clark foundation is partnering with the Auckland University of Technology and The Policy Observatory while the Foundation becomes established. AUT is the home of New Zealand’s Auckland Programme for Space Systems APSS whose funding aside from a declaration initial seed funding came from the Vice Chancellor’s Discretionary Fund is a mystery. Much is being said in the corporate media in regards to how AUT mission control is helping combat Climate change little is being said regarding the role of the NZDF in helping AUT secure funding for the centre.

The APSS is led by American Dr. Neil E. Paton. Paton is a retired Vice President of Technology Howmet Corporation, retired Aerospace Materials who sits on the US Defence and NASA National Aerospace Initiative whose goal is to further the US space and military system with a focus on developing hyper-sonic space access. Technology currently escalating the arms race and cold war politics Clark herself marched against when a student in the 1970’s.

AUT current technology donors, with defence connections include, Apple Technology, Bill and Melissa gates Foundation, Colin Giltrap, Boeing, Great Mercury Island Limited {Fay Richwhite a Rocket Lab investor) While AUT representatives, to underscore the defence connection, attended a forum on defence industry opportunities held in Palmerston North on October 2018. This was also attended by ANZ Bank, Airworks Auckland, Datacom, Mainfreight, Callaghan Innovation, UniServices, AUT is closely partnered with Rocket lab whose key public investor is Lockheed Martin the sponsors of Vision 2030.

Oh and how about that Saudi charity money to Haiti Helen gushes about?

Clarke in denouncing the Taliban also forget to mention how corporate entities, sponsors of the UN Agenda 2030 program, like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Clinton Foundation, have subvert the once genuine humanitarian purpose behind organisations like the UN and a free press via chequebook journalism. All to pursue an agenda driven by profit, for the military industrial complex and pharmaceutical companies, as opposed to selling a form of highly needed global sustainability driven by a genuine heart of altruism.

The corporate media has come to fear citizen journalism, empowered by online technology, so it must die a thousand deaths and its first death will be assassination of character. As on line sharing of information by common people is painted as the tool of the right wing haters. A replication of the propaganda used to paint conscientious objectors and pacifist as traitors and cowards in the wars begun by industrialist. The theme may have changed but the message remains the same ‘if your not with us you must be against us’.

Since 2001, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates gave as much as $40 million to the Clinton Foundation. In contrast, six similar non-governmental global charities collected no money from those same four Middle Eastern countries; the International Committee of the Red Cross was given $6.82 million. Since 2001, these global foundations have raised a staggering $40 billion to $50 billion to fund their humanitarian work. The biggest critics of the Clinton say the Haitian people did not get a dime. The Clinton allies admit it was a bit of a disaster with Clinton themselves admitting the up to 10% (after the Foundations own considerable expenses) did not go where it was meant to.

While WikiLeaks show that much of the money used by the Bush Clinton administration was used to fuel the Clinton own take on US Foreign policy. In November 2016, Reuters reported that “The Clinton Foundation has confirmed it accepted a $1 million gift from Qatar while Hillary Clinton was U.S. Secretary of State without informing the State Department, even though she had promised to let the agency review new or significantly increased support from foreign governments.” Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin opined that the Qatari gift “raised ethical questions” because of the nation’s support for Hamas.

And ironically Hillary Clinton agreed stating in 2010 Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest source of funds for Islamist militant groups such as the Afghan Taliban and Lashkar-e-Taiba – but the Saudi government is reluctant to stem the flow of money, according to Hillary Clinton. Three other Arab countries are listed as sources of militant money: Qatar, Kuwait and the UAE the sponsor of TEAM Emirates.

New Zealand and Australia also donated more than 400 million to USAID, CARE Australia and the Clinton Foundation organisation who all have dubious histories. Some of which go all the way back to the BCCI scandal of the 1980’s where the Saudi funded the Taliban matching each dollar the US raised dollar for dollar. As late as 2001 Saudi Arabia US aid to the Taliban was cited as exceeding 4 billion to the Taliban

The Helen Clark Foundation were the authors of the “Christchurch Principles” – a set of 10 broad recommendations for what Governments and social media companies should take into account when coming up with regulations and policies. The organisation pitched its idea at the second annual Paris Peace Forum, as the only Australasian project selected to compete for funding at the event funded by the UAE, Bill Gates, The Ford Foundation, Mohammed Bin Zayed, Quatar, Open Society (George Soros), and a variety of bodies who ultimate turn out to be financed by bodies with fiscal interest in creating censorship of those opposed to corporate draconianism. Note no where in these bodies focused on opposing hate crime, stamping out fake news, is their a proposal to counter hate and disinformation with a campaign of educating people on how to discern and authenticate.

No where do these ‘principals’ discuss how that technology is also being used to kill democracy and those who stand up against tyranny. As the death of Kashoggi shows. It now recognised Kashoggi was tracked by Pegasus software the kind of technology the kingdom wants to develop for its self.

The goal is simply to censor and fund the same corporate bodies which brought and sold the public the lies which ignited the first and second gulf war that led to the misadventure in Iraq and Afghanistan.

No where do the generous patrons ask those involved to address the socio-economic source of such hate as like 911 the theme is all stick and no carrot. The instructions are ‘your with us or against and those who question authority’ or other wise the agenda will be blacked out. Clark would do well to recall how that tone worked with the Taliban in the dark days following 911 where under the pretext of global emergency civil liberties where kicked to the curb and wealth and power was centralised to the detriment of democracy itself,

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