NEW YORK, January 7, 2003 ( – The Toronto Star and Canada’s CTV News report today that U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan has sent Maurice Strong to Korea to “assess the humanitarian situation” in the country. Strong, a Canadian, has visited Korea often in the past and is familiar with the region. His visit during the current international tensions causes alarm bells to ring amongst those aware of Strong’s history of international manipulations.  Democracy, national sovereignty and traditional religions are things which Maurice Strong has made clear must be replaced – and soon. For years, he has used his extensive web of high level international connections to advance the demise of these and other elements he believes are causing a too numerous and environmentally irresponsible humanity to endanger the well-being of the planet. Strong therefore supports abortion, homosexuality, contraception of every kind, liberal sexual morality and anything else that will decrease the world’s population.  Strong, along with fellow de-population advocates and self-proclaimed international elite, Mikhail Gorbachev and Stephen Rockefeller, co-produced the Earth Charter to be a New World Ten Commandments. Such nonsense would normally not be taken seriously except for the close connections that Strong has at the U.N. and with many current and past world leaders. He has also been reported to be a good friend of George Bush senior. See “Who is Maurice Strong?”   The question remains – has Kofi Annan given his friend and advisor Maurice Strong much more of a role than assessing the humanitarian situation in Korea?  U.N. spokesman Hua Jiang says, in addition to his humanitarian role, Strong is also “willing to listen to whatever the North Koreans will bring up”.  See Toronto Star report   International man of mystery – Who is Maurice Strong?   Maurice Strong – The new guy in your future   NEW WORLD ‘TEN COMMANDMENTS’ VENERATED IN ‘ARK OF HOPE’


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