The White House and the Kremlin are not the only political institutions currently debating whether a Nibiru disclosure would help or hinder humanity’s future. The race to be the next Secretary General of the United Nations remains wide open; with world leaders gathering in New York ahead of the general assembly, the talk of the town is who will be the next person given the weighty task of leading the United Nations into the future. Nine candidates remain—three have “withdrawn” from running for reasons the mainstream media has refused to acknowledge. These three candidates—Vesna Pusic of Croatia, Igor Luksic of Montenegro, and Christiana Figueres of Costa Rica, have acknowledged Nibiru’s existence and have secretly supported a worldwide Nibiru disclosure. Our New York source, a former diplomatic attaché to Ban Ki-moon, paints a sinister picture of the underhanded dealings deep within the bowls of 760 United Nations Plaza. Contrary to official statements that Pusic, Luksic, and Figueres voluntarily recused themselves from consideration, our source provides shocking information proving they were forced from the race.
“This is very disturbing,” our source said. “These people were anxious to run, all seeking the position of Secretary General. They did not simply choose to withdraw—they were threatened and bullied because they publicly acknowledged that our planet is in danger from Nibiru. There may be others still running who share these views—it will be interesting to see who else drops out for reasons unknown.”
Our source said that Vena Pusic was a favored candidate; she could have been the first woman to maxresdefault (1)achieve the position of Secretary General. But “the opposition” dug deep into her past and discovered that in 2012–when Pusic was Minister of European Affairs of Croatia—she mistakenly received a “Top Secret” briefing document detailing Nibiru’s existence and projected impact on our planet. Ever since, she has clandestinely campaigned for full disclosure, using her political resources to support private research and give amnesty to whistle-blowers.
“She is a brave, remarkable woman,” our source said. “Many were amazed she even risked entering the race, and then became a favorite. But she should have known the opposition would uproot her stance on Nibiru, and use it against her.”
Although the United Nations is comprised of 193 member states, only a few nations—The United States, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom—influence policy and procedure, and these nations have waged a thirty-year-long war against any individual or government seeking to warn the world about Nibiru.
“The United Nations is not beyond reproach. It gives the false impression that bodies representing most of the free world decide important matters with worldwide implications. This is simply not true. As always, Washington reigns supreme. Rest assured, influential parties within the White House, if not Obama himself, made sure she dropped out. What other choice did she have, I mean…If someone threatened to shoot your dog, what would you do?”
Luksic and Figueres apparently befell a similar fate. They, too, possessed taboo information about the dark star and its orbiting planets, and had favored disclosure un-buildingover secrecy. Like Pusic, they cited obscure personal reasons for leaving the embattled race. Prior to pulling out, Pucsic made an ominous comment suggesting the victor had already been chosen. “It is all for show now,” Pucsic said. “If Obama wants to be the next Secretary General, nothing will stop him.”
Other outlets have echoed Pusic’s thoughts: even the Washington Post acknowledged that Obama has his eye on the prize at the United Nations.
“If Obama becomes the next Secretary General, he will have much power,” our source said. “And he will undoubtedly continue working to conceal Nibiru from the public.”
On the other side of the world, Russian President Vladimir Putin chimed in, lambasting the United Nations for perpetuating a cover-up with global implications. A spokesperson for President Putin released the following statement: “President Putin opposes all efforts to obfuscate the truth about Nibiru. President Putin has been in favor of disclosure though western powers have always hindered Russian efforts to bring this topic to the public. President Putin continues his efforts to promote disclosure on these Nibiru. President Putin expects Donald J. Trump to hold up his end of the agreement. If he does not, President Putin will do what President Putin will do.”