Angelina Jolie to Expand Her Role at UN Refugee Agency, Helps Pave the Way for Globalists to March into Africa

Posted on Oct 04, 2011 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Global & National News

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Telegraph

The actress, who has been a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, looks set to become more involved in working with the organization.

Angelina Jolie spoke at the annual meeting of UNHCR’s governing executive committee in Geneva where she highlighted the desperate humanitarian situation in the Horn of Africa.

Hayden’s Note:

The CFR and United Nations’ puppets are hard at work creating a need for more boots on the ground in Africa.  This is merely an effort to bring a softer image to the thinly veiled crusade to conquer Northern Africa. Libya, Syria, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Iran…the machine keeps rolling. 

“Today three quarters of a million people are at risk of death in the next four months in the horn of Africa. This astonishing number of ‘at risk’ lives is the reason this is termed, ‘a humanitarian crisis of a generation’. The work we are doing needs to scale up to meet the needs of these individuals. How we continue to respond to this period of malnutrition and famine is going to define the work of NGO’s, governments and international organisations working in the Horn of Africa. It will quite starkly determine whether a huge number of people live or die,” the actress said.

After the meeting she declined to be specific to reporters about her new role: “We are looking at a few countries in the world. We’re hoping to discuss it in the next few weeks but we want to research it properly and do it well.”

UNHCR issued a statement saying that her new role had not been finalised but UNHCR sources have said that it could involve working with the governments of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran on the Afghan refugee issue.

Pakistan and Iran together host 2.7 million Afghan refugees who have fled their homeland, according to the agency.

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