With over 12,500 signatories, it’s hardly an exclusive club.
According to the UNGC, the organization asks members to write regular updates, often in the shape of a corporate sustainability or annual report.
The report, which is written in the style of a criminal indictment, goes on to state that Assange used a dating site called Toddandclare.com, which is owned by T&C Network Solutions, to send an “8-year-old juvenile (i) unlawful, indecent images and video media of himself performing lewd sex acts on a mobile camera device, and (ii) unlawful obscenity materials of a child pornographic nature.”A reporter from Buzzfeed actually talked to the Royal Bahama Police Force (RBPF) and found out that no such investigation even exists and the ‘United Nations’ report was entirely fabricated.
We are not a party to the dispute between Toddand and Julian Assange.” In other words, T&C Network Solutions got delisted from the UNGC by attempting to pass off its report about Assange’s alleged child sex crimes as an official United Nations document. A search of the ICANN WHOIS database results in a Registrant, Admin and Tech contact, which are all identical. (Wikileaks tweeted a link to the report 7 days ago.) I’ve deleted the post because the evidence was fabricated.
Which raises the question: What is T&C Network Solutions, how is it involved with Julian Assange, and why would it do such a thing? Oddly enough, the same people who now hate Julian Assange, all loved him when he exposed the crimes of the Republicans.
However, now that he’s making Clinton out to be nothing more than a globalist criminal, they’ve magically changed their minds.
Dean told Buzz Feed News “someone gave us some information” about the case, but that no complainant ever came forward after the initial tip. While the RBPF considers the allegation an open matter, Dean said, he added that “anyone can pick up a phone and tell us something.” But what about that official-seeming UN document?