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The United Nations (“UN”) is developing a Code of Conduct for information integrity on digital platforms in preparation for the Summit of the Future in 2024. And, since February, Secretary-General António Guterres has been pushing this particular agenda at every given opportunity.

Is António Guterres, who through his Portuguese political allies is implicated in the Casa Pia Scandal, even fit to suggest a “code of conduct” that would be imposed on the world?

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Guterres first mentioned the “UN Code of Conduct” in February when he said to the UN General Assembly:

“As part of my report on Our Common Agenda, we are convening all stakeholders around a code of conduct for information integrity on digital platforms.  We will also further strengthen our focus on how mis- and disinformation are impacting progress on global issues – including the climate crisis.”

UN Sec. General António Guterres Addresses U.N. General Assembly, 6 February 2023 (41 mins)

In June, the UN published its ‘Policy Brief 8 Information Integrity on Digital Platforms’ and tweeted an appalling piece of propaganda to publicise it:

To get more of a feel for the UN’s appalling use of propaganda, using headings such as “deceitful, dangerous and deadly,” you can read an article published by the UN in June to promote its “information integrity” agenda HERE.  

The introduction of the policy brief states:

[Digital platforms] have enabled the rapid spread of lies and hate, causing real harm on a global scale … The danger cannot be overstated. Social media enabled hate speech and disinformation can lead to violence and death. The ability to disseminate large-scale disinformation to undermine scientifically established facts poses an existential risk to humanity and endangers democratic institutions and fundamental human rights.

Our Common Agenda Policy Brief 8 Information Integrity on Digital Platforms, United Nations, June 2023, pg. 3

We wouldn’t disagree that digital platforms have enabled the spread of lies or hate speech, or that large-scale disinformation to undermine scientifically established facts can pose an existential risk to humanity.  It’s who determines what are lies, hate speech and disinformation that is the issue.

For example, there is overwhelming evidence of the dangers of mRNA injections such as the so-called covid vaccines. Disinformation that the injections are “safe and effective” has been widely disseminated and has caused real harm on a global scale.  The false “safe and effective” narrative has not only endangered lives but has also endangered livelihoods, freedoms and human rights.  Those who have made efforts to expose this and other falsehoods of the propaganda machine have been subjected to censorship, lies and hate speech, not only on digital platforms and in corporate media but also in real life.

Conversely, the UN defines hate speech and disinformation not in terms of truth and facts but as information which is a threat to their Agenda 2030 goals:

Across the world, the United Nations is monitoring how mis- and disinformation and hate speech can threaten progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. It has become clear that business as usual is not an option.

Our Common Agenda Policy Brief 8 Information Integrity on Digital Platforms, United Nations, June 2023, pg. 3

Below is some of the deliberately inflammatory language and imagery the UN has used in its ‘Information Integrity on Digital Platforms’ policy brief.  The UN is inverting reality. These images are, in fact, applicable to the lies and propaganda over the last few years that have been used to commit and then cover up crimes against humanity, as well as remove our rights and freedoms.  Lies and propaganda that have been disseminated by corporate media, governments and non-government organisations such as the World Health Organisation, UN and World Economic Forum.

UN Secretary-General António Guterres, who deems himself worthy of deciding what constitutes disinformation and lies, is no stranger to controversy and cover ups himself.  To understand the enormity of the scandal Guterres has been implicated in, we first need to refresh our memory as to his background.

UN Secretary-General’s Background

António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres is an engineer, politician and Portuguese diplomat who, since 2017, has served as the ninth UN Secretary-General.

Guterres was Prime Minister of Portugal between 1995 and 2002 and Secretary General of the Socialist Party between 1992 and 2002.

Guterres joined the Portuguese Socialist Party in 1973.  The following year, just after the Carnation Revolution, he was appointed chief of staff for State Secretary for Industry and Energy José Torres Campos.

In 1976, when the Socialist Party under the leadership of Mário Soares won the legislative elections, Guterres began to serve as chairman of the parliamentary committees of Economy and Finance (1977-1979) and of Territory Administration, Local Government and Environment (1985-1988). He also chaired the Demography, Migration and Refugee Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (1981-1983).

In 1992, he was elected secretary general of the Socialist Party, taking over the party leadership from Jorge Sampaio, and was Prime Minister of Portugal from 1995 to 2002.  During this time, Guterres was also president of the Socialist International Organisation (1995-2000).

Following the significant defeat of the Socialist Party in the December 2001 municipal elections, Guterres decided to resign and Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues took over the leadership of the Party.

In 2002, Guterres took on the role of consultant to the Board of Directors of General Deposit Box, the largest financial institution and bank in Portugal which is owned by the government.

Three years later, in 2005, he was appointed to the position of UN High Commissioner for Refugees. He remained in that position until 2015.  A year after leaving the post of UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Guterres was chosen by the United Nations Security Council, in an informal and closed-door vote, as the ideal candidate for UN Secretary-General.

In 1990 and 2005, Guterres attended the Bilderberg meetings held in New York and Germany respectively.  Since 2007, he has attended at least nine of the World Economic Forum’s annual meetings in Davos, Switzerland.

Guterres’ Deputy Named in the Casa Pia Scandal

The ‘Casa Pia process’ or Casa Pia Scandal is a scandal involving the abuse of a number of children at the Casa Pia de Lisboa, an institution that champions the rights and protection of children and young people.

Casa Pia de Lisboa is an orphanage managed by the Portuguese State for the education and support of poor children and orphans.  The Scandal involved the abuse of several children at Casa Pia organised by people involved with the running and management of the institution.

It was billed as Portugal’s trial of the century and one that horrified the nation. Several names of prominent personalities have been cited among the adults involved in this vast network of child sex offenders. A few were prosecuted, while others were too powerful, benefiting from a rigorous application of statute of limitations. The personalities involved were all known for their left-wing opinions, including several from the Socialist Party of Mário Soares.

The case was made public on 23 September 2002 – the same year Guterres resigned as Socialist Party leader – when a former student of Casa Pia, in an interview with journalist Felícia Cabrita, claimed to have suffered from sexual abuse, as a young man.

Although some reports of abuse date back to before the Carnation Revolution in April 1974, it was not until 1981 that the Judicial Police accused a Casa Pia employee of raping dozens of children over a period of 30 years, and to provide children to several men of Portuguese and foreign nationality, including some prominent personalities from Portugal.

The majority of people responsible for these abuses were public figures and a former employee of the Casa Pia, Carlos Silvino, better known as Bibi.  According to the prosecution, he chose his victims “among especially vulnerable children, lacking affection and without male parental references.” Former students spoke of other paedophile orgies which allegedly took place in a quiet villa in Alentejo where Bibi took them and where sixty people participated.

It was later revealed that Portuguese President Jorge Sampaio’s predecessor, General António Ramalho Eanes, was aware of accusations of a prostitution ring 20 years earlier, but complaints to police at the time seem to have given no follow-up or to have disappeared. Wikispooks notes that the authorities had known the following for a long time:

  • In 1975, already denounced by teachers at Casa Pia for “paedophile practices,” Bibi was questioned by the police before being released;
  • In 1982, the Secretary of State for the Family, Teresa Costa Macedo, raised the alarm, providing in a report evidence of acts of child abuse within Casa Pia, but her report was closed without follow-up. Today she accuses António Ramalho Eanes (President of the Republic between 1976 and 1986) of having turned a blind eye. The judicial police recently recognised that these documents were destroyed in 1993;
  • In 1989, the same Bibi was expelled from Casa Pia for “paedophile practices,” but was reinstated two years later by a court decision.
  • In any case, many prominent personalities never need worry, because, as the statute of limitations dictates, the judges only focus on acts committed since 1995.

Judicial Police estimates that more than 100 children, of the 4,600 students enrolled at Casa Pia at that time, may have been sexually abused.

On 29 December 2003, Attorney General José Souto Moura, formally accused several personalities of sexually abusing minors:

  • Carlos Silvino, employee of Casa Pia and former student of the institution.
  • Herman José and Carlos Cruz, two Portuguese television stars.
  • Underwater archaeologist Francisco Alves and former doctor at Casa Pia, Ferreira Diniz (Francisco Alves was only tried separately for illegal possession of a weapon).
  • The former Minister of Social Security of António Guterres’ government and at the time deputy of the Socialist Party, Paulo Pedroso.
  • Ambassador to UNESCO Jorge Ritto.

In 2004, the Guardian reported on the Scandal but focused on Socialist Party deputy Paulo Pedroso and made no mention of Guterres who by that time was a consultant at Portugal’s state-run bank. Pedroso, was one of those arrested, though he was later freed without charges after spending four and a half months on remand.

The Independent noted that “Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues, the [socialist] party leader, who is not accused of involvement, testified in court [in June 2003], and Antonio Guterres, who is also not under suspicion, visited [Pedroso] in jail to show support.”

According to German media outlet Recentr, like other influential Portuguese, Guterres was a suspect in the Cas Pia Scandal. Around 1,000 witnesses and experts were heard in the almost six years of the trial. The former Prime Minister António Guterres, the former Minister of Labour Paulo Pedroso, and the former Portuguese Ambassador to UNESCO Jorge Ritto were among the accused.

In May 2003 – seven months after the Casa Pia Scandal was first made public and seven months before formal accusations were made – then Prime Minister José Manuel Barroso, together with former Prime Minister Francisco Balsemao and Socialist Party leader Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues, attended the Bilderberg meeting in Versaille, France.

Francisco Balsemao is no stranger to the Bilderberg Group.  He is a member of the Group’s Steering Committee and has participated in more than 30 Bilderberg Conferences since 1981.

On 3 September 2010, six men and one woman were found guilty of crimes including sexually abusing minors and adolescents, raping children and running a paedophile ring at the Casa Pia state-run children’s home in Lisbon during the 1990s. Ritto was one of them and was given six years, eight months in jail.

Pedroso, who had been accused by several witnesses but was ultimately not convicted, demanded EUR 600,000 compensation from the state for the damage to his political career. Bilderberger Barroso was nominated and confirmed for the post of EU Commission President in 2004, a post he held for 10 years. Pedroso’s close personal friend Bilderberger Rodrigues who was also burdened by witnesses, according to the newspaper Expresso, later became an envoy to the OECD, a post he held from 2005 to 2011. And … Bilderberger Guterres went on to become UN Secretary-General.

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2 months ago

It is impossible for almost any politician to use the word integrity. As soon as the word slips off their tongue, you KNOW you are listening to a what? A Dishonest human, someone with a total lack of integrity?

Brin Jenkins
Brin Jenkins
2 months ago

Disinformation is not when you disagree but only when its wrong.

Chris C
Chris C
2 months ago

The arrogance of these evil globalist psychopaths (e.g. Guterres) is almost tangible.

As Neil Oliver pointed out in his regular 6pm monologue on GB News yesterday, We the People are sovereign beings, and the Magna Carta or Law of the Land precedes and supercedes corporate/maritime law, especially any “laws” created by self-appointed unaccountable globalist demons.
The same goes for the American constitution which Biden’s communo-fascists are trying to override.

I cannot repeat it enough, but we awakened souls must wake the sheep up to the simple fact that we must stop registering to vote in their corrupt electoral system, even if we get “fined”.
Simply reistering to vote in their system ultimately gives the globalists our blessing via local councils (5G etc.) or MP’s (IHR etc.).

We the People have allowed ourselves to be pushed into a hole, and only by the hard work of creating our own food supplies, credit unions, security, decent schooling etc. will we dig ourselves out of this ongoing dystopian nightmare.

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2 months ago

The Common Purpose again with all singing from the same hymn sheet.

The truth is thus steamrollered promoting NET Zero.

It’s a technical issue,

Unless the infra red photon is resonant (In harmony) with CO2 no energy can be transferred.

This is complicated by phase relationships, this it how sound cancelling headphones kill noise 180 degrees out of phase is zero sound.

Some of the infrared photons will be less effective being out of phase. So the effect is even less.

This could be demonstrated by Lissajous figures on an oscilloscope setting up the X and Y inputs to show Lissajous figures at the correct frequencies. This is a simple analogue demonstration of complicated mathematics making it easier to understand
Unless the photon is of the correct wave length there is no exchange of energy. Even then should the phase be incorrect the effect is lessened and there is a more limited reaction.
with identical amplitude and frequency but a varying phase relation, ellipses are formed with varying angular positions, except that a phase difference of 90° (or 270°) produces a circle around the origin. If the curves are out of phase and differing in frequency, intricate meshing figures are formed.
 I would use this method to instruct students in the subject of resonance and phase relationships to give an analogue picture that should be videoed, and  many would grasp what is an involved process in a flash.

This destroys all credibility of any need for Net Zero.

Chris C
Chris C
Reply to  brinsleyjenkins
2 months ago

Thank you Brinsley for introducing some real science.

Courts of Law (if there are any truth-respecting legal eagles out there) should be judging on these facts about CO2, to prosecute the liars of the WEF and WHO etc., and the same goes for the truth that viruses have never been isolated in nature (Dr Tom Cowan is one of the best at explaining this).

The Mainstream Media are the biggest obstacle because they are hell bent on destroying humanity for short term gain, which will affect the offspring of the sub-editors.
Maybe the cult owned editors and censors have paid for underground bunkers for when it all kicks off.

We are living in an Alice in Wonderland looking-glass world where our “leaders” invert the truth about everything.

2 months ago

The globalist criminals are merely trying to crush all information that counters and resists their evil agenda. Including the truth.

2 months ago

Dear Rhoda, you know how much I appreciate you and I always agree with you and only praise you, but this time I categorically disagree. If what you imply were true, then, the only fighters against the cabal in the world would say it. Nothing like that, they say the opposite. And, as you know, I trust them unconditionally.

Internet Governance Forum 2022


Our understanding ofsafety and security should be widened to include the persistent challenge of online misinformation and disinformation. In recent years, both have been factors in aggravating the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and have posed significant risks to electoral processes around the world. This has made clear the need for accountability criteria for misleading content. …”



Russian Internet Governance Forum to be held on September 28-29 online. Speakers and participants of RIGF 2022 will discuss the development of the Global Digital Compact proposed by UN Secretary-General António Guterres, regulation of the Internet and its ecosystems, the role of digital platforms in ensuring the right to access information, as well as censorship by these platforms, new technologies in EdTech and other topical issues.


28 September


Section 1. Global Digital Compact: a chance for fair play?

The question of the need to revise the classical approaches to global cooperation in the field of ICT and creation new international norms and “rules of the game” arises in the context of the rapid development of digital technologies and the emergence of new social and technological trends. That is why one of the most relevant initiatives on the agenda is the development of the Global Digital Compact, a document proposed personally by UN Secretary-General António Guterres in 2021 in his report “Our Common Agenda”. Will this document be the first step towards a future where technologies used for good create the conditions for a more just and equitable digital world order?

Section 3. Russian and world experience in the field of combating destructive content. The role and responsibility of digital platforms

When digital platforms work with content, risks arise for all entities involved in the relevant legal relationship, especially for users and the platforms themselves. On the one hand, platforms today as digital public spaces play an important role in ensuring freedom of speech. On the other hand, they have the power of censorship (their algorithms regulate access to information, and their filters can automatically remove content that is considered confidential, but not necessarily illegal), which causes public discontent and opposition from states.

In this context, the attention of interested players around the world is riveted to the problem of destructive content. The importance of striking a balance between ensuring equal access to information on the Internet for everyone and the need to counter the spread of destructive content is beyond doubt. But what form of regulation will be optimal for each individual country or region? Will it be up to the platforms themselves, or up to national governments, or will common global approaches be adopted? What approaches are there in the world to the definition and categorization of destructivity

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2 months ago



The work of the 12th Russian Internet Governance Forum began.


Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Chernyshenko welcomed the participants of RIGF 2022 and wished them fruitful work. He noted that RIGF is one of the largest events in Eastern Europe for the development of the global network, as well as an important annual event for the entire Internet community and part of the Global Internet Governance Forum (IGF).

“This gives us the opportunity to discuss current digital trends at RIGF and collaborate within the global agenda. The Internet is a worldwide network that must be maintained together. Today it is necessary to create new international norms of responsible behavior in the digital environment, and Russia is ready to take part in building an open space of trust on the Internet as a responsible international partner,” Dmitry Chernyshenko said.

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Dmitry Chernyshenko, in left. In right – Borge Brende, WEF president.

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2 months ago
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The 13th Russian Internet Governance Forum
April 6–7 2023

Speakers and participants of RIGF 2023 will discuss the development of the Global Digital Compact proposed by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, regulation of the Internet and its ecosystems, the role of digital platforms in ensuring the right to access information, as well as censorship by these platforms, new technologies in EdTech and other topical issues.


April 6

Session 1. New Digital World: The State and The Individual

The Fourth Industrial Revolution dramatically reshaped the international economic and political landscape. The Internet has become a repository of knowledge and achievements of mankind, as well as the main means of production in the modern world. However, the opening of new digital horizons not only created opportunities for business and science, but also became a challenge for citizens and states around the world.

Government systems are increasingly forced to transform, adapt to new realities, respond to information risks and protect the physical world from the digital one. The state is creating a brand-new framework for sustainable digital dialogue based on setting the individual at the center of the digital transformation as a response to the issues of our time. It relates to the cooperative promotion of common approaches to the regulation of the digital environment within the context of international processes.

During the session, it will be proposed to discuss what values underlie this new approach, what role the state should take in modern Internet Governance processes, and how to maintain human-centric digital technologies. The panelists will also consider the role of such initiatives as the Global Digital Compact, which proclaims its goal to create a fair and equitable digital world order.

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2 months ago

RIGF 2023, Agenda

Session 3. Digital Technologies of the Future

Machine learning and ultra-efficient neural networks, Internet technologies, immersive Internet and metaverses, distributed ledger technologies, cryptocurrencies, quantum computing, industrial automation – these and other technologies are becoming a reality and trends of today’s development, and are beginning to perform increasingly critical economic and social functions.

During the session, it is proposed to consider scientific developments, innovations and already implemented projects in various industries and fields of application – medicine, education, public administration, urban infrastructure, etc.

Session 4. Accountability Of Suspicion: How To Fight For The Safety Of Information

We are witnessing an unprecedented amount of online misinformation as geopolitical tensions grow. Fake information itself is not the only threat to Internet users; intentional information operations aiming at dividing society are also a threat. How can the Runet expert community work together to address these issues? How can the Russian experience be useful to those who are interested in effectively countering fake information and digital discrimination?

Session 7. New Technologies In Medicine As A Tool For Healthcare Development

The session participants will discuss approaches to reforming the current regulation in the field of healthcare based on the best international practices for the development of artificial intelligence technologies. Topics for discussion:

Artificial Intelligence in medicine.

Validation of large datasets: can all the data be used or is it mandatory to select them?

Barriers to data processing using AI systems in medicine: will be there a consent?

2 months ago

This is going on in all western countries, see also Sound of Freedom. Just last year then Dutch minister of Justice Grapperhaus refused to start an independent investigation into sexual, satanic, sadistic and ritual child abuse, because there are many governmental officials involved. Even worse, right now they are prosecuting MP Van Meijeren (FvD), who dared to bring this subject to the attention of the Dutch public, for “sedition” in order to silence him.
All these evil people are deliberately selected to be able to implement the evil totalitarian 21/2030 agenda, because they will obey…

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