U.N. Partner “Walgreens” Now Permitting Men to Use Women’s Bathrooms

Did the “U.N. Partner” part of the title catch you off guard?  Well it’s true, and I will talk more about that in this article.

But first let’s look at Walgreen’s new policy for bathrooms which will put untold number of women at risk.  They have followed suit with Target, allowing a man who sees himself as a woman to enter the women’s bathroom at any time.

A Rapists Dream

How many straight men who are sex offenders are chomping at the bit to enter women’s bathrooms?

What a set up!  The unsuspecting woman in the bathroom sees a man (who looks like a man) come into the facility, and the woman is expected to trust every one of these people;  until the day that a rapist comes into the bathroom and rapes and possibly kills the woman.

This is not farfetched.  It is a crime waiting to happen.

From washingtontimes.com

Walgreens adopts new ‘Transgender Inclusion’ bathroom policy nationwide

Walgreens has become the latest company to allow people to choose which bathrooms to use without regard for their biological sex.

According to an NBC News report Wednesday, the policy grew out of a complaint made by a customer to the ACLU’s Southern California chapter about being denied the bathroom she wanted to use.

A Walgreens employee and the Los Angeles store’s manager last year refused to let Jessie Meehan use the women’s room because she “dressed like a man,” the ACLU chapter said in a statement issued this week.

“I am a woman. I identify as female,” Ms. Meehan said in a video posted by the chapter and on YouTube. “She can’t tell me which one to use.”

As a result of calls from the ACLU chapter’s lawyers, the drugstore giant issued a “Transgender Inclusion” policy for all 8,000 stores nationwide, the liberal organization said.

“All individuals have a right to use restroom facilities that correspond to the individual’s gender identity, regardless of the individual’s sex assigned at birth,” the new policy, dated Nov. 21, 2017, states.

“All individuals have a right to use restroom facilities that correspond to the individual’s gender identity, regardless of the individual’s sex assigned at birth,” the new policy, dated Nov. 21, 2017, states. – source

Now, let’s take a look at the cozy relationship between Walgreens and the United Nations, shall we?

From news.walgreens.com

Walgreens and United Nations Foundation Launch 2016 Get a Shot. Give a Shot.®Campaign.

Walgreens customers can help protect millions of children in developing countries from polio and measles, as campaign enters fourth year

DEERFIELD, Ill., September 28, 2016 – Walgreens and the United Nations (UN) Foundation today announced the launch of the 2016 Get a Shot. Give a Shot.® campaign, a fourth-year collaboration to help provide life-saving vaccines to children in developing countries. Now through Aug. 31, 20171, for every flu shot or other immunization administered at Walgreens pharmacies, Healthcare Clinics, or Duane Reade pharmacies, Walgreens will donate the value of a life-saving vaccine through the Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign.

With the support of Walgreens customers, the campaign has helped to provide more than 15 million polio and measles vaccines since the program’s inception in 2013. Shot@Life is a movement to protect children worldwide by providing life-saving vaccines where they are most needed through the UN and other partners.

“Get a Shot. Give a Shot creates a unique opportunity for our customers to play an active role in helping to protect millions of children from vaccine-preventable diseases,” said Alex Gourlay, Walgreens president. “This campaign is one of the many ways in which we’re helping to improve immunization rates among targeted populations, both here in the U.S. and across the globe. It’s gratifying to see the impact Walgreens and its customers are making to champion everyone’s right to be happy and healthy.”

According to the UN Foundation, 1 in 5 children worldwide lack access to life-saving immunizations, and a child dies every 20 seconds from a vaccine-preventable disease. Coordinated worldwide vaccination efforts have made significant progress, particularly reducing cases of measles and polio.

“Families everywhere deserve the opportunity to keep their children safe from preventable diseases like measles and polio. Get a Shot. Give a Shot gives Walgreens customers a chance to support the health and wellbeing of children around the world while taking care of their own health needs,” said Kathy Calvin, president and CEO of UN Foundation. “At the UN Foundation we believe every child deserves a shot at a healthy life. Walgreens’ support of the Shot@Life campaign is an important part of making that vision a reality.”

“Since the age of three when I contracted polio in my family’s village in Nigeria, I have experienced firsthand the challenges faced due to this disease that is preventable with a polio vaccination,” said Dennis Ogbe, an ambassador for the United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life program and 2016 Get a Shot. Give a Shot. spokesperson. “Through programs such as Walgreens Get a Shot. Give a Shot., children in developing countries will have access to these critical vaccines. No child should have to live with the lifelong consequences of polio. Every child should have a shot at life.”

Walgreens locations in most states offer a wide range of 17 CDC-recommended vaccines, subject to availability, including those to protect against influenza, shingles, pneumonia, pertussis (whooping cough), meningitis, hepatitis and other diseases. Vaccinations are available during all pharmacy and Healthcare Clinic hours, including nights, overnights at 24-hour pharmacy locations, weekends and holidays, with no appointment necessary.

Age restrictions vary by state at Walgreens pharmacies, while Healthcare Clinics can provide immunizations for patients age 2 and older. Other restrictions may apply.

The UN Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign collaborates with many organizations and corporations to broaden American support for childhood immunizations in developing countries against diseases like pneumonia, diarrhea, measles and polio. Together, these partners are working with Shot@Life to benefit UNICEF, the World Health Organization and other implementing partners to save lives and improve the health of millions of children around the world through life-saving vaccines.

About Walgreens

Walgreens (www.walgreens.com), one of the nation’s largest drugstore chains, is included in the Retail Pharmacy USA Division of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (NASDAQ: WBA), the first global pharmacy-led, health and wellbeing enterprise. More than 8 million customers interact with Walgreens each day in communities across America, using the most convenient, multichannel access to consumer goods and services and trusted, cost-effective pharmacy, health and wellness services and advice. Walgreens operates 8,173 drugstores with a presence in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Walgreens omni-channel business includes Walgreens.com and VisionDirect.com. More than 400 Walgreens stores offer Healthcare Clinic or other provider retail clinic services.

About United Nations Foundation

The United Nations Foundation builds public-private partnerships to address the world’s most pressing problems, and broadens support for the United Nations through advocacy and public outreach. Through innovative campaigns and initiatives, the Foundation connects people, ideas, and resources to help the UN solve global problems. The Foundation was created in 1998 as a U.S. public charity by entrepreneur and philanthropist Ted Turner and now is supported by philanthropic, corporate, government, and individual donors. Learn more at: www.unfoundation.org.

1 From July 1, 2016 to Aug. 31, 2017 for every immunization administered, Walgreens will donate $0.22 to the United Nations Foundation, up to a maximum donation of $2,000,000.-source

Are you starting to connect the dots?  And Walgreens is only one of hundreds of business which have partnered with the demonic United Nations.

From the United Nations

Get ready to be shocked – here is a list of companies which have partnered with the U.N.  Please forgive the formatting. It seems like it is next to impossible to copy things off of the U.N. site.

‘Public’ Transport Entities:

  1. UPS Inc.
  2. FedEx Corp.
  3. YRC Worldwide
  4. DHL Americas
  5. Ryder System
  6. Con-way Inc.
  7. Penske Truck Leasing Co.
  8. Schneider National Inc.
  9. Swift Transportation Co.
  10. J.B. Hunt Transport Services
  11. EGL Inc.
  12. BAX Global
  13. Sirva Inc.
  14. Landstar System
  15. UniGroup Inc.
  16. Werner Enterprises
  17. Arkansas Best Corp.
  18. Pacer International
  19. Estes Express Lines
  20. Watkins Associated Industries
  21. U.S. Xpress Enterprises
  22. TransForce Income Fund
  23. SCS Transportation
  24. Old Dominion Freight Line
  25. Atlas World Group
  26. Crete Carrier Corp.
  27. Allied Holdings
  28. Averitt Express
  29. Greatwide Logistics Services
  30. TNT Logistics North America
  31. R+L Carriers
  32. Southeastern Freight Lines
  33. CRST International
  34. Quality Distribution Inc.
  35. Ruan Transportation Management

    Systems

  36. NFI Industries
  37. Covenant Transport
  38. Prime Inc.
  39. Lynden Inc.
  40. Knight Transportation
  41. Interstate Distributor Co.
  42. C.R. England Inc.

43. Trimac Group
44. Universal Truckload Services Inc. 45. Anderson Trucking Service
46. Kenan Advantage Group
47. Frozen Food Express Industries
48. Heartland Express
49. AAA Cooper Transportation
50. Day & Ross Transportation Group 51. Comcar Industries
52. Dart Transit Co.
53. Marten Transport
54. CenTra Inc.
55. USA Truck
56. Stevens Transport
57. Shevell Group
58. Celadon Group
59. JHT Holdings
60. Vitran Corp.
61. Gainey Corp.
62. Contract Freighters Inc.
63. Mercer Transportation
64. Central Freight Lines
65. P.A.M. Transportation Services
66. Performance Transportation Services 67. Roadrunner Dawes Freight Systems 68. Cardinal Logistics Management
69. Graebel Cos.
70. Bridge Terminal Transport
71. Dynamex Inc.
72. Forward Air Corp.
73. Contrans Income Fund
74. KLLM Transport Services
75. Ace Transportation
76. Priority America
77. Suddath Cos.
78. Central Refrigerated Service
79. Western Express
80. Transport Corp. of America
81. Bennett International Group
82. Roehl Transport
83. United Road Services Inc.
84. Velocity Express
85. Bekins Holding Corp.
86. Pitt Ohio Express

87. Arnold Transportation Services 88. Epes Carriers
89. Cassens Transport
90. Paschall Truck Lines

91. Jack Cooper Transport Co.
92. TransAm Trucking
93. CD&L Inc.
94. Smithway Motor Xpress Corp. 95. Mullen Group Income Fund 96. The Waggoners Trucking

97. Superior Bulk Logistics 98. Arrow Trucking Co. 99. RoadLink USA
100. Maverick USA

‘Private’ Transport Entities:

Sysco Corp.

Wal-Mart Stores

Ahold USA/USFoodservice

Pepsi Bottling Group

Tyson Foods

McLane Co.

Halliburton Co.

Reyes Holdings LLC

Kroger Co.

Supervalu Inc.

BJ Services Co.

Pilgrim’s Pride Corp.

PepsiCo Inc.

Interstate Bakeries Corp.

Shaw Industries

Safeway Inc.

Key Energy Services

Dean Foods

C&S Wholesale Grocers

Gordon Food Service

Schlumberger Ltd.

Airgas Inc.

Milk Transport Services

Sara Lee Corp.

Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

Consolidated

Basic Energy Services

27. BlueLinx Holdings
28. Performance Food Group
29. International Paper Co.
30. Praxair Inc.
31. Mohawk Industries
32. Darling International
33. Prairie Farms
34. The BOC Group
35. Smithfield Foods
36. Delhaize America
37. Kellogg Snacks Division
38. H.E. Butt Grocery Co.
39. Land O’Lakes Inc.
40. Unisource Worldwide
41. CHS Inc.
42. Ben E. Keith Co.
43. Air Products and Chemicals
44. Univar USA
45. Vistar Corp.
46. Dot Foods
47. Gilster-Mary Lee Corp.
48. Advanced Drainage Systems
49. Cardinal Health
50. Air Liquide America
51. Flying J Inc.
52. Publix Super Markets
53. Leggett & Platt Inc.
54. Walgreen Co.
55. Austin Powder Co.
56. Cemex Inc.
57. Ashland Inc.
58. Gold Kist
59. Clean Harbors Inc.
60. Nestlé Transportation
61. Rinker Materials Corp.
62. Archer Daniels Midland
63. Foster Farms
64. Exxon Mobil Corp.
65. Anheuser-Busch Cos.
66. Plains All American Pipeline L.P. 67. Ashley Furniture Industries
68. J.R Simplot Co.
69. Kraft Foods
70. CVS Corp.

Sentinel Transportation LLC

Bunzl USA Inc.

Valley Proteins

Wakefern Food Corp.

Weyerhaeuser Co.

Stock Building Supply/Ferguson

Enterprises

Ace Hardware Corp.

Unified Western Grocers

Army & Air Force Exchange

Service

Genuine Parts Co.

McKee Foods Corp.

Huttig Building Products

Patterson-UTI Energy Inc.

True Value Co.

United Natural Foods

86. Norcal Waste Systems Inc.
87. Mobile Mini Inc.
88. Core-Mark International
89. Pacific Coast Building Products
90. Bridgestone-Firestone North American

Tire
91. Sanderson Farms
92. Sherwin-Williams Co. 93. Owens & Minor Inc. 94. Reddy Ice
95. Carpenter Co.
96. Linde Gas LLC
97. Earle M. Jorgensen Co. 98. Toys “R” Us Inc.
99. AmeriGas Propane 100. Trinity Industries

‘Private’ Transport Entities:

Sysco Corp.

Wal-Mart Stores

Ahold USA/USFoodservice

Pepsi Bottling Group

Tyson Foods

McLane Co.

Halliburton Co.

Reyes Holdings LLC

Kroger Co.

Supervalu Inc.

BJ Services Co.

Pilgrim’s Pride Corp.

PepsiCo Inc.

Interstate Bakeries Corp.

Shaw Industries

Safeway Inc.

Key Energy Services

Dean Foods

C&S Wholesale Grocers

Gordon Food Service

Schlumberger Ltd.

Airgas Inc.

Milk Transport Services

Sara Lee Corp.

Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

Consolidated

Basic Energy Services

27. BlueLinx Holdings

28. Performance Food Group
29. International Paper Co.
30. Praxair Inc.
31. Mohawk Industries
32. Darling International
33. Prairie Farms
34. The BOC Group
35. Smithfield Foods
36. Delhaize America
37. Kellogg Snacks Division
38. H.E. Butt Grocery Co.
39. Land O’Lakes Inc.
40. Unisource Worldwide
41. CHS Inc.
42. Ben E. Keith Co.
43. Air Products and Chemicals
44. Univar USA
45. Vistar Corp.
46. Dot Foods
47. Gilster-Mary Lee Corp.
48. Advanced Drainage Systems
49. Cardinal Health
50. Air Liquide America
51. Flying J Inc.
52. Publix Super Markets
53. Leggett & Platt Inc.
54. Walgreen Co.
55. Austin Powder Co.
56. Cemex Inc.
57. Ashland Inc.
58. Gold Kist
59. Clean Harbors Inc.
60. Nestlé Transportation
61. Rinker Materials Corp.
62. Archer Daniels Midland
63. Foster Farms
64. Exxon Mobil Corp.
65. Anheuser-Busch Cos.
66. Plains All American Pipeline L.P.

67. Ashley Furniture Industries
68. J.R Simplot Co.
69. Kraft Foods
70. CVS Corp.

 

So there you have it, brothers and sisters in Christ.  The U.N. is gobbling up businesses from every industry in the U.S.

I’m very sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I do feel that it is important for us to know what it happening around us.

Shalom b’Yeshua

MARANATHA

 

 

 

 

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