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In conjunction with the 65th General Assembly meeting, GlobalPost asked what you'd like us to cover on the United Nations. The winner this week was a member who identified himself/herself as "Should Ban be banned?" The ideas was "a critical assessment of Ban Ki Moon's tenure as UN Secretary General. The news seems grim. First there was an apparent attempt to whitewash a report implicating Rwanda's army in genocide. Then, in criticizing Ahmedinejad's 9/11 remarks, Ban wouldn't even refer to the Iranian president by name. Does he have no cajones?"
Just after it won, this idea took on a breaking news urgency, as Cholera broke out in Haiti, and critics lambasted the UN's performance in that country.
Here's the article we produced:
|A big waste? suggests:||
The public knows little about the UN, other than that it has a huge budget, it employs Euro trash diplomats and its General Assembly meetings serve as a podium for crass dictators like Qaddafi and Ahmadinejad. So what difference would it make if it just disappeared?
Over the last decades of republican/president's/regan/bush/bush the criminal acts that have been commited by their administrations are Horrific against the Constitution/Bill of Rights/United Nations.
It obvious to me that 3 generations of children were victims of a world-wide Holocast and Severe Starvation from WARS!
I request the United Nation's to "Renew" it's charter with all world countries by purposely reading the declaration's of the United Nation's on its original time/date for its purpose, "Keep the Peace". If any nation, if any president commits treason on ANY declaration's there will be a Criminal Court held to Charge War Crimes Against Humanity.
I don't know how many starving people of the world plus all the murder's by the republican agenda you can accept but for me, I will not Except any more time for their Crimes NOT to be addressed.
That's my request. As I understand it, anyone can make a citizen's arrest, fear will not stop my faith for "Peace" to be Restored.
|Should Ban be banned? suggests:||
Here's my suggestion: a critical assessment of Ban Ki Moon's tenure as UN Secretary General. The news seems grim. First there was an apparent attempt to whitewash a report implicating Rwanda's army in genocide. Then, in criticizing Ahmedinejad's 9/11 remarks, Ban wouldn't even refer to the Iranian president by name. Does he have no cajones?
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