Saturday, June 07, 2008

Your U.N. at Work – IV -

"Speaking after his election, Father d'Escoto called for greater 'democracy' at the U.N. – an odd remark coming from a former servant of a communist dictatorship. He also called for the U.N. to take a stand against 'acts of aggression, such as those occurring in Iraq and Afghanistan.' That would be American aggression, not the Taliban's, the Mahdi Army's or al Qaeda's.

A former Lenin Prize winner as General Assembly president and cruel Burma as vice president – another sick joke from the U.N."

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