Iran: Protector of the Small, Suppressor of Deadly Weapons
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  • Does the UN do any useful work nowadays?

  • Susan

    While living in Moscow, Russia 1990-1991 (my ex had controlling shares of Pravda) my ex would speak of the Russian mafia selling all sorts of ordnance to every mid-east kleptocrat (including Saddam Hussein and the Mullaharcy in Iran) who had big oil money.

    Russian mafia isn’t afraid of the UN. I look back to my time in Russia, it reminds me often that America really isn’t the big bad that many Americans have come to believe.

    We are restricted by our own political correct policies diminishing our will to survive and this is suicidal.

    For tyrants and keleptocrats the UN has accomplished extraordinary things, ie starving Iraqis with their Oil For Food, establishing Green-helmet Rape brigadges in the Congo, protecting the barbarians while blaming Israel and Jews etc etc ad nauseum.

  • I recommend euthanasia as the only civilized course of action for the UN.It carries the worst strains of bureaucratic socialism and colonialism. Call it bureaucratic colonialism – a vile combination of the worst of the 19th and 20 centuries.

  • Walter Sobchak

    #3 Lorenz. I think there is an alternative. The UN should be removed from New York, where it only raises rents and mucks up traffic. All UN offices and personnel should be relocated to Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo. The relocation should be prompt and forcible if necessary. A lot of bad actors would lose interest in the UN if they had to go to a place as miserable as Kinshasa. Socialists are notorious for avoiding poor and uncomfortable places.

  • Kris

    [email protected]: “Socialists are notorious for avoiding poor and uncomfortable places.”

    That’s odd, as they endeavor so mightily to create them.

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