Tuesday, January 18, 2011

It cannot be reformed

It is, let me repeat, a transnational organization with astonishing ambitions, completely corrupt, so structured that it is not in the slightest accountable to the taxpayers of those countries who keep it going, and its members, committees, sub-committees, well-paid employees and officials will destroy anyone who tries to introduce any kind of a reform.

That is why I do not think there is much point to the new, Republican-controlled House Foreign Affairs Committee looking to ways of using the huge funds the United States hands over to the United Nations for a reform of that noxious organization.

There is only one solution and that is for the United States and other Western countries to stop whining and actually withholding those funds unconditionally. The party, started all those years ago in San Francisco under the benevolent gaze of the Soviet Union and its agents such as Alger Hiss, must come to an end.

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