This week's PBU15 idea.
The White House nomination of Bolton to the UN makes sense to me. In Bolton's infamous 1994 speech at the World Federalist Association he stated "there is no such thing as the United Nations" and also "If the UN secretary building in New York lost ten stories, it wouldn't make a bit of difference." He's absolutely correct.
The UN charter :
to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war,
to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights,
in the equal rights of men and women,
justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law,
and to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom,
and for these ends:
to practice tolerance and live together in peace,
to unite our strength to maintain international peace and security,
to ensure that armed force shall not be used, save in the common interest,
to employ international machinery for the economic and social advancement of all peoples.
Since it's inception in 1945, where and when has the UN "saved" people from the "scourge of war," or ensured social progress and standards of life? In Iraq? Afghanistan, Nicaragua? Panama? Kosovo? Columbia? Grenada? Vietnam? The Congo? Sudan? Angola? El Salvador? Gulf War? Cambodia? Bosnia? Barundi? E. Timor? Where has the UN established justice and dignity? How many millions have died in the 60 years since the UN began its lofty functions to save us from war?
The UN is neither friend nor foe nor ally. It began as a feel good club for the masses scared spitless from two world wars, a click of international representatives to look serious and busy about peace, while the world continued to war wherever and whenever it felt like doing so. Bolton charaterizes the UN. Bolton, like the UN, is a front.
Other fronts like Bolton are Michael Chertoff, William Kristol, William Buckley, Paul Weyrich, Paul Wolfowitiz, William Bennett, and Elliott Abrams John Negroponte, Richard N. Perle, Otto Reich, Condoleezza Rice, James G. Roche, George Schultz, Robert B. Zoellick. A letter from The Center for Security Policy with high praise and support of Bolton, signed by 85 "leading security practitioners" include the above and William P. Clark, John F. Lehman, Caspar W. Weinberger, Dr. Dov S. Zakheim, Michael A. Ledeen, R. James Woolsey, William L. Ball III, Newt Gingrich, C. Boyden Gray and many, many others.
Bolton is further proof that the US government (and world counterparts) is run by criminal professionals, who hold no loyalty nor concern for anything other than their own supreme ideology of rule by a world elite. A group of extreme players, knights and bishops, who have never restrained themselves. They lie, but often blurt the truth because they feel they have a divine right to their backassward thinking. I figure, lets hurry and get this over with. Lets give these guys the rope to hang themselves because they are not going to go away until they manage another major depopulation. I want my generation and my children's generation to face the liars who have ruled for centuries with stones, clubs, sorcery, or bombs and bibles. I want to see the unavoidable fury, death, and chaos that's coming, and I want to see the dust settle and gone, for my grandchildren.
The names above, study them, and their records (and those that came before them). They are not people of peace, never have been, never will be. They are not concerned with the standard of life for you and me, nor will they, or their world bodies/NGOs employ truth, as that's what is needed for a world of justice, equality, and peace. They are professional game pieces for those few who profit most from a world of fear, inequity, and war. Bolton, like many others, is a pawn with a title.
Tuesday, April 12, 2005
This week's PBU15 idea.