The UN's Incompetence is its Only Saving Grace

by Will

Will Grigg?s Liberty Minute

Even when it is not directly abetting genocide ? as it did in Cambodia and Rwanda ? the United Nations manages to abet the needless, tragic death of thousands of people.  Over the past decade, thousands of Haitians have died from exposure to a rare and aggressive strain of cholera that had been imported by Nepalese troops participating in a UN ?peacekeeping? mission. UN authorities had neglected to screen the foreign troops, who were assigned to a rural base in an area where the outbreak began.

Writing in Slate magazine, Jonathan Katz, author of a new book on Haiti?s humanitarian disaster, reports that since the beginning out the outbreak UN officials ?chose to lie, dissemble, destroy evidence, persuade allies to change the topic, and cajole critics.? Last week, Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, responding to a civil action filed on behalf of 8,000 victims of the UN-abetted plague asserted total immunity from liability.

The United Nations is quite possibly the least accountable and most corrupt organization in human history. Perhaps the only marginally redeeming aspect of the UN is the fact that its incompetence eclipses its malice, which is why, despite its best efforts, the body has never achieved its ambition of becoming a fully realized world government

Let us take back the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free. 

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