Saturday, 9 March 2013

Response to a UN Affiliated Organisation Representative

Your organisation sounds great. I wonder why your organisation feels the need to be affiliated to such a corrupt organisation as the UN ??

eg: The U.N. has not been effective or efficient at all in stoping the ongoing violence in Syria and the continued supply of armaments to the 'rebels' by UN affiliated nations such as the USA. This has been going on for 2 years now. Shame! Shame! Shame UN !!

Qu: Why is the world's biggest manufacturer of armaments allowed to pedal their wares in the Middle East, thereby creating even more pain and suffering for the Syrian people?

Qu: Why has the U.N. DECIDED to NOT ACT DIRECTLY to depose the Assad regime?

Ans: Because there are no profits to be made by member countries if DIRECT interventions occur in Syria. It's far better in the eyes of the 'big' UN member states, that the faceless "Legal Fictions" of Syria suffer, rather than curtail trade in armourments with the US. 

Human Suffering = Trade.

The UN does not work... not in practice. Not in VITAL situations such as Syria ... or the Congo where so much senseless blood is shed and brutal rape and mutilation of adult women's genitals occur on a daily basis Look at all the beautiful women on your Wall... [from the Royal Houses of Europe] and imagine them in the gang-heartland of the Congo. How would they get on then ?? The lives of the Congalese women are the lives you should be celebrating as a UN representative peace-maker. Anything else is simply masturbation.

Bronny NZ

HBO Documentary:  "Rape in the Congo"



Afghanistan 1995                                                    Bosnia 1993

“War provides men with the perfect psychological backdrop to give vent to their contempt for women. The maleness of the military—the brute power of weaponry exclusive to their hands, the spiritual bonding of men at arms, the manly discipline of orders given and orders obeyed, the simple logic of the hierarchical command—confirms for men what they long suspect—that women are peripheral to the world that counts.” –Susan Brownmiller

Throughout history, rape has been the least condemned and most silenced war crime. Sexual violence increases during times of war, it is often dismissed as being an inevitable part of conflict.

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