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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 03:52 pm
Pittsburgh columnist Dimitri Vassilaros asks: “If the U.N is incapable of stopping its own personnel from abusing the people they are there to protect, what is it capable of doing?”
Good question. Another extract:
To put this monstrous criminal enterprise in perspective, let’s pretend the United States was responsible for this madness instead of the United Nations. Instead of the crime scenes being (among other places) in West Africa or the Congo, let’s say they were at Abu Ghraib prison or the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay. And let’s say it lasted days instead of decades.
How many of the U.N.‘s 191 member nations would have been horrified and outraged? How many would have demanded that the abuses end instantly, that the criminals be punished and that victims get compensation?
Why does the United States remain in the United Nations?
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