Monday, October 24, 2011

Russia's Pravda editorial on Ban Ki Moon: "he is an insult to the memory of Dag Hammarskjöld"

Ban Ki-Moon: An insult to the memory of Dag Hammarskjöld. 45616.jpeg

As for Ban Ki-Moon, the history book will have him down as the weakest, most insignificant and inept non-entity ever to have insulted the UNO and the world community of nations due to his biased and totally ineffective stance on Libya, where the UNO passed the responsibility to that evil clique of war-mongerers and murderers, NATO and stood back while these war criminals unleashed hordes of marauding thugs on the good people of the Jamahiriya.

Ban Ki-Moon is the human face of the UNO's failure to represent anything more than a humanitarian agency, a vapid monstrosity of goodwill but in concrete terms, a monument of pith and wind. Ban Ki-Moon's total and utter failure to stand up for what is right, to stand up for the freedom of a people to live within the Jamahiriya they so obviously love (and we are not speaking of the handful of terrorists, religious fanatics and mercenaries, NATO's torturers and rapists) is the mirror image of the death knell of the Institution he has not only failed to represent most miserably, but whose legacy his very existence as Secretary General insults to the core.

How dare he refer to himself in the same breath as Dag Hammarskjöld, under whose feet he is not even fit to squirm.

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