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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler ยป Archive for UN Watch

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LC Jonathan would like to know what His Majesty thinks about Kaffir Anus’ parting shots, and we’re more than happy to oblige:

What I’ve Learned

By Kofi A. Annan
Monday, December 11, 2006; Page A19

Nearly 50 years ago, when I arrived in Minnesota as a student fresh from Africa, I had much to learn — starting with the fact that there is nothing wimpish about wearing earmuffs when it is 15 degrees below zero.

…hot and cold running water, electricity, internal combustion… It was all so confusing!

All my life since has been a learning experience.

But once you’d figured out how to skim funds from starving children, running child prostitution rings and blaming everything on the Jooos, you had it made.

Now I want to pass on five lessons I have learned during 10 years as secretary general of the United Nations that I believe the community of nations needs to learn as it confronts the challenges of the 21st century.

1). Blow up the U.N. building.
2). Shove the rubble and remains into Turtle Bay.
3). Make a list of anybody who has ever had anything nice to say about Kofi and his partners in crime, then execute them in random order.
4). Tell the Arabs that if they want to have circle-jerk orgies of anti-Semitism, they can go have them somewhere else. Then, once they’ve picked a place, unload eight dozen Daisy Cutters on the location.
5). Tell the world at large that if they don’t want to be nuked, all they have to do is to shut the fuck up and behave themselves.

There, that was easy. And it didn’t even take His Majesty 10 years as a U.N. Capo di tutti Capi to learn it.

First, in today’s world we are all responsible for each other’s security.

It’s a good thing that’s a load of camel’s droppings, because otherwise we’d be severely screwed. We mean, imagine living in a world where you had to depend on the likes of the U.N. for security. Ask the Rwandans how well that worked for them. Or anybody else on the planet who has ever been royally screwed, beaten, raped, beheaded, blown up and hacked to tiny bits with machetes as a result of the Useless Nitwits’ particular brand of “protection.”

Against such threats as nuclear proliferation,

Oh yes. Let’s leave it to the IAEA-ooooohhh. The way they’ve stopped Ahmadinnerjacket’s nuclear aspirations cold is inspiring, we tell you.

climate change,

Somebody really needs to do something to stop the climate from changing. Where oh where was Kofi and the U.N. when the woolly mammoths needed them?

global pandemics

If only somebody would do something about the global pandemic of Idiotarianism that keeps us from dropping a JDAM on the U.N.

or terrorists operating from safe havens in failed states,

And we all know the U.N.’s track record on that subject, now don’t we?

no nation can make itself secure by seeking supremacy over all others.

That has to be the most mind numbingly stupid thing we’ve ever heard, not to mention that it is a contradiction in terms. What could possibly make a nation more secure than complete supremacy over all others? Nothing says “leave us the fuck alone” better than ending it with “or else we can and will wipe you and your entire fucking tribe out in minutes.”

Only by working to make each other secure can we hope to achieve lasting security for ourselves.

What a load of fucking hooey. The simplest way of fucking up any venture, big or small, is to start doing it by committee. Granted, sometimes working with others can get you there quicker, but you have to make sure first that your prospective partners share your views, values and goals to the letter. Nations, groups of people and individuals act out of self-interest, that’s the way we’re designed since it isn’t much good to us that people halfway across the Earth are happy if we’re starving to death at home, so the moment goals diverge, you end up with compromise, which makes everybody unhappy. And resentful. And plotting immediately to change it.

This responsibility includes our shared responsibility to protect people from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity.

We repeat: Go tell that to the Rwandans. Or the Somalis. Or every single other soul, living or dead, who has ever endured the cataclysmic consequences of “shared responsibility, U.N. style.”

It’s more than a little bit rich to listen to a caveman in a suit who is known for 10 years of sitting on his criminal ass while innocents were getting murdered, lecturing anybody at all on “shared responsibility.”

That was accepted by all nations at last year’s U.N. summit.

And, as per usual, followed up by absolutely, positively NOTHING by way of action.

Give us more, O Emperor! »

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