After ten years, the United Nations is finally saying goodbye to its leader, Secretary General Ban Ki Moon. Good riddance.
Ban Ki Moon’s tenure as head of the United Nations was riddled with failures. Over the past ten years, he:
- oversaw the spread of terrorism globally, including ISIS, al-Shabab, Boko Haram, Al Nusra and Ansar al-Dine to name a few
- watched civil wars consume countries and claim over half a million lives in countries including Syria and Yemen
- observed a new state join the UN, South Sudan, only to quickly become a failed state
- ran an organization with billions of dollars in corruption and kickbacks
- did nothing as the UN Human Rights Council only singled out Israel at every turn
- encouraged the Palestinian Authority to be recognized as a state by UNESCO, skipping key terms of agreements between Israelis and Palestinian Arabs
- promoted the terrorist group Hamas to become part of a united Palestinian government
- presided over a United Nations force that was accused of raping the very civilians they were supposed to protect
- oversaw the largest refugee crisis since WWII swarm over Europe, as his failures led millions of people to flee the Middle East and North Africa region
Ban Ki Moon’s disgraceful tenure as head of the United Nations may not be completely his fault. The UN has been an anti-Semitic corrupt organization for several decades, dating back at least to Kurt Waldheim, a former Nazi who led the UN from 1972 to 1982, when the UN passed the “Zionism is racism” resolution. Maybe Ban Ki Moon was trying to keep up.
On October 6, 2016, the UN General Assembly was presented with Former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres as the new UNSG. For the past ten years, he headed the UNHCR refugee agency. One hopes that he understands the difference between actual refugees and SAPs, and can lead the world in a new peaceful direction.
It would be a welcome change.
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