UN “regrets,” quietly

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Hans Blix: Then let me look around, so I can ease the UN’s collective mind. I’m sorry, but the UN must be firm with you. Let me in, or else.
Kim Jong Il: Or else what?
Hans Blix: Or else we will be very angry with you… and we will write you a letter, telling you how angry we are.
Exchange between Hans Blix and Kim Jong Il in the movie epic, Team America

It appears that the UN is constantly searching for new and innovative ways to show their complete and utter worthlessness. They will gladly trade emasculation at the hands of a two-bit dictatorship to avoid any type of confrontation. Their rapporteur extraordinaire—a life-long enemy of capitalism and admirer of leftist dictatorships—provided the glowing reviews that Havana demanded of him. But when a French reporter in Geneva asked a few too many questions at a UN press conference, Cuban agents were there inquiring about the reporter’s name and organization. It was a direct violation of UN regulations, but the best the UN could do was whine… in a very low voice, in case someone might hear them.

“The Cuban officials were present for a testy exchange between the French journalist and Ziegler… The Cuban officials asked journalists in the room to identify the name and agency of the journalist who debated Ziegler.”

Then again, the UN really regrets what happened and they are definitely going to do something about this. UN officials are saying that a very nasty… I mean, strong worded letter is being prepared as we speak to the Cuban delegation reprimanding them for their strong-arm tactics.
Oh hell, who are we kidding?
You can read the article HERE.

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  1. Ziegler — who hailed Cuba during his 11-day mission as a world model for how it provides its people with food — could not be reached for comment.”

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