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Why We Should Admire Kofi Anan

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Submitted by Arlinda DeAngelis (United States), Dec 31, 2005 at 13:26

Kofi Anan has had sterling career as both a member of the United Nations' Budget Department and as its Secretary General.

Because his succeses as Secretary General are in question, for the purposes of this message, I will concentrate on that portion of his career as head of the aforementioned agency.

1. Under Anan's leadership the United Nations has successfully avoided any interference with three genocides: Rwanda, Sudan, Serbia and Iraq.

2. Under Anan's leadership, the murderous Arabs in Palestine, have successfully moved the member nations to condemn Israel 100% of time for defending themselves against the acts of terrorism and agression supported and funded by the theocratic corrupt nations of the Middle East.

3. Under Anan's leadership and expertise 21 billion dollars succesfully disappeared under the Oil for Foord program over which Anan personally appointed himself as head of oversight. Considering his career in economics and lifetime work experience in the budget department of the United Nations, who other than he, could expertly make 21 billion dollars disappear. Everyone connected with the program, including Saddam Hussein and Kojo Anan made a fortune. The people of Iraq, for whom the program was created, starved.

4. Under Anan's leadership every resolution passed by the United Nations limiting the scope of the Butcher of Baghdad's influence has been thwarted.

5. Under Anan's leadership the United Nations prevented itself from enforcing every resolution it passed,

6 Under Anan's leadership, United Nations Peacekeeping Forces engaged in child prostitution, prostitution, and when that became unavailable, rape. Anan claimed they sent in peacekeepers on the cheap. In other words, UN Forces are criminals because they are aren't paid enough money.

7. Of all the nations on the planet, of all the nations that are members of the United Nations, some of which are monstrosities such as Iran, such as North Korea and most of them from Africa remain untouched by Anan. Anan has reserved his animosity for Israel, the only liberal democratic nation in a swamp of theocratic corrupt oppressive terrorist supporting nations.

Only Israel bears Anan's brilliant scrutiny. Only Israel is targeted by the Secretary General for extinction.

How many more years will the world body endure Kofi's leadership?
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