Wednesday, April 15, 2009

The UN, or "Blame America and Iraq for the World's Problems"

U.N. President Calls G-20 Failure, Criticizes Wealthy Countries for Failing to Help Developing World

[U.N. General Assembly President Miguel D'Escoto Brockmann] said that the members of the G-20 have neglected to allocate $2 trillion to $3 trillion needed in the developing world, and many countries have lost their trust in the U.S. dollar as the international reserve currency.

Yes, it's far more important that we throw money at corrupt dictatorships, warlords, and Communist/Socialist jackasses that couldn't find the toilet to relieve themselves (if they even have running water after the recent coup d'etat) rather than using that money to attempt to ensure we still have a country left for them to fleece. How dare we not give every penny we possibly have so that their leaders can live in mansions and ride around in limousines while their people starve.

It gets better...

Such claims of progress were dismissed Tuesday by D’Escoto, who linked the global economic crisis to the war in Iraq and said that the whole world is now paying for the reckless decision of the United States to finance the war.

Everyone repeat after me.

The U.S, and other countries who have adopted Governmental systems that have proven superior to other systems, and that have worked to keep as much corruption and abuse out of their systems as possible (though we are starting to fail at that miserably), are at fault for the rest of the world not being as affluent as we are.

Remember, we're scum and villains for spending our money on ourselves, in an attempt to maintain the lifestyle that actually feeds and clothes 90% of the rest of the world.

Oops, I mean, really it's the war in Iraq that has caused the global meltdown.

There, now we just hit the two main Liberal talking points.
1. The US is bad and must be punished for its success.
2. The war in Iraq is the root of all that is evil (except for the US that is...err...I think).

I've said this before, and I'll say it again. D'Escoto, I have a much better idea you pompous jackass:
How does ZERO, as in NO money sound to you? Sound good? Great, now rot in hell.

Get US out of the UN.

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