CommentsI really have a hard time distinguishing between Kofi Annan, Assad or Idi Amin. They all seem cut from the same self- serving cloth. Just for good measure throw in Obama. As an aside, all these names are underscored in red for spelling check, mmmm.
Posted by mkb44 on 05/29 at 07:29 PM | #
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Posted by Capt-Dax on 05/29 at 05:01 PM | #
I've come to a conclusion about U.N. diplomats.
It must take an odd form of mental illness in order to work there.
Kofi (who had the money scandal many years ago) thinks that 'talking' will somehow stop the slaughter of innocent civilians in Syria.
He actually believes that his rhetoric will stop the AK-47 bullets, rockets, tanks and helicopter gunships from butchering the Syrian people. When has a pathetic 'U.N. resolution ever accomplished anything or stopped the killing...until American & Canadian Military comes on the scene?
The only thing that is going to stop the savage slaughter..is to kill the aggressors. Why can't Kofi and his band of U.N. clowns figure that out? Sometimes 'force' is the only answer.
Posted by George from Atlanta on 05/29 at 08:06 AM | #
U.N. ‘Talk’ only exploits Syrian Massacre
Posted by Judi McLeod on May 30, 2012 at 07:17 AM
Like its ludicrous appointments, U.N. investigations are always all talk, no action
Who is Kofi kidding?
United Nations special envoy Kofi Annan condemned the killings in Syria “in the strongest possible terms” and is calling for an independent investigation into a weekend massacre that left more than 100 people—50 of them little children—dead.More...
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