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Condoleezza Rice for UN Secretary General (Ban Ki-Moon is useless)

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  • Peter Dow
    We need Condi as UN Secretary General, and I ll be her head of security, if she ll have me.   - writes Peter Dow of Rice for President Yahoo Group  
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 2, 2011
      "We need Condi as UN Secretary General, and I'll be her head of security, if she'll have me."
      - writes Peter Dow of Rice for President Yahoo Group


      Condoleezza Rice for UN Secretary General

      Ban Ki-Moon is useless, he is failing to properly organise the military defence of UN workers in Afghanistan and elsewhere and UN workers are being killed like the 7 killed in Mazar-e-Sharif on Friday, 1st April 2011.

      I would say the way to go would be to take advantage of the UN head quarters being in New York.

      The US President should take short-term control of UN HQ in New York, dismissing Ban Ki-moon.

      The US President should appoint Condi as acting UN Secretary General.

      Condi should appoint appropriate representatives from countries with dictatorships - so for example, the UN representative for Burma, (oops, "Myanmar"), would be Aung San Suu Kyi or her representative in New York, the UN representative for Libya would be the rebel leaders in Benghazi, new representatives for the Arab countries representing the "Arab Spring" revolutions and so on.

      The new UN should then hopefully confirm Condi as permanent UN Secretary General.

      In other words, kick out the dictatorships and make the UN what it is supposed to be - an organisation of nations, rather than an organisation of governments some of whom oppress their own nations.

      To start the process the US needs to come to its senses about Condi and stop pretending that having her out of power is in some way "a good thing".

      From the For Freedom Forums-

      Afghan mob kills UN workers. Ban Ki-Moon to blame.

      BBC wrote: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-south-asia-12944851
      On Friday, seven UN workers were killed ... in in the northern city of Mazar-e Sharif.

      It was the worst attack on the UN mission in Afghanistan since the international invasion in 2001.

      The investigation now begins into the circumstances surrounding the worst attack on the United Nations in Afghanistan since the invasion in 2001.

      Some have blamed Taliban infiltrators in the crowd which attacked the UN headquarters in Mazar-e Sharif. It is certainly true that armed men were seen in the crowd, but that may have been because the protesters managed to disarm the UN's own guards.

      The killings - including, perhaps, two beheadings - underline the international community's sometimes precarious position in Afghanistan.

      They also raise questions about the timetable to Afghan security control. Mazar-e Sharif is due to be one of the first places transferred from Nato security control in the summer, but on this occasion the Afghan police were unable to protect the UN.
      UN staff remain on maximum security alert and under lockdown, our correspondent says. However, there is no move yet to evacuate them from Afghanistan, as happened in 2009 after an attack on a UN guesthouse.

      Separately, three insurgents were killed when they attacked a Nato base.

      They were stopped before they could enter the compound, Nato and Afghan police said.

      At least one was wearing a burka, news agencies reported on Saturday, quoting police sources.

      UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned the violence in Mazar-e Sharif as "outrageous and cowardly". Afghan President Hamid Karzai said it was inhumane and against Islamic and Afghan values.

      In all, 14 people were killed.

      Local police told the BBC that 27 people had been arrested following the demonstration in Mazar-e Sharif.
      Witnesses said the protest - which began outside the central Blue Mosque after Friday prayers - began peacefully but suddenly turned violent.

      The crowds moved to outside the UN compound, where a small group broke away.

      Several demonstrators were killed by guards at the compound, who were then overpowered by the mob.

      Munir Ahmad Farhad, a spokesman for the provincial governor, said the group seized weapons from the guards and opened fire before storming the building.

      A state of emergency has now been declared in the city, Afghan intelligence sources told the BBC. All roads in and out of Mazar have been blocked and cars are being checked, says the BBC's Bilal Sarwary.

      Dan McNorton, spokesman for the UN mission in Afghanistan, said: "Three international Unama (United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan) staff members were killed, and four international armed security guards were killed."

      One of the dead was a Swedish national, while another came from Norway. The other foreign victims are believed to be a Romanian and four Nepalese guards.

      US President Barack Obama condemned the attack "in the strongest possible terms", saying the work of the UN "is essential to building a stronger Afghanistan".

      The top UN representative in Afghanistan, Staffan De Mistura, has flown to the area to handle the matter.

      Local police spokesman Lal Mohammad Ahmadzai told reporters that two of the UN staff had been beheaded.

      However, police Gen Abdul Rafu Taj said that "according to the initial reports... none were beheaded". He said they were shot in the head.

      Kieran Dwyer, director of communications for the UN mission in Afghanistan, said the UN workers had been trapped inside the compound and "hunted down" in what was an "overwhelming situation".

      Mr Dwyer said it was too early to tell how the attack happened or why the UN was targeted, but that the organisation would now take extra security measures.

      But he added: "The UN is here to stay. We're here to work with the people to help them achieve peace, and this sort of thing just highlights how important that is."

      Protests were held in several other Afghan cities on Friday which demonstrators in Herat had called a "day of anger", Afghanistan's Noor TV channel reports.


      The UN News Centre wrote:
      Ban talks by phone with Afghan president following deadly attack against UN staff

      2 April 2011 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today spoke by telephone with the President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai and expressed his sadness and shock to the head of State at the attack on the United Nations offices in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif that resulted in the death of three UN staff and four security guards.

      Mr. Ban thanked Mr. Karzai for his expression of condolence and for the support he is extending to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Afghanistan, Staffan de Mistura, and to the UN family in Afghanistan to ensure the safety and security of UN staff.

      The Secretary-General said he was dispatching his Chef de Cabinet Vijay Nambiar and Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security Gregory Starr to Afghanistan to review the security situation.

      Mr. Ban told Mr. Karzai that he would continue to work with the Alliance of Civilizations to promote tolerance for all faiths.

      This is a primarily a problem of lame security at the UN compound: badly constructed, probably poorly located, insufficiently guarded, guards insufficiently armed. Poor organisation from start to finish.

      All that is needed is to be better armed and trained than the attacking mob, as this video from the movie "Zulu" illustrates.


      You need to have enough defensive fire power to stop as many as keep attacking

      It is missing the point entirely to consider what the mind-set of the attacking mob might have been. Who cares what their motives for attacking are? It matters not when you are defending. What matters is to be armed and prepared to stop and repel their attack.

      This importance of this story is the shocking fact that UN bases in Afghanistan are practically undefended and a mob could easily storm a base and kill those inside.

      UN security is a joke.

      The UN needs to sack the UN secretary general Ban Ki-Moon for his gross incompetence in failing to defend UN personnel.

      Ban Ki-Moon: totally useless.

      The UN has a lot of great principles to uphold - universal human rights etc, but these need to be upheld at the point of gun, with proper military organisation, which the UN should be able to do, in principle, but with the wrong leadership, like Ban Ki-Moon's wrong leadership, fails to do.

      The world's dictators don't want UN principles imposed upon their countries - they'd rather lock up or kill their political opponents - so these dictatorial governments would rather the UN was ineffectual, defenceless and impotent, like Ban Ki-Moon is.

      That is why so many of the rotten governments of the world get to together at the UN to appoint such useless "hearts and flowers" types like Ban Ki Moon or Kofi Annan.

      See the post "Condoleezza Rice for UN Secretary General" - http://scot.tk/forum/viewtopic.php?p=2101#2101


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