domingo, abril 03, 2005

ONU/ corrupción/ Saddam

Hace un par de días la Comisión que investiga la presunta corrupción en el programa humanitario de la ONU para Irak exculpó a Kofi Annan de cualquier implicación que pudiera haber tenido de corrupción en el programa.
Pero no puedo dejar de indignarme cuando leo las opiniones de los iraquíes al respecto, por ejemplo, Ali, de Free Iraqi dice:
There's nothing surprising about the extent of corruption inside the UN to me and most Iraqis. We saw those shining names in Saddam's days dining with his thugs in his palaces. The same big hot shots that attacked Saddam's regime fiercely and then dramatically changing their attitude once they get to meet him and get a grip of the reality on the ground in Iraq.
Más tarde:
Can anyone tell me what good the UN was for the Iraqi people? What did I gain from that seat that was given to one of Saddam's thugs to sit and babble like he's the equal of those sitting next to him; men and women who truly represented their nations? I'll tell you what I gained from that. More years for Saddam and his gang in power, more years of torture and fear, more years of death to my friends and relatives, more years of desperation and miserable life. All this while those elegant respectable figures in the UN were filling their stomachs with the Iraqi people's flesh and blood. Do we need to repeat that?
Qué asco ¿Verdad?
La ONU, utilizada de tonto (o no) útil por tiranos genocidas, para poder seguir masacrando a sus pueblos.

1 Comments:

Blogger Rabbateur said...

Pues si, Leeuw. Las instituciones internacionales, están demostrando que estan consumidas por la carcoma de LA CORRUPCIÓN Y LA SOSPECHA . Mucho han de sacudirse las alfombras, para que vuelvan a tener de nuevo credibilidad organizaciones como la ONU. Porque, de momento, su crédito está bajo cero.
Saludos liberales.

1:49 p. m.  

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