A Close Look at the United Nations
By David Holcberg (Enter Stage Right, March 14, 2003)
A close look at the United Nations reveals that this evil and corrupt organization not only welcomes terrorist regimes as members, it honors them.
Libya was recently selected by more than fifty African countries to chair the U.N. Commission on Human Rights. Iraq, which has for decades worked to acquire nuclear bombs and to build up its arsenal of chemical and biological weapons, and Iran, the leading state sponsor of terrorism according to the U.S. State Department, will soon head the United Nations Conference on Disarmament. France, Russia and China, all permanent members of the U.N. Security Council, which now includes Syria, have extensive economic ties with terrorist regimes such as Iraq, Iran and North Korea, and provide those regimes with all manner of armaments, including materials and technology to produce nuclear weapons.
In this context, seeking U.N. approval to attack terrorist regimes is as hopeless and immoral as seeking the Mafia's approval to attack criminals.