Posts Tagged ‘United Nations’

Syria: Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon

augustus 12, 2012

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Ki-Moon Stresses Need to Keep UN Presence in Syria

Aug 12, 2012

NEW YORK, (SANA) – Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon on Saturday hoped that the UN will still be presented in Syria after the end of the observer mission.

In a letter to the UN Security Council, Ki-Moon called for keeping a ‘flexible and effective’ presence of the UN in Syria, adding that this presence will help the UN envoy continue playing the mediating role.

M. Nassr/ M. Ismael

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Ban-Ki-Moon: posted twice to the Republic of Korea embassy in Washington, D.C.

Ban Ki-Moon was born on Tuesday, June 13, 1944 in Eumseong and he is a famous politician from South Korea of Christian religion. He was a career diplomat in South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In 1980 Ban became director of the United Nations’ International Organizations and Treaties Bureau, headquartered in Seoul. He has been posted twice to the Republic of Korea embassy in Washington, D.C. Between these two assignments he served as Director-General for American Affairs in 1990–1992. In 1992, he became Vice Chairman of the South-North Joint Nuclear Control Commission, following the adoption by South and North Korea of the Joint Declaration of the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. From 1993–1994 Ban was Korea’s deputy ambassador to the United States. He was promoted to the position of Deputy Minister for Policy Planning and International Organizations in 1995 and then appointed National Security Advisor to the President in 1996.
Ban was the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea from January 2004 to November 2006. In February 2006, he began to campaign for the office of Secretary-General. He received an MBA from Anderson School of Management at University of California, Los Angeles, and works for an investment firm in New York.

Photo:  Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are personal friends of  Ban-Ki-Moon and his wife

Libya bombed with mustard gas

september 10, 2011

LIBYA: UNITED NATIONS ALLOWS THE USE OF MUSTARD GAS BY NATO ! Residents of Bani Walid states on Al-Rai satellite station that Nato is using Mustard Gas in the town.

United Nations gave NATO a mandate to destroy Libya with uranium-bombs

juli 30, 2011

NATO’s Air Assault On Libya: Almost 17,000 Sorties, 6,387 Strike Sorties. NATO uses Depleted Uranium and bombs with an UN mandate.

Internalized Depleted Uranium (DU) can cause kidney damage, cancers of the lung and bone, skin disorders, neurocognitive disorders, chromosome damage, immune deficiency syndromes and rare kidney and bowel d

iseases. Pregnant WOMEN exposed to DU may give birth to infants with genetic defects. Once the dust has vaporized, don’t expect the problem to go away soon. As an alpha particle emitter, DU has a half life of 4.5 billion years.

Photo: victim of Depleted Uranium

A pact between UN and weapons industry

juli 10, 2011

The UN has a pact with the weapons industry: ‘We give you a mandate to destroy Libya by using bombs of Depleted Uranium if you are funding us and give us extra money to clean up the Depleted Uranium.’

Photo: victim of Depleted Uranium

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Libya was 5.000 times bombed with an UN-mandate. Bombs with Depleted Uranium.

Depleted Uranium (DU) can cause kidney damage, cancers of the lung and bone, skin disorders, neurocognitive disorders, chromosome damage, immune deficiency syndromes and rare kidney and bowel diseases. Pregnant women exposed to DU may give birth to infants with genetic defects. Once the dust has vaporized, don’t expect the problem to go away soon. As an alpha particle emitter, DU has a half life of 4.5 billion years.

A University of Michigan peer-reviewed study of births in Fallujah (Iraq) published in December 2010 found that of 547 births in Fallujah General Hospital in May of 2010, six years after the all-out US assault on that city of 300,000, in which DU weapons were reportedly used widely, 15% of babies had birth defects–a rate more than five times higher than the global average of 2-3%.

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United Nations Chicken – Recipe Without Depleted Uranium

juli 9, 2011

Clean chicken, remove head and innards. Rub paprika, sugar, salt, spice mix, oil, mustard, and pepper into chicken, under skin and inside cavity.
Open the beer and add any remaining seasoning to beer can. Place chicken over the beer can, inserting the can gently into the cavity of chicken.
Place chicken on opposite side of coals on grill. Make sure chicken is covered – use large pot if your grill cover is too small. Add coals to maintain high heat if it cools down. Make sure chicken is not directly over coals. Use an instant-read thermometer to test temperature, it should read 165 degrees F under thigh. Remove carefully and carve.

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Tomorrow, the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon will release a statement supporting the legality of the Israeli intervention against the 2010 ‘Gaza Freedom Flotilla’.
Moon is the man who, on the request of Tel Aviv and Washington, blocks all the UN resolutions critical of Israel and gave the NATO a mandate to destroy Libya with bombs of Depleted Uranium.

Libya: NATO hits oil port of Ras Lanouf

mei 16, 2011

Are the Libyan oil terminals also a part of the ‘no fly zone’ of the United Nations ? The United Nations were just telling us nonsense. They can better stop the blocking of all the UN resolutions critical of Israel if they want gain a little credibility…
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Libya: NATO hits oil port of Ras Lanouf

TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) – NATO aircraft have blasted an oil terminal in a key eastern city in a nightfall strike, Libyan TV reported, after Britain urged the alliance to widen its assault on areas controlled by ruler Moammar Gadhafi. Libya’s deputy foreign minister Khaled Kaim sharply condemned that call, describing it as a “provocation.”
The Libya TV report said NATO bombs on Sunday hit methanol tanks at the oil port of Ras Lanouf, causing leaks. NATO officials had no immediate comment…

http://english.youm7.com/News.asp?NewsID=339967&amp

Photo: V1.  Hitler authorised full-scale development work on the “pilotless airplane” in June 1942.  Pakistan, Afghanistan and Libya are now bombed by drones designed in Israel…

Libya: the ‘no-fly zone’ of the United Nations…

mei 13, 2011

Photo: NATO-bombings of Serbia made in the name of ‘human rights’ and ‘humanitarian concerns’…

Libya: the ‘no-fly zone’ of the United Nations…

mei 12, 2011

… ‘A massive gulf is now opening between what the revolutionary forces expect from NATO and what NATO is willing to give them. And this means that with no end in sight to the war, NATO must decide whether to arm the revolutionaries, target Gaddafi directly or send Western ground troops into Libya’ …

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/179321.html

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What did the Security Council vote on?
March 18, 2011|By Paul Armstrong, CNN

Acting under Chapter VII of the U.N. Charter, which provides for the use of force if needed, the Council adopted Resolution 1973 by 10 votes to zero, with five abstentions, authorizing member states “to take all necessary measures” to protect civilians and civilian populated areas under threat of attack …while excluding an occupation force.”

The resolution follows an arms embargo that the Council imposed last month when it unanimously approved sanctions against Libya, freezing the assets of its leaders and referring the ongoing violence against civilian demonstrators to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

What does the resolution mean?

An U.N.-backed international force will enforce a no-fly zone over Libya which will effectively ground Libya’s military aircraft. All flights — except those for humanitarian purposes — will be banned from Libyan airspace.

This force will also have the power to launch air strikes against Libyan ground forces — from tanks, artillery and missiles to their communications and command and control infrastructure — if they are considered to be a threat against the civilian population.

According to Barak Seener, Research Fellow in Middle Eastern Studies at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London, the wording in the resolution permitting member states to use “all necessary means” also makes pre-emptive strikes from the air at the regime’s forces legitimate.

“It’s intended to force Gadhafi back and tilt the balance in the rebel’s favor,” he told CNN.

“I think it will embolden protesters across the Arab world as it is a precedent to oppressive regimes. The resolution is saying human rights violations will not go unabated and there will be a response.”

Who backed the Security Council vote?

http://articles.cnn.com/2011-03-18/world/libya.military.action.explainer_1_benghazi-security-council-vote-moammar-gadhafi?_s=PM:WORLD