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UN must reform or die 2

Condoleeza Rice pulls out her guns once again. This time she’s telling the UN that it must reform or it will die. Condoleeza seems to have all the answers to the world’s problems, and the sharpshooter Condoleeza’s answer always seems to involve shooting her big guns.

Ms Rice said Mr Bolton, who has pledged to work to improve UN accountability and has complained of overlapping programs and mandates, was needed to help update and reform the organization.

Mr Bolton has said that the UN needs US leadership to get it back on track, and that it should focus more on human rights violations and international terrorism.

The UN cannot survive unless it is lead by the US and preemptively attacks countries to counter “terrorism”. I have a solution; how about Ms. Rice heads the UN, and her and Mr. Bush can make all decisions at their own discretion. Ms. Rice would have the right to veto Mr. Bush, but she wouldn’t because they will always agree. If another country doesn’t agree with Mr. Bush or Ms. Rice, that is grounds to attack said country. After all, a country belongs to an axis of evil if they don’t agree with the US.

This would be a perfect would. A world police without any barriers; with the right to force democracy all over the world.

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16252632293116411353 iBrett

    Great picture of Ms. Rice for this post. The US is still applying the doctrine “either you’re with us or against us” a little to strictly, which continues to threaten world security. Sometimes, the US administration is the cause for lost sleep – I can’t say that’s ever happend before – and it scares the hell out of me.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04454437680686627778 Jim

    You’re right iBrett; it’s a dangerous attitude to have, and the direction things are headed have been making me feel uneasy for quite some time now. And most of the people I did have respect for in the White House have been fired or forced to quit.