UN Glorifies Castro, Showing The World Why The Failed Organization Is Nothing More Than A Den For Dictators
Today’s United Nations is the antithesis of the bastion of humanity First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt championed over six decades ago. Walking through the corridors of power at the UN building in New York are some of the worst violators of human rights, theocrats, autocrats, sadists, and madmen. Built on a blueprint of tragic irony, the UN isn’t just an inept, isolated institution, but a disease of moral decay metastasizing through the beating heart of human dignity.
On Saturday, the head of this decrepit international body showed the world, once again, what the United Nations has become. In a glowing review that would make even Cuba’s secret police and prison torturers blush, UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon celebrated the life of Fidel Castro, calling the deranged dictator “a strong voice for social justice” via a spokesman.
“At this time of national mourning, I offer the support of the United Nations to work alongside the people of the island,” the UN chief told reporters at the Global Sustainable Transport Conference in Turkmenistan. “Under former President Castro, Cuba made advances in the fields of education, literacy, and health. I hope that Cuba will continue to advance on a path of reform and greater prosperity.”
Offering his personal condolences to current Cuban tyrant Raul Castro, and the rest of the Castro family, Ban then deployed his spokesman in New York to broadcast a wildly hagiographic story of Fidel’s life.