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At UN Guterres Wants $290M For Power Grab He Trades Cameroon For Before Flying to Lisbon Via Ghana

By Matthew Russell Lee, CJR Letter PFT Q&A

UNITED NATIONS, September 11 – In the UN Budget session that culminated in the physical ouster of Inner City Press covering failed reforms on July 3, one of the few “wins” of Secretary General Antonio Guterres was a power-grab of the Resident Coordinator system for his Deputy Amina J. Mohammed. On September 11 with Inner City Press banned from the UN for the 70th day by Guterres and his Global Censor Alison Smale, member states heard Guterres say he wants $290 million for this “reform.” The Maldives for AOSIS and SIDS expressed skepticism - and then Guterres left, set aftr lunch with US Nikki Hall to fly off for six full days including his 15th publicly funded stop over in Lisbon, with the funeral of his predecessor Kofi Annan as the pretext. The US, which on September 10 lost a vote in the General Assembly 158-1 saying it opposes Chinese domination of UN development (while according to the UN of Guterres and Smale supporting, even requesting, the censorship of the Press which reports on UN bribery by Ng Lp Seng, Patrick Ho and China Energy Fund Committee), praised Guterres reforms just as they praise his drive to move host country jobs out of the country. For these reforms, specifically for bureaucratic help of the Budget Committee chairman Tommo Monthe of Cameroon, Guterres stayed quiet on the killing of Anglophones by Cameroon's Paul Biya. Some reform(er).


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