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As UNSC Admits Norway Kenya India Ireland & Mexico Questions of Genocide & Censorship

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UN GATE, Jan 2 – The United Nations is supposedly run by its Security Council. But with Secretary General Antonio Guterres, currently violation New York COVID-19 quarantine guidance on a Lisbon vacation, having banned Inner City Press from the UNSC stakeout and all UN press briefings, what will the incoming Security Council members do? This is a test. 

On January 1, five countries entered the UN Security Council for two years.

There is Norway, which while claiming to be positive on press freedom has refused to answer or acknowledge written questions from Inner City Press about Mona Juul's and Terje Roed Larsen's connections and funding from notorious sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.  

  Inner City Press has been asking about the targeted slaughter of civilians in Cameroon - genocide - the impunity of the UN on bringing cholera to Haiti, Western Sahara and sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers.

  Guterres' spokespeople Stephane Dujarric and Melissa Fleming have been refusing to answer questions even in writing, and refusing to provide any avenue to appeal the ban.

   The UN Dispute Tribunal purported to order Inner City Press to destroy leaked evidence of UN sexual abuse, so Inner City Press has appealed to the UN Appeals Tribunal. But that is not a real hearing on UN censorship. It's up to these member states.

  There are four other entrants - Kenya, India, Mexico and Ireland - which Inner City Press will be writing to and reviewing in the days to come. What do they stand for? Watch this site.


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