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After UN Staff Call Guterres Racist He Rebuffs Qs In Mercedes Now Hides Behind Fall Et Al

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UN GATE, June 15 – The United Nations in the time of Antonio Guterres has devolved not only into corruption and censorship, but also racism. 

  Inner City Press has published Guterres memo to UN staff to not join the George Floyd protests, here, and noted that his Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric's "press briefings," as controlled by UN Global Communicator Melissa Fleming, have no African journalists, no questions about South Sudan or DRC or Cameroon, which killed journalist Samuel Wazizi. There was Fleming's precessor stealing member states' money meant for Swahili broadcasting, and recent colonial "LOOTING IN MIDTOWN: MY ACCOUNT."

   On June 8, when Guterres was asked the question of his own staff and ex-staff's view of him as a colonial racist, he rebuffed the questions and did not answer, on way from mansion to Mercedes. Video here.

After Inner City Press on June 13 published yet another actual UN staff letter to the editor trashing Guterres' UN as racist, past midnight on June 15 the UN sent out for "recirculation" a depressing and archaic letter praising the Dear Leader: "United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres stated that “we need to raise our voices against all expressions of racism and instances of racist behaviour”.... We welcome the initiatives by the Secretary-General to strengthen the global anti-racism discourse, which would address systemic racism at all levels, as well as its impact wherever it exists, including in the United Nations Organization itself... (*) All signatories listed below are senior UN officials who hold the rank of Under Secretary- General. They signed this Op Ed in their personal capacity: Tedros ADHANOM GHEBREYESUS Mahamat Saleh ANNADIF Zainab BANGURA Winnie BYANYIMA Mohamed Ibn CHAMBAS Adama DIENG François Lounceny FALL Bience GAWANAS Gilbert HOUNGBO Bishar A. HUSSEIN Natalia KANEM Mukhisa KITUYI Jeremiah Nyamane MAMABOLO Phumzile MLAMBO-NGCUKA Mankeur NDIAYE Parfait ONANGA-ANYANGA Moussa D. OUMAROU Pramila PATTEN Vera SONGWE Hanna TETTEH Ibrahim THIAW Leila ZERROUGUI."  This was sent out by a nice UN staffer who made money from the bribes of Ng Lap Seng's South South News. Depressing. Guterres (and some of the above, for example Francois Fall who justifies the killing of Anglophones in Cameroon as "extremists") must go.

And another question: Where is even Guterres' Deputy Amina J. Mohammed on this list? More to follow.

 While the UN and Guterres use Africa to raise most of their money (while providing no accountability to those raped in Central African Republic, and given COVID-19 in South Sudan by UN busses with no social distancing), there has not been a single African journalist on any of the virtual noon briefing held by Guterres' spokesman Stephane Dujarric.

  Nearly all of those questioning Dujarric in his $10 million apartment on East 86th Street in Manhattan are themselves in expensive apartments.

  There is Reuters retiree Evelyn Leopold, and CBS News blowhard Pam Falk. There is a new guy from Deutsch Presse Agentur. Off-screen in a Brooklyn Heights townhouse and apparently on the run is Margaret Besheer of Voice of America. Also off-screen in an expensive part of Brooklyn is FP's Colum Lynch, silent on censorship but most recently over-estimating China's monetary contributions to the UN by a power of 100, here.

  Sure, there are a few foreign correspondents (and part time adjunct professors) from the Middle East.

   But no Africans. And, relatedly, no questions about Africa, despite outrages like the UNMISS no social distancing bus in South Sudan, and Guterres' covering up for Cameroon's disappeared octogenarian president Paul Biya.   

At the IMF virtual briefing on April 15, transcript here, there were questions taken from journalists in Ghana, and Inner City Press' questions taken by name on Cote d'Ivoire and Zambia, on which Dujarric not only didn't answer the question Inner City Press submitted in three format, but blocked Inner City Press on Twitter and on WhatsApp through which he said he took questions. The overall blocking, and exclusion of these questions, is perpetuated by Melissa Fleming, also broadcasting from a huge apartment.

   Guterres' UN is racist, a censor, and a fraud. It should be defunded, like and beyond WHO. Watch this site. 


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