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UN Guterres Bloviates in Central Asia While Xi Goes Tajik Having Guterres in Fox Hunt Hand

by Matthew Russell Lee

UN GATE, July 6 -- How corrupt is today's UN? Well, SG Antonio Guterres while failing on Gaza and Ukraine has been on a Central Asia junket, in which he met and sucked up to Xi Jinping - who right after went and took Tajikistan's side in its water and border dispute with the Kyrgyz Republic.  

 While Guterres went to both countries and held "press availabilities" with Emomali Rahmon and FM ZHEENBEK KULUBAEV with no press questions - while banning Inner City Press from even entering the UN where it was a resident correspondent under Kofi Annan and Ban Ki-moon - Guterres said not a word about the dispute.

  Xi and China own Guterres, and use him for their Operation Fox Hunt plans, books coming.

The UN can't even solve or have an impact on this one. All it can do it take bribes and ban the Press that asks.


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