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UN Security Council To Be Full of Lies Amid Failures From Cameroon To Press Censorship

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Periscope
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UN GATE, Nov 11  – In the United Nations from which SG Antonio Guterres has banned Inner City Press 862 days for asking about his complicity in the killing of civilians in Cameroon, poisoning them in Haiti with cholera and COVID in South Sudan, and their mass imprisonment by China in Xinjiang, now the UN Security Council is going on a retreat. Or staying home, retreating, see below.

On November 1 Inner City Press wrote to the Mission of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, as November's UN Security Council president, with questions including about Haiti, Yemen and Cameroon.

 Inner City Press specifically asked to be provided the WebEx codes to be able to ask its questions. No answer, then or since. The UNSC is following and complicit with Guterres' censorship.

  And now this review of their UNSC workshop, critiquing the partial view of their partner(s) -- 

... To be held on 12 and 13 November in New York City, the government of Finland is convening the workshop, in cooperation with Security Council Report, the School of International and Public Affairs of Columbia University, and the Security Council Affairs Division of the UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs. 

   Inner City Press: Rest assured, Guterres' DPPA run by Rosemary DiCarlo, complicit in his censorship, is not going to admit or be honest about the UNSC's failures, for example on the killings in Cameroon, as before in Sri Lanka.

Elected in June, India, Ireland, Kenya, Mexico, and Norway will serve on the Council in 2021-2022.

  Inner City Press: As simply one example, for now, Norway's mission is run by Mona Juul, who has refused to answer about Jeffrey Epstein's loans, presumptively to her as well. Oh and have we mentioned, Comrade Ralph of this month's president was accused of sexual abuse? We'll have more on this too.

To be addressed in this session include: On which issues has the Council engaged most effectively in 2020 and what lessons learned can be applied to other cases? In which situations could the Council do better in 2021? Where do incoming members hope to make the most difference during their forthcoming terms, and what are their priorities? 

 It is hard to find successes, and failures will not be admitted to. It is a self-serving as well as censoring organization.

The second session of the workshop will allow outgoing members (Belgium, the Dominican Republic, Germany, Indonesia, and South Africa) to reflect on their time on the Council and to impart lessons learned.

  Inner City Press: Again, simply for examples, Indonesia's mission is so corrupt that as soon as Inner City Press tweeted them a question about West Papua, they blocked Inner City Press on Twitter. Germany virtual signaled about masks - then stripped them off at the stakeout. No answers. None of the UNSC members have done anything about Press censorship right in front of them. Any institution that cannot handle criticism is dying. We'll have more on this.

On November 1 when St Vincent four soon to be five time Prime Minister Comrade Ralph Gonsalves took questions, there were only two questions, a new low. There was a softball question about elections, and a colonial question from Agence France Presse - nothing on Cameroon, or Cote d'Ivoire, or Gonsalves' purported interest, Haiti.

   Inner City Press live tweeted it, here, and streamed some, here.

Here's is the UNSC Program of Work for November - with Inner City Press banned from any entry of the UN, pure censorship: Yemen on November 11, Somalia on November 23, a two day workshop with a presumptive supporter of child sex trafficking on November 12-13.

When Guterres' spokes- / hatchetman Stephane Dujarric holds his noon briefings this month while refusing all questions from Inner City Press despite an on camera promise. And St. Vincent and "Comrade" Ralph? We'll report.

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