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Guterres Weak on Ukraine as Deputy Biased on Kenya Leaks Show as USUN Allows Press Ban

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

UN GATE, April 13 – UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres accommodates and supports not only China but Russia, leaks (allegedly by Jack Teixeira of the Massachusetts Air National Guard) now confirm that even the US Administration knows.

"Guterres emphasized his efforts to improve Russia's ability to export," the leak says, "even if that involves sanctioned Russian entities or individuals... [Guterres is] undermining broader efforts to hold Moscow accountable for its actions in Ukraine."  

But why does the US Administration continue to publicly praise Guterres, and allow him to ban media he doesn't like, as he helps Russia sell its ammonia and China control more and more of the UN? 

 Inner City Press has reported on Guterres' connivance with China (and its convicted bribery arm CEFC China Energy), before Guterres banned it from the UN where his spokespeople Stephane Dujarric and Melissa Fleming refuses its written questions on these and other topics. 

 Also exposed is Guterres deputy Amina J. Mohammed, trashing Kenya's Ruto.  Amina Mohammed says that Kenya's president, William Ruto, is "ruthless" and that she "doesn't trust him."

  She was previously exposed as backdating CITES certificates for endangered rosewood from Nigeria and Cameroon to China, and colluded in Guterres' ban on Inner City Press. Now what?

  Inner City Press has appealed its ban, to UN Security boss Gilles Michaud as PGA President Csaba Korosi's spokesperson Paulina Kubiak directed. Still, no answer.

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