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UN Guterres Covers up Ukraine War Now His 1 Claim Black Sea Grain Deal Stalls, Trammo

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UN GATE, Oct 29 – As he slowly kills the UN, Antonio Guterres has failed on Ukraine at every stage.

He assured that there would be no invasion, then through Melissa Fleming's Department of Global Communications ordered UN officials to not call it an invasion or a war. UN DGC email here.

After behind chided, below, Guterres tried to get back in the game through food. He's now been trying to raise money for commodities firm Trammo, involved in litigation in US courts for poisoning the water in Puerto Rico.

On October 29, Guterres lone claim to action on Ukraine teetered, as his spokesman Stephane Dujarric refused Inner City Press questions about UN rapist Karim Elkorany: "We’ve seen the reports from the Russian Federation regarding the suspension of their participation in the Black Sea Grain Initiative following an attack on the Russian Black Sea Fleet. We are in touch with the Russian authorities on this matter."

Later, more formally: "UN Coordinator for the Black Sea Grain Initiative, Amir Abdulla, was notified today by the delegation of the Russian Federation to the Joint Coordination Centre (JCC) of its concerns about the safety of movements of merchant vessels under the Black Sea Grain Initiative. Mr. Abdulla brought this to the attention of the Turkish and Ukrainian delegations to the JCC.   Earlier today (29 October), nine vessels (five outbound and four inbound) transited safely the maritime humanitarian corridor established by the JCC. There are more than ten vessels both outbound and inbound waiting to enter the corridor.  A joint agreement has not been reached at the JCC for the movement of inbound and outbound vessels on 30 October.  The JCC is reviewing recent developments, assessing the impact on JCC’s operations and is discussing next steps."

 What a failure. Oct 29 song here.

 We'll have more on this.

Predictably and some would say intentionally, Guterres got played. Because he's spend six years (so far) calling Putin papacito. Week 21 song here; Week 22 song (on Odesa) here.

 Week 23 song (on POWs) here.

   Week 33 song (including Trammo) here.

      Week 36 song including Elkorany, grain here

 Today's UN is worse that the League of Nations, which never had personnel raping children in Africa and Haiti and then flying home with impunity, while the head man and his censor (here, Melissa Fleming) ban the Press that asks what is being done for the Organization's victims. Banned Inner City Press will have more on this, as well. 


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