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UN Guterres on Abiy Shares With Johnson Sirleaf Both Have Corrupt Sons But UN Censors

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 28 – While the UN belatedly admits and expresses concern that Tigrayan troops in the UN Peacekeeping Mision in South Sudan were suddenly "repatriated" -- the same thing the UN does for troops from Cameroon when they are charged with rape in the Central African Republic -- its Secretary General Antonio Guterres who refuses Press questions now on November 28 has a canned readout.

It is with Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, with whom Guterres shares issues nepotism and a corrupt son, though Guterres never answers or even is directed asked about his son Pedro Guimarães e Melo De Oliveira Guterres (see here.) The readout:

"On Friday, the Secretary-General spoke by telephone with Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, the former President of Liberia. She informed him of the contacts held between the Envoys of President Cyril Ramaphosa in his capacity as President of the African Union, namely Joaquim Chissano, former President of Mozambique and Kgalema Motlanthe, former President of South Africa, with the Ethiopian authorities, particularly with the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed.  The Secretary-General expressed his grave concern" -- yeah.

  Johnson-Sirleaf has been asked why the National Oil Company of Liberia ran into bankruptcy and massive corruption with the disappearance of US$30 to US$40 million under the watch of her son, Mr. Robert Sirleaf as Chairman of the Board - but to avoid being asked "Where's Pedro" (doing business in Rwanda and now with Explorer Investments), Guterres had the Press roughed up and banned.

 Guterres is a liar, and the spokespeople particularly Florencia Soto Nino Martinez, ostensibly on duty today but not answering even one of Inner City Press' questions unlike even WHO, is stealing public money. Watch this site.

"The Secretary-General is deeply concerned over the unfolding situation in the Tigray region of Ethiopia and its surrounding area. Amid reports of a potential military offensive into the regional capital of Mekelle, he urges the leaders of Ethiopia to do everything possible to protect civilians, uphold human rights and ensure humanitarian access for the provision of much-needed assistance. He also calls for the free and safe movement of people searching for safety and assistance, regardless of their ethnic identity, across both national and international borders. Stephane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General."

Dujarric has refused all Press questions about Ethiopia, and Cameroon, and Guterres' son Pedro Guimarães e Melo De Oliveira Guterres doing business in Africa while his father is UNSG.

Today's UN is corrupt and has not credibility.


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