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As UN Kills Congolese It Says They Were Stealing Rice As Guterres Censors From Vacation

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UN GATE, July 27 – After UN troops in Eastern Congo shot civilians, on July 27 in a UN briefing the Press was banned from UN official Khassim Diagne said that those shots were "looters," defined as those making off with bags of rice.

  That is, under UNSG Antonio Guterres, the UN had moved from killing Haitian with cholera to shooting Congolese who are hungry, and serving up justifications to state media in ill-attended briefings from which Guterres and his media accreditation official Melissa Fleming ban Inner City Press.  

 The justification of shooting civilains was coordinated on July 27 by deputy spokesman Farhan Haq. Lead spokesman Stephane Dujarric, like Guterres, remained on vacation while the UN kills civilians in the Congo.

Inner City Press will have more on this. It has asked each of the above named about the killings, about UN corruption and censorship, and to respond to these: protester Jack Sinzahera said: "We have our own police that will look after our security and property. We don't want anything to do with Monusco." and "They are tear-gassing us because we came to say that Monusco does not help us," protester Anselme Musimbwa said "They've been in Congo for 22 years and nothing works;" and 

On DRC, immediately confirm or deny: At least five people have died during protests against a UN peacekeeping force in Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Local media have reported that they were shot by the peacekeepers.  The UN mission, known as Monusco, has not responded to these reports. - on deadline.  No answers.

Today's UN is corrupt. 


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