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UNSG Antonio Guterres Flew to Lisbon To Politicize Religious Order In Bid For 2d Term

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Song I Song II
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 1 –  Antonio Guterres' four years as UN Secretary General have consisted of diplomatic failures, cover-ups of UN sexual abuse and UN bribers, including his own connections with convicted briber CEFC China Energy, and banning of the Press that asked.  

Now at New Years 2021, violating what the public is told to do with the UN's WHO and by Joe Biden, among others, Guterres has traveled on vacation to Portugal (and, it's been said, then to the UK).

  There in Portugal, a craven religious order has debased itself by calling him a man of peace while not doing basic research into Guterres cover up of child rape - sadly, it's birds of a feather: "The custodian of the Sacred Convent of Assisi announced that the 'Lamp of Peace of San Francisco”, granted annually, will be given in 2021 to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres.  'The motivation that led us to this recognition is his tireless work of political mediation in the complexity of our world that is struggling with so many conflicts, wars, injustices and degradation of human beings and creation; a deep commitment to a dialogical and cordial style, a style of fraternal humanism, as we, the friars of the Sacred Convent, call it ”, explained Fr. Marco Moroni, speaking of the Portuguese official.  António Guterres is praised for his “political activity lived as a vocation at the service of the common good."

  Beyond the ghoulish praise by a Catholic group of a man whose UN Partnerships representative Amir Dossal was on the board of Ghislaine Maxwell's Terramar Project, and won't answer the Press on that or UN child rapes, instead roughed it up and banned, why are they involved in politics at all? Who oversees them?

 Why did Guterres thumb his nose as his own organization's directives and travel to Portugal?

Was it meet up with his son Pedro, whose African business deals like a meeting with Rwanda Paul Kagame Guterres has refused to disclose or explain, when banned Inner City Press asked?   

Well, with Guterres in Lisbon, that city's and his organ of choice Expresso has begun Guterres' campaign for an entirely unmerited second term as SG, with Helder Gomes writing (or reciting, dictated by Guterres) that "the former Portuguese prime minister will fulfill the next 12 months with the promised US return to multilateralism. For now, Guterres maintains the taboo, but has already indicated that he still has a lot to do."  

More bribes to take? More civilians to sell out, as he has the Anglophones of Cameroon?

 If the UN is to retain or even regain any of its credibility, there can be no second term. Just say no to Guterres. Song I here. Watch this site.


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