Never trust the United Nations

I never have and never will trust the so-called United Nations because they’re simply anything “but” united. Not only that but also for their role in what happened in Rwanda since the 50’s up until the Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994.

Editor

RE: “New UN Secretary General must keep his word” (The New Times, January 12).

 

I never have and never will trust the so-called United Nations because they’re simply anything “but” united. Not only that but also for their role in what happened in Rwanda since the 50’s up until the Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994.

 

Anyone with less amnesia than most should remember this. Most nations that make up the illusory organisation either willfully disregard or are in complete darkness (which is doubtful) about inner workings of that establishment.

 

Its main mandate is to ensure the perpetual dominion of the West and its “allies” on the rest of member states. This needs to be repeated incessantly even if these words hopelessly fall in a pair of ears, one person at a time. It’s the honest truth. No matter how uncomfortable.

Ali Rukariza

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