U.N., Stop the Criticism
U.N Deputy, Mark Malloch Brown sniped at the U.S. over withholding support(money) from the United Nations. He griped about
Washington's tolerance of what he called "too much unchecked U.N.-bashing and stereotyping."
Mr. Mallock Brown was especially critical of the U.N.'s conservative critics.
He lamented that the good works of the U.N. are largely lost because "much of the public discourse that reaches the U.S heartland has been largely abandoned to its loudest detractors such as Rush Limbaugh and Fox News."
Hey Mr. Mallock Brown! It's called the "Freedom of Speech". The United States has a Constitution that protects our right to criticize our government and to speak and publish the truth. I know those of you in the U.N. keep forgetting about things like that.
I'd like to hear about those "good works" the U.N. does, but its hard when you keep tripping over:
1. The U.N. child sex scandals
2. The oil-for-food scandal in Iraq
3. The cronyism of Annan, his son and aides
4. The ridiculous practice of naming tyrannical dictators to the Human Rights Committee
5. The anti-Semitism of U.N. resolutions
6. That stupid wealth redistribution scheme called Kyoto
7. The willful disregard of American laws by "U.N. Ambassadors" and their staff
I agree with John Bolton:
Bolton said Malloch Brown's "condescending, patronizing tone about the American people" was the worst part about the speech.
Newsmax and NYTimes