UN flounders as elitists laugh
Reaction to Trump speech shows why body is so distrusted Europe’s most powerful operator, it’s why Britain is in the Brexit mess it is.
What an increasing number of what people want, and what the United Nations dreams of, are two completely separate things.
Our Prime Minister, of course, buys into the UN view of matters lock, stock and barrel. She has busied herself this week on things like mass migration, climate change, and Syria.
It’s halls full of luvvies congratulating each other, air kissing, and talking smack.
When it comes to the aforementioned issues, they were talking about them last year as well, and the year before . . . . . .
And for those who buy into all this, they’ll turn up next year and repeat words like, “something must be done, this is our time, we must act before it’s too late, we are on the precipice of no return”.
Then the luvvies will applaud and retire for champagne and canapes, reassuring themselves they are changing the world — when in fact no such thing is happening.
And no such thing is happening because the rules are buggered, and they don’t want to change them. The veto on the Security Council, the old world permanent members of the Security Council — it’s all designed to produce a stalemate.
And sadly given it’s now a club where thousands of jobs and lavish lifestyles are funded, the incentive to address any of this have long since vanished.
So they pretend they’re important and snigger at any outsiders.
And the sad thing is, we, as a member, support all this.
Donald Trump was laughed at while addressing the United Nations General Assembly this week.