Saturday, March 19, 2011

Why We Can't Count On The U.N.

E.J. Dyer:
[T]he perspective fostered in the modern Western mind is that of the pre-adolescent. The world’s happenings are an incoherent mishmash of impressions and inexplicable eruptions, about which the most important things are who is at fault, who might be considered at fault, and how everyone feels about us as it all unfolds. The leaders of the Western world have never seemed so much like a classroom of 4th-graders, making garbled arguments to each other after 15 minutes spent perusing their Weekly Readers.

The U.N. is a flawed and corrupt institution, designed to hamstring any positive leadership and shield bad actors from accountability.


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