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Dangerous animals should be kept in strong cages
A government press release says that
The New Zealand Government is providing strong support for the candidacy of Helen Clark for the position of Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
After Herr Helen get a taste of her own jackboot in the last election I thought that she’d get a Comintern/UN job. However, I was hoping that the UN had a post on Mars that they could send her to; they could send Heather Simpson (H2) as well and call the place Sappho.
Helen is clearly the wrong person for the UNDP job. Have a look at this from the press release:
Established in 1965 the UNDP is the most broadly focussed development agency in the UN system. By its mandate, UNDP has programmes in all developing countries, including those in the Pacific and is the largest provider of development assistance in the UN system. UNDP’s work focuses on democratic governance, poverty reduction, crisis prevention and recovery, energy and environment, and HIV/AIDS.
What would the woman who bought in the Electoral Finance Act* and who gave herself much more control over the police and courts know about “democratic governance”?
On the other hand, she’s probably an expert on HIV/AIDS in view of the fact that so many of her friends are homosexuals. Also, she’s definitely an expert on corruption and that is an essential qualification for anyone who wants to work at the UN.
Helen is all for one world government and I’m sure that the job will feed her lust for power. Birds of a feather flock together and I’m sure that she’ll be happy as a pig in muck when mixing with a bunch of totalitarian bureaucrats, handing out crackers to the unwashed proletariat whilst getting paid handsomely with money stolen from taxpayers.
I just wish that the White Witch would vanish into obscurity, or (preferably) vanish altogether. New Zealand should not elevate dangerous animals to positions of power.
What do you think about the idea of Helen working at the UNDP?
* see my post There is no such thing as “human rights”: a classical liberal perspective on the Electoral Finance Act. That post a contains a link to a summary of the law.