071127-N-8395K-001 UN Security Council by Marion Doss
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The United Nations Organization was created
by the Colonial Powers;
for the Colonial Powers;
of the Colonial Powers, plus a few dozen of their nominally freed colonies on October 24, 1945. This past Thursday was its sixty-sixth birthday celebration, or United Nations Day.
The Colonial Powers' purpose in creating the UN was to prevent further wars between themselves, like those begun in 1914 and 1945, wars that devastated their homelands and lands of their captive non-white populations, which had included the wealthiest cultures and most advanced civilizations of the world.
The second of these cataclysmic world wars had been staggeringly profitable, in mind-boggling amounts, for US banks and the top fifty US corporations, which had heavily invested in, and joint-ventured with, a prostate Nazi Germany (loser in the first war), raising it to number one military power in five years. So at the time the World Powers created the United Nations, the United States of America had the upper hand as the single world superpower thanks to its enormous war profit wealth and military might.
In the days running up to UN Day, October 24, some of us started tuning in to the United Nations TV Channel. This writer is quite used to viewing absurd and illogical films that through psyop, omission and selection are convincing to a majority of viewers, like for example, the films falsely labeled documentaries that one can watch on The History Channel, Frontline and the United Nations Channel. However, on the evening of the 21st, I was taken aback, baffled, by a disgusting "documentary' concerning elections in Libya some two years after the UN mandated destruction of what was wealthy, prosperous Green Arab Socialist Libya, which had been designated by the UN itself as having the 53rd highest quality of life index, higher than nine European nations including Russia. 
This UN film on Libyan elections, elections overseen by heaven knows what Western neo-colonialist forces was not one of those smooth, slick and careful international community of investors attempts to turn the truth upside down. It wasn't nice to look at.
Throughout the film the camera would revert to staid in demeanor, white in complexion, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, in an upright sitting posture "explaining' a bloody and sordid story of slaughter as a UN achievement helping Libyans overthrow "Gadaffi's terrible government', cruelly lying that Libyans were now voting for first time.
Portraits of the stately and dispassionate authoritative figure of the Grand Inquisitor of fourteenth century Spain by Goya and Francis Bacon came to mind.
Ian Martin, a former television comedy script writer, now a high UN officer spoke with polished upper class cool and diffident British accent in easy authority. This national of the Britain that had colonially occupied and then controlled and bilked, milked and thieved Libya of its oil wealth until a young officer Gadaffi stopped it, whose fellow Englishmen had in 2011 flow warplanes bombing Tripoli as nearly a million Libyans out of a total population of six wildly and desperately demonstrated with green flags and posters with Gadaffi's photo, this British UN official was incomprehensibly, chosen by the filmmaker to fool us.
The Libyans having been herded like sheep and corralled by British French and US warplanes are put to be tended to by a British wolf, disguised in UN grandmotherly clothing.
The Western Colonial Powers style democracy this wolf is helping the UN implant is the type of democracy of American and European globalizing imperialism. Approved honchos to be chosen from to rule over the spread out tribes of a Libya that has its cities now occupied by goons and terrorists armed by the CIA, and its British, French, NATO, Israeli, Saudi, Turkish and Qatar branches, all responding to the interests of the international community of speculative investors in wars led from Wall Street.
The imperialist investors have the media they own cry, democracy, democracy, democracy! But their parliamentary centralized state democracy is ultimately ruled by bankers in each of the NATO countries that together with the US superpower democracy blew away the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya ("Jamahiriya' means ;state of the masses'), a well run prosperous and wealthy nation, which provided free health care and secondary education to all its citizens.
US democracy along with European democracy, tried many times to unsuccessfully assassinate Muammar Gadaffi, continually attempted to assassinate Fidel Castro, with their UN's assistance and working together they got the job done earlier brutally on Congo's heroic President Patrice Lumumba. and in 2011 finally saw to Gadaffi gruesome assassiation of getting a knife up his backside.
Ian Martin can take for granted our understanding of the strength of the European style of the democracy he is shoving down the thoughts of Libyans. Everyone knows, especially the non-white majority of mankind (bitterly), how British style democracy enabled a small primitive backward uncivilized nation to conquer, rule and plunder, albeit savagely, more than half the Earth including its most advanced and higher developed cultures. Its democracy had for years allowed its children of paupers to be chained to the machines they worked overnight, and oversaw the starvation of a million Irish. But the English still parade before us as paragons of virtue in front of their wealth stolen from every corner of the world.
Gadaffi, who the UN helped murder, had said in his marvelous, straight forward, common sense speech before the UN General Assembly less than a year before his assassination, "If we do not have democratic rule at the United Nations, how can we demand it for the rest of the world? We joined the United Nations because we thought we were equals, only to find that one country can object to all the decisions we make. Who gave the permanent members their status in the Security Council? Four of them granted this status to themselves. The only country that we in this Assembly elected to permanent member status in the Security Council is China. This was done democratically, but the other seats were imposed upon us undemocratically through a dictatorial procedure carried out against our will, and we should not accept it."
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