The United Nations has issued a dire warning! ACUTE Hunger Set To Rise In More Than 20 Countries!! While the warning is mostly for countries in Africa, they include Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan and Haiti, citing ‘climate shocks, wars, and CoVid as the instigators.
At the end of their plea, the UN states, ‘all we need is $5.5 billion – this year…’
Deutsche Welle picked up the article and ran with it.
Just Give Us Money, More Money and More!
According to their latest financial statements, as of 2018, the UN has accumulated Assets of over $8.3 billion – granted they have liabilities, in fact they have a whopper – $5billion for “Employee Benefits” as listed on page 227 of their 331 page audited Financials. Salaries accounted for 43% of Expenses. Grants accounted for 29% of Expenses. According to Note 61, Short Term benefits tallying a liability of $2.2 million include: ‘paid sick leave, maternity/paternity leave and other short-term benefits (death grant, education grant, reimbursement of taxes and home leave travel) provided to current employees.
And then there is the Allowance For Doubtful Assessed Contributions Receivable – money that countries pledge and never pay – equal to nearly 50%.
They are a veritable JOKE.
Yemen and Syria are blighted by ridiculously endless wars re-ignited most recently by Biden’s WH, after being previously destroyed under Obama’s reign. Since Biden shut down the US oil and gas pipeline, the WH decided to go back to Syria and confiscate their Oil – taking 300 tankers from Hasaka to Iraq in one day… depriving the Syrian people of a source of revenue to fight Acute Hunger! A Tangled WEB.
Essentially the United Nations is asking for more money of which only 29% will be allocated back to countries that the UN/NATO bombed and criminally stole from – depriving them of money – while spending the rest on salaries, benefits and Overhead.
Haiti is experiencing a 20% inflation rate predominantly due to extended gang violence and theft. Haiti has recorded a total of 251 deaths by CoVid over a year’s span. Their economy is fragile as it is ruled by natural disasters, political instability and gangs. CoVid be damned. Yemen recorded a total number of CoVid cases of 3278, and Nigeria reported 2000 deaths related to CoVid out of a population of 201 million – .000995%.
What is the reality? What causes famine in these countries?
Nigeria experiences droughts – much like California. A large issue for both is the failure to create reservoirs that will capture water during rainy periods. Instead, the water is literally poured down the drain. While balancing a corrupt government, and Boko Haram, Nigeria also is plagued by agriculture incompetence:
“…deforestation, bush burning, overgrazing and poor cropping methods, which reduce water retention of the soil, and improper soil conservation techniques, which lead to soil degradation. Between 1950 and 2006, the Nigerian livestock population grew from 6 million to 66 million, an 11-fold increase. The forage needs of livestock exceeded the carrying capacity of its grasslands….” Federal Republic of Nigeria; Drought Plan 2018
Therefore, the means of reducing food insecurity is 1. Stop the wars and bombing. 2. Teach proper agriculture techniques, 3. Preserve water through the creation of reservoirs, 4. Arrest ALL gang members permanently, 5. And Most Importantly, tell the UN we will no longer pay their salaries and expenses because they have accomplished nothing of value while sitting on their $8billion in assets.
In essence, all taxpayers are the shareholders of the UN and should have a voice in how they dole out our precious cashola! Taxpayers – NOT politicians.
Exactly how would the UN determine it needs $5.5 billion ‘per year’ in addition to their membership and voluntary contributions?
The UN whines for money nearly every year. One of their more disreputable agencies is delightfully called Peacekeeping. Of course, that would not apply to Sudan, Nigeria, Haiti, Kuwait, Yemen, Syria, North Korea, Somalia, Libya, Mali and Myanmar, which have been engaged in conflicts sometimes for decades.
War does not make for a productive society – which is likely why the Deep State has been busily inciting violence across the US and EU. So we too can become just as economically and socially wealthy as Africa.
UN wanted more money to fight Ebola, to fight the legal cases for sexual assaults perpetrated by their “Peacekeepers”. UN failed to approve call to end Tigray Violence. UN Silent on Rohingya refugee genocide in China, UN wants more money for climate change. UN calls for all religions to be under the authority of the UN… and the creation of a tithing fund…
United Nations – What We Do: Maintain International Peace and Security. Really? Well you failed. And not just a wee bit.
Since 1945, the UN has delivered a world of chaos into abject chaos while scarfing down tremendous salary and benefit packages for its burgeoning 44,000 employees.
And Finally, the United Nations prepared a “Roundup of the Security Council’s Activities” for the year 2020 in whole And this is what they brag earned their salaries: 1. They held 238 virtual meetings, 2. Adopted 57 resolutions geared toward their CoVid virtual response within their offices, and 3. Issued 13 presidential statements. And THAT Cost us over $6 billion.
Are You Angry Yet?