The corrupt former secretary-general of the UN has left his role
as a so-called negotiator to Syria, frustrated not just by the increasing war in Syria, but also by the UN security council. Well gee, what does he expect from an outfit that's now dominated by Islamic states, and clogged with only so much corruption? This is also the same man who was responsible on his part for the Oil-for-Food scandal, and has never been held accountable. If he can't figure out some of the problems with the political organization he was once head of, he's clearly got a problem.
Labels: islam, jihad, oil-for-food scandal, syria, UN corruption