Monday, January 24, 2005


Another example of how it is impossible for the U.N to accomplish anything:

For the first time in its history, the United Nations is convening a special session to commemorate the liberation the Nazi's largest concentration camp, Auschwitz.
Past attempts for a UN session dedicated to remembering the tragedy of the Holocaust had failed to generate sufficient support among the organization's member nations.
It took U.N members sixty years to to build enough support to hold a special session to REMEMBER the Holocaust. Is it any wonder that this body can't take effective action against serious global crises?

Posted by Matthew @ 12:13 p.m.