The League of Nations, The United Nations, and the myth of collective security.

As with the League of Nations, the weakening of the soi-disant “global community” signals strongly that all-out intercontinental war is imminent. You want peace ? You want collective security ? Then it’s time to suck the cock like UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon did recently.i

In case you’re not quite up to speed, Ban Ki Moon got his holes filled by a buncha brown dudes last month and now wants the Facebook deets for hole-filler #5. Wonder of wonder, miracle of miracle, no one could’ve predicated of no one could’ve predicteds! Oh what a happy day.

Evidently, it’s not just that there’s no such thing as rape, but in the exact same way and for the exact same reasons, there’s no such thing as collective security. It’s not a thing to have or a thing to be because “collective security” in praxis reduces either to i) a series of unenforceable military pacts,ii or ii) a series of successively more degrading and more debauched efforts to attention-whore.iii To the student of history, biology, or even taxi driving, that the passive desire nothing more than the mercy and more importantly the attention of the active should come as no surprise. But hey, lotsa flotsam “whent too unavericity” and now think themselves some measure too cultured and refined to notice the negro in the red hoodie.

This is also incidentally why you wife took it in the ass from six guys last Saturday night while you were at your “boys weekend” drinking beer and watching hockey : she did it for the children. She’s turning tricks… for you.

And you love it, doncha ?iv
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  1. Ban Ki-moon publicly acknowledged Thursday that he removed the Saudi-led coalition currently bombing Yemen from a blacklist of child killers — 72 hours after it was published — due to a financial threat to defund United Nations programs.

    The secretary-general didn’t name the source of the threat, but news reports have indicated it came directly from the Saudi government.

    The U.N.’s 2015 “Children and Armed Conflict” report originally listed the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen under “parties that kill or maim children” and “parties that engage in attacks on schools and/or hospitals.” The report, which was based on the work of U.N. researchers in Yemen, attributed 60 percent of the 785 children killed and 1,168 injured to the bombing coalition.

    After loud public objections from the Saudi government, Ban said on Monday that he was revising the report to “review jointly the cases and numbers cited in the text,” in order to “reflect the highest standards of accuracy possible.”

    But on Thursday, he described his real motivation. “The report describes horrors no child should have to face,” Ban said at a press conference. “At the same time, I also had to consider the very real prospect that millions of other children would suffer grievously if, as was suggested to me, countries would defund many U.N. programs. Children already at risk in Palestine, South Sudan, Syria, Yemen, and so many other places would fall further into despair.”

    Saudi Arabia is one of the U.N.’s largest donors in the Middle East, giving hundreds of millions of dollars a year to U.N. food programs in Syria and Iraq. In 2014, Saudi Arabia gave $500 million — the largest single humanitarian donation to the U.N. — to help Iraqis displaced by ISIS. Over the past three years, Saudi Arabia has also been become the third-largest donor to the U.N.’s relief agency in Palestine, giving tens of millions of dollars to help rebuild Gaza and assist Palestinian refugees.

    “It is unacceptable for member states to exert undue pressure,” the secretary-general said. “Scrutiny is a natural and necessary part of the work of the United Nations.”

    Ban called the decision “one of the most painful and difficult decisions I have had to make.”

    Saudi Ambassador to the U.N. Abdallah al-Mouallimi, who held his own press conference afterward, offered his own back-handed confirmation of what happened. “We didn’t use threats,” he said, “but such listing will obviously have an impact on our relations with the U.N.”

    “It is not in our style, it is not in our genes, it is not in our culture to use threats and intimidation,” he concluded.

    Ban has invited a team from the Saudi-led coalition to New York to conduct a “joint review” ahead of scheduled U.N. discussions on the report, scheduled for August.

    On Monday, however, after the changes were announced, the Saudi ambassador to the U.N. declared that the changes were “final and unconditional” and that Saudi Arabia had been “vindicated.” []

  2. There was a time when honour enforced military pacts, but nation states have “progressed” to the point where they’re drone-bombing their own citizens like something out of Terminator 2. What honour ? A system that legally creates terrorists and puts said same terrorists on the right side of history can have no honour to speak of. []
  3. This, they call “peacemaking” and “conpherencing” but it’s really little more than a pallid and flaccid effort to divert attention from the actual people doing the actual fucking. Sorry hunny, no matter how much make-up you put on, you’re too old for this game. []
  4. Von dem logs :

    I have been tring for a while and I finally got my wife to turn tricks. She has been out of work for quite a long time. And she has been feeling guilty about it. She doesn’t know it but I make enough to pay all of the bills. I have been telling her for a while that I don’t know how we are going to make it. I also told the building manger that I have been having trouble paying the rent. So after some hinting at he offered to let us not pay if could have s** with my wife. I told him I would talk to her about it. I told her things were really bad and we might be evicted. So she went along with it. But she said that I had to be present in the apartment when it happened. I agreed and told the manager. We set up a time and he came up. They went into the bedroom together. And after a while I could hearilure sound of my wife having a good time. I was very relieved that she enjoyed the f******. I kept her paying the rent for several months. Then one day the mangaer said that hwe had a friend that had seen my wife and would pay well to be with her. I told her and she admitted that she really didn’t want to go back to work. So I told her it would be OK if she please this guy and maybe got two or three more clients. As time past she got several more clients and now makes quite a lot of money only working part of the week. and she doesn’t need to return regualar work.

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3 thoughts on “The League of Nations, The United Nations, and the myth of collective security.

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