At a news conference, yesterday, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was asked why is the UN not helping other countries where civilians are being killed.
Ban stumbled over his answer, mumbling that the other countries were somehow different.
His reply was unsatisfactory to say the least. Ban was on a slippery slope. Obviously, being a highly-paid diplomat, he did not want to give the real answer—to wit, that the UN is helping Libya not because of danger to civilians but because of OIL.
There is also another reason, but first let’s set the stage.
China, which—like Russia, Germany, Brazil and India, abstained from the 10-0 Security Council vote on the resolution but did not veto it—expressed its criticism of the operation through state-controlled media.
“Iraq was attacked because of oil, and Libya is also being attacked for its oil,” China’s People’s Daily asserted.
Ban Ki-moon, a “moonie,” just happens to be the cousin of the notorious Reverend Moon.
Unbelievably, on March 23, 2004, Reverend Moon was crowned, the new coming of CHRIST in the U.S. Dirksen Senate Office Building. Many U.S. congressmen, including US Senator Lindsey Graham were in attendance. No—it was not widely reported in the press.
Later, in April 2004, Charlie Rangel (D-NY) signed a proclamation on Congressional letterhead in recognizing Moon as the “True Parent” and “King of Peace.” Rangel had promoted Reverend Moon to the position of a God.
Ban Ki-moon’s cousin, Reverend Moon is a crook. He served time in the 1980s for tax fraud and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
However, he is a rich crook—a billionaire, and is owner of the Washington Times and the UPI wire service.
Certainly Reverend Moon’s influence helped Ban Ki-Moon’s great leap into the position of Un Secretary-General on October 13, 2006.
Reverend Moon is not only anti-Semitic, but considers himself to be the savior of Adolph Hitler and the promoter of his brand of Christianity.
His cousin, Ban Ki-moon, is using stronger terms than any prior UN Secretary-General. Normally the UN Secretary-General takes a fairly neutral position. Not Ban Ki-moon. He is actively urging the member nations to put forth another, stronger resolution against Libya.
Ban Ki-moon wants to go far beyond the current no-fly zone resolution. He wants boots on the ground.
As Reverend Moon’s cousin, Ban Ki-moon demands a Crusade.