Sunday, May 10, 2020

UN Scam Debate Of Lone PGA Candidate Volkan Bozkir With Conchita Wurst Echo and SG Guterres Hypocrisy

By Matthew Russell Lee, PatreonBBC - Guardian UK - Honduras - CJR PFT
UN GATE / SDNY COURT, May 10 – How corrupt is today's United Nations? On May 15 the UN General Assembly will hold a "informal interactive dialogue" for the lone rubber-stamp candidate to be UN President of the GA, Volkan Bozkir. 
  Since there is no other candidate, it's akin to a presidential debate in North Korea.
And in other ways too: Turkish "diplomatic" Volkan Bozkir is best known for saying, after "drag queen" Conchita Wurst's Eurovision win, "Thank God we no longer participate in Eurovision."
   Yet watch corrupt UNSG Antonio Guterres speak warmly about it. Guterres believes in nothing but himself, wanting to "run" unopposed for a second term. This should be denied. Here's the notice, from another UN office whose spokesperson Reem Abaza like Guterres' Stephane Dujarric refuses to answer Inner City Press' written questions about its corruption:
 "The President of the 74th session of the General Assembly, Tijjani Muhammad-Bande will convene an informal interactive dialogue with the candidate for the position of President of the 75th session of the Assembly, Volkan Bozkir on Friday, 15 May 2020, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.     The dialogue will be held via a virtual platform due to the continued limitations on holding large in-person meetings as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic."
  Under Guterres' Melissa Fleming, it seems Inner City Press will be denied video of the "debate." Inner City Press, banned from the UN and now its Zoom rooms for 676 days, will have much more on this. Watch this site.
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