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Another Day, Another UN Scandal

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posted on Apr, 2 2005 @ 07:30 AM
It just keeps going and going ... illegal sex and ill-gotten money,
ill-gotten money and illegal sex. That's all these UNers crave.
Her arrogance - 'they can do nothing to me I'm the youngest D2
and a woman from a developing country' makes me SICK!



March 31, 2005

Another day, another scandal for UN
World News
By James Bone

A RISING United Nations star who played a key role in organising
the Iraqi elections has been accused of running an office in which
favouritism, misuse of funds and sexual harassment were rife.

Ms Carina Perelli, 48, who holds the high UN rank of D2, allegedly
boasted: “There’s nothing they can do to me. I’m the youngest D2, a
woman from a developing country.”

The report, by the Swiss consulting company Mannett S.A.R.L., found
the work environment in Ms Perelli’s unit to be “offensive” and “abusive”.

Such behaviour included “unwelcome advances/sexually suggestive
behaviours”, “unwelcome sharing of sexual behaviours and exploits” and
even references to a “dominatrix” in an office exam. Staff also complained
of “references to and inquiries into the most intimate details of the sex
lives of staff members”, including public humiliation with respect to their
responses to those inquiries”.


[edit on 4/2/2005 by FlyersFan]

posted on Apr, 2 2005 @ 08:28 AM

The study was commissioned by Sir Kieran Prendergast, the UN’s British Under-Secretary for Political Affairs, who oversees Ms Perelli’s unit.

1. The report was commissioned by the UN.

2. She does not represent the UN, she is a member of the UN.

3. Whats the point of this thread?

posted on Apr, 2 2005 @ 10:44 AM

Originally posted by rapier28

3. Whats the point of this thread?

Flyers want to install a democratic government in the U.N. First, apply sanctions, maybe block their ports, an embargo. We'll use the U.N.'s neighbours to apply pressure for reform. If that doesn't work, we'll form a multi-national force to invade the U.N.! Bring down the Koffi statutes and hold democratic elections for it's peoples!

posted on Apr, 2 2005 @ 01:22 PM
Ok, the UN is a bunch of country's. So, a scandal in one country is not surprising. How many have we had? You do realize we are in the UN, so when Clinton got his dick sucked, that was a UN scandal. Or when Bush lied to the government, people, and UN about WMDs in Iraq, that is a UN scandal for we are in the UN. Or when Bush&Co were planting gay prostitutes as reporters to ask easy questions/take up time during press conferences, that was a UN scandal for we are in the UN.

So, a scandal in the UN is not surprising since America has them all the time and we are one country! Let alone dozens......

posted on Apr, 3 2005 @ 08:08 AM
Just another excuse to post right wing ANTI-UN stories...

posted on Apr, 3 2005 @ 11:06 AM

Originally posted by devilwasp
Just another excuse to post right wing ANTI-UN stories...

- What do you expect DW?

You didn't think that the recent $30 million enquirey would satisfy this craving to destroy - or at least hamstring with a snow storm of allegations - any and all who might call into question US policy and actions did you?

It seems that there is simply no shame in this.
A huge raft of allegations has just been blown out of the water and what do they do?
Simply plow on as if they have not been shown up as totally wrong at all.

Their best 'result' to date is a risibly lame 'maybe Kofi could have done more to investigate' (despite the fact that it was him that set up the $30million fully independant enquirey) and 'Kojo didn't keep his dad fully informed' comment.
Coooooo, eh?

Sad really.

[edit on 3-4-2005 by sminkeypinkey]

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