The UN Cesspool wants its money.

They are crying because the US is cutting its Child Bordello funding.

The United Nations said on Wednesday that the Trump administration’s proposed budget cuts would “simply make it impossible” for the global organization to maintain essential operations.

The spending proposal, which was released on Tuesday, would reduce American financial support for the United Nations, including for its peacekeeping operations and international aid programs. The United States is the organization’s biggest single donor.

“The figures presented would simply make it impossible for the U.N. to continue all of its essential work advancing peace, development, human rights and humanitarian assistance,” Stéphane Dujarric, a spokesman for Secretary General António Guterres, said in response to queries about the budget proposal…

 

The United States contributes 22 percent of the United Nations’ core operating budget of $5.4 billion. That share is set by an international agreement and is based on the size of the American economy. The United States has also been a leading provider of aid to United Nations organizations that rely on voluntary contributions.

U.N. Says Trump Budget Cuts Would ‘Make It Impossible’ to Do Its Job

I am a firm believer that the UN should not get one more penny unless they allow their books to be examined by a team of Forensic Accountants and all monies properly traced. And just to make things easier, we only explore the last 2 decades and see where the money went, specifically to which pockets and why.

It is the fiscally responsible thing to do with the US Taxpayer’s money. Let’s face it, when you have an organization that sports China, Rwanda, El Salvador, Venezuela and Cuba as part of their Human Rights Council, you know money is going to finance some shitty governments.

 

5 Replies to “The UN Cesspool wants its money.”

  1. “The figures presented would simply make it impossible for the U.N. to continue all of its essential work advancing peace, development, human rights and humanitarian assistance,”

    That’s a feature not a bug.




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  2. When I first saw the figure that the U.S. proposed to withhold from the U.N., I thought “that’s probably not that much overall, maybe this is just a reminder to the U.N. that we aren’t to be taken lightly”. However, reading this has put a big smile on my face this morning.




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