crowned with a seat in the UN Security Council
One of the
most corrupted nations of the world,
It is a
sad day for the people of the world, for their right to peace, to be free and
to prosper, and you should all sit down and think a little bit on how this
actually could happen, and the
consequences of having such a corrupt nation deliberating over international
peace and security. As you will understand from reading this article including
Let me refer to a paragraph in my letter of September 20 2012 to the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, indicating our future should the UN member states elect Luxembourg:
“Luxembourg will, if becoming a member of the Security Council, jeopardize the fragile peace around the world, and will only contribute to the escalation of financial crimes, global wars and unrests, as this country – by its hostile and illegal financial policy which includes the acceptance and protection of international financial crimes, and the facilitation, funding and control of tax evasion, money laundering, illegal arms dealings, wars and coup d’états – has only one mission: Absolute global control through its banking and financial institutions.“
Looking at Luxembourg today – as a safe and stable haven for everyone who has something to hide, either it is genocide, profits from genocide, profits from tax evasions, profits from any financial crimes at all, profits from preparations or wars, profits from wars or even profits from singing for some dictators at their quarters – we only see the tip of the iceberg.
Today the leaders of the world have pushed the people a step closer to the brink of their abyss.
I call on
you all to read the following articles about the corruption on all levels in
Read part I here
Read part II here
Read part III here
Read part III here
Letter to the
07.08.12 Letter to Yann Baden Transparency International
2012 E-mail correspondence Transparency International
2011 E-mail correspondence with a
When you have read these articles, the letter to PIF and its attachments, you should be able to understand that this country has nothing to do in the United Nations, at all.