Spartan Actual wrote:We Did Nothing: Why the Truth Doesn't Always Come Out When the UN Goes in (Linda Polman)
A book for tea baggers? Who cares. More seriously recommended for those who understand the UN, realize the crucial distinction between the organization and its members, and are concerned about it for all the correct reasons, such as wanting to see it stronger and more effective.
Most, if not all, of the readers and posters on BFC have some travel experience in conflict areas and counties where
the UN is "working".
Can you point me to the place where, on measure, the UN has made anything better for
the indig population?
Even UNICEF is a discunctional program that serves merely as a dating service for th male UN "workers"
You might also want to check out "Emergency Sex: And Other Desperate Measures" - the female writer's part isn't much of anything but the lawyer and doctor's parts are pretty interesting