Mumar Gathafi speaks...

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Libyan leader Mumar Gathafi has a website and it is not that bad! Gathafi (or al-Qaddafi) did a wonderful thing a few years ago in 2003 when he stopped Libya's WMD program and allowed an international team to come in and mop up. He not only had conventional chemical weapons but he had a well-advanced nuclear program too. We reciprocated by dropping the embargo and allowing US Citizens to travel there. Libya has been flourishing ever since. Here is what Gathafi has to say about United Nations Reform:
Much in internationally said these days about the reform of UN and democracy �. Such slogans are popular ones that nobody refuses, except a dictator or a reactionary. the dictator rejects democracy and the reactionary rejects reforms, but the whole issue would be unacceptable to all if it is just an issue of propaganda or eclecticism, i.e a rightful word steered for false hood.

In other words, to achieve other objectives and not reform and democracy. If we are serious in tackling with reform an democracy on the international level, we have to start with reform of the head of the world and to achieve democracy therein. The head of the world is UN organization . the UN General Assembly is the haven of the world parliament. Unless we reform the world parliament and make it a democratic one, it is unacceptable to respond to nay demand for reform and democratization of a demostic parliament or government anywhere in the world. But who to reform the General Assembly ( the World Parliament ) and make it a democratic one.
And a bit more:
The proposal submitted by UN Secretary General is not worthy to look into, it is just a loss of time that was dedicated for, because it is absolutely insignificant and it is dull to the extent that is should not be considered.
And here he nails it on the head:
The General Assembly , which actually represent all the UN members who united for the sake of peace, has become as nothing . the General Assembly is severely humiliated by the charter. Every article of that charter reflects the extent of depreciation of nations representatives in the General Assembly. It can do nothing without the orders of the Security Council. No decision of the General Assembly is implemented before approval of the security council and it can do nothing without recommendation of the security council. It is known that the security council represents dictatorship and the General Assembly represents democracy. The security council is the fewer in states representation, it is similar to a military dictatorial council, a council for emergencies. It is too far from representing any form of democracy or equality. Accordingly, the world embodies in its summit, which is the UN, the most obvious dictatorship . it is illogical to speak about any kind of democracy or reform or nay level , unless we recognize the fact of the world head, which is UN.
A very interesting and complex person. For those interested in current Libya, Portland writer Michael J. Totten is now living there and blogging regularly.

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