DEFUND THE UN: US Taxpayers Are Paying WHAT Percentage Of Peacekeeping Costs?

Written by Wes Walker on March 25, 2022

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With everything else going on in the world, it’s been a while since we’ve given the United Nations the scorn they so richly deserve. But it’s time.

Most recently our swipes against the UN have related to their performance during the pandemic. In particular, the corruption that was seen during the pandemic.

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The UN is an increasingly corrupt organization with China and Russia as some of its permanent members with the right to cast a veto on any policy.

Their record on human rights issues is beyond embarrassing.
The UN’s leaders were directly implicated in Iraq’s Oil-for-Food corruption scandal, and there is no compelling evidence that they are any more honest today.

Our interactions with the UN under Trump…

…looked very different from our interactions with them under Biden.

Here’s a reminder of who’s running the show over there.

And a reminder of the atrocities laid at the feet of these alleged peacekeepers abroad:

So who’s paying to keep this clown show going?

You are.

And you’re picking up a big part of the tab.

Does this look like value for your money? Or is it time we put the land under the UN building in New York to better use and turn it over to developers with vision?

This writer can think of one famous family that might be perfect for that opportunity!

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Also included in this book, Psalms of War, are reproductions of the author’s original art from his Biblical Badass Series of oil paintings.

This is a great gift for the prayer warriors. Real. Raw. Relevant.