Lack of a mandate

Reader comment on: To the UN and UNESCO: Don't Try to Fence Us In!

Submitted by Podargus, Jun 28, 2016 15:16

The UN and the EU were both born of good intentions following the catastrophe of WW2. But good intentions are no guarantee of good performance.

Both of these organizations have exceeded their mandate and have inevitably accrued a toxic bureaucracy which is self aggrandizing, self perpetuating and dangerous for freedom and democracy. They have grown like a cancer.

It is well past time for reform and downsizing or surgical removal of the tumor.

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