Aspects for an indictment against Guterres
2023. 10. 26. 17:36:25
Here we have, my dear’s, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who, like a drop in the ocean, reveals to us the moral decay and the testlessness of the entire Western world. Here we have this Antonio Guterres, who, in the good old days, would be questioned by the police like: tell me, what you did to help the terrorists?, but today, at the height of the decline of the Western world, this man can still be UN Secretary-General and, as such, his opinion is of public interest and therefore dangerous. And what do we do at the 24th hour? We do not raise awareness of this danger, we continue to pretend that the UN is some kind of serious organisation that needs to be watched. Well…
Guterres opened by holding a press conference at the Rafah border crossing, where he used a dramatic tone to try to pressure Israel to allow in what he called humanitarian aid trucks from the beleaguered Jewish state. Guterres did not say a word about what guarantees he could give that none of the hundreds of trucks would contain weapons, explosives, etc., but, if you look a little more closely at the UN’s work in Gaza, everything, or at least almost everything, becomes clear.
Guterres later went even further: he declared into the ether of our civilised Western free world that the Hamas attack did not come out of nowhere – adding no small amount of fuel to the bonfire of progressive progressivism set alight by pro-Palestinian protesters in Europe’s capitals. Israel did not hesitate to revoke the visas of the UN-boys, f**k you all, maybe thought the Jewish state official, and how right he was.
But let’s ask some of the questions that in a normal Western state the police would have to ask, and the name of the accused is Antonio Guterres.
What is Secretary-General Guterres’ attitude to the fact that Hamas is stealing at least half of all UN aid, donations and aid in general, and using it to strengthen its power, to make the Palestinians in Gaza vulnerable and dependent on Hamas? Given that the organisation has been physically present in the Gaza Strip for a good two decades, has it not occurred to Guterres that a terrorist state is being built under his nose, with money from Western aid organisations?
What is Secretary-General Guterres’s attitude to the fact that Hamas places its ammunition depots next to schools and hospitals, in most cases inside these buildings, thus turning them into legitimate military targets, not least on the basis that an Israeli retaliatory strike (I would draw your attention to the word ‘retaliation’! ) should preferably hit a hospital or a school, so that the moving pictures can be shown to the world, new donations can be clamoured for, which will once again go to Hamas, who will use them to buy new ammunition, which will once again be placed in schools and hospitals, and everything will start all over again. Since the UN has been physically present in the Gaza Strip, has none of its staff noticed this evil practice?
What is Secretary-General Guterres’ view of the fact that Hamas has dug some 500 kilometres of tunnels under the Gaza Strip in recent years? Well, let us understand each other: the entire Gaza Strip is roughly the size of two thirds of Budapest.And the length of the Hungarian capital’s metro lines is barely 40 kilometres (2014 figures). While, we repeat, the UN staff were permanently and physically present in the Gaza Strip, did they notice nothing, nothing at all, of this tunnel construction? The question also exists towards the so-called innocent civilians… Let us agree: in a place like Gaza, which is the most densely populated area in the world, you cannot dig 500 kilometres of tunnels without the support of the local population! And where so many people know about it, there is no way that the UN staff have not heard about it. Why has the UN not done anything about it?
In 2022, the UN adopted a total of 15 resolutions condemning Israel.Only 13 against all other countries in the world combined.
Any more questions?
The answer can only be one: Guterres must resign NOW!
V. Örs Felcser
Editor-in-Chief, Nethuszár – transylvanian opinion blog
P.S.: it is my first article in English, hope it’s understandable