From yesterday’s Sun:

For six weeks as a delegate to the 59th session of the U.N. Human Rights Commission, I experienced evil and intolerance face to face every day. I am now more convinced than ever that the United Nations and its related entities are fatally damaged and cannot be reformed in the traditional sense. Most organizations go through a restructuring and re-evaluation in order to become more effective and efficient. This will and cannot happen at the United Nations, whether it be the General Assembly, the Security Council, or the Human Rights Commission. Reform at the United Nations is neither workable nor possible because of the principle of sovereign equality that prevails throughout the U.N. structure. Put simply, the current dictatorships that are members are not going to agree to reforms that might exclude their countries from membership in U.N. bodies. [NY Sun, Jun 20, 2003]

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