Yet again, Ambassador John Bolton defends America against the international clerks that enable and assist in the murder, rape and torture of hundres of thousands of victims. I have written of Malloch Brown's contempt for the little people of America here. This criminal is on Soros' payroll here . He is not fit to wipe Bolton's boots. But hey, you go Lincoln Chafee!
UNITED NATIONS - The U.S. ambassador to the U.N. on Friday accused the No. 2 U.N. official of discrediting the United Nations by criticizing American and British diplomacy over Darfur, his latest attack on the deputy.
The ambassador John Bolton demanded Deputy U.N. Secretary-General Mark Malloch Brown apologize over comments that appeared in Friday's editions of the Independent newspaper in London. He criticized President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair for threatening Sudan over its refusal to allow U.N. peacekeepers in Darfur.
"The Sudanese know we don't have troops to go in against a hostile Khartoum government; if Sudan opposes us there's no peace to keep anyway; you're in there to fight a war," Malloch Brown said. "It's just not a credible threat."
Malloch Brown said those threats allowed Sudan to portray itself as "the victims of the next crusade after Iraq and Afghanistan," and said the U.S. and Britain "need to get beyond this posturing and grandstanding."
Bolton said Malloch Brown's remarks could undermine the U.N. Security Council's demand that the U.N. take over from an underfunded African Union force that has been unable to stop the violence in Darfur. Sudan has so far refused to give the U.N. control of the mission.
"Let me say these remarks bring discredit to the United Nations and are a stain on its reputation," Bolton told reporters at the U.N. "It's a terrible signal to the government in Khartoum and should never have been uttered," he added later.
Mighty mighty, I'd say
"We are proud that we have called the attention of the international community to the tragedy in Darfur. We are proud of our efforts to bring relief to that tragedy. And to have Mr. Malloch Brown attack those efforts, as I say, brings great discredit to this institution," he said.
Uh, why the UN?