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By Butt Shikan (Idol Breaker)

The United Nations did not support the U.S.-British invasion of Iraq. Thus the invasion lacked legality and the invaders violated international law by crossing international frontiers and toppling an indigenous government by use of brutal force.

On August 24, 2003 Shashi Tharoor, UN Under Secretary General, was on C-Span and from hearing him, it would seem as if he was working for Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz. He was dishing out the most banal American propaganda such as: We must support the US' "reconstruction" of Iraq, the people of Iraq "support" the U.S., Saddam committed crimes, etc., etc. Obviously, if Tharoor represents the UNO, then surely the UNO is supporting the military occupation of Iraq by the U.S.-UK

Three days earlier, on CNN, Richard Holbrooke, former US ambassador, let the cat out of the bag when he stated, in a discussion of the bombing in Baghdad, that Sergio de Miello was working "very closely" with Bremer, the U.S. administrator of Iraq.

Mr. Kofi Annan, the Secretary General of the UN himself has never dared to condemn the U.S.-UK invasion and occupation of Iraq.

Thus the United Nations, through cooperation with the occupiers, is in violation of its own charter which does not permit support for aggression, invasion and occupation. The UN administration is clearly working in collusion with the invading forces.

2003-08-26 Tue 17:54ct