At last, a mainstream documentary about “the environment” that looks at real causes instead of just blathering about “climate change”. Now that the deserts are spreading into Europe, maybe we will see some of the tax money going to research that will lead to change, rather than just UN-boosting carbon taxes. But don’t hold your breath; the real changes will be made by local communities acting intelligently.
I know this is becoming commonplace, but just re-read that headline and think about it…
Leaked report highlights decades of failures
By Sean O’Neill, Chief Reporter TheTimes – May 29 2018
More than a dozen international aid organizations are implicated in a sex-for-food scandal documented by an official United Nations report that has never been published.
PICTURE: Ruud Lubbers, who was the UN high commissioner for refugees, said that “concrete evidence” was “scarce” Mian Khursheed/Reuters
The Times has obtained a copy of the 84-page document produced by research teams working in refugee camps in West Africa for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Save the Children in 2001. It identified more than 40 aid organizations “whose workers are alleged to be in sexually exploitative relationships with refugee children”. Continue reading “UN knew of sex-for-food scandal at top charities”→