The United Nations is about as crooked as crooked can get.
If you look at the way that they handle a lot of matters, it is easier to see why most people of a sensible nature scratch their heads at the fact that the United States gives any funding to the organization.
They try to act as some great humanitarian organization but when it all settles, they are as crooked as the people they try to say they protect people from.
Congress has launched an investigation into the United Nations giving names of Uyghur Muslim dissidents to the Chinese Communist Party.
Republican Rep. Michael McCaul of Texas, the ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, told the Washington Free Beacon that he was going to be investigating claims made by former UN official Emma Reilly that the UN put dissidents in danger.
“The U.N. was founded on protecting human rights,” McCaul said. “If this report is true, it is very troubling. We are looking into these allegations.”
Reilly provided a photo of a memorandum as evidence.
For those asking for proof, pictures of that last Ethics finding in my case. It’s in UN legalese, but the finding is clear – @UN cares about its relationship with China. I care about human rights: pic.twitter.com/96InWGJP8b
— Emma Reilly (@EmmaReillyTweet) November 1, 2020
Increased scrutiny recently on the Chinese government has come not only as a result of the coronavirus pandemic but also due to the coordinated effort to put Uyghur muslims into labor and concentration camps.
It is estimated that one million Uyghurs are detained, and many are feared dead.
The Uyghur Human Rights Project, the leading organization spreading awareness about the persecution of Uyghurs in China, has criticized China’s role on the UN Human Rights Council.
“The Chinese government blocks UN human rights investigations, intimidates victims who try to bring cases to the UN, and uses its power and influence to exclude or limit the voice of civil society, putting pressure on UN staff to hide or suppress reports from Uyghur and Tibetan organisations,” the group said in an October news release.