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India admitted to Security Council?

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Topic: India admitted to Security Council?
Posted By: Servetus
Subject: India admitted to Security Council?
Date Posted: 21 January 2008 at 1:48pm

Andrew Grice (The Independent) wrote:

Gordon Brown has begun secret talks with other world leaders on far-reaching reform of the United Nations Security Council as part of a drive to create a "new world order" and "global society". The Prime Minister is drawing up plans to expand the number of permanent members … the number of members could be doubled to include India, Germany, Japan, Brazil and one or two African nations.

One wonders if the one or two African nations will be predominantly Muslim, or Islamic?

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… the number of [UN Security Council] members could be doubled to include India … In a speech in Delhi today, the Prime Minister will say: "I support India's bid for a permanent place … on an expanded UN Security Council." However, he is not backing Pakistan's demand for a seat if India wins one ...

It’s just what the great worldwide coalition of democracy-loving and exporting nations needs, more non-Muslim voices with veto power and clout!  But wait, there’s more …

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Mr Brown will call for the World Bank to lead the fight against climate change as well as poverty…

Is this a new world order Monty Python skit?

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He will call for the World Bank to lead the fight against climate change as well as poverty in the developing world, and argue that the International Monetary Fund should prevent crises like the credit crunch rather than just resolve them ...

I lamely predict that, if Mr. Brown continues to place his confidence in the World Bank and IMF, once his term as PM has expired, Rupert Murdoch will be pleased to offer him a very cushy position.

Serv

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A colony?  What’s that?  If you don’t mind, I prefer to be called a neo-trusteeship territory!

Ref:  http://news.independent.co.uk/world/article3356210.ece - http://news.independent.co.uk/world/article3356210.ece


 




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