Conformation that former Prime Minister Helen Clark is to take the third ranking job at the United Nations has been well received.
Helen Clark led the most intrusive, immoral, arrogant, petty, vindictive, destructive and I confidently say, most evil government in New Zealand’s history.
She now goes on to hold high office in the most corrupt organisation on the planet.
How is that good for anybody?
How is it good to promote a petty tyrant, who did her best to wreck a country of four million, to a position where she can influence the lives of billions.
For God’s sake, some are even calling Helen Clark’s new position-head of the UN Development Program, a stepping stone to the UN Secretary General’s job.
Most low level government jobs are subject to security checks. They don’t let just anybody clean toilets in military bases or access sensitive personal information.
Unfortunately once you are in an important elected position, security checks no longer apply.
Helen Clark has a record that would probably disqualify her for the lowest of Ministry of Defence jobs in New Zealand.
Yet she is now on her way to a hugely influential position, in charge of allocating billions of dollars into some very dubious parts of the world.
The UN has a record of supporting radical leftist causes all over the planet-with Western taxpayers money.
Helen Clark will be ideally placed to keep up this fine “tradition”.
Is Helen Clark fit for such high office? Was she fit to be the Prime Minister of New Zealand?
Is Helen Clark a “security risk”?