Thursday, March 31, 2011

Miguel D'Escoto, Libyan


Out of a job? No worries! If you are an anti-American, Fidel-worshiping, Israel-hating, Ahmadinejad-embracing, Vatican-censured Liberation-Theology-espousing Maryknoll priest and defender of the Sandinista faith, you qualify to become Libya’s representative at the United Nations. There’s a bonus if you are not actually from Libya, and a gold star if you are a former president of the U.N. General Assembly

[i]nspired by the lives and works of such personalities as Leo Tolstoy, M. K. Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Dorothy Day . . . an advocate of multilateralism and respect for international law . . . deeply committed to the principles of active nonviolence, solidarity and social justice. . . .

Position filled? No worries! Somewhere there is a murderous tyranny—Iran, China, Russia, Syria, Zimbabwe, Arab Sudan, Cuba—or a prosaic despotism—Nicaragua, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia—in need of your very special skills.

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