I had a listener comment on one of the previous episodes, and I wanted to respond to his comment, especially the part where his criticism was absolutely on target. I said “I wasn’t guessing” when I contended that Ban Ki Moon hadn’t denounced anti-Christian or anti-Jewish speech like he did with recent anti-Islamic speech, but then I didn’t provide any examples. Listen as your humbled host is properly corrected.
But a more accurate statement isn’t really that much different. I tried to find similar examples, but Google News couldn’t find them. If you can, let me know, but for now it seems to me that, yes, threatening life and property is the way to get the UN’s attention.
Post a comment here or call me at (267) CALL-CT-0, (267) 225-5280, and let me know what you think.
Episode 15 with comments
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- Episode 21: The Post-2012-Election Analysis