Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Strong medicine?

Maurice Strong, the ringleader of the OneWorld brigade, just lost his United Nations gig. The Red Star reports...
UNITED NATIONS—Canadian businessman Maurice Strong lost his job as the top U.N. envoy to North Korea amid questions about his connection to a suspect in the U.N. oil-for-food scandal, the world body said yesterday.
The decision not to renew Strong's contract follows criticism that he gave his stepdaughter a job at the United Nations and concerns over his ties to a South Korean businessman accused of accepting kickbacks from Saddam Hussein's government.
Strong, of course, denied that he was fired.
"I'm at an age and stage where I can't go on forever."
For that, all freedom-loving people must be thankful.