United Nations Wonderful Use Of Money

I wonder what the crapweasels at the U.N. are up to?

Last May the United Nations broke ground on a $300 $149.5 million, 175,000-square-foot building on the North Lawn of its property on the East River, to house the Security Council, the U.N. conference organizations, the General Assembly and the organization’s eclectic art collection. Yet that new structure, designed by HLW Architects LLP, is scheduled to disappear in as little as five years. It will be leveled and replaced with a lawn (and cherry trees that were uprooted) once the U.N.’s $1.9 billion in renovations to its mid-century buildings are finished in 2013. U.N. staffers will then return to the headquarters built for $35 $65 million on donated land in 1950 and, until now, never overhauled.

And who is the biggest monetary donator country in the world? That’s right, the USA. We are getting some great value for the money the US government takes at the barrel of a jail cell and gives to the UN, eh?

(Strikeouts were done to conform to the corrections by the WSJ)

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2 Responses to “United Nations Wonderful Use Of Money”

  1. John Ryan says:

    The USA is also the greatest dead beat nation. The amount that the US owes each year is about 1 billion or about 3 bucks per person. I guess 3 bucks probably isn’t really enough to risk going to jail over.

  2. Sounds like you do not like the USA much, John. You can emigrate, you know.

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