Greetings from the UN!

Ralph Alter
I'll have to admit, I haven't been a very big fan of the United Nations. In fact, I have been working on an article recommending that the United States withdraw from the increasingly radical and increasingly anti-Semitic organization. I was about to suggest that we use the approximately $484 million we spend annually to fund this modern-day League of Nations to lower our national debt.

But then came the letter in my email from Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the U.N. Imagine my surprise! Here is an excerpt:

We have been having a meeting for the past 7 months with the then secretary to the UNITED NATIONS. This email is to all the people who have been scammed in any part of the world, the UNITED NATIONS have agreed to compensate them with the sum of USD $850,000.....This also includes every foreign contractors that may not have received their contract sum and people that have had an unfinished transaction or international businesses that have failed due to government problems, etc.

This burst of good news is followed by information about my contact person (a certain Rev. Dale Robinson of Nigeria) and the kindest of greetings from a man I had considered to be interested only in promoting the interests of the peoples of radical Muslim countries and those other countries not aligned with the interests of the United States or Israel.

There is no doubt that I, along with most Americans, have been scammed and I have personally seen my real estate business fail due to government problems (Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, etc.) I am just grateful to have withheld my judgment of the United Nations until this latest gracious burst of good tidings.

The letter closes with a very kind salutation:

Thanks and God bless you and your family.

Hoping to hear from you as soon as you cash your fund.

Making the world a better place.

Regards,


Mr. Ban Ki-Moon

UN Secretary-General


I will let you know how it all works out.


Ralph Alter blogs at Right on Target www.rightot.blogspot.com


I'll have to admit, I haven't been a very big fan of the United Nations. In fact, I have been working on an article recommending that the United States withdraw from the increasingly radical and increasingly anti-Semitic organization. I was about to suggest that we use the approximately $484 million we spend annually to fund this modern-day League of Nations to lower our national debt.

But then came the letter in my email from Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the U.N. Imagine my surprise! Here is an excerpt:

We have been having a meeting for the past 7 months with the then secretary to the UNITED NATIONS. This email is to all the people who have been scammed in any part of the world, the UNITED NATIONS have agreed to compensate them with the sum of USD $850,000.....This also includes every foreign contractors that may not have received their contract sum and people that have had an unfinished transaction or international businesses that have failed due to government problems, etc.

This burst of good news is followed by information about my contact person (a certain Rev. Dale Robinson of Nigeria) and the kindest of greetings from a man I had considered to be interested only in promoting the interests of the peoples of radical Muslim countries and those other countries not aligned with the interests of the United States or Israel.

There is no doubt that I, along with most Americans, have been scammed and I have personally seen my real estate business fail due to government problems (Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, etc.) I am just grateful to have withheld my judgment of the United Nations until this latest gracious burst of good tidings.

The letter closes with a very kind salutation:

Thanks and God bless you and your family.

Hoping to hear from you as soon as you cash your fund.

Making the world a better place.

Regards,


Mr. Ban Ki-Moon

UN Secretary-General


I will let you know how it all works out.


Ralph Alter blogs at Right on Target www.rightot.blogspot.com