Let us not forget: 2005 Oil-for-Food scandal and hiring practice criticismsIn 2005, during investigations into the U.N.’s Oil-for-Food Programme, evidence procured by federal investigators and the U.N.-authorized inquiry of Paul Volcker showed that in 1997, while working for Annan, Strong had endorsed a check for $988,885, made out to “Mr. M. Strong,” issued by a Jordanian bank. It was reported that the check was hand-delivered to Mr. Strong by a South Korean businessman, Tongsun Park, who in 2006 was convicted in New York federal court of conspiring to bribe U.N. officials to rig Oil-for-Food in favor of Saddam Hussein. Mr. Strong was never accused of any wrongdoing. During the inquiry, Strong stepped down from his U.N. post, stating that he would “sideline himself until the cloud was removed”.
Shortly after this, Strong moved to an apartment he owned in Beijing. He said that his departure from the U.N. was motivated not by the Oil-for-Food investigations, but by his sense at the time, as Mr. Annan’s special adviser on North Korea, that the U.N. had reached an impasse. “It just happened to coincide with the publicity surrounding my so-called nefarious activities.” He insists: “I had no involvement at all in Oil-for-Food . . . I just stayed out of it.”
Maurice Strong, Leo Gerard, and Christine Legarde are all three communists. They are all involved in the Chicago-centered conspiracy behind the man known as Barak H. Obama II. Where does the money come from to support the conspiracy?
There is a publicity-shy drug smuggling cartel in Chicago that is the fourth-leg of the conspiracy. Unfortunately, I have lost the name I had at one time. See ‘Note’ below.
Maurice Strong is involved heavily in the environmental movement; Leo Gerard in international labor movements, and Christine Lagarde in head of IMF. They are dedicated to destroying the sovereignty of the United States and the establishment of Global Social Justice under the United Nations. The money to support their activities comes from narcotics trafficking.
The corruption in Chicago runs deep, really deep.
Note: all the arrests these past few months in Chicago for drug trafficking are for interlopers interfering with the local cartel organization, part of the Daley political machine.