Looks like yet another key Biden lackey, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield is at it again with her “strongly worded” statements.
Apparently forgetting that the Taliban blew her off, Thomas-Greenfield has decided to adopt the same approach with none other than Kim Jung-on.
This time, however, she upped the ante by ranting about China and Russia as well.
“The DPRK (North Korea) has enjoyed blanket protection from two members of this council. In short, two permanent members of the Security Council have enabled Kim Jong Un,” Thomas-Greenfield declared.
Way to go, Biden lackey. Inflame Russia (ineffectually) when Putin is already threatening nuclear war.
“This is a clear effort by China and Russia to reward DPRK for their bad actions and cannot be taken seriously by this council,” Thomas-Greenfield blared.
More like Biden and the United States cannot be taken seriously at this point in time, especially in light of OPEC+ recently deciding to do the polar opposite of what the Biden administration wanted.
Needless to say, neither China nor Russia reacted with pleasure to the lackey’s latest outbursts.
China’s deputy U.N. ambassador, Geng Shuang, called for unity rather than division, ironic given Biden’s campaign on unity.
“Discussions and deliberations should contribute to a detente, rather than fueling escalation. They should promote the resumption of dialog instead of widening differences and forge unity instead of creating divisions,” Shuang asserted, adding that the United States should adopt other approaches “instead of relying solely on strong rhetoric or pressure.”
Russia’s deputy U.N. ambassador, Anna Evstigneeva, was unsurprisingly harsher.
“We are convinced that the U.N. and Security Council mechanisms need to be used to support the inter-Korean dialog and multilateral negotiations rather than becoming an impediment to them,” she snapped.
In other words, the remarks of Thomas-Greenfield went over like a lead balloon, like much of the Biden administration’s mindless commentary.
Just consider what she wrote to the Taliban last year.
“We are hearing from people in Afghanistan that they are getting threats from the Taliban, and we have expressed in no uncertain terms here at the United Nations through a very strongly worded press statement from the Security Council that we expect the Taliban to respect human rights, including the rights of women and girls,” Thomas-Greenfield asserted.
Somehow, those assertions carry less weight after Biden fled from the Taliban.
“We have also indicated that they have to be respectful of humanitarian law and that we do not expect to see that Afghanistan will become a safe haven for terrorists. But, again, it is not their words that we will hold them to. It is their actions that we will be watching,” Thomas-Greenfield declared, in perhaps one of the more ironic remarks of her career as a Biden lackey.
After all, the Biden administration is becoming known for nothing but inaction, or excessive action in all the wrong places … especially when censoring the president’s family’s own ties to foreign enemies.
Author: Jane Jones