UN will observe the highest moral standards, there will be different opinions, but members must work together to solve problems, there is no room for conflicts

1 October 2012 – Addressing the close of the United Nations General Assembly’s high-level debate today, the Assembly’s President, Vuk Jeremic, underscored that “as has been the case since its founding, this Organization will only be as strong as the membership chooses to make it.”
“Let us now dedicate ourselves to the hard work ahead, which begins in earnest as early as tomorrow. Let us try to be more transparent and efficient in how we conduct our affairs, making the best use of our time and resources to advance common objectives,” Mr. Jeremic told the 67th Assembly’s General Debate, at UN Headquarters in New York.
“Let us engage with a readiness to compromise and try hard to strengthen trust in each other – and in so doing, help to fulfil the hopes and aspirations of the 193 Member States of the United Nations,” he added.
Established in 1945 and providing a forum for multilateral discussion of the full spectrum of international issues covered by the UN Charter, the General Assembly occupies a central position as the world body’s chief deliberative, policy-making and representative organ.
More than 100 Heads of State or Government and over 70 ministerial-level officials addressed the 67th General Debate, which began last Tuesday, and for which the chosen over-arching theme was ‘bringing about adjustment of settlement of international disputes or situations by peace means.’
“Over the past week, we have heard thoughtful and constructive interventions on this critical topic,” Mr. Jeremic said. “This catalyzed fruitful discourse in the plenary and at numerous side events, in turn stimulating many bilateral discussions.”
In his remarks, the General Assembly President noted the various thematic topics that had been brought up for discussion by the representatives of various countries, These included establishing respect for the rule of law, the sovereignty and territorial integrity of UN Member States, sustainable development, global economic governance, the proliferation of nuclear weapons, terrorism, equal rights and opportunities for women, human trafficking, the illicit trade in small arms, indigenous people’s rights, UN peacekeeping, intercultural dialogue and the need for the revitalization of the United Nations, including reform of the Security Council.
Among the specific issues of concern that were brought up at the General Debate, Mr. Jeremic cited the crisis in Syria, development needs in Africa, progress in Somalia and stability in Africa’s Great Lakes region, amongst others.
“In reviewing the many statements that have been made, I have been struck by how much common ground exists on a wide range of issues. Obviously, significant differences of opinion remain to be overcome,” the Assembly’s President said. “Nevertheless, I believe there is room for optimism.”
He added that intends to continue consultations with UN Member States, the Assembly’s Main Committees, and regional as well as informal groups, on the proposed programme of work for the Assembly’s 67th session.
Syria is the biggest headache at the moment and I am going to be even more stubborn than Assad, let him choose if he wants the carrot or a stick, if democracy is observed in Syria without his interference, I will provide the carrot, or not, very soon he will then face my stick.
At the UN, there must be fair play and I need to be impartial to everyone, so that is the reason I cannot afford to only help a government, I will provide my skills, expertise, technology only to the UN, and help UN become independent, so that UN can easily raise its own money to fund everyone else, nothing will work if everybody does not co-operate. Too many people is playing political games in the UN, and I do not like it. US must back off from trying to play big brother, and solve it’s own debt crisis, as I said before, or you will see a collapse because of it’s debts within Obama’s next term. EU is not a problem because it can easily be resolved with money.
I am not here to take jobs away from everyone but to create a stable environment and peace so that prosperity can flourish, do you see prosperity in times of conflict? So job creation is very important and I will teach everyone to fish, but everyone needs to catch your own fish, I can only provide a meal. I cannot afford to put my own interest first or nobody will trust me, God has revealed everything to me to make me successful, not to make mistakes or it will cause me my life. Even control over the UN I am not interested, I will only be an adviser, my work is non-profit together with research and development in technologies. I am not Jesus, HE will come and rule the UN which I am just a servant to prepare the way, if you think I am great, HE is even greater. That is the reason I have many wives but not Jesus, even I am waiting for the marriage of the Lamb, which everyone knows is not a “real” marriage but the fullfillment of all God’s covenents. It takes more than 2000 years before someone willing to give up everything in this world in exchange for the tree of knowledge, to enter the kingdom of God via the eye of a needle.
– Contributed by Oogle.


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