"From 1990 to 2003, the U.N. was officially at war against Saddam Hussein; it passed 18 mandatory resolutions on Iraq. But it did nothing to implement any of those resolutions, except through the Oil-for-Food scam in which $4 billion disappeared in corrupt deals that involved senior U.N. officials.
So what is the rationale for putting the U.N. in charge in Iraq, even for a single day?"
This from the latest article by Amir Taheri. Taheri, who recently told us more than we really needed to know about the long history of decapitation, brings us up to speed on the battle between Iraq's people and its would-be occupiers. The skinny: don't let the UN take over. Read the whole article at the link.