Originally Posted by Guardian UK
Robert Mugabe asked to be UN 'leader for tourism' | World news | The Guardian
Apparently the UN's first choice, Idi Amin and their second choice, Pol Pot are both deceased, so Mugabe gets the job. This begs the question: Does the U.N. not see how immensely bad Mugabe is as a choice for "leader of tourism", ironically, as one of the reasons is he's banned from traveling to some EU countries and continues to have international sanctions levied against him. He's been charged and implicated in the deaths of thousands, displacement of near hundreds of thousands .... Does the U.N. know why they're seen as a laughing stock or do they just not care?