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When the first UN secretary-general, Trygve Lie of [[Norway]], a Stalinist sympathizer, was the Minister of Justice in Norway, he told Lenin's former right-hand man [[Leon Trotsky]] not to criticize Stalin or else he would be imprisoned and or kicked out of Norway; Lie eventually put him in prison, but later according to Stalin's wishes exiled him to [[Mexico]] where one of Stalin's hit men assassinated him by hitting his head with a pickax in 1940.<ref>https://www.un.org/apps/news/infocus/trygvie-lie.asp#.WVBpUoWcE2w</ref> As secretary-general, he failed to maintain peace in the 1947 Kashmir conflict, the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict, and the [[Korean War]] from 1950-1953.
The second secretary-general, Dag Hammarskjold of [[Sweden]], former head of the Bank of Sweden, the oldest central bank in the world, even older than the Bank of England, refused to condemn greatly praised the leaders of Red China under Mao Zedong for invading Tibet and the USSR for crushing a revolt in HungarySoviet Union, and used UN troops in 1961 to crush the Katanga province of [[Zaire ]] when it tried to get its independence from the Marxist government.<ref>https://www.thenewamerican.com/reviews/opinion/item/23064-socialist-in-chief-a-history-of-the-un-secretaries-general</ref>
The third secretary-general, U Thant of Burma, was a Marxist whose mentor was Burmese prime minister U Nu, who said in a 1948 speech, “If we now look back in history, we find that Stalin followed the right path”;<ref>http://www.peacekey.com/1-1-a/UN_Web/1_UN_Book/The_Fearful_Master_10.htm</ref> together, they abolished private property in Burma and U Thant choose a former KGB officer to be his personal assistant. U Thant was known for admiring Vladimir Lenin.”<ref>https://www.ourrepubliconline.com/Author/138</ref> So it should not be surprising that U Thant was very well liked by Soviet premier [[Nikita Khrushchev]], and did nothing to help [[John F. Kennedy]] and Khrushchev negotiate the [[Cuban Missile Crisis]]. He failed to maintain peace in 1967 after the Six-Day Arab-Israeli War between Israel and its neighbors.
The fourth secretary-general, Kurt Waldheim, the future president of [[Austria]], was a former Nazi infantry lieutenant who fought to help Adolf Hitler take over all of Europe, and he did not care who ruled the world, whether it be Nazi Germany or the UN, it did not matter to him so long as there was a one-world government. He believed that mass murder was merely a means to a better socialist end. So it should not be surprising that he sat down and did nothing to prevent from 1975-79 Cambodia’s Pol Pot from conducting his mass murders; Waldheim actually sent the UNICEF to send supplies to [[Hanoi]], [[Vietnam]], which in turn was sent to [[Pol Pot ]] so he can conduct the “killing fields”.<ref>https://www.nytimes.com/books/98/12/06/specials/shawcross-mercy.html</ref><ref>https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1979/11/18/the-politics-of-famine-in-cambodia/81f0849e-9d1a-493c-b92a-aa00a9d3b1db/?utm_term=.239d3e95fc5d</ref>
The fifth secretary-general, Javier Perez de Queller of [[Peru]], who insisted on protecting the murderous regime of Pol Pot,<ref>https://www.upi.com/Archives/1985/01/28/UN-Secretary-General-Javier-Perez-de-Cuellar-took-his/4605475736400/</ref> did nothing to make peace during the Iraq-Iran War. After leaving his job, when he ran for president of Peru in the spring of 1995, he was surrounded by well-known communists who were running his campaign, even though his country was facing a Maoist insurgency.
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