Kevin L’Australie

You can probably criticise Kevin Rudd for many things, but an absence of resilience is not one of them.

Not content with not being nominated by Australia for the UN Sec Gen role, he has decided to make his case to a different and bigger audience.

Writing in Project Syndicate, Kevin 17 lays out his 6 point plan for the next UN Sec Gen.   Securing the UN’s Future.  How kind he is.

And would you be surprised that climate change is in his top 6 but UN corruption, larceny and mismanagement is not. Basically, same ideas, different platform.

Kevin also thinks the new Sec Gen should convene a summit-level meeting. Perhaps it should be called 3030 (because he has used 2020 before).  And the cherry on top – a commitment to fiscal conservatism:

the next secretary-general must think practically, understanding that the UN’s capacity to act efficiently, effectively, and flexibly will always run up against budgetary constraints. There is no sense in hoping that the fiscal heavens will one day magically reopen.

If only the UN could implement a super profits tax.

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19 Responses to Kevin L’Australie

  1. john constantine

    So redfilth gillard from Bogan-ville got a good united nations job indoctrinating kiddies in socialism, but kevin from Queensland just has to sit on his hundred million dollars and want what he can’t have.

  2. john constantine

    Their redfilth and their kevfilth both succeeded in using their inside running of the Australian sob-bubble political system to get their desired outcome.

    Lucky nobody cares about linking rock solid outcomes with slimy deals to get there.

  3. duncanm

    At least Kevin understands that 6 points is the upper limit.

  4. john

    The United Nations has seen many ‘fiscal conservatives’ like Kevin.

  5. candy

    Like Tony Abbott, once knifed by colleagues it’s very hard to find their place in the world.
    No-one wants to know them, or what them believe in , their philosophies, or even recognise their achievements.
    Both Rudd and Abbott brought their party back from oblivion, but to be knifed before their term was up.

    Op0pose sides of a spectrum, but the same. Neither are welcome in the party they brought to power.

  6. Habib

    If we could withdraw from the UN and de-ratify all treaties while we put this little bastard up for SG, I’d be all for it. He’s perfect for that cabal for murderous dictators, it’s like they were made for each other.

  7. RobK

    efficiently, effectively, and flexibly
    Rudd-speak for “agility”

  8. mem

    I have this vision of Kevin 07 disembarking from a plane waiving a piece of paper in his hand, “I’ve done it he bubbles, I’ve done it. Australia’s first Bill of Rights and the UN has ratified it. Isn’t it wonderful! “

  9. Jeremy

    If we could withdraw from the UN and de-ratify all treaties while we put this little bastard up for SG,
    Well said Habib. If that’s the deal I’ll take it!
    Can’t we just withdraw and de-ratify without giving them KR?
    He’s a small thing but our own.

  10. Habib

    No, they deserve him, and I’m a believer in vengeance.

  11. Entropy

    Op0pose sides of a spectrum, but the same. Neither are welcome in the party they brought to power.

    Abbott has many, many failings, Candy. But being the same as that narcissistic sociopath Rudd is not one of them.

  12. Zyconoclast

    If it wasn’t for Rudd’s wife’s large bank balance, could he afford all this travel and lobbying on a ex PM pension?

  13. wal1957

    I’ll criticize ‘The Dudd” any way I feel like.

    It makes me feel better! haha

  14. Ant

    Kevin Rudd served one useful purpose.

    Following an election whenever someone says “the Australian people always get it right”, he proved the statement to be false.

  15. Robbo

    “If only the UN could implement a super profits tax.”

    Don’t give those bastards ideas because they will probably give it a go. After all they see their mission is to interfere in anything and everything no matter that it is none of the bloody business, so why not demand that their members introduce a tax to fund their ventures all around the world.
    I’m still waiting for someone to give me a good reason why Australia should remain a member of this disgraceful corrupt and useless organisation.

  16. AP

    If it wasn’t for Rudd’s wife’s large bank balance, could he afford all this travel and lobbying on a ex PM pension?

    Was that sarcasm, or haven’t you heard of the “gold pass” for ex-PMs?

  17. Roger

    “I’m Kevin from Australia and I’m here to help…”

    The UN would never recover from his offer…good!

  18. Dr Fred Lenin

    This maggot rudd is mentally ill,years ago before alp clowns abolished them we had mental institutions where afflicted people were detained for treatment and the good of the community . Reopening them would be for the communities benefit,and give us a place to put rudd and shut his crazy mouthings . His PM ” pension ” ,for three years in the job and his gold card extravagence would pay for his detention problem solved !

  19. JohnA

    the next secretary-general must think practically, understanding that the UN’s capacity to act efficiently, effectively, and flexibly will always run up against budgetary constraints. There is no sense in hoping that the fiscal heavens will one day magically reopen.

    If only the UN could implement a super profits tax.

    If the next President had the balls, they (generically-speaking, that is) would withdraw from the UN, withhold all payments and bankrupt that glass building facing the East River.

    I dare say that New York Fire & Rescue could be persuaded that anything that happened to the building or in the vicinity does not rank as a first-order emergency, and we might be rid of the lot!

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