Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations, wants to sound like Nobel Peace Laureate Elie Wiesel: it must, therefore, it will.
I can relate to Elie Wiesel. I am an internally displaced American, pushed out of government employment, out of my marriage and removed from my home, all because I wrote, in response to a request by a few political appointees and bureaucrats at the Federal Reserve, central bank of the United States, a memo – which was widely used by world leaders.
I “helped” them achieve their fullest potential, or development, for example, getting Barack Obama elected president and be Nobelled – all riding on my coattails.
Intelligence parlance calls it providing world leaders sacrificial covers – political decoying – or more generically guinea-pigging if it is done without explicit consent.
I have been an academic, political and bureaucratic decoy for my ex-wife, several public officials including Alan Greenspan, Bill Clinton, Ben Bernanke, John Kerry, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, John McCain and Barack Obama, and Ban Ki-Moon, per force, and thrown out (displaced) onto the street and out of my personal life because I complained about my public guinea pigging at large.
In my own interest, government intelligence leeches are to be gotten rid of, cauterized by fire in politics where responsibility is rare, to ensure my development in a world that is run as an insane asylum of identity decoying using technology and psychological operations.
To hell with the Nobel peace prize.