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    Trump "philosopher" offers a recipe for making the United Nations great!

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    Post by Rocky Wed 20 Sep 2017, 3:57 am

    Trump "philosopher" offers a recipe for making the United Nations great!




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    Baghdad - Agencies
    A high-level source at the White House described President Donald Trump's opening speech at the start of the UN General Assembly as having a profound philosophical character.
    The source said: "This word will represent the vision and announcement of the President, directed to all countries of the world for the perception of America to its place in the world, and its work and values ​​and its association with other countries. It is a profound philosophical message. "
    The source added that Trump has made a long effort to develop his speech and to develop the text and coordinate it in all its aspects, relying on the assistance of senior advisers. But the source stressed that this word will reflect, first and foremost, the personal priorities of the president.
    According to leaks from White House officials, the US president will address the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday his vision of how to resolve the most important international issues, particularly the North Korean crisis and relations with Iran, as well as his proposals on UN reform.
    On Monday, Trump held a preliminary meeting with a number of countries' leaders to formulate general approaches to effective reform at the United Nations. At the end of the meeting, the participants addressed a message to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
    White House officials did not respond to questions from reporters whether Trump was planning to follow his predecessor, Barack Obama, to launch an attack on Russia in his expected speech, but said that "everyone in the world should send a signal to him through this word, .
    The president will stress in his speech that Washington is no longer interested in building nations and creating new democracies by using the armed forces, but also seeks to stabilize the world by ensuring the security, prosperity and sovereignty of nations, said one official who spoke to the media.
    At the same time, Trump will devote much of his speech to "rogue" states, specifically to the North Korea and Iran.
    "If we do not face these risks now, it will grow stronger and more dangerous," said a White House official.
    The official also stressed that Trump will address the situation in Venezuela, where the acute political crisis continues.
    On the "philosophical" side of the word, one US official said that Trump would go to the UN members by calling for sharing the burden of common responsibilities in the world and detailing his main principle: "America is above all." The official said that this position is quite logical, as it is natural that any state put the interests of its citizens above anything else.
    Trump, in his remarks at the informal summit on United Nations reform, outlined some of his message to the world by presenting his campaign slogan "We will make America great again" in a modified way "we will make the United Nations great." Trump stressed his rejection of the word "again" from the phrase, referring to the fact that this world organization was never great. But acknowledged that the United Nations still had enormous capabilities.
    He criticized the bureaucratic nature of the United Nations, and stressed that the increase in funding of the Organization by 140% since 2000 did not bring the desired results.


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