A former United Nations adviser for delegations and American policy says the intergovernmental organization is no longer good.
Things seem to have gone awry at the United Nations in various ways. One example is the case of Kate Gilmore, who was an abortion and homosexual advocacy figure as UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights -- a post that paid her $2 million. Though she was expected to serve another term, she quietly departed with full benefits, and Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D. of C-FAM tells OneNewsNow there was no goodbye party.
"What we just found out more recently is that she departed early, and the reason is she faked her credentials," Yoshihara details. "She told the UN that she had two graduate degrees, when she actually had none, and two whistleblowers on her staff found out about it and reported her."
The fact that top officials knew about it but initially did nothing shows Yoshihara the organization's core is now corrupt.
"It's become corrupted," she laments. "When you look at the evidence now, there's no doubt that it's become corrupted, and I'm not just talking about the billions of dollars we pour into it; I'm talking about the opportunity cost to people who depend on this system to fight against what is a corrupt regime in their own country."
Yoshihara wonders how a corrupt organization can fight against corruption elsewhere.
As for Kate Gilmore, she was not out of work for long; she has been hired as chairman of the board for Planned Parenthood International.