The U.S. manipulation of the UN and international law.
The media can be counted on to avoid looking closely at how a great power like the United States uses bribery and coercion to mobilize its supportive constituency for the selective enforcement of international law.' Attending to the aggressive pressure employed, the rewards granted and penalties inflicted, would suggest the use of raw power rather than mobilization by moral force for a highly moral enterprise.
The "Cry of the People" in the Third World has not been heard in the West but the explosive uprising, when it comes, may be beyond the repressive capabilities of Globocop and its public relations system. The unshackling of the "mere gooks" and 'mere Arabs" is the future task of historical change, which brings its own surprises".