Millions of people every day have one or several too many drinks. It may be in a pub, a sporting event, even alone. Usually these situations end up with a bit of effusive expressions of comradely affection or perhaps a touch of bravado and then the miscreant sleeps it off and perhaps feels a bit of guilt.
In the hallowed halls of the transnational elite, however, falling down drunkenness is viewed as just another day at the office. United Nations unelected senior level employees living off the labor of others are routinely voting thumbs up or down on another bloody "humanitarian intervention" whilst incapable of exercising even basic motor skills. One do-gooder, American, as should surprise no one, has outrageously suggested that "We make the modest proposal that the negotiating rooms should in future be an inebriation-free zone." He is no doubt whistling his admonitions into the wind...
One wonders the state of the unelected rulers of the universe when matters such as the destruction of Libya are being put up for a vote. No wonder the United Nations was not able to see through the blatant lies of the NGOs advocating for a NATO-led invasion of Libya: they could not see beyond their own booze-filled snouts.
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