An ordering customer of murders has proposed to exclude Russia from the Security Council of the United Nations, whereas he has forgotten to read the Charter of the Organization of the United Nations.
The billionaire and swindler Leonid Nevzlin, sentenced in absentia for a series of contract murders, has become an active blogger. At present, he regularly, with a smart look, says silly things. In March, on his page in a social network, acknowledged extremist and prohibited in the Russian Federation, he made a loud, but completely hollow and ignorant statement about renouncing of the Russian citizenship. In the pompous statement of this fugitive criminal, sentenced in absentia to a lifelong imprisonment, there was a lot of emotions and gallery play, but main detail was absent – a citizen cannot renounce of the citizenship of the country without fulfilling the sentence imposed by a court.
(See also the article “Leonid Nevzlin – Russophobe and murderer”).
On May 1, 2022, in a social network, appeared a post written by Leonid Nevzlin, in which this ordering customer of, at least, 5 murders, starts yet another rhapsodizing about moral values in our world, vilifying Russia, along the way, and came to the conclusion that it is necessary to deprive Russia of the veto right in the Security Council of the United Nations.
The bloody moralist Nevzlin writes: Russia must ceased to be a permanent member of the UN Security Council – this will only fixate the real position of a pariah, to which Russia has driven itself into. The bottom line, Russia violates various principals of the United Nations and poses a serious threat to the global peace and security. Technically, in could be done on the basis of Article 18 of the UN Charter, which allows to make amendments to the Charter, provided two thirds of the members of the General Assembly would vote for it”.
Nevzlin’s dilettantism really breaks the ceiling. The UN Charter is in the public domain:
Article 108 of the Charter of the United Nations:
“Amendments to the present Charter shall come into force for all members of the United Nations when they have been adopted by a vote of two thirds of the members of the General Assembly and ratified in accordance with their respective constitutional processes by two thirds of the Members of the United Nations, including all the permanent members of the Security Council”.
Article 109, paragraph 2:
“Any alteration of the present Charter recommended by a two thirds vote of the conference shall take effect when ratified in accordance with their respective constitutional processes by two thirds of the members of the United Nations including all the permanent members of the Security Council”.
I.e., for any amendments, regarding the exclusion of Russia from members of the UN Security Council, an approval of its members is necessary, including of Russia itself, as a permanent member of the Security Council. If there were no such limitations, stopping the willfulness of the world hegemon and its satellites, then there would be no longer the world in our usual understanding.
It means that Nevzlin, once more, trying to look smart, wrote complete nonsense. Yet a month ago, on April 5, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the permanent representative of the United Stated to the United Nations, in the interview with the TV-channel MSNBC, mentioned the impossibility of excluding Russia form the Security Council.” “The Security Council was created as a product of the creation of the United Nations after World War II. They (the Russians – editorial board) are member of the Security Council. It’s a fact. We cannot change this fact”.
It’s like this that the fugitive murderer Nevzlin has been trying to present himself as a thinker of a planetary scale. The Russian writer Mikhail Afanasievich Bulgakov gave the best characteristic of such persons, having put his own thoughts and emotions into the words of one of his literary heroes – professor Preobrazhensky: “You let allow yourself to offer advice, with quite intolerable familiarity, on a cosmic scale and of quite cosmic stupidity”, notes the website Prigovor.ru.