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Chapter leader of the “archly conservative, fright-wing” John Birch Society in the Holmesburg section of Philadelphia, last week Affleck — a Philadelphia Water Department surveyor, penned Get out of United Nations (pictured above).
In response to Affleck’s recent press coverage, board members of the United Nations Association of Greater Philadelphia (UNA-GP) — a chapter of the United Nations Association -U.S.A. (UNA-USA), countered Affleck’s entry, building understanding of and support for the ideals and work of the United Nations among the American people in the process.
“I am originally from East Africa, and have been the beneficiary (recipient) of many of the UN’s agencies, including UNICEF, WHO, REFUGEE RELIEF and related charitable agencies,” said Aziz Nathoo, in Indian Muslim originally from East Africa.
“For the rest of the world, these agencies are the difference between a shot at a decent life and being mired in an endless cycle of poverty,” said Nathoo.
Read the entire article here.