Boyd is in quite a hurry to sweep church history under the rug in order to get on with his multi-explanations of what "in the Name of" could mean. He unilaterally declares that there is not "one shred of evidence" over the introduction of a new baptismal formula in church history. He remarks that the early church "quibbled" about a good many issues, but the use of the Trinitarian formula was not one of them. Amazing how all these raging Godhead debates and Councils have now been reduced to a "quibble.
Share via Email The United Nations was born in the hope that survived a world war, the hope of a world moving toward justice, escaping old patterns of conflict and fear.
The founding members resolved that the peace of the world must never again be destroyed by the will and wickedness of any man.
We created a United Nations security council so that, unlike the League of Nations, our deliberations would be more than talk, our resolutions would be more than wishes.
Today, these standards and this security are challenged. Our commitment to human dignity is challenged by persistent poverty and raging disease.
The suffering is great. And our responsibilities are clear. The United States is joining with the world to supply aid where it reaches people and lifts up lives, to extend trade and the prosperity it brings, and to bring medical care where it is desperately needed.
As a symbol of our commitment to human dignity, the United States will return to Unesco. This organisation has been reformed, and America will participate fully in its mission to advance human rights and tolerance and learning.
Our common security is challenged by regional conflicts, ethnic and religious strife that is ancient, but not inevitable. In the Middle East there can be no peace for either side without freedom for both sides. America stands committed to an independent and democratic Palestine, living side by side with Israel in peace and security.
Like all other people, Palestinians deserve a government that serves their interests and listens to their voices. My nation will continue to encourage all parties to step up to their responsibilities as we seek a just and comprehensive settlement to the conflict.
Above all, our principles and our security are challenged today by outlaw groups and regimes that accept no law of morality and have no limit to their violent ambitions.
In the attacks on America a year ago, we saw the destructive intentions of our enemies.
This threat hides within many nations, including my own. In cells, in camps, terrorists are plotting further destruction and building new bases for their war against civilisation.
And our greatest fear is that terrorists will find a shortcut to their mad ambitions when an outlaw regime supplies them with the technologies to kill on a massive scale. In one place and one regime, we find all these dangers in their most lethal and aggressive forms, exactly the kind of aggressive threat the United Nations was born to confront.
Twelve years ago, Iraq invaded Kuwait without provocation. Had Saddam Hussein been appeased instead of stopped, he would have endangered the peace and stability of the world. Yet this aggression was stopped by the might of coalition forces and the will of the United Nations. The terms were clear to him and to all, and he agreed to prove he is complying with every one of those obligations.
He has proven instead only his contempt for the United Nations and for all his pledges. By breaking every pledge, by his deceptions and by his cruelties, Saddam Hussein has made the case against himself.
Insecurity council resolution demanded that the Iraqi regime cease at once the repression of its own people, including the systematic repression of minorities, which the council said threatened international peace and security in the region.
This demand goes ignored. Tens of thousands of political opponents and ordinary citizens have been subjected to arbitrary arrest and imprisonment, summary execution and torture by beating and burning, electric shock, starvation, mutilation and rape.
Wives are tortured in front of their husbands; children in the presence of their parents; and all of these horrors concealed from the world by the apparatus of a totalitarian state. Inthe UN security council, through resolutions anddemanded that Iraq return all prisoners from Kuwait and other lands.
It broke this promise. One American pilot is among them. Inthe UN security council through resolution demanded that Iraq renounce all involvement with terrorism and permit no terrorist organisations to operate in Iraq.
It broke its promise. In violation of security council resolutionIraq continues to shelter and support terrorist organisations that direct violence against Iran, Israel and western governments.
Iraqi dissidents abroad are targeted for murder. InIraq attempted to assassinate the Emir of Kuwait and a former American president.
And al-Qaida terrorists escaped from Afghanistan and are known to be in Iraq. Inthe Iraqi regime agreed to destroy and stop developing all weapons of mass destruction and long range missiles and to prove to the world it has done so by complying with rigorous inspections.
Iraq has broken every aspect of this fundamental pledge. From tothe Iraqi regime said it had no biological weapons. After a senior official in its weapons program defected and exposed this lie, the regime admitted to producing tens of thousands of litres of anthrax and other deadly biological agents for use with Scud warheads, aerial bombs and aircraft spray tanks.
UN inspectors believe Iraq has produced two to four times the amount of biological agents it declared and has failed to account for more than three metric tonnes of material that could be used to produce biological weapons.The Security Council today, following what it called yesterday’s "horrifying terrorist attacks" in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania, unequivocally condemned those acts, and expressed its deepest sympathy and condolences to the victims and their families and to .
Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin The best opinions, comments and analysis from The Telegraph. UN Chief Inspector Hans Blix, on 14 February , presented a report to the Security Council. Blix gave an update of the situation in Iraq, and he stated that the .
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The security council resolutions will be enforced, the just demands of peace and security will be met or action will be unavoidable and a regime that has lost its legitimacy will also lose its power.