I had a discussion with a Finnish Greens activist in the Central Finland capital of Jyväskylä over the weekend. The conversation was varied, at one point I asked the WWF activist if she ever heard any single politician or political party ever criticise UN corruption? Her answer was no, and I proceeded to inform her with some good examples.
Here is just one more of the reasons why the UN should be disbanded and cell phones handed out to all those leaving the building.
Mr Kleinschmidt, who ran the camp from 2013 and left the UN in late 2014, was also shocked by the outright lies of aid colleagues.
He said: ‘I remember in 2013, Unicef were making a big story about how 15,000 kids go to school at the camp, but it wasn’t true, it was a lie. You might have that many enrolled, but only 3,000 to 4,000 were going into the school. How can you put something out which is simply not true?
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UN refugee camp chief: We wasted millions. Why? Because – reveals whistleblower in a stunning admission – we were obsessed by photos of stars in our T-shirts
(This kind of story, and anything about that diva family of no talents in the US, make you suspect we might deserve what is coming our way)
Shocking multi-million-pound waste and paralysing bureaucracy at the United Nations have been exposed by a former senior official from the organisation – which receives vast sums from the British taxpayer each year.
Killian Kleinschmidt was the manager of a sprawling camp for Syrian refugees in Zaatari, Jordan.
A veteran of 25 years with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the Austrian aid expert has revealed how the organisation was dogged by infighting and an obsession with celebrities.
And he has exposed how senior aid bureaucrats lied about caring for thousands more children than they actually did.
Killian Kleinschmidt, a former senior official from the UN, revealed how the organisation was dogged by infighting and an obsession with celebrities (pictured, David Beckham)