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Kevin Rudd: The next UN Secretary General?

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So with all that funny cryptic talk of yours are you saying that Kevin Rudd was more than suitable for the job even after his own party said he had lost his way, was a bastard to work with, a megalomaniac, an egotist, a control freak, an air hostess abuser and one who spat the dummy more than once when he got into a tizzy?

Turnbull made the right decision.:banghead:

There is nothing cryptic in my post, no cypher that commonsense can't decode.

I don't tizzy or hissy fit Noco, I leave that to thou and others who have obvious tissue thin veneers of composure.... thus why I am superior in all ways of man and beast (e.g. no need of the personal message function of this board to denigrate my adversaries.:rolleyes:) .......:D

Now having set the tone for open and frank dialogue .... I have made myself very clear about Kevin in the past, having no love loss for him and the majority rest of them who populate the various political party system.

But Kevin is a career public servant and a career diplomat ..... Malcolm Turnbull is a self professed entrepreneur who attempts at vociferous concern for Australia, but was on show to all that he does not possess a courage when he did as he was told and, like Palmyra in the hands of barbarian brats, mangled our NBN and with it our future well being in an unstoppable technological world.

He bungled the double dissolution, he is on notice from his peers:12 months or out, he got embarrassingly chided by his own mass membership meeting, in front of national news cameras no less, for trying to verbal them about the current turmoil within the ranks.... led surreptitiously by none other than Tony Abbott it seems.

No Noco, Tisnotme who is in a tizz about the merit of one man paying back another because of petty differences and envy. I question the qualifications of a political leader to judge international diplomacy and who has been indoctrinated into a party that once embraced an ecumenical position as part of a parliamentary system, that now sees itself as judge, jury and executioner of all things neo Liberal Party pious where only its followers are worthy.
 
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It is because he is not suitable for the job.

As Prime Minister, he carried on like a spoilt high school kid.

Even if he was nominated, he would up against a dozen other candidates and you can bet you bottom dollar the Chinese would have vetoed his application.....He was not well liked by the Chinese.

Who are you talking about ?
 
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Will someone tell Rudd his bid for the UN top job is over and to stop having tizzy fits like he used to have as PM of Australia.

There are thousands of people in Australia whose job applications fail.

He just has to accept it.



http://www.theaustralian.com.au/nat...b/news-story/4bf1488db296fb3b7a3677fe0f79a31e


No world leader, official or foreign minister has asked Malcolm Turnbull about his refusal to back Kevin Rudd as Australia’s candid*ate as UN secretary-general in *almost a week of meetings at the UN General Assembly.

And the Prime Minister has “no regrets” about his decision this year not to support Mr Rudd for the upcoming vacancy.

But while Mr Turnbull has been in New York, the former Labor prime minister has lashed out again, saying he did not accept Mr Turnbull’s explan*ation and believed it was a “concocted *excuse”.
 
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What next for our Kevin 007?......

President should we become a republic? I'm sure his sense of entitlement would lead him to believe that the position is rightfully his, since we didn't support him for the UN..
 
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President should we become a republic? I'm sure his sense of entitlement would lead him to believe that the position is rightfully his, since we didn't support him for the UN..

If Labor gets back in I think they will pull Hockey out of the US Ambassadorship and put Kevin in.
 
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If Labor gets back in I think they will pull Hockey out of the US Ambassadorship and put Kevin in.

That would be more tricks by the Green/Labor socialist left...What else would you expect from Bill Shorten?

When the Liberal Party appointed Kim Beasley, I did not hear the Labor Party say they would pull him out if they
won the election...

What a hypocrite that low life turned out be.

You socialists have a very short memory.
 
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That would be more tricks by the Green/Labor socialist left...What else would you expect from Bill Shorten?

When the Liberal Party appointed Kim Beasley, I did not hear the Labor Party say they would pull him out if they
won the election...

What a hypocrite that low life turned out be.

You socialists have a very short memory.

Hockey only got the job as a consolation prize for stuffing up here. Rudd at least has some foreign policy experience.
 

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I see Kevin and his think tank have published a plan to run the UN when he takes the top job. which apparently has some traction.
 
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