UN: Execution of Gays no Longer Condemned

Bob Levin11/21/2010 6:39:35 pm PST

re: #9 Sergey Romanov

Stalinist Russia was pretty effective at elimination dissension up until 1988. Stalin himself died in the 1950s. Kruschev was no puppy. It was happening while the UN still had respect around the world. I wasn’t really expecting them to address the deeds of Lenin, or anything occurring during WWII.

But during the heyday of the UN, the decolonialism of the 1950s, they certainly could have addressed the USSR, China, and Cuba—which I didn’t mention above.