Jim Casey Addresses The UN General Assembly

While Kofi Annon has not yet called upon me to deliver my foreign policy address to the General Assembly of the United Nations, I thought I would offer some frank observations and congenial assertions in regard to my foreign policy agenda when elected president, and in particular in response to the Gentlemen President from Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.


Sir, Gentlemen, et al,
Your arguments are well thought, often carry the weight of factual truths at face value, and seem to indicate your understanding of the delicate balance between provincial problems and the interaction of the State in an ever smaller world. As they say, all politics is local.

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While I cannot claim extensive experience on the world stage, I believe I have a good understanding of the larger problems evoked by multi-national corporate corruption and greed.

No man can micromanage an entire country, much less the entire world. I know the United States has the best reconnaissance and information gathering capabilities in the world, and believe I can count on a variance of advisers for accurate information on which to base the best possible decisions in regard to world events.

But don’t misunderstand, because while I am quite certain I would be comfortable engaging in a state dinner with you, I would be equally at ease dispensing gun-boat diplomacy should I feel it had become requisite.

I certainly do share your interest in domestic tranquility and understand the importance of open dialogue between different cultural factions. In the United States, we understand that different well meaning people often feel that their religious and social beliefs are absolute, and therefore inevitably present a seemingly irreconcilable clash of ideas, discussion that is sometimes satirical and may even lack fundamental reverence.

Therefore, we support our constitution as the final words ensuring that that discussion – freedom of speech – need not become violent, and that the system remains open to change through petition within those constitutional boundaries.

It is accurate to say that the United States has enjoyed playing the role of world superpower, enabled by the flow of hegemony, resources, and intellectual resources following WWII. And, during the relatively short instant of time since then, the entire world has undergone industrial and technological revolution that is unequaled in all of history.

Inevitably, the fast pace of those changes has also resulted in some of the economic, social and cultural upheavals that now seem to threaten our friendly relationship.

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I look forward to the opportunity, and the honor, as it is bestowed upon me by my fellow Americans, to working with you, and your soon to be successor, achieving the goal of helping the peoples of the United States, Iran, Israel, and others to achieve a balance of individualism, respect for differences, and mutually beneficial progress as we all continue moving forward into a fast paced future.

Jim Casey
Write-In Candidate for President of The United States

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While Kofi Annon has not yet called upon me to deliver my foreign policy address to the General Assembly of the United Nations, I thought I would offer some frank observations and congenial assertions in regard to my foreign policy agenda when elected president, and in particular in response to the Gentlemen President from Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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