The Cost of Hatred

“United Nations Attorneys earn $131,000 annually, or $63 per hour, which is 47% higher than the national average for all attorneys … at $81,000 annually and 70% higher than the national salary average for all working Americans.”

The above statistics from reputable internet source should give us all pause, especially considering the amount of time Arielle Silverstein has been cashing her U.N. paychecks. The math here suggests she may be making more than $63 an hour — all while posting her hateful and toxic tirades using U.N. computers. (Not to mention the host of other generous benefits and perks she enjoys as well.)

Meanwhile, her position as “Ethics Officer” bestows upon her a trust for policing and upholding the internal rules and policies of the United Nations.

Indeed, revelations of Arielle Silverstein’s true personality and flagrant disregard for ethics emerged when this self-described “highly educated” lawyer (who, as evidenced by her online posts, can barely spell or use basic grammar) attempted to anonymously posted her views on due process and other aspects of the legal system.

Consider Arielle Silverstein’s disturbing views on the right to a fair trial, when she posted this, strewn with obscenities, using her Bozuri alias:

“I can’t believe he survived in the first place. How the f*** did that happen? Why didn’t the police shoot him? …. He will just agitate the victims’ families. Nobody wants to hear his delusional s***. I hope he gets killed in prison before he ever gets to court. I hope he gets killed before he goes to court.”

The simple fact which bears repeating is this: The United Nations has strict, codified protocols in place to regulate staff conduct. Foremost among these rules is to “exhibit respect for all cultures” and to “not discriminate against any individual or group of individuals”.

As the U.N.’s own Charter reads:

“Staff members shall uphold and respect the principles set out in the Charter, including faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person and in the equal rights of men and women. Consequently, staff members shall exhibit respect for all cultures; they shall not discriminate against any individual or group of individuals or otherwise abuse the power and authority vested in them.”

Regulation 1.2 Basic rights and obligations of staff

Staff Rules and Staff Regulations of the United Nations

Arielle Silverstein would do well not to forget this because for sure we won’t.

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