March 28, 2005
The UN Blues
Blues stay away from me,
Oh blues, why don't you let me be,
Don't know why,
You keep on haunting me.
-- B.B. King
According to the Times of London, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan is "struggling with depression..."
(Note: You are cordially invited to a pity party at my place tonight at 8. Bring a covered dish.)
A cavalcade of UN scandals -- one of which involves his son Kojo -- is weighing so heavily on Kofi that he may resign, the Times reports. One UN "observer" is quoted as saying that the secretary-general is emotionally at the "bottom of the trough."
Depression is nothing to joke about.
The secretary-general needs to accept that depression is a medical condition for which many forms of treatment are available.
Kofi must aggressively treat his depression before it escalates to a dangerous level. That's why he should discreetly take a few bucks from the UNICEF Tsunami Fund and buy a plentiful supply of Prozac. Or why not just launder the UNICEF cash through Kojo's bank account and then buy the medicine? It's worked before!
Remember: depression is nothing to joke about. (Except when it's about Kofi Annan.)
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