Former Associate of Ted Turner and Pro-World Government Groups

WASHINGTON, April 19, 2002 ( – An investigative report by Cliff Kincaid of Cybercast News Service has revealed that a board member from a pro-United Nations lobby group and former associate of controversial CNN founder Ted Turner has won a coveted post as a Bush administration representative to the U.N. Richard S. Williamson, who once served with Turner on the board of directors of the United Nations Association (UNA) has been named the alternate U.S. representative to the U.N. for special political affairs.

In his report Kincaid points out that UNA is affiliated with 100 organizations including the American Humanist Association, Planned Parenthood, and the pro-world government World Federalist Association. Moreover, UNA has lobbied extensively for the US to support the International Criminal Court. Kincaid reports that UNA is currently lobbying Bush to distribute $34 million to the U.N. Population Fund.

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