„Now, in the U.N., these hate-Israel jobs are important. You cannot take the risk that a selectee will be fair or balanced or unbiased. So you go for someone like Lynk.
For example, Lynk is a member of the advisory board of the ‚Canadian–Palestinian Education Exchange‘ (CEPAL), which promotes the ‚Annual Israeli Apartheid Week.‘ Three days after 9/11, he blamed the attacks on ‚global inequalities‘ and ‚disregard by Western nations for the international rule of law.‘ He signed a 2009 statement condemning Israel for alleged ‚war crimes‘ in Gaza. At the Group of 78’s annual policy conference in 2009, he said, as summarized in the group’s report, that he ‚used to think the critical date in the Palestinian–Israeli conflict was 1967, the start of the occupation.‘ Now he thinks that ‚the solution to the problem must go back to 1948, the date of partition and the start of ethnic cleansing.‘ In other words, Israel should not exist and its mere existence is a harbinger of ethnic cleansing and other crimes. (Der wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter am Council for Foreign Relations Elliott Abrams: „The Always Reliable United Nations“)