Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Transnational Bankruptcy: the racist anti racism counter conference

Durban III: "What happens when a group of states collude to corrupt the meaning of human rights?"

Aug. 31, 2011

The NWO and R2P -

- Poster from a another era - 
Tags: Mladic, Srebrenica, Bosnia, R2P, U.N., Ghadaffi, Lybia, Arab Spring, NATO, sovereignty, New World Order, Treaty of Westphalia, autonomy, Madeleine Albright, Richard Holbrooke, Yugoslavia, ICTY, Samantha Power, International Crisis Group, George Soros, Serbia

Infowars: "Ratko Mladic Arrest: the Uses and Hypocrisy of U.N. “Genocide”", by Eric Pottenger and Jeff Friesen

The meaning behind the media response is clear: the arrest last Thursday of the so-called “Butcher of Bosnia,” General Ratko Mladic, is being deliberately used as a well-timed propaganda weapon in the ongoing war by globalists against the national sovereignty of countries around the world. A survey of the mainstream media accounts of the arrest reveal that the specific details of the crimes attributed to Mladic have been cast aside completely. Perhaps the same will be said of his forthcoming trial in the Hague–only time will tell. The real judgment against Mladic, however, will be formed in the court of public opinion. And it is in this venue where indictments–usually hypocritical–and slogans–usually trite–function as evidence. It is here where language and imagery is used to conjure up the worst genocidal massacres in world history. There is a craft at work here. For the audience to be effectively persuaded, emotion must take the place of reason. (...) >>>

June 2, 2011

Goldstone does a U turn after the damage has been done -

Spectator: "Richard Goldstone recants. What price the Israel witch-hunt now?", Melanie Phillips"

In an extraordinary article in the Washington Post, Richard Goldstone has now admitted that his infamous report was wrong. Having fuelled the blood libel that in Operation Cast Lead in Gaza Israel had targeted civilians, he now says that, as a result of the final report of the UN committee of independent experts and other eidence that has emerged since his report was published, he accepts that
civilians were not intentionally targeted as a matter of policy
and further states that
if I had known then what I know now, the Goldstone Report would have been a different document.
What self-serving rubbish. There was ample evidence at the time from numerous sources that Hamas was telling lies about the number of civilians who were killed by Israeli fire. (...) >>>

Apr 2, 2011

Iran for UN's 'women's rights' -

PJM: "Disgraceful: Iran gets elevated to UN body on women’s rights, with US approval"

Today, Iran becomes a full-member of the UN’s top women’s rights body, the UN Commission on the Status of Women. It was elected by the UN General Assembly – by consensus, meaning with the approval of the United States.

Here is what the Commission is supposed to be doing: “”The Commission on the Status of Women…is dedicated exclusively to gender equality and advancement of women. It is the principal global policy-making body. Every year, representatives of Member States gather at United Nations Headquarters in New York to evaluate progress on gender equality, identify challenges, set global standards and formulate concrete policies to promote gender equality and advancement of women worldwide.”

Here is what Iran is doing (...) >>>

Mar 4, 2011

Giving murderous Khadaffi a pass - Hammering Israel, treating murderous, rabid Khadaffi with kid gloves -

Yid With Lid: "Obama Still Silent on Libyan Massacres While the Mainstream Media Provides Him With Excuses"

Last night the United Nations Security Council took up the issue of the massacre of Libyan citizens by the desperate dictator trying to cling to power Muammar Gaddafi, Qaddafi or Kadafi. Protesters are being shot at from military helicopters and/or fighter Jets on orders by this blight upon the world, who has spent a life time supporting terrorism or giving the orders for civilian murders himself. According to reports over 1,000 people have been killed by the despot over the past few days. The end result of the Security Council deliberations was a press statement condemning the regime’s violence against civilians, the weakest option available to it (short of saying nothing).

 A “press statement,” which does not enter the council’s record but must be approved by all members, is the weakest action the U.N. Security Council can take. A stronger option is a “presidential statement,” which does become part of the council’s record and is signed by the council’s president. And the strongest action (what the group tried to pass against Israel last week) resolution, which can either be non-binding or legally binding (...) Holy Cow. Just a few short days ago this same group was ready to issue the harshest possible message to Israel for allowing Jews to live in Judea and Samaria, but they offer the most tepid response possible to someone who ruthlessly killed 1,000 people in less than a week.

As disgusting as the Security Council's action, it still beats the heck out of what President Obama has done. Which is absolutely nothing. A strange reaction when you consider that he was issuing almost daily statements telling US Ally Egypt's President Mubarak to get out, and last Friday he would have voted for a UN security council resolution condemning another ally Israel if the word "illegal" was changed to "illegitimate." Qaddafi who has never been considered a strong US ally, and indeed at times has been considered an enemy, has gotten a free pass by the POTUS. Even worse, the liberal media, who should be pointing out the Presidential inconsistency is making lame excuses to give Obama cover. (...) >>>

Feb. 23, 2011

The Arab lynch mob -

Update - US vetoed the resolution, but the Obama is hoisted by own petard on the Israeli-Palestinian front, says Leo Rennert -

Israel Matzav: "Betrayal: US to support Security Council condemnation of Israel"

(...) following up on its betrayal of Egypt, the Obama administration has now decided to betray Israel for good measure. And given that the vote could take place as soon as Thursday night, it really might be over. The U.S. informed Arab governments Tuesday that it will support a U.N. Security Council statement reaffirming that the 15-nation body "does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlement activity," a move aimed at avoiding the prospect of having to veto a stronger Palestinian resolution calling the settlements illegal. (...)

But all of that is legalistic parsing, and the clear implication of this resolution statement would be that the US is abandoning Israel. Omri Ceren says that's natural in light of the way that the Obama administration handled Egypt. (...) On Wednesday night, a couple of hours before this report broke, an Israeli Radio commentator expressed amazement that with all that's going on in the Arab world today, the Arabs are still aggressively pursuing this resolution. (...) >>>

Feb. 17, 2011

UN aiding and abetting plunder -

Please read the message below and if you are so inclined, click the link at the bottom to add your name to the petition to halt the re-naming (and historical erasing) of two of Judaism's most important historical and religious sites into two Muslim sites. Then, if you are further moved, please send this email far and wide to ensure more people have the opportunity to be counted. Thank you.


(...) The United Nations has once again reared its anti-semitic head. The Executive Board of UNESCO has declared 2 of Judaism's holiest sites (Tomb of the Patriarchs and Tomb of Rachel) to be mosques and demand that Israel remove the sites from its National Heritage list (BTW, UNESCO is also same the UN organization which supports anti-Semitic content in the schoolbooks of Palestinian children).

In an effort to erase Jewish history and supersede Jewish religious sites with Islamic institutions, Muslims have intentionally built mosques upon numerous synagogues and Jewish holy sites. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office decried the ludicrous nature of the UNESCO decision (...) >>>

Jan. 26, 2011

PJM: "I’m from the UN and I’m Here to Help", by Theodore Dalrymple

Beware of internationalists trying to do good: how the UN inadvertently supplied Haiti with cholera (...) >>>

December 17, 2010

UN: killing gays is okay -

IGLHRC: "Governments Remove Sexual Orientation from UN Resolution Condemning Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions"

The International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) and ARC International are deeply disappointed with yesterday’s vote in the Third Committee of the United Nations General Assembly to remove a reference to sexual orientation from a resolution on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions. The resolution urges States to protect the right to life of all people, including by calling on states to investigate killings based on discriminatory grounds. For the past 10 years, the resolution has included sexual orientation in the list of discriminatory grounds on which killings are often based. (...)

The amendment removing the reference to sexual orientation was sponsored by Benin on behalf of the African Group in the UN General Assembly and was adopted with 79 votes in favor, 70 against, 17 abstentions and 26 absent.

“This vote is a dangerous and disturbing development,” said Cary Alan Johnson, Executive Director of IGLHRC. “It essentially removes the important recognition of the particular vulnerability faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people - a recognition that is crucial at a time when 76 countries around the world criminalize homosexuality, five consider it a capital crime, and countries like Uganda are considering adding the death penalty to their laws criminalizing homosexuality.” (...) >>>

Nov. 21, 2010

Israel severs tie with UNESCO. Who's next? -

JP: "Ayalon: Israel will no longer cooperate with UNESCO"

Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon announced that Israel will no longer cooperate with UNESCO, during a Wednesday Knesset discussion after the organization blasted Israel for declaring the Cave of the Patriarchs and Rachel's tomb as national sites.

"We should see the organization's decision to remove the Cave of the Patriarchs and Rachel's Tomb from the list of Israel's national sites as part of Palestinian escalation in international organizations," Ayalon said. (...) >>>

Nov. 3, 2010

The UN, an anti-Zionist entity -

YNet: "The broken UN dream", by Yoaz Hendel

The new report by the UN Human Rights Council should be framed and posted in every political science class in the world: It would be an advanced lesson on diplomatic cynicism and the broken UN dream. This time too, in line with the fine tradition of this Council, the probe against Israel was managed with predetermined conclusions and a mandate to find the Jewish state guilty at any price. (...)

Here is a partial list of the dignified members of the UN Human Rights Council: Bahrain (since 2007,) Bangladesh (since 2009,) China (since 2009,) Jordan (since 2009,) Malaysia (since 2009,) Pakistan (since 2009,) and Algeria (since 2007.) As we know, these states show genuine concern for human rights in their own countries on a daily basis, so it’s hard not to be impressed by their concern for a single flotilla headed to the tranquil shores of Gaza.

By the way, a partial list of members in the UN committee on the status of women includes Algeria, Egypt, Malaysia, Pakistan, and the crown jewel – Iran, where sinning women are stoned to death by law. (...) >>>

Oct. 10, 2010

US supportive of UN's HR chutzpah -

FoxNews: "At the U.N. Obama Promotes Human Wrongs Against Israel Instead of Human Rights"

Wednesday in Geneva during the current session of the U.N. Human Rights Council, the Obama administration became a willing participant in the U.N.’s imposition of an apartheid-style ban on representatives of the state of Israel. Despite the promises made by the administration that by joining the Council the United States would not become part of the problem, U.S. Ambassador to the Council Eileen Donahoe chose to attend and fully participate in a meeting that deliberately excluded anyone representing the Jewish state. (...)

While Israelis are left standing in the hall during the Council’s regional group meetings, this week for the first time Libya took its seat as a full-fledged Council member. Other full voting members of the U.N.’s lead human rights body include such model citizens as Saudi Arabia, China, Cuba, Russia and Kyrgyzstan. Joining the Human Rights Council was one of President Obama’s first foreign policy decisions. (...) >>>

Sept. 17, 2010

Meet our interlocutors -

Douglas Farah: "Failing States and Despots: Interesting Reading"

My favorite magazine edition of the year just came out: Foreign Policy's Failed State Index.. As always it is full of interesting data points that help one understand how and why state's fail. But this year there is also a ranking of the worst leaders in the world.

What is striking, from my perspective, is that only two Latin American leaders are named: Hugo Chávez, weighing at number 17 of the 23 worst listed, and Raúl Castro at number 21. What is also striking is that their three primary allies outside of Latin America are also among the world's worst: Mahmoud Ajmadinejad of Iran at number 8; Basher al-Assad of Syria (recently jointly bashing Israel and calling for an end to the empire, meaning the United States) at number 12; and China's Hu Jintao, busying buying up all the natural resources he can, at number 10. (...) >>>

Jun 30, 2010

Staggering amorality at the UN -

CNSN: "Former U.N. General Assembly President – a Critic of the U.S. and Israel – Will Provide ‘Expertise’ to U.N. Human Rights Council", by Patrick Goodenough

Less than a year after he ended an often turbulent presidency of the U.N. General Assembly, a Nicaraguan leftist and arch-critic of the U.S. and Israel was set Friday to be appointed to the advisory committee of the U.N.’s top human rights agency.

Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann has been nominated by the Sandinista government to fill a vacancy on the Human Rights Council’s advisory committee, a body of 18 experts, which functions as the Geneva-based council’s think tank.

As the vacant position is one of three earmarked for Latin America and the Caribbean nations, and D’Escoto is the only nominated put forward by that regional group, known as GRULAC, his election by the 47-member council on the last day of its three-week midyear session is likely to be a formality. (...) >>>

Jun 19, 2010

Israel's twin defeats -

Townhall: "Ending Israel's Losing Streak", by Caroline Glick

(...) In the space of four days, Israel has suffered two massive defeats. A straight line runs between the anti-Israel resolution passed last Friday at the UN's Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference and the Hamas flotilla. And in both cases, Israeli officials voiced "surprise," at these defeats. Given the months-long build-up to the NPT review conference, and the weeks-long build-up to the Turkish-Hamas flotilla, that surprise cannot be attributed to a lack of information. What it points to rather is a cognitive failure of Israel's leaders - from Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu down - to understand the nature of the war being waged against us.

And it is this fundamental failure of cognition that has landed six soldiers in the hospital, Israel's international reputation in tatters and Israeli spokesmen - from Netanyahu down - searching for a way to describe a reality they do not understand and explain how they will cope with challenges that confound them. The reality is simple and stark. Israel is the target of a massive information war that is unprecedented in scale and scope. This war is being waged primarily by a massive consortium of the international Left and the Arab and Islamic worlds. The staggering scale of the forces aligned against Israel is demonstrated by two things. (...) >>>

June 3, 2010

The Apartheid judge who condemned Israel -

Hudson NY: "Legitimating Bigotry: The Legacy of Richard Goldstone", by Alan M. Dershowitz

Richard Goldstone, author of the notorious Goldstone report, did not become a South African judge in the post-Apartheid Mandela Era, as The New York Times and other media have erroneously reported. He accepted a judgeship during the worst days of Apartheid and helped legitimate one of the most racist regimes in the world by granting the imprimatur of the rule of law to some of the most undemocratic and discriminatory decrees. Goldstone was--quite literally--a hanging judge. (...) >>>

May 10, 2010

Put it on the scrap heap of history! The UN has become the tool of postmodern collectivists, third world tyrants and evil doers from both camps - more on Eye on the UN - read here about the evils of misogynic societies - Stop Islamization of Europe (SIOE) weighing in -

Examiner: "U.N. puts Iran in charge of women's rights commission", by Robert Moon

Demonstrating once again what an embarrassing joke the United Nations has become, it quietly issued a press release on Wednesday announcing that it has just elected Iran as head of the Commission on the Status of Women. Seriously. Iran. (...) >>>

Apr 30, 2010

NGOism, how it works -

Hudson NY: "The United Nations’ Marxist Agenda", by Alexandra Colen

At the recent conference on the Status of Women at the United Nations, represented Belgium, it became clear that, with the Obama administration, the United States has joined the hardcore Marxist social engineers who wish to reshape the world. The majority in the room did not regard themselves as hardliners, and could not imagine that others might not share their "enlightened" views. (...) The Marxist agenda is one of global scope: its proponents will not rest until they have eradicated every last remnant of pre-sexual-revolution morality. Since the 1960s, they have acquired powerful instruments to achieve this aim: They manipulate the complicated and non-transparent bureaucracy of the UN (they fondly refer to it as "the system"), which exerts powerful pressure on the governments of the world. Through this bureaucracy they aggressively advance their cause, initiating attacks at every opportunity on the core values of family-based societies, especially the Judaeo-Christian values that have shaped Western civilization. (...) >>>

Mar 22, 2010

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The U.N. agency charged with stopping nuclear proliferation enabled it. After the IPCC demise, now this. Isn't it time to disband the UN?

Forbes: "What The IAEA Knew", by Anne Bayefsky

The most important thing gleaned from the report by the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) circulated on Feb. 18, which states that Iran may indeed be bent on developing a nuclear bomb, is not new information about Iran. It is that for years the United Nations apparatus lied about what they knew and actively stood in the way of efforts to prevent the world's most dangerous regime from acquiring the world's most dangerous weapon.

The "confidential" report leaked to every news agency on the planet, is quoted as stating that on the basis of "extensive" and "credible" information the IAEA now has "concerns about the possible existence in Iran of ... current undisclosed activities related to the development of a nuclear payload for a missile," and "concerns about possible military dimensions to Iran's nuclear program.

While Obama administration officials have attempted to spin the first report of IAEA chief Yukiya Amano, who took over last December, as a U.N. achievement, the implications of the evident U.N. deceit cannot be overstated. After all, the organization has a choke hold on global imaginations. In 2005 the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the IAEA and its then Director General Mohammed ElBaradei "for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used for military purposes." It is now clear that this occurred at the very same time that ElBaradei was engaged in what may well prove to be the most lethal cover-up in human history. (...) >>>

Feb. 22, 2010

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~~Just Me in T~~ said...


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