The depraved United Nations

On September 20, the vast majority of the 192 member countries of the United Nations will probably “recognize” a Palestinian state.

The “recognition” will not be accompanied with caveats about dismantling PA terrorist organizations such as Al- Aksa Martyrs Brigades or ending the incitement to hatred and murder of Jews and Israelis that pervades all levels of Palestinian society. There will be no requirements for demilitarization. Nor will negotiations by the PA to unite with the genocidal Hamas be curtailed. The Palestinians will not be obliged to recognize Israel as a Jewish state and will continue demanding the Arab right of return to it.

Renewal of negotiations with Israel are unlikely because the Palestinians realize that their goals can be more effectively achieved by leveraging international pressure on us to make further unilateral concessions – and dismantle us in stages.

This event will be followed by Durban III, a UN endorsed hate fest designed to delegitimize and demonize the Jewish state. The principal participant will be Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who recently predicted that the UN recognition of Palestinian statehood would represent the first step toward the inevitable elimination of the Jewish state. Like the preceding meetings in 2001 and 2009, this purportedly “anti-racist conference” will overwhelmingly concentrate on spewing venom against Israel.

The founders of the United Nations, who after the defeat of Nazism endorsed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, could never have visualized that the organization they created would become controlled by dictatorships and tyrannies and transformed into a platform for promoting genocide.

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5 Responses to The depraved United Nations

  1. kirby olson says:

    It’s terrifying. Obama for some reason sees no problem with this! Thank you for this post!

  2. dimlamp says:

    Yes, it is tragic, and one wonders about the long term consequences for Israel, the Middle East, and the rest of the world.

  3. Kirby Olson says:

    The United Nations should kick out all countries that do not have a totally free press, and a genuine democracy.

    That would take care of this problem.

  4. dimlamp says:

    In a perfect world yes, that might be an effective tactic. However, given human nature, sin, and evil, I think that would leave only a few member nations. Perhaps with time and exposure to the most democratic and free press nations; there will be a more positive influence down the road upon those nations that are struggling today.

  5. Craig L. says:

    Just read an article in the IHT analyzing the Amanda Knox situation in Perugia in terms of freedom of the press. It points out that in England, home of the late Meredith Kercher, the roommate and fellow student Knox stands convicted of murdering, the press routinely pays people it interviews, including the owner of the bar that employed Knox shortly after she arrived in Italy to study Italian.

    The article points out that in American journalism paying the subject of an interview is considered malpractice on ethical grounds. It also points out that in Italy reporters are routinely jailed for questioning official actions of the government. Freedom of the press means different things in different countries and cultural contexts. That’s an important part of what makes the UN a vital and highly relevant institution.

    Perhaps the U.S. government should consider banning state sponsorship of student exchange programs that refuse to exclude countries lacking the rudiments of press freedom.

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