Skip to comments.The Deep, Virulent Evil of the United Nations
Posted on 03/16/2011 1:44:20 PM PDT by Kaslin
Blood on the bed. That's what 12-year-old Tamar Fogel saw last week when she opened the door to her parents' bedroom in Itamar, Israel. The blood covered the blankets and the bodies of her father, Rabbi Udi Fogel, and her 3-month-old sister, Hadas. In the other room, her mother, Ruth, lay murdered. So did her brothers, Yoav, 11, and Elad, 4.
Five members of the Fogel family were slaughtered in their home last week because they dared to live on historic Jewish land. They were not murderers and were not occupiers. They were people who simply wished to leave in peace and be left alone to bring up their children. Now those children have been buried along with their parents.
And the Arab Palestinian populace, which by and large constitutes the most evil population on the face of the planet, celebrated. Residents of Gaza -- an area already handed over to the Arab Palestinians by the Israeli government, supposedly in the interests of peace -- handed out candy in exultation over the crimes. These are the same people who train their small children to wear suicide vests and force them to watch propaganda about Muslims dying to "liberate" Jerusalem.
Hamas, naturally, cheered wildly and suggested that the murder of a 3-month-old fell short of Muslim expectations: "The report of five murdered Israelis is not enough to punish someone," said the Hamas spokesperson. The leader of the Palestinian Authority, Salam Fayyad, was slightly subtler, equating instead the murder of children in their beds with Israeli anti-terrorism military action.
The world community parroted Fayyad's line, with the United Nations, European Union, Russian Federation and United States condemning the attack by stating, "Attacks on any civilians are completely unacceptable in any circumstance" -- code for equating Israeli military action and Palestinian Arab thuggery.
Just to clarify their position, the United Nations held a very special event last Monday night. No, it wasn't a fundraiser to benefit the orphaned children of the Fogel family. It was a premiere screening of "Miral," a film by Julian Schnabel, a self-hating Jew and world-famous director; it's based on a book by his Arab Palestinian girlfriend, Rula Jebreal. "Miral" is a virulently anti-Israel movie casting the state of Israel in the worst possible light. Every Israeli soldier is a brutal murderer; every Palestinian is a wounded innocent; Jews are usurpers of Arab Palestinian property rights. Every anti-Israel trope is employed. "These settlers living here are our real cancer," says one Arab Palestinian character. A cancer, presumably, that must be cut out by force or stabbed to death in its bed.
"I expect to be told that the other side of the coin is not represented," Schnabel told the press several months ago. "It was not my task to tell the whole story." That purposefully one-sided treatment of the Arab-Israeli conflict brought out the stars Monday night. Al Pacino, who apparently learned nothing from playing Shylock, showed up. So did Sean Penn, the useful idiot that terrorist group Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade once asked to "represent our pain and our cause." Josh Brolin and Robert De Niro also came out to support the newest anti-Israel smear campaign.
This is what the United Nations does when faced by implacable evil: it reverses the roles. Israel is always the bully, and those who slit children's throats and soak their toys in blood are the victims. Jewish blood is cheap at the U.N. But it isn't cheap for Americans, who foot the taxpayer bill for that stinking, festering pustule of moral incoherence. We pay for the red carpet that welcomes the moronic actors who present public cover for knife-wielding child-killers. We pay for the conversion of the U.N. into an Arab Palestinian propaganda movie theater.
The U.N. has no authority, legal or ethical. Any legislator who votes for further funding for that perverse institution has blood on his or her hands.
I really do not think that there are any Freepers out there that did not understand this fact.
Of course the UN is evil.
With pressure form the U.S. I might add, that I believe brought God's judgment on this country in the form of hurricane Katrina. (A pattern that has happened several times since the U.S has involved itself in pressuring Israel to dispossess its land to its enemies.)
There is really no question in my mind that we are seeing the beginnings of what will become the Biblical "End" as spoken about in the Matthew 24 and the book of Revelation. These people are demon possessed and the world and the UN are poised to follow along down the road to perdition.
"Look up for you redemption draws near."
Enough with the Obama references already.
The Israelis have my approval to go to the West Bank, demolish all pali homes, and re-build the West Bank as part of the Jewish state like it should be. Make the Palis, once again, refugees—send them to Gaza.
I’m not surprised. With Obama, we should now look for a 9.5 earthquake.
The Palis - truly evil - as are the useful idiots who cheer them on. I hope this “film” bombs at the box office.
>Make the Palis, once again, refugeessend them to Gaza.<
If that ever happens, they will end up right here like most ‘refugees’ in the world do.
Psalm 27: 1-3
1 The LORD is my light and my salvation
whom shall I fear?
The LORD is the stronghold of my life
of whom shall I be afraid?
2 When the wicked advance against me
to devour me,
it is my enemies and my foes
who will stumble and fall.
3 Though an army besiege me,
my heart will not fear;
though war break out against me,
even then I will be confident.
the Arab Palestinian populace, which by and large constitutes the most evil population on the face of the planet, celebrated... "The report of five murdered Israelis is not enough to punish someone," said the Hamas spokesperson.
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INDEED. ROOTED IN HELL.
How is it evil, let me count the ways
It’s evil to the depth and height and breadth
That evil is. It’s evil like a pair
Of wolves and one lone sheep deciding what
To eat. And those two wolves would govern
The whole world, though not by its consent.