Skip to comments.UN: Hey, who’s up for a moment of silence to honor a tyrant?
Posted on 12/23/2011 6:54:31 PM PST by chessplayer
Via The Right Scoop, heres a heartwarming story from Turtle Bay that will have you saying awww. Or perhaps, errrr The UN General Assembly offered a moment of silence to honor a world leader that passed away this week and it wasnt Vaclav Havel:
"The 66th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on Thursday observed a minutes silence to mourn the death of Kim Jong Il, leader of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK).
Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, president of the 66th General Assembly session, asked the representatives of 193 UN member states attending a plenary session on economic and financial affairs to pay tribute to the late DPRK leader, who died on Dec. 17.
The move was at the request of the DPRK, said the president, and the one-minute silence was observed before the start of the plenary meeting of the General Assembly."
If this does not show the “values” and “ethics” of the UN, then nothing does.
Throw them out of the United States and QUIT GIVING OUR MONEY TO THEM!!!
Don’t throw them out ... charge them rent. Billions and billions of dollars. They will leave on their own.
The secular equivalent of “let us pray.” It doesn’t say to pray for what, does it?
Yeah - and they can start paying their own parking tickets, too!
I just let a big giant “silent but deadly” in his honor.
The UN General Assembly offered a moment of silence to honor a world leader that passed away this week -- and it wasn't Vaclav Havel: "The 66th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on Thursday observed a minute's silence to mourn the death of Kim Jong Il..."
Over $6 BILLION a year is going to the U.N. (That we know of).
Its nice to know the UN cares deeply for the late Communist slavemaster of North Korea.
It won’t do him much good down in hell, though.
Would be a great opportunity to loudly declare “GOOD RIDDANCE.”
Evict the bastards, this is wasted prime realestate