Skip to comments.Moral clarity: UN ‘Human Rights’ Council votes 29-1 to investigate Israel’s “war crimes”
Posted on 07/25/2014 4:51:58 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
…with 17 abstentions, including several from our courageous European allies. The single “no” vote? The United States of America. Thank you, Samantha Power. Seriously. For all of the (deserved) “voting present” snark conservatives have directed at President Obama, his administration took a stand against the UN’s self-parodic madness and deep moral depravity last night. The Obama White House’s record on Israel has been the worst in recent memory, but even they have standards below which they won’t stoop. Then again, the only reason our delegation was present to vote ‘no’ is that Obama insisted that we join this farcical body, lending it woefully undeserved legitimacy. Our participation on the Council has featured such indignities as prostrating ourselves before a merry-go-round of crackpot regimes as they lectured us about imagined human rights “abuses.” Last night’s resolution approved an international inquiry into Israel’s supposed “war crimes” in Gaza It did not mention Hamas. Not once. Here’s the ignominious scorecard, courtesy of UN Watch:
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After a brief hiatus immediately following World War II, it’s once again wildly popular to f**k the poor Jews.
I have to presume that the “US” voted no, just as some ‘Rats voted against Øcare - when their vote wasn’t needed for the final tally, but needed to be what it was for local consumption.
The United States should have withdrawn all financial support for this radicalized pimp club years ago. Yes, its a way to keep an eye on these nuts, but there are far more effective and economical ways to do so if we had the will...and the cajones!!
India’s “Yes” vote is disappointing.
So is the Philippines’.
They are already investigating Hamas for firing large high explosive rockets into civilian populations, right? Crickets. ...
I am very disappointed in India and won’t forget their vote
Gads but the UN is useless.
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