Skip to comments.U.N. concerned by U.S. plans for child migrants
Posted on 07/31/2014 9:14:31 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
The United Nations' human rights chief expressed concern on Thursday at what she said were plans by the U.S. government to deport tens of thousands of unaccompanied children who entered the United States in recent months.
Navi Pillay-Wanker, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, urged Washington to protect the child migrants and investigate dozens of reports of abuse against them by U.S. officials.
"I am particularly concerned because the United States appears to be taking steps to deport most of these children back," Pillay-Wanker told a final news briefing in Geneva before completing six years in office on Aug. 31.
"There are almost 100 reports of physical, verbal and sexual abuse by agents towards the children, filed in a complaint by NGOs (non-governmental organizations)," Pillay-Wanker said.
"The United States does need to urgently investigate all alleged human rights abuses against children and severely sanction perpetrators," the former U.N. war crimes judge said.
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She’s a Wanker.
Say no more.
Why don’t we offer to fly them all to Gaza where they can be used as human shields by Hamas? The U.N. clearly doesn’t see any human rights issues with that.
It won’t be long before the system is overwhelmed. Where are the people who brought it about going to hide afterwards?
“I am particularly concerned because the United States appears to be taking steps to deport most of these children back,” Pillay-Wanker”
She’s delusional. They are here to stay.
U.N. wants to stick their BIG NOSE in this?
Ship all the kids to the U.N> and drop them at the U.N.’s door.
:: U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights ::
So, Navi’s direct-report would be the UN Ambassador from Libya, Chair of the UN Human Rights Commission, correct?
Send the “Children” especially those around 16 or 17 with all those pretty numerical based tattoos to live with the U.N. wonks in their villas in Switzerland. The Swiss will love it as much as the U.N. wonks will I am sure.
I generally ignore women with hyphenated names.
Deport the UN.
Awwww ... isn’t it touching how easily this sweet woman gives away another country’s resources? Maybe she should devote a little of her humanitarianism to improving the conditions in the invaders’ homelands. Or have those much-ballyhooed atrocities and human rights violations never hit her radar?
Well, then, let’s bus ALL the illegals to UN Headquarters in NYC. . . and let THEM deal with the issue. At their expense...
Too bad they aren’t concerned with conditions in the children’s’ home countries.
Deport the U.N. bears repeating. Diplomatic immunity can go with it.
I live in Ocean County NJ(on the Jersey Shore) and a few hours ago I got into a heated exchange with one of the editors of a liberal newspaper called The Asbury Park Press, owned by the Gannett organization, it's widely circulated through most of this state. Today's editorial cartoon really ticked me off. It was drawn by a Nick Anderson of the Houston Chronicle. You go to firstname.lastname@example.org" to see it. I was speaking to a Mr. Riley and to bottom line it I said that this portrayal of Americans as toothless inbred ,armed murderous bigots lying in wait to kill illegals is as scurrilous as the anti- Semetic renderings the Nazis portrayed Jews. He told that ''armed citizens militias'' are patrolling the border looking to do just that. I asked him to give me one example of an armed American killing illegals. He couldn't but he insisted on that point. I said if he meant ranchers trying to protect their homes and families from the depredations of illegals I said they have the right to do that and I told him I don't know any of these American ranchers have ever killed someone. His paper is filled constantly of endless sob stories about these criminals. I challenged him to do a series in his paper on the negative impact illegal immigration on the nation and New Jersey in particular. He gave me his word, for what that's worth that he would. I'm not holding my breath.