U.N. – United Nations against the U.S. and Israel

Mar 5, 2009 by

BoltonOnUN Once again the United Nations is showing that it is little more than a collection of states that hate the United States and Israel. There are many member states that need to go back and read the U.N. Charter to remember what the true mission of the United Nations is. Article 1 of the Charter states the purposes of the United Nations. They are:

  1. To maintain international peace and security.
  2. To develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples.
  3. To achieve international co-operation in solving problems of an economic, social, cultural, or humanitarian character.
  4. To be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations in the attainment of these common ends.

I wish someone would tell me which of the above purposes was being served when a top official of the U.N. accused the United States of committing inhuman “atrocities” in Iraq and Afghanistan during a speech Wednesday to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. U.N. General Assembly President Miguel d’Escoto Brockmann ranted during his speech that:

The aggressions against Iraq and Afghanistan and their occupations constitute atrocities that must be condemned and repudiated by all who believe in the rule of law in international relations.

D’Escoto claimed that U.S. actions have directly led to more than a million Iraqi civilian deaths since 2003, a vastly inflated figure that does not correspond with the U.N.’s own vastly overstated estimates. The U.N.’s health and medical agency, The WHO, says 151,000 Iraqis have died since the 2003 invasion while IraqBodyCount.org puts the death toll between 90,000-99,245. D’Escoto goes on to scream that these violations “must be addressed to bring an end to the scandalous present impunity.”

This clown is a top U.N. official and stands in front of the United Nations making these outrageous statements without a hint of condemnation from any U.N. official. Again I ask which of the stated purposes of Article 1 of the U.N. Charter is being served by a U.N. official making such statements? What really makes his statements so outrageous is the fact that D’Escoto was once the foreign minister for the Communist Sandinista government of Nicaragua.

The Sandinista government had a long record of human rights violations, one in which D’Escoto played a prominent role. Included in these violations were the murders of 800 Miskito prisoners, the disappearance of hundreds of detainees every month for years, the discoveries of 60 common graves of individuals who were executed by the Sandinista People’s Army or the State Security and the torture of many others. In 1997 R.J. Rummel in his book Statistics of Democide estimated that the Sandinistas were responsible for 5,000 non-battle related deaths.

I find it outrageous that someone with D’Esconto’s past history of association with human rights abuses could not only be a top U.N. official today but have the gall to stand in front of the world and falsely accuse the United States of the murder of a million Iraqis and Afghans. Rhetoric like this against both the United Sates and Israel is all to common with many top U.N. officials and should be recognized for what it really is. And what it really is is a blind and unreasoning hatred of countries like the United States and Israel and everything that they represent. Could someone please explain to me why the United States is still a member of the United Nations?

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The Democrats big lie.

May 27, 2008 by

zero-visibilityAsk any Democrat whether they think the war on terror has made our country any safer and the stock answer you will get from them is no. It is an article of faith of Democrats that the Bush administration has done nothing to enhance our security and that in fact mishandling has actually contributed to the number of terrorists who want to harm America. I have to question how anyone can think that our country is not any safer than it was before the war on terror. What facts do the Democrats have to support that belief? These are the facts that I have been able to collect that refute the Democrats big lie.

February: Marine Corps Lt. Colonel Higgens, Chief of the U.N. Truce Force, was kidnapped and murdered by Hezbollah.

December: Pan Am flight 103 from London to New York was blown up over Scotland, killing 270 people, including 35 from Syracuse University and a number of American military personnel.

November: American University in Beirut bombed.

January: A Pakistani terrorist opened fire outside CIA headquarters, killing two agents and wounding three.

February: World Trade Center bombed, killing six and injuring more than 1,000.

January: Operation Bojinka, Osama bin Laden’s plan to blow up 12 airliners over the Pacific Ocean, discovered.

November: Five Americans killed in attack on a U.S. Army office in Saudi Arabia.

June: Truck bomb at Khobar Towers kills 19 American servicemen and injures 240.

June: Terrorist opens fire at top of Empire State Building, killing one.

February: Palestinian opens fire at top of Empire State Building, killing one and wounding more than a dozen.

November: Terrorists murder four American oil company employees in Pakistan.

January: U.S. Embassy in Peru bombed.

August: Simultaneous bomb attacks on U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania killed more than 300 people and injured over 5,000.

October: Egypt Air flight 990 crashed off the coast of Massachusetts, killing 100 Americans among the more than 200 on board; the pilot yelled “Allahu Akbar!” as he steered the airplane into the ocean.

October: A suicide boat exploded next to the U.S.S. Cole, killing 17 American sailors and injuring 39.


September: Terrorists with four hijacked airplanes kill around 3,000 Americans in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.

October: Diplomat Laurence Foley murdered in Jordan, in an operation planned, directed and financed by Zarqawi in Iraq, perhaps with the complicity of Saddam’s government.

May: Suicide bombers killed 10 Americans, and killed and wounded many others, at housing compounds for westerners in Saudi Arabia.

October: More bombings of United States housing compounds in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia killed 26 and injured 160.

There were no successful attacks inside the United States or against American interests abroad.

There were no successful attacks inside the United States or against American interests abroad.

There were no successful attacks inside the United States or against American interests abroad.

There were no successful attacks inside the United States or against American interests abroad.

So far, there have been no successful attacks inside the United States or against American interests abroad.

Statistics show that the Bush administration has had remarkable success in making America a safer place, despite Democratic lies to the contrary. While Islamic terrorists continue to carry out successful attacks around the world, in England, Spain, Russia, Pakistan, Israel, Indonesia and elsewhere, no terrorist attacks have been successful in the United States for over four years. This success can be attributed to several things. The success of the war in Afghanistan, defeating the Taliban and depriving al Qaeda of its training grounds. NSA eavesdropping on international terrorist communications. President Bush’s skillful diplomacy in convincing other nations to take stronger actions against their own domestic terrorists. Even the Department of Homeland Security may not be as lame as one might think. There are many more contributing factors to the remarkable success of the Bush administration in defeating terrorism at home and abroad, but Democratic contributions are not among them. The Democrats were opposed to almost every initiative the Bush administration proposed to fight the war on terror. But despite the Democrats best efforts, our country is safer now than it was before September 2001. So the next time you hear a Democrat say our country is not safer now than it was four years ago, be sure to stand up and call them on their lie.

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