Thursday, March 27, 2008

UN Human Rights Council Maintains Standard of Excellence

To the sound of cheers, and by an overhwelming majority of 40 out of 47 votes, the UN Human Rights Council today elected Jean Ziegler, the co-founder of the "Muammar Khaddafi Human Rights Prize," as an expert advisor representing the Western world. And for its new Palestine expert, the council chose Richard Falk, who, like Ziegler, accuses the U.S. of being responsible for many of the world's ills and describes Israel in Nazi terminology.
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"Even within the benighted UN Human Rights council, today was a dark day for human rights," said Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch, a Geneva-based human rights monitoring agency. "The very credibility of the UN human rights system is now at stake."

Well, there's nothing new about this.

Why in the world do we need these 'tards cluttering up Turtle Bay? For $29.95 we could throw the bastards diplomats out of our country and turn the neighborhood into a Saturday Market.

I'm in for $20.00

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