Straight talk on Palestine in the UN Human Rights Council

That’s telling them.

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22 Responses to Straight talk on Palestine in the UN Human Rights Council

  1. C.L.

    Brilliantly said, that man.
    And the reactions … priceless. What a bunch of monstrous grubs.

  2. BrettW

    Always good to have Pakistan, Venezuela and North Korea express their thoughts on human rights in other countries.

    Great speech.

  3. stackja

    PLO inhumanity. I am shocked.

  4. That video never gets old. The stunned looks on all the stuffed shirts, the Palestinian “delegates”, the smooth types sitting in front of the speaker – yeah, that never gets old watching someone have the balls to stick it to the arrogant UN with the truth for a change.

    And yes, BrettW, where the heck do Pakistan, North Korea etc get off condemning Israel for supposed human rights violations?

  5. OneWorldGovernment

    It is foul that Australia gives money to the Palestinian Scum.

  6. wal1957

    And that right there folks proves exactly how useless and corrupt the UN is. That gent spoke the truth, that most of us were already aware of. Yet the UN members are stunned! This pretentious body of overpaid, diplomatic halfwits should be ejected. Better yet, the UN and all its self-righteous members should be closed down.

    How laughable is it that Australia gets criticized by the likes of Saudi Arabia etc. for ‘human rights’ violations. The UN is a joke and Australian politicians should grow a pair, step up, and tell them to piss off! Julie Bishop, like Krudd is besotted with the UN. The only reason being that they love being centre stage! What a bunch of incompetent airheads we have these days for politicians.

  7. Up The Workers!

    The U.N. (Uncivilised Nations) is the outfit that Krudd the Munificent had aspirations of leading.

    They’re his type of people, evidently.

    By strange coincidence, the name: “KEVIN MICHAEL RUDD” is an anagram for:

    “MR. U.N. – EVIL DICKHEAD”

  8. JohnA

    Re the UNO, I am with Ben Shapiro on this. The USA should stop the funding, evict the lot of them and use the facilities for real refugees.

  9. The first major nation to have the balls and real leadership to formally withdraw from the UN will be viewed as courageous and prophetic in years to come.

  10. EvilElvis

    The Palestinians feign shock yet the guy front right in picture is the true face of the UN. A smarmy, slick, piece of fucking shit who should be thrown out the 4th floor window of the wretched place.

  11. Shy Ted

    Wonder how much longer he has to live.

  12. Peter

    Now that’s one UN speech you definitely won’t see reported in mainstream media. Even though it is a “man bites dog” story and by ordinary reporting standards, not just entirely reportable but almost headline material. But the Leftist media is the leftist media and there is no way they will break ranks.

  13. Dr Fred Lenin

    Well said that man best speech ever made in the palace of Lies he will never gat anywhere in politics or the law trade no place for evil Truthists there . The reaction of the wankers is priceless ,just shows how far removed from reality these cosseted tossers are now all we need is for Trump to pull out of the u.n. And declare the delegates persona non grata ,expel them from the u.s.a. And pull all funding . Give them a taste of what the millions of refugees they have created experience .To paraphrase lance corporal Jones “they won’t like it up em “ .
    Dr Fred’s Credo destroy socialism by Defunding ,

  14. Tel

    The Palestinians have had some shocking bad leadership. That guy said he had spent time with Hamas, who are competitors with the PLO and both of these groups have done their share of abuses, I don’t know enough of the details to pick between them, but I don’t doubt him that they use Israel as a convenient excuse to maintain power, and they brutally attack anyone who might be “collaborating” in terms of trying to come to a peaceful solution. The Palestinians still cling to the idea that they will one day rise up and take all of Israel for themselves, and that’s the only answer they want to hear.

    Having said that… there’s the same thing happening in reverse, such that Israel gets to use Palestinian violence as a justification for militancy, and repression and keeping those people locked out of any workable social arrangement. Even if a solution did present itself, the current non-solution is remarkably convenient. Israel has decided to reject multiculturalism, and that’s a pretty normal approach when it comes to the Middle East… just take a look at how Christians are treated in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Iran, Turkey, etc and you can see why there’s reason to worry about who’s next.

    And yes, plenty of the blame also falls on the surrounding Muslim nations who must answer the simple question: is the land more or less important than the people? They pretend to care about the Palestinians as a people, but they behave as if they hate the Palestinian people and covert the land.

    I can completely understand the disappointment in the UN, given as how they have achieved nothing, and probably made the situation worse with unrealistic expectations. My only suggestion is that sensible people keep well away from the Middle East… they aren’t going to stop fighting, none of them want to be peaceful, so let them get on with it.

  15. max

    The trouble with sectarians, whether they be libertarians, Marxists, or world-governmentalists, is that they tend to rest content with the root cause of any problem and never bother themselves with the more detailed or proximate causes.

    So let us become relevant; and, with that in mind, let us examine the root historical causes of the chronic as well as the current acute crisis in the Middle East; and let us do this with a view to discovering and assessing the guilty. The chronic Middle East crisis goes back – as do many crises – to World War I. The British, in return for mobilizing the Arab peoples against their oppressors of imperial Turkey, promised the Arabs their independence when the war was over. But, at the same time, the British government, with characteristic double-dealing, was promising Arab Palestine as a “National Home” for organized Z ionism. These promises were not on the same moral plane: for in the former case, the Arabs were being promised their own land freed from Turkish domination; and in the latter, world Z ionism was being promised a land most emphatically not its own.

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/07/murray-n-rothbard/war-guilt-in-the-middle-east/

  16. Cassie of Sydney

    “For in the centuries before 19th- and 20th-century Western imperialism, Jew and Arab had always lived well and peacefully together in the Middle East. There is no inherent enmity or conflict between Arab and Jew. In the great centuries of Arab civilization in North Africa and Spain, Jews took a happy and prominent part – in contrast to their ongoing persecution by the fanatics of the Christian West”…..BULLSHIT. For in the centuries before the 19th and 20th centuries, Jews , Christians and any other religious minority under Islamic rule were tolerated at best (always at the whim of the ruler at the time and please note that “tolerance” and “being tolerated” are two completely different things), made to pay the crippling dhimmi tax, subjected to periodic murderous pogroms based on libels, subjected to forced conversions and so on and so on. Oh and by the way….the forced wearing of the Star of David began in the middle east, under Islam and SPREAD to Europe.

  17. Tel
    #2605142, posted on January 9, 2018 at 8:49 am
    Having said that… there’s the same thing happening in reverse, such that Israel gets to use Palestinian violence as a justification for militancy, and repression and keeping those people locked out of any workable social arrangement. Even if a solution did present itself, the current non-solution is remarkably convenient. Israel has decided to reject multiculturalism, and that’s a pretty normal approach when it comes to the Middle East… just take a look at how Christians are treated in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Iran, Turkey, etc and you can see why there’s reason to worry about who’s next.

    We were all led to believe how bad and nasty those Middle East dictators were. The likes of Saddam, Gadaffi, Shah Pehlavi and Assad et al.
    Haven’t we since learned what a bunch of 7th Century uncivilized brutal monsters these dictators had to deal with?
    It seems to me the above named dictators knew who they were dealing with and dealt with them in the only language they understood and kept them in check for over 90 years (since the end of the Ottoman period).

    But we were misled by the media, our governments and the United Nations agencies who kept telling us what a bad bunch these dictators were and that they had to go.
    They went (Hillary: “We came, We saw, He died”) and look what WE have to deal with now.

    Regarding Israel. Israel isn’t doing one tenth of what the above dictators did, yet are dealing with the same medieval uncivilized monsters. But we haven’t learned our lesson. We call out Israel for every action, we accuse her of “militancy” and “repression” and believe some sort of a kumbaya arrangement can be made where Israelis and Palestinians (unwanted Arabs) can live together in harmony. Yeah right.

    Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, probably the most notable leader to come out of that region in the last 200 years, knew who he was dealing with when he had numerous imams arrested and hanged along with some of their fellow travellers. Today he’d be accused of human rights abuses and treated just like Israel is being treated.

    As far as a solution is concerned, there can not be a one state multicultural solution. As soon as the Arabs out populate the Jews, the Jews will be massacred and driven from their homes.
    The only solution is a two state solution with a big beautiful wall between the two. And if you want a solution with lasting peace, then the Arabs (Palestinian Arabs) must be disarmed until such time as they can be educated. Maybe in a generation or ten.

  18. Tel

    The chronic Middle East crisis goes back – as do many crises – to World War I.

    Goes back to Rome at the very least.

  19. classical_hero

    It goes back even further.

  20. Dr Fred Lenin

    The Palestinians are into about the fourth generation of “victims “ ,seems a bit like our indigenius mob of cosseted “victims “,another of the many tax gobbling “industries”set up by the useless lefties .
    You will notice how their co religionists help and assimilate the Palestinians born in their countries ,all bull and lies at the u.n. Trough and positively no action . Really good bedfellows of our own socialist scum.

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