U.N.’s Palestinian Solidarity Day is Really 365 Days a Year

November each year is the sad host of the U.N.’s Day of International Solidarity with the Palestinian People. The United Nations, rife with anti-semitism from every podium and seat in the house, makes no attempt to disguise the hate for Israel and its supporters. Western nations boycott, “walk out,” protest and sometimes do nothing – because the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is running the place. If you are not familiar with the U.N.’s policies of continual Jew-hatred, there are links of interest at the end of this article.

An alien observing the United Nations’ debates, reading its resolutions, and walking its halls could well conclude that a principal purpose of the world body is to censure a tiny country called Israel.

Beginning in the late 1960’s, the full weight of the UN was gradually but deliberately turned against the country it had conceived by General Assembly resolution a mere two decades earlier. The campaign to demonize and delegitimize Israel in every UN and international forum was initiated by the Arab states together with the Soviet Union, and supported by what has become known as an “automatic majority” of Third World member states.

The Day of Solidarity with Palestine is yet another ruse to bring monies flowing into Palestine, supposedly to feed and clothe the people, but in reality – the money is funneled to Hamas. If you are not aware of how the U.N. works, if you believe that Palestine is under “occupation,” if you didn’t know that the U.N. ignored the obscenities in Sudan, but condemned Israel 22 times, if you are not aware that Islam is dominate in the U.N., then the following article, The Latest U.N. Shame, is an excellent place to start the learning process. Your taxes support this evil institution. It’s never to late to join the fight to get the U.S. out of the U.N. and the U.N. out of the United States.


The Latest U.N. Shame
by Gary Fouse at Fousesquawk

Gary is ex-military, a former US Customs Agent, and a former DEA Agent. He currently “teaches English as a second language” at the University of California at Irvine. He is the published author of three books (titles on his website), and is a frequent contributor at Radarsite.

This is what you will see at the UN

This is what you won’t see at the UN

If you had not marked today’s date on your calendars, folks, you may have missed the Big News. Today, November 24th, has been designated by that august body, the United Nations as its annual “International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People”.
Of course, no expression of “solidarity” with the Palestinians could go by without bashing the state of Israel.

Sure enough, that temple of world understanding in New York will feature a film that compares Israelis as Nazis (“La Terre Parle Arabe” or “The Land Speaks Arabic.”), a film that compares the “Zionist plan for Palestinians” with the Final Solution, as well as an exhibit that paints Israel’s 60 years of existence in a terrible light. never mind the fact that 60 years ago-November 29, 1947, the same UN proclaimed two states, Israel and an Arab state side-by-side. The Jews accepted the idea. The Arab world rejected it and prepared for war. The UN lobby will be festooned with a display entitled; The Palestinians- 60 years of struggle and enduring hope.

In addition, there will be resolutions. There will be exhibits. There will be speeches-all condemning Israel for violations of human rights. The UN’s former Secretary General, the corrupt Kofi Annan has referred to November 29 as a “day of mourning-a day of grief.”

What you won’t see-what you won’t hear is this:

Nothing will be said about acts of Palestinian terrorism. There will be no mention of the airplane hijackings. There will be no mention of the 1972 Munich Olympic massacre of Israeli athletes. There will be no mention of the Achille Lauro takeover in the 1980s, when Palestinian terrorists took over a cruise ship. Nothing will be said about Leon Klinghofer, an elderly American Jewish passenger, who was murdered and tossed overboard-in his wheelchair. There will be no mention of the airport massacres carried out by Arab terrorists in Rome and Vienna in the 1980s. There will be no mention of the suicide bombings carried out by Palestinians in crowded buses, cafes and pizza parlors.

There will be no photos of Palestinians dancing in the streets and passing out candy on 9-11.

There will be no discussion of the corruption of Yassir Arafat.

There will be no discussion of the hanging or stoning of women in Iran for the “crime” of adultery. Similarly, there will be no discussion of the execution of homosexuals in Iran.

There will be no discussion of rape victims being punished for the “crime” of having illicit sex in Iran and Saudi Arabia.

There will be no discussion of forced female circumcision in parts of Africa.

This “commemoration” is just another sad example of why the UN has no further justification for its existence. This body is just a collection of nations, the majority of which are corrupt, third world countries which don’t practice democracy, and have no respect for democracy. Human rights? How many of these banana republics know the first thing about human rights? How many of these countries can match Israel (the only democracy in the entire Middle East) when it comes to human rights?

So why does this useless body exist? Probably to transfer wealth from the developed world to their own sorry countries-where government leaders can siphon it off to Swiss bank accounts while their people live in extreme poverty. They certainly don’t exist to stop genocide (witness Cambodia, Rwanda, Darfur and others). They certainly don’t exist to save people from natural disasters. When the tsunami struck Indonesia and Thailand a couple of years back, the US military was on the ground delivering food, equipment and medical supplies while the UN bureaucrats were scheduling meetings in Tokyo to decide what they should do first. Then, as American citizens were donating millions of dollars to relief agencies, the UN had the cojones to criticize the US and other developed countries for not doing enough! They seem to forget that, courtesy of the US taxpayer, our country pays almost 25% of their total budget.

It is high time for the US to form a coalition of democratic states and leave this thing called the United Nations in the dustbin of history where it belongs.

Related References:
WSJ – One Small Step

Eye on the UN – Durban Watch Read or watch the videos – here’s how the U.N. plans to promote anti-semitism

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