UN Israel Bias: Can You Be in NYC September 21st? Video

This video explaining the United Nations bias against Israel, the only Democracy in the Middle East, is the best I’ve seen. If you are going to be in New York City on September 21st, 2011, join Israel supporters at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza to hold the United Nations Human Rights Council accountable for it’s actions against Israel, as the UN launches its racist Durban III Anti-Racism Review Conference.

United Nations

 

September 21, 2011

11 a.m.

Dag Hammerskjold Plaza, New York City

From a previous post:

Of the United Nations member states, 88 countries are fully free – only 46%, out of 192 member states. Of U.N. action against Human Rights, the council has taken action against Israel 96 times. The next highest actions have gone to the Sudan with 46 actions. Iran has had fewer human rights actions than the United States of America.

The Human Rights Council is subverted though bloc voting. The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) members vote in a bloc to further Islam within the U.N. In other words, they always vote with each other. With this control, there will be no such thing as real human rights championed with the United Nations.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy told the UN it desperately needed reform, and the organization would get nowhere by requiring “consensus” on the very issues that plague it. The unspoken message is you can’t demand human rights from Islamic countries, unless you accept that sharia law will be the norm, and as a consequence, there will be no human rights as recognized by any Western population. While Sarkozy was speaking out, the UN was conducting their every-4-year review of all member countries and their human rights, and there is barely a peep from the U.S.

The members of the U.N. Human Rights Council presently led by dictators:

Libya (suspended…for now), Angola, Cameroon, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia

Serving on the U.N. Human Rights Council, but not considered led by a dictator:

China, Jordan Pakistan, Qatar, North Korea, and Cuba

In August 2010, Iran was elected to the U.N. Commission on Women’s Rights.


Understanding UN Bias Against Israel – Invitation to Durban 3 NYC (video)

Thanks to David Horowitz’ Front Page Magazine and Arlen Williams at Gulag Bound