Wednesday, November 27, 2019

UN Chief Practices His Irony

Doodad

Irony: a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects and is often amusing as a result.

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday called on Lebanon’s government to disarm Hezbollah, saying it posed a threat to the UN peacekeeping mission stationed on the Israel-Lebanon border.

First, might I say, a little late don't you think UN? UN Security Council Resolution 1701 happened in 2006. Hezbollah has been breaking it since almost the beginning, building its military strength, gaining actual seats in the Lebanese government and since 2016,

"Hezbollah has had de facto veto power on political decisions despite being a minority stakeholder in the political process. The once-formidable authority of the position of the Lebanese Sunni prime minister does not exist now without Hezbollah’s consent, and the current Christian president, Michel Aoun, is an ally of Hezbollah."

IOW's, Hezbollah IS the government of Lebanon and the UN wants the government to de-arm them. ROFLMAO.

11 comments:

  1. Potential future head of the UN

    "A student from the University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) in Malaysia shocked onlookers and social media after giving a Nazi salute and thanking Adolf Hitler for the holocaust at his recent graduation ceremony.

    The graduate, named Ibn Ruru, reportedly gave the salute to show sympathy for Palestinians in Gaza and raise awareness of alleged Jewish global dominance.

    Following widespread coverage of the incident, the student took to social media to confirm he was indeed a supporter of Adolf Hitler, the man responsible for the systematic genocide of Jews, gypsies, homosexuals, and disabled people at the height of World War II.

    Posting on Facebook, Ruru he praised Hitler’s “Final Solution” and warned that the world is “blind and deaf when Jews rule.”

    “This Hitler symbol that I style on the sacred UMS stage is because the world is blind and deaf when Jews rule, as if Islamic countries are clowns for the world’s entertainment,” he wrote in Malay, adding #SaveGaza and #Pray4Palestine to the post.

    “Therefore, in solidarity with Gaza and because of anger, hatred, and vengeance towards Jews. Therefore, I thank Hitler for the Holocaust.”

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    1. “This Hitler symbol that I style on the sacred UMS stage is because the world is blind and deaf when Jews rule, as if Islamic countries are clowns for the world’s entertainment,”...

      Blind and deaf or hypnotized? We've got one in Congress, at least when she's not in sexual congress with her husband or brother or campaign manager or whoever. This little Malaysian Islamist/Nazi dude just made Islamic countries look a lot more like a clown car. He's another dumb fuck who believes that when his co-religionists want to kill Jews for any reason at all, it is incumbent on Jews to cooperate.

      “Therefore, in solidarity with Gaza and because of anger, hatred, and vengeance towards Jews. Therefore, I thank Hitler for the Holocaust.”

      Don't worry. The BBC version will change "Jews" to "Israelis." You can count on it.

      I just want to thank the IDF, who are mostly Jews, for shooting some of those Gazan Jew haters dead, dead, dead as doornails because, as we know, you gotta start somewhere.

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    2. Can we get him here on an H1B visa? There is a shortage of college educated Americans in tech field.

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  2. Hitler’s crimes against the Jews
    have been frequently justified
    in Arab writings and pronouncements.

    In the 1950s, Minister Anwar Sadat
    published an open letter to Hitler,
    hoping he was still alive and
    sympathizing with his cause.

    Important Arab writers and political figures
    have said Hitler was “wronged and slandered...”

    Or that Hitler wanted to “save...
    the world from this malignant evil...”

    SOURCE: From Time Immemorial:
    The Origins of the Arab-Jewish Conflict
    over Palestine
    (chapter 3, page 37)
    by Joan Peters, 1984, JKAP Publications

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  3. Harvard Law Professor Alan M. Dershowitz said:

    Barghouti neglects to mention the role of the Palestinian leadership during the 1930s and 1940s, who had formed an alliance with the Nazi regime in general and Adolph Hitler in particular.

    The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin Al-Husseini, collaborated with the Nazis to prevent Jewish refugees from seeking sanctuary in what became Israel.

    He was instrumental in having Jews, who were on their way out of Europe, sent to death camps.

    After the war, he was declared a war criminal for recruiting thousands of Muslim Yugislavs to murder Jews in Croatia and Hungary. Despite his Nazi collaboration – or perhaps because of it – he became and remained a hero to most Palestinians, many of whom hung his picture in their homes.

    He helped design an Arab fez adorned with a Swastika that his Palestinian followers wore (I saw that fez in a private collection of Nazi-Arab memorabilia).

    Following the Holocaust, Al-Husseini received asylum in Egypt, where he organized other German Nazis to help in efforts to destroy Israel.”

    SOURCE: Defending Israel (chapter 10, page 152)
    by Alan M. Dershowitz, year 2019, All Points Books,
    ISBN-10: 1250179963 * ISBN-13: 978-1250179968

    PERSONAL NOTE:
    Egypt is categorized as a moderate Arab country.

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  4. (American) Thanksgiving greetings to all.

    Vic Rosenthal has a fine column today over at EoZ. Here it is:

    http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2019/11/getting-respect-vic-rosenthal.html

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  5. There's been a stabbing attack on London bridge. I blame those trying to rein in Labour's antisemitism. If they could vent, they wouldn't need to stab.

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  6. Harvard Law Professor Alan M. Dershowitz said:

    “It is virtually impossible to get the United Nations
    to condemn any Arab terrorist group or state for
    any attack on Israel or Jewish institutions.

    Yet there is an eagerness to condemn Israel,
    whether Israel is right or wrong.”

    SOURCE: Chutzpah by Alan M. Dershowitz
    (chapter 7, page 225), year 1991, by Little Brown & Co
    ISBN: 9780316181372 * ISBN: 0316181374

    ===================================
    Daniel Byman said:

    “...for years, the United Nations (UN) refused to
    condemn terrorism, due to sympathy for national
    liberation movements that used terrorism as a tactic,
    auch as the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).”

    SOURCE: Al Qaeda, the Islamic State,
    and the Global Jihadist Movement:What Everyone
    Needs to Know
    (chapter 9, page 187)
    by Daniel Byman, Oxford University Press, year 2015,
    ISBN: 019021726X (paperback) ISBN: 9780190217266
    (paperback) ISBN: 0190217251 ISBN: 9780190217259

    ===================================
    “The United Nations is obsessed with
    one country’s human rights record,
    and it’s not North Korea, Iran or Syria.”

    SOURCE: The United Nations
    vs. Israel
    by Anne Bayefsky


    www.aish.com/jw/me/The-UN-vs-Israel.html

    ===================================
    www.algemeiner.com/2018/06/18/top-british-diplomat-calls-out-un-human-rights-council-for-disproportionate-focus-on-israel/

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  7. You can pry my Narwhal Tusk from my cold, dead hands.

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  8. UN Leader Ban Ki-moon, in Departing Speech,
    Admits Anti-Israel Bias at World Body
    posted on 2016 December 16 by JNS.org


    www.jns.org/news-briefs/2016/12/16/un-leader-ban-ki-moon-in-departing-speech-admits-anti-israel-bias-at-world-body#

    (JNS.org) United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who is stepping down at the end of the year, acknowledged in a departing speech that there is “disproportionate” bias against Israel at the world body.

    "We must never accept bias against Israel within U.N. bodies,” Ban said Friday.

    Ban went on to admit that the U.N. has a "disproportionate volume of resolutions, reports and conferences criticizing Israel,” and that "in many cases, rather than helping the Palestinian cause, this reality has hampered the ability of the U.N. to fulfill its role effectively."

    Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. Danny Danon commended Ban’s statement and noted the disproportionate number of anti-Israel resolutions passed at the U.N. in recent years.

    "The secretary-general admitted the clear truth — the U.N.’s hypocrisy towards Israel has broken records over the past decade. During this time the U.N. passed 223 resolutions condemning Israel while only eight resolutions condemning the Syrian regime as it has massacred its citizens over the past six years. This is absurd," said Danon.

    At the same time, Ban urged Israeli lawmakers to reconsider the controversial outpost bill, which would legalize Israeli settlements on private Palestinian land.

    "I strongly urge legislators to reconsider advancing this bill, which will have negative legal consequences for Israel and substantially diminish the chances for Arab-Israeli peace," Ban said.

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  9. Does the United Nations (U.N.) discriminate against Israel?

    “Israel is the ONLY U.N. state not permitted to be a full member of any of the U.N.’s five regional groups.

    Throughout the Human Rights Council sessions, these groups hold key planning meetings in which countries negotiate and share important information behind closed doors.

    Even the Palestinian Authority, though not a state, is permitted into the Asian regional group.”

    SOURCE: article by Anne Bayefsky
    2010/9/24 in The Jewish Voice.

    MICROBIOGRAPHY: Anne Bayefsky is a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute and Director of the Touro Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust.

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