Why the United Nations should be “outlawed”!

Posted: July 5, 2012 in Uncategorized

Syria is being considered for a seat on the UN Human Rights Council!

Sounds about right for this gaggle of goons to want another disgusting tyrant as part of it’s “Human Rights” Council. Why?……………….because the U.N. really believes that humans shouldn’t even be allowed to live in abundance let alone have RIGHTS!

If you think this statement is wrong, then you haven’t done enough in-depth research on this foul organization!

A Bastion for Human Rights? The UN Nominates Syria…Seriously

07/05/2012 Arsen Ostrovsky

International Human Rights Lawyer

In what can only be described as an act straight from the “theatre of the absurd”, comes news that Syria is running for a seat on the UN Human Rights Council. Only thing, this is no fiction!

According to UN Watch, an independent human rights group based in Geneva, “the murderous regime of Bashar al-Assad is a declared candidate for a seat on the 47-nation U.N. body, in elections to be held next year at the 193-member General Assembly.”

The Syrian regime will be one of four nations from the 53 block of Asian nations running as part of a fixed slate of “faux elections” for the Council, in which regional groups plan, devise and orchestrate uncontested elections. This is precisely how some of the current human rights luminaries on the Council, such as Saudi Arabia, China, Russia and Cuba “won” their positions.

Unless another Asian country nominates, Syria will win a three-year term on the UN body charged with strengthening the promotion and protection of human rights around the world.

News of Syria’s candidacy broke after UN Watch discovered it was vying for a seat from a US-sponsored and EU-backed draft resolution that was debated Wednesday in Geneva. The resolution sought to pre-empt Syria’s candidacy by declaring it ineligible on the basis that it “fails to meet the standards for Council membership” as set forth in its founding charter.

That Syria is a contender for a seat on the Council should not come as a major revelation, as Syria had originally declared its official candidacy in May 2011. Although the regime dropped out of the race at the last minute to make way for another human rights bastion — Kuwait — Syria’s UN Ambassador Bashar Ja’afari made clear at the time the regime was “reconsidering our priorities” and would run for the Council again in 2013.



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