Let me get this straight, the United States, by far the largest contributor and host to that Manhattan cesspool known as the United Nations, is paying to fund a blacklist of companies that do business with Israel?
Yep, it is true. We the People are paying precious tax dollars so that the International Union of Parasites, aka the United Nations, can punish companies friendly to Israel.
The plan to create the list, which is expected to be used by the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement and other anti-Israel organizations, caused an international uproar when it was announced last spring.
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon announced that the Israeli Mission will publicly oppose the list and that he created a task force to propose new ideas to combat the initiative.
Danon stated his commitment to bring together international partners and pro-Israel organizations to oppose the list. “We will not be silent in light of this shameful initiative,” he stated. “The UN’s intent to mark Jewish businesses and international companies with ties to Israel so that they can be boycotted reminds us of dark times in history.”
He also pointed out that although the UNHRC is already known as an “anti-Semitic and anti-Israel entity, it is unacceptable for the UN itself to support this despicable decision.”
The UNHRC is infamously biased against Israel, with nearly half of its resolutions focused solely on Israel while completely ignoring war, strife and atrocities committed around the globe.
Israeli leaders and officials have cited the UNHRC for its “obsessive hostility” toward Israel and its “one-sided mandate.”
Addressing the UNHRC in October, US Secretary of State John Kerry said that it must cease with its “excessive and biased focus on Israel,” one of the main challenges the Council still faces.
“No one in this room can deny that there is an unbalanced focus on one democratic country,” Kerry said. “It must be said that the HRC’s obsession with Israel risks undermining the credibility of the entire organization,” Kerry stated in March 2016.
This sounds like the only decent thing Kerry has done while serving as Secretary of State, although I am not at all convinced that it isn’t disingenuous duplicity.
It is time to leave the UN and boot it out of the US. It is a useless paper tiger that looks down its collective nose at the free nations which are funding it, while doing all it can to transfer the wealth of those free, prosperous, civilized nations to lawless, third world countries rife with corruption.