Israel Gives UN Vote The Finger

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PostMon Dec 03, 2012 9:59 pm » by zangazanga75

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dear Roger Waters

I learned that you intend to boycott Israel.What is it about Islam that you admire so much that it behooves you to endanger and sacrifice a democratic nation – the only democratic homeland for Jewish people (compared with 19 Christian and 57 Muslim countries). Israel is not apartheid because it is home to one million Arabs (12 employed in Parliament) in addition to Jews of every race (Ethiopia, Africa, China, Europe, the Americas); yet you have fallen prey to Islamic propaganda without the decency or intelligence to question what you’re being fed. Israel has been the home for Jews for more than 3,000 years, a sovereign country since 1948, while Palestinians invented themselves as a political strategy in 1967, after a war the Arabs initiated and then lost after 19 years.

Islam is the quintessential apartheid cult of the most violent people in the world, responsible for slaughtering 270 million people over 1400 years, including Jews, Christians, Zoroastrians, Baha’is, Buddhists, Hindus, and their own Muslim co-religionists. They kill homosexuals for their very existence . Their goal of global Jihad involves teaching hatred of others into the next generations , conquest, forced conversion, killing non-Muslims forever and everywhere, beheadings , brutality and honor killings against women and children, stonings , amputations , rioting, rampant bloodshed. You believe that Arabs have the “basic human rights” to enter the country of Israel and slaughter its citizens?!

As the UK and other European countries are succumbing to Islamic Sharia, why aren’t you amassing your fellow Brits to speak out against your own Islamic conquest? You are betraying your fellow man and further emboldening Islamic intolerance of others, and now your efforts of BDS are designed to destroy Israelis who are already fighting for their survival in a sea of totalitarianism.
Why do you demand of Israel what you do not demand of other sovereign nations? Israel’s barrier has proven effective in saving its citizens from savage attacks by its barbaric neighbors. Why are you not as outspoken against the many other walls throughout the world: Great Wall of Morocco against Polisario , Great Wall of China , South/North Korea , India/Pakistan , Botswana/Zimbabwe , Saudi Arabia/Yemen , Thailand/Malaysian Muslims , Uzbekistan/Tadjikistan , Croatia/Dubrovnik Pakistan/Afghanistan , UAR/Oman , the walls between Catholics and Protestants in Ireland , and others? Have you fought against these walls with the same zeal or do you relish reading about the demonic slaughter of innocent Israelis by Palestinians?
Mr. Waters, your head is not above the parapet when you defend Islam for the carnage and destruction; rather, it is beneath contempt. It is time you put some effort into saving lives, and stop supporting vicious Islamic intolerance and anti-Semitism – only then will you be able to hold your head up

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PostTue Dec 04, 2012 4:02 pm » by Akashicrebel

Marcydare wrote:What Country, without guilt can say a word against the nation of Israel ,
and not be the ultimate two faced Bastards ?

The United Nations ? Hardly, They are ONLY responsible
for the whole fucking mess. And every other murdering, genocidal
tin pot dictator on the Planet. ( installed and financed by them, with us) No.

its look like the UN can be "flexible" or "unexpected" sometime.

General Assembly approves resolution calling on Israel to open its nuclear program for IAEA inspection, join NPT
The UN General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a resolution Monday calling on Israel to quickly open its nuclear program for inspection and backing a high-level conference to ban nuclear weapons from the Middle East which was just canceled.
All the Arab nations and Iran had planned to attend the conference in mid-December in Helsinki, Finland, but the United States announced on Nov. 23 that it wouldn't take place, citing political turmoil in the region and Iran's defiant stance on nonproliferation. Iran and some Arab nations countered that the real reason for the cancellation was Israel's refusal to attend.
The resolution, approved by a vote of 174-6 with 6 abstentions, calls on Israel to join the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty "without further delay" and open its nuclear facilities to inspection by the International Atomic Energy Agency. Those voting "no" were Israel, the US, Canada, Marshall Islands, Micronesia and Palau.
Resolutions adopted by the 193-member General Assembly are not legally binding but they do reflect world opinion and carry moral and political weight.
Israel refuses to confirm or deny it has nuclear bombs though it is widely believed to have a nuclear arsenal. It has refused to join the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, or NPT, along with three nuclear weapon states - India, Pakistan and North Korea.
The Arab proposal to create a weapons-of-mass-destruction-free zone in the Mideast, and to pressure Israel to give up its undeclared arsenal of perhaps 80 nuclear warheads, was endorsed at an NPT conference in 1995 but never acted on. In 2010, the 189 parties to the 1970 treaty called for convening a conference in 2012 on the establishment of a WMD-free zone in the Middle East.
The resolution, which was approved by the assembly's disarmament committee before the conference was cancelled, noted the decision to hold it "with satisfaction."
But Israel has long said there first must be a Mideast peace agreement before the establishment of a Mideast zone free of weapons of mass destruction. The region's Muslim nations argue that Israel's undeclared nuclear arsenal presents the greatest threat to peace in the region.
Just before Monday's vote, Iranian diplomat Khodadad Seifi told the assembly "the truth is that the Israeli regime is the only party which rejected to conditions for a conference." He called for "strong pressure on that regime to participate in the conference without any preconditions."
Israeli diplomat Isi Yanouka said his country has continuously pointed to the danger of nuclear proliferation in the Mideast, singling out Iran and Syria by name.
"All these cases challenge Israel's security and cast a dark shadow at the prospect of embarking on a meaningful regional security process," he said.
"The fact that the sponsors include in this anti-Israeli resolution language referring to the 2012 conference proves above all the ill-intent of the Arab states with regard to this conference," Yanouka said.
Syrian diplomat Abdullah Hallak told the assembly his government was angry that the conference wasn't going to take place because of "the whim of just one party, a party with nuclear warheads."
"We call on the international community to put pressure on Israel to accept the NPT, get rid of its arsenal and delivery systems, in order to allow for peace and stability in our region," he said.
The conference's main sponsors are the US, Russia and Britain. British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt has said it is being postponed, not cancelled.
while the United States voted against the resolution, Imageit voted in favor of two paragraphs in it that were put to separate votes. Both support universal adherence to the NPT, and call on those countries that aren't parties to ratify it "at the earliest date." The only "no" votes on those paragraphs were Israel and India.,7340 ... 76,00.html

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PostTue Dec 04, 2012 5:30 pm » by zangazanga75

United Nations: It's Okay to Kill Gay's

NEW YORK, NY -- Last week, the Third Committee of the United Nations General Assembly voted on a special resolution addressing extrajudicial, arbitrary and summary executions. The resolution affirms the duties of member countries to protect the right to life of all people with a special emphasis on a call to investigate killings based on discriminatory grounds. The resolution highlights particular groups historically subject to executions including street children, human rights defenders, members of ethnic, religious, and linguistic minority communities, and, for the past 10 years, the resolution has included sexual orientation as a basis on which some individuals are targeted for death.

ndment to strike sexual minorities from the resolution. The amendment was adopted with 79 votes in favor, 70 against, 17 abstentions and 26 absent.

A collection of notorious human rights violators voted for the amendment including Afghanistan, Algeria, China, Congo, Cuba, Eritrea, North Korea, Iran (didn't Ahmadinejad tell the world there were no gays in Iran?), Egypt, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia, Sudan, Uganda, Vietnam, Yemen, and Zimbabwe.

Add to this Bahamas, Belize (where you get 10 years for being gay), Jamaica (10 years of hard labor), Grenada (10 years), Guyana (life sentence), Saint Kitts and Nevis (10 years), Saint Lucia (10 years), Saint Vincent (10 years), South Africa (Apartheid? What apartheid?), and Morocco (ruled by a gay monarch!). They are all on the list of nations that do not think execution of gays and lesbians is worthy of condemnation or investigation. (The full vote tally is published beneath this column.)

To its shame, Colombia was among the 16 nations who abstained.

Those against the amendment include every European nation present, all Scandinavian countries, India, Korea, most of Latin America, all of North America, and only one Middle Eastern nation: Israel. In most countries in the Middle East, it is a crime to be gay--in some, like Saudi Arabia, it is punishable by beheading and in others, like Iran, by hanging.

The UN has a remarkable track record of doing virtually nothing when presented with mass killings or genocide. "Never again!" was the cry after the holocaust. Since then, the world has witnessed a dozen more never agains with strong condemnation from the UN coming after the corpses pile up. A resolution of the sort that was voted on in the General Assembly is significant for its clarity of message: "It's okay to kill the gays."

The British government had pleaded: "The subject of this amendment--the need for prompt and thorough investigations of all killing, including those committed for ... sexual orientation--exists in this resolution simply because it is a continuing cause for concern."

Not a single African nation voted against the amendment. This is not surprising. Homosexuality is illegal in most of Africa. So acceptable is the notion of extra-judicial killings of gay men and women for their consensual private conduct that one of these countries, Uganda, is considering legislation making homosexuality (not the behavior, just being gay) punishable with death. The proposer of the bill, David Bahati, and the Ugandan "Minister for Ethics and Integrity," Nsaba Buturo, have vowed the bill will pass before parliament dissolves on May 12, 2011.

Uganda is not a Muslim nation. It is a Christian country. And it was American evangelical preachers in Uganda who fanned the flames of what could turn into mass executions in a continent that has seen genocidal murder occur numerous times in the last two decades on the basis of religious belief, ethnicity, and membership in a linguistic minority (Burundi, Darfur, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Somalia, Zimbabwe...).


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