United Nations Again, Proves Just How Dangerous They Are

H/T Godfather Politics.

This latest Anti-Israel vote proves the United Nations proves they are a bunch of third world thugs and deserve to be evicted from America.

Every yes vote if they get aid from the United States it should be stopped.

The United Nations has once again proven that it should be kicked out of New York and into the sea after it singled out Israel as the only nation on earth that has violated women’s rights.

That’s right, the ONLY free nation in the Middle East, a nation surrounded by abusive, oppressive, evil Muslim countries, has been called the only one that violates women’s rights.

If this doesn’t prove how anti-Semitic, dangerous, the disgusting the United Nations is, what can convince you?

According to UN Watch:

Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Pakistan were among members of the UN’s 54-nation economic and social council, a principal organ of the world body, who voted to single out and condemn Israel yesterday as the only country in the world that violates women’s rights.

Read those first few countries again. Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Pakistan. These are some of the worst places on the planet for women to live. Women have few rights, women are beaten whenever a man feels like it, women even suffer female genital mutilation by the millions. And THESE countries are the ones pointing fingers at others?

And the UN is supposed to be taken seriously?

The site continues:

The Jewish state was harshly and repeatedly condemned in a resolution, adopted 40 to 2 with 9 abstentions and 3 absent (see breakdown below), for allegedly being the “major obstacle” for Palestinian women “with regard to their advancement, self-reliance, and integration in the development of their society.”

Out of 20 items on the UN Economic and Social Council’s 2018-2019 agenda, only one — Item No. 16 against Israel — focuses on condemning a specific country. All the other focus areas concern global topics such as disaster relief assistance and the use of science and technology for development.

Naturally, the UN ignores the perfidy and lies of the evil so-called “Palestinians.”

The resolution completely ignores how Palestinian women’s rights are impacted by their own governing authorities—the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, and Hamas in Gaza—nor does it mention how women are discriminated against within patriarchal Palestinian society.

Moreover, ECOSOC concluded its annual session by ignoring the world’s worst abusers of women’s rights, refusing to pass a single resolution on the situation of women in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan, or DR Congo, all of which ranked in the top ten worst countries in last year’s Global Gender Gap Report, produced by the World Economic Forum.

The fact is that the United Nations is a blight on democracy. It should be disbanded, have its New York building torn down, and its fetid memory forgotten.

Vote Record

YES: Andorra, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Benin, Cambodia, China, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, India, Iran, Ireland, Japan, Kenya, Luxembourg, Mali, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Paraguay, Philippines, South Korea, Russia, St. Vincent, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uruguay, Venezuela, and Yemen.

NO: United States and Canada

ABSTAIN: Brazil, Cameroon, Germany, Jamaica, Mexico, Romania, Togo, Ukraine, and United Kingdom

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Israel-hater, BDS founder barred from entering America

H/T World Israel News.

Hopefully, this Anti-Semitic monster will never be allowed into America.

The U.S. denied entry to anti-Israel activist Omar Barghouti on Wednesday as he tried to board a flight to America from Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport.

By Joseph Wolkin, World Israel News

Omar Barghouti, one of the founders of the anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, will not be allowed into the United States. The American government denied Barghouti’s entry on Wednesday at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport.

“Barghouti was not provided an explanation for his denial of entry beyond ‘immigration matter,’” the Arab American Institute said in a statement to NPR.

Barghouti, who lives in Israel, was reportedly told by airline staff that he wouldn’t be allowed to fly to America, even though he had travel documents, according to the institute, which claims it arranged his trip.

The co-founder of the BDS movement was indeed told that America’s “immigration officials had ordered the U.S. consul in Tel Aviv to deny him permission to enter the United States.” The Israeli Ministry of Strategic Affairs denied any connection to Barghouti being barred entry to America.

While BDS’ stated goal is to “isolate” Israel culturally and economically, the movement and its adherents frequently face accusations of anti-Semitism based on their rhetoric and their single-minded focus on the world’s only Jewish state for condemnation, ignoring the host of nations with far worse human rights records, including several that have large Palestinian populations, like Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan,

Barghouti is a staunch critic of economic normalization between Israeli and Palestinian businesses, and supports the “armed struggle against Israel” according to the Meir Amit Center.

Many BDS demonstrations frequently feature extremists calling for Israel’s destruction, and Barghouti is known for spreading the movement’s propaganda in the United States and other Western countries.

On Barghouti’s aborted trip in April, he was set to speak at Harvard University and at New York University. His trip to the United States would also feature several meetings with lawmakers in Washington, D.C.

In March of 2017, Barghouti was arrested by Israeli authorities for allegedly failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars in income. Barghouti, who resides in the Israeli city of Akko, deposited money in a Ramallah bank account to hide it from tax authorities, according to the charges at the time.

Barghouti helped launch the BDS movement in 2005. He’s called for the euthanasia of Zionists in the past, quoted as saying Palestinians have the right to “resistance by any means, including armed resistance,” essentially inciting violence.

BDS has incited violent protests at university campuses in the U.S., targeting Jewish students. While protests start by focusing on Israeli policy in Judea and Samaria, they often spiral into anti-Semitic rhetoric, including calling Jewish students Nazis and chanting anti-Semitic slogans, as occurred just a week ago at a BDS event at the University of North Carolina.

Recently, at the AIPAC Policy Conference, American leaders from both the Democratic and Republican parties slammed the BDS movement.