Saturday, November 6, 2010

Obama administration volunteers to allow world's most despotic to criticize our human rights record

Iranian Nationalities Delegation at the Human Rights Council

Former President Bush never would allow the U.S. to join the U.N. Human Rights Council because it was a sham populated by the likes of Cuba, Iran, and North Korea. President Obama decided to bow down to the U.N. and allowed the U.S. to join in 2009. We got out first review this week. Here is some of the criticism and advice the worlds most despicable regimes had for us.

FOX News reported:
This morning fifty-six countries lined-up for the opportunity to have at the U.S. representatives, many standing in line overnight a day ago in order to be near the top of the list. Making it to the head of the line were Cuba, Venezuela, Russia, Iran, Nicaragua, Bolivia, and North Korea.

Recommendations to improve the U.S. human rights record included Cuba’s advice to end “violations against migrants and mentally ill persons” and “ensure the right to food and health.”

Iran – currently poised to stone an Iranian woman for adultery – told the U.S. “effectively to combat violence against women.”

North Korea – which systematically starves a captive population – told the U.S. “to address inequalities in housing, employment and education” and “prohibit brutality…by law enforcement officials.”

Libya complained about U.S. “racism, racial discrimination and intolerance.”

Personally, I believe most Americans are offended by being called before this panel of despotic regimes and accused of human rights violations. Of course President Obama probably agrees with their criticism. After all, he is spent 20 years listening to Reverend Wright preach how evil America is and he married a woman who was never proud to be an American until he was elected President.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

only 806 more days of this moron