UN Chief Sides With
AllÂ Israel settlements violate international law, said Ban Ki-moon.Â AllÂ of them. And for that he got stones and shoes thrown at his car. If he had said that some settlements were acceptable, I suppose his car would have been blown up.
Gratitude to the Infidels Alert: “All talk, no action as Israel’s settlements remain a sore point,” by Ruth Pollard in theÂ Sydney Morning Herald, February 3 via JW:
“They should refrain from further settlement for the sake of ongoing peace talks.”Â ReadÂ MoreÂ Â»
Just wondering why there’s not one western leader who can shake this insufferable dimbulb out of his tree. Can’t be too hard:Â A shipment containing 16 kilograms of cocaine was seized last week at the U.N.’s mail intake center and I wouldn’t be surprised if it was Ban Ki Moonbat’s private stash.
Documenting Palli Criminality (Jerusalem Post)
The glorification of terror “beg the question of whether genuine peace process was ever intended.”
(Peace process? Excuse me while I vomit!)
Bridge for sale:
The message changes with the audience. When the Brotherhood’s members are talking among themselves, orÂ to ArabÂ andÂ Muslim audiences, there is a very firm, if notÂ openly antisemitic, lineÂ againstÂ peaceÂ with Israel.
It is plausible, though, as part of the Ikhwan’sÂ gradualistÂ approach, that the Camp David Accords will see an incremental erosion, and their contents will be used as leverage in attempts to blackmail Israel into concessions. The accords are, after all,Â a two-partÂ package, tying conditions for “peace” in the broader Middle East to peace with Egypt.
“German FM: Brotherhood committed to peace with Israel,” by Mohamed Abdel Salam forÂ Bikya Masr, February 1: via JW
Once again, the UN tells us to spread the wealth around:
Lets all be poor so we can be more like them: we need to limit national wealth and “sustainable development”
Me thinks feeding the corrupt swine in the UN is ‘unsustainable:‘ the world can no longer afford the UN!
The world can no longer afford to ignore the environmental cost of economic growthÂ and must redefine the very concept ofÂ national wealth, a UN panel of heads of state and environment ministers said Monday.
The panel challenged leaders to recognise that “current global development is unsustainable.”
“We need to chart a new, more sustainable course for the future, one that strengthens equality and economic growth while protecting our planet,”Â UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moonÂ said in Addis Ababa to mark the release of the panel’s report, which outlines more than 50 policy recommendations.