The UN has to go!

U.N. Human Rights Advocates Urge G8 to Take Up ‘Robin Hood Tax’ on Wealthy Nations

The “Sustainable Social Justice” Racket

( – Ahead of the G8 summit in Camp David on Friday, a group of United Nations human rights “experts” are throwing their weight behind a longstanding campaign for a so-called “Robin Hood tax” on international financial transactions.

Canada tells UN thief to take a hike. Ezra sticks an knife in it.

Jason Kenney To U.N. Kleptocrat: Bite Me  (BCF)

Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said it’s a waste of the UN’s money to be investigating developed countries like Canada.

“It would be our hope that the contributions we make to the United Nations are used to help starving people in developing countries, not to give lectures to wealthy and developed countries like Canada,” Kenney responded.

“I think this is a discredit to the United Nations,” he told reporters.

Why give these third world thugs any credit at all?

Brian Lilley: Time To Disband The United Nations  (BCF)

7 thoughts on “The UN has to go!”

  1. Yeah right. So the UN wants to steal from my family so we can go without while some tyrant in the the third world can buy a new jet, a flat in Paris and trinkets while their countryman starve.

    or some UN lackey can steal the money to pay off credit cards bills and mortgages. (See UN Watch)

    No Thanks. Redistribution of wealth only works for those at the top whilst everyone else is impoverished.

  2. Too right Hill.
    Foreign Aid= taking money from the poor in rich countries to give to the rich in poor countries.

  3. @ jENNIFER

    That is a brilliant statement, hope you don’t mind if I use it in the future.

    Trillions of tax payers monies have been spent on poor countries around the world in the last fifty years and the good has been minimal compared to the money spent.

    There is a interesting book called The Lords of Poverty: The Power, Prestige, and Corruption of the International Aid Business that you may find of interest.

    It basically exposes the sham of philanthropy (NGO’s) and infers that the true goals are money-making and exploitative. Particularly interesting is the author’s criticism of various UN agencies and, especially, the World Bank and the IMF – whose projects do more harm than good.

  4. Sheik,
    You might want to check that the post from “Hill” actually arrived and is somewhere on your server. Please let us know if that is the case. If not then some thought is required.

  5. Thanks Sheik. Sorry, I had to post and run.

    As an side. this may be of interest to you? I have noticed when I post only a line or two, they almost always go through, no problem to the comment section, but if it is a paragraph or more they have a higher tendency to get lost.

    I am not a techie person, so I am unsure if that is useful information to you or not. I found it interesting.

    Anyway, Keep up the good fight.


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