Aslim Taslam: “Submit and you’ll be safe”

Mohammedans murder our people and blame us for the right to bear arms. Hussein Obama and the leftist smear-machine have turned our world into a lunatic asylum. Here the Jordanian agitprop Zaid al Hussein demands Americans disarm in the face of the Mohammedan invasion.

UN Muslim Human Rights chief: ‘Americans will be safer with more Muslims and fewer guns’

I urge the UN HR chief to get rid of the UN’s “peacekeepers” / rapists whom they deploy to nations and to stay out of America’s business. 

Jordanian agitprop Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al-Hussein
U.N. Human Rights Chief Says U.S. Needs ‘Robust Gun Regulation’

( – The United Nations’ human rights chief called on the United States Tuesday to enforce more effective gun control measures in the aftermath of the Orlando terrorist attack, dismissing as “irresponsible pro-gun propaganda” the notion that firearms make societies safer.

U.N. human rights commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein urged the U.S. government to live up to its obligations to protect citizens from the “horrifyingly commonplace but preventable violent attacks that are the direct result of insufficient gun control.”

“Examples from many countries clearly show that a legal framework to control the acquisition and use of firearms has led to a dramatic reduction in violent crime,” said Zeid.

“In the United States, however, there are hundreds of millions of guns in circulation, and every year thousands of people are killed or injured by them.”

Zeid deplored what he called the ease with which individuals can buy firearms in America – “in spite of prior criminal backgrounds, drug use, histories of domestic violence and mental illness, or direct contact with extremists – both domestic and foreign.”

“How many more mass killings of school-children, of co-workers, of African-American churchgoers, how many more individual shootings of talented musicians like Christina Grimmie, or politicians like Gabrielle Giffords, will it take before the United States adopts robust gun regulation?” he asked.

Muslim American Omar Mateen killed 49 people early Sunday morning at a gay nightclub in Orlando, in a terrorist attack that quickly stoked fresh debate about gun control.

President Obama’s early response to the shooting included the view that it was “a further reminder of how easy it is for someone to get their hands on a weapon that lets them shoot people in a school, or in a house of worship, or a movie theater, or in a nightclub.”

“And we have to decide if that’s the kind of country we want to be,” the president added. “And to actively do nothing is a decision as well.”

Others contend that had some nightclub goers been legally armed, they may have been able to stop the terrorist.

The U.N.’s Zeid challenged the thinking behind that view.

“Irresponsible pro-gun propaganda suggests that firearms make society safer, when all evidence points to the contrary,” he said.

Zeid cited a recent report from his office on the question of human rights and civilian access to firearms. Its conclusions include a call for governments to regulate the acquisition and possession of firearms.

“Human rights law requires [member] States to protect people from harmful private activities and to adopt appropriate regulatory and institutional frameworks,” the report reads.

“In the light of the harmful impact of firearms-related violence on a range of human rights, the High Commissioner reiterates the call of United Nations and regional human rights mechanisms for States to regulate the civilian acquisition, possession and use of firearms.”

It’s not the first time that Zeid, a former Jordanian diplomat who became U.N.’s top rights official in 2014, has commented on domestic policy issues in the United States.

In a speech in Cleveland, Ohio last April he condemned “bigotry”and the “demonizing” of minorities in the U.S. presidential campaign.

In his comments Tuesday on the Orlando shooting, Zeid also called it “reprehensible” and “dangerous” that the attack was “already being utilized to promote homophobic and Islamophobic sentiments.”

“I urge everyone in the United States to rally around the common cause of ensuring that the human rights, and consequentially the security, of all are strengthened in the aftermath of this horrendous incident,” he said.

5 thoughts on “Aslim Taslam: “Submit and you’ll be safe””

  1. I’d like to see a US under Trump stop all funding to the UN for five years. That would both help the country rebuilds its finances and take the smile off this good gentleman’s face.

  2. I agree – cease funding the UN – it serves no useful purpose at the present time and it is difficult that see that it can function effectively again.

  3. Christians in Egypt cannot arm themselves- because its forbidden for Kufers to own carry or buy weapons according to sharia.” Contract of Omar’ lists rules for conquered dhimis written over 1000 years ago & still stands today.

  4. I have a better idea. Do not attempt to tell us wht to do if you do not want to stop a bullet with your ass. I think it is time to have moslems found dead everywhere every morning. Leave our country or die. When obama is out of office there is going to be an anti moslem backlash that is going to bury islam. It is getting close to infidels starting to shoot you people out of hand in the street. When it starts no official in government will dare open their mouth due to fear.

  5. May I reccomend that Americans get the TOR browser and search the dark web with it. Look for 12 Gauge 00 zip guns and how to make them. Make a few dozen and put a couple in easy reach. If you encounter these idiots blow their head off their shoulders. Do not worry about the police tracking you down as forensics will be useless with these guns. Just take care not to be seen doing it. Every moslem taken out this way will constrict the anal passage of CAIR and moslem assholes to the point that they cannot breathe. Throw them away after use.

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