Somalia secures over $200 million in aid jiziyah for “security”
- Executive Moonbattery: your tax-dollars hard at work:
- Somalia, a failed state BECAUSE OF ISLAM, “needs our support”- Â on which warlord will our elites waste our money?
BRUSSELS (Reuters) â€“ International donors pledged on Thursday to give Somalia at least $213 million over the next year to build up its security forces, fight piracy and restore order after more than two decades of anarchy.
* Good luck with that!
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U.N.’s Ban says Ahmadinejad “misused” racism meeting
VALLETTA (Reuters) â€“ UN Secretary-GeneralÂ Ban Ki-moonÂ accusedIranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad TuesdayÂ of misusing aÂ UN conference on racismÂ at which he attacked Israel’s policy toward the Palestinians as racist.
“It is very regretful that the conference was misused by the Iranian president for political purposes,” Ban said during an official visit to Malta.
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Â The UN conference against racism becomes is -Â as predictedÂ – a conference for racists and commie organizations:
the racistÂ Congressional Black Caucus, Human Rights Watch and the U.S. African Chamber of Commerce say the United States could have made a difference on other issues at a U.N. anti-racism meeting…
Ban Ki Moonbat is shocked, stunned and amazed that his conference against racism was turned on day one into a conferenceÂ forÂ racism, precisely as predicted and planned:
“I deplore the use of this platform by the Iranian President to accuse, divide and even incite,” he said in a statement. “This is the opposite of what this conference seeks to achieve.”
Oh, really? Merely by being held and giving the Ahmadinejad and his fellow bigots a platform, the harm has been done, however pro-forma the complaints of some Western leaders:
But while the speech from the Iranian leader, who has also described the Nazi Holocaust as a “myth”, was shunned by Western powers, otherÂ delegates who stayed to hear him speak greeted his words with applause.