If you doubted how evil the UN is — look no further. Co-opted lock, stock and barrel by the Mohammedans.
Morocco [Muslim] andÂ Mali [Muslim] introduced an amendment on behalf of African and Islamic nations that called for deleting the words “sexual orientation” and replacing them with “discriminatory reasons on any basis” in a resolution condemning unjustified executions.
Why weren’t honor killings referenced? More international Islamic law.
How is that leftist/Islamic alliance thing going for ya, LGBT crowd? No comment from ‘Queers for Palestine.’
The Australian Human Rights Commission demands the KRudd Government do more for Yuman Rites. In particular forÂ Â humans who are criminals, muslims, illegal immigrants, or extreme leftists.
The most telling action in support of human rights would be to get rid of the HRC. It is a yes minister body that doesn’t help humans and ignores rights. They are the Nazis of political correctness gone gaga. Fiscal blood sucking organisations. All they do is prop up malcontent minorities and force normal hard working people to fund these parasites.
* Yeah. Just ask Ezra Levant or Mark Steyn, they’ll tell ya…
Dean Steacy, a leading official wanker of the HRC:Â Â “Freedom of speech is an American concept, so I don’t give it any value.”
OTTAWA, August 27, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Canada is a “problematic” destination for a conference on political thought because of the predilection of its Human Rights Commissions (HRC) for squashing freedom of expression says a number of American intellectuals.
The group of U.S. academics is circulating a petition asking the American Political Science Association (APSA) not to hold its annual convention in Toronto next year for fear that some of its members will be subject to human rights prosecutions if they speak or write about controversial subjects.
“Our belief is that most Americans – even APSA members – have no idea how precarious the rights of freedom of speech and conscience are in Canada,” said Bradley Watson, professor of American and Western political thought at Pennsylvania’s St. Vincent College.