It’s about time someone put the sniveling, elitist United Nations (UN) in its place.
After all, this is an organization that claims to be about world peace, yet it instills Russia and China as two of the five, or forty percent, of its permanent security council.
And, apparently, it’s also an organization that apparently feels the same way that pro-terrorist Harvard students do.
As reported by the Daily Mail, Secretary General Antonio Guterres declared that the “[Hamas attacks] didn’t happen in a vacuum.”
Imagine if Guterres had made the same remarks about the United States, immediately after the 9/11/01 terrorist attacks.
Apparently, however, Guterres feels just fine with effectively blaming Israel for the terrorist attack the nation endured.
“The grievances of the Palestinian people cannot justify the horrific attacks by Hamas.
Those horrendous attacks cannot justify the collective punishment of the Palestinian people,” Guterres continued.
That’s nice, Mr. Secretary General. How about lecturing Hamas about not deliberately using the Palestinians it claims to represent as human shields?
Predictably, Guterres failed to understand the outcry surrounding his remarks.
“I am shocked by misrepresentations by some of my statement yesterday in the Security Council – as if I was justifying acts of terror by Hamas,” Guterres spluttered.
Well, actually, Mr. Secretary General, you were.
Which is exactly why Israel’s UN ambassador, Gilad Erdan, has responded quite swiftly to the blatant antisemitism expressed by the ultra-globalist organization.
“[Israel will] refuse to grant visas to UN representatives,” Erdan crisply proclaimed.
Good for Israel!
Which is precisely what more than one commenter had to say as well.
“Good for Israel … When are we going to kick that useless organization out of the US?” an individual mused.
Seriously. Seems the US has little need for an organization that tends to side with terrorists anyway.
Other journalists have noted the UN’s absurd behavior in favor of Hamas, which is rather evident in a scathing opinion piece written by Peter Hitchens.
“When someone urges you to see an evil deed in context, he is generally making excuses for it … So let us also note that the shocking words of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres – that the October 7 Hamas massacre did not happen in a vacuum – also have a context. And that context is the abiding, profound anti-Israel bias of the UN itself,” Hitchens boldly proclaimed.
Now that’s one way to tell it like it is.
One can only imagine how pitiable the UN’s response will be as China continues to ramp up its aggression in the East … while Biden continues to twiddle his thumbs.
Author: Jane Jones