August 1, 2014

United Nation holds that police agencies who don’t provide Kevlar vests to criminals are guilty of crimes against humanity [Darleen Click]

Or something like that …

Navi Pillay told reporters following yet another “emergency” meeting of the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council that Israel was not doing enough to protect civilians. “There is a strong possibility,” said the known Israel critic, “that international law has been violated, in a manner that could amount to war crimes.”

Among the UN’s long bill of particulars against the beleaguered Jewish state comes the almost unbelievable accusation that Israel’s refusal to share its Iron Dome ballistic missile defense shield with the “governing authority” of Gaza – i.e. Hamas, the terror group created to pursue the extermination of the Jewish state and now waging a terrorist war against it – constitutes a war crime against the civilians of Gaza.

Posted by Darleen @ 10:06am

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Comments (16)

  1. Navi Pillay is a harvard trash piece of shit

    i looked it up yesterday

    what’s with the ivy league churning out all these jew-haters?

  2. Harvard churning out Jew haters is merely one among Harvard’s glorious traditions. More novel is that the disease has moved to Brandeis.

  3. Here’s an article (US Senate blocks Iron Dome funding to Israel) from the Jerusalem Post in which the writers of the Jerusalem Post fall for a specious propaganda constructed by the Democrat Party leader Harry Reid and spread by the democrat house organ Politico.

    Weird how the Jerusalem Post staff ends up writing jackassery and making themselves fools while misinforming their readers as to the intentions of Israel’s true allies in the US Senate as well as the true intentions of Israel’s true enemies in the US Senate, isn’t it? Why would the Jerusalem Post wish to harm the interests of its readers by misinforming them this way? Kinda retarded, on the whole.

  4. After bombing Hiroshima we trying to share a second A-bomb with the Japanese Empire for fairness but, it accidentally fell out of the plane over Nagasaki.

  5. – Stop me if you’ve heard this one before….and it won’t mean a damn thing if they don’t enforce the laws like they haven’t in the past.

  6. Why would the Jerusalem Post wish to harm the interests of its readers by misinforming them this way?

    – A better question is why do we tolerate an a totally indoctrinated press that lies incessantly for ideological reasons?

  7. Somehow I’d mistaken criticism of politically slanted and misleading journalism as tolerance of it, I guess.

  8. “Kerry urges Hamas to free seized soldier”, says the headline.

    Yeah, and “sdferr urges Kerry to eat his own .38 slug”.

    So? Which of the two insistent pleas is more likely to happen first?

  9. bgbear – LOL!

  10. Moronic ObaZma wants more of the same asinine “ceasefire” that wasn’t respected before(four times). That’s because the ClownDisaster is so brilliant.

  11. O knows the definition of insanity, he’s just not real clear on why insanity’s supposed to be bad.

  12. He has a Nobel Prize, you know.

  13. He has a Nobel Prize, you know.

    – He probably uses it as a coffee mug coaster because he thinks its an old copy of TV guide.

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  15. Jed Babbin, Hamas’ Cheerleaders: *** Navi Pillay, head of the UN’s misnamed Human Rights Council, is about to end her term in that post. From 2006 to 2012, the UNHRC has condemned Israel some 47 times. It doesn’t mention Hamas, far less condemn it. Ms. Pillay apparently wanted to end her chairmanship with a bang. She proclaimed that Israel had an obligation to share its anti-rocket and anti-missile Iron Dome system with the “governing body” of Gaza, namely the Hamas terrorists.

    Her demand that Israel share the secrets of its Iron Dome rocket and missile defense system with Hamas is as absurd as an American president sharing our missile defense secrets with Putin. Okay, wait a minute: Obama has already promised to do that, and the effort is under way. ***

  16. It’s not “UN Human Rights Council,” it’s “Unhuman Rights Council.”