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Friday, December 23, 2016

We need to move the U.N. Headquarters to Tehran. It belongs there.




When the United Nations isn't busy setting up human rights commissions featuring the Syrians, Iranians, and other bad actors , it's looking for ways to harass Israel.  Today they put forward one of  their standard mark one mod five  little harassment packages, and instead of vetoing it, Barrack Hussein had our representative at the U.N. abstain.   Barrack Hussein is renowned for his love of Islam and his antipathy for Israel. Now that he's on the way out, he's doing as much damage as he can in a lot of different directions and this is one of them.



The people who put the little montage above together were right on the money.  What you see is what we got.  Hussein has done everything he possibly could to sour relations between our country and the Israelis. Besides the Egyptians and Jordanians, Israel is the only country in the middle east we don't have to count as outright enemies. Israel has been a good ally to us, and until the Kenyan came around we were good allies to them.



What have we ever gotten out of the United Nations, other than big bills to pay, and problems?
The organization is toothless, and I can't think of a single solitary thing they have ever done that worked out.  They certainly distinguished themselves in Rwanda, in Southern Lebanon, and in the Sinai where their "peacekeeping" forces proved totally ineffectual.





How many times can you remember when the U.N. set up some obnoxious "treaty" and then  demanded the United States comply with it?  Remember the "small arms proliferation treaty?" That's a sterling example of the one world mentality that typifies the United Nations. Who needs them?




What we need to do is get them out of New York, and quit paying millions of dollars into their treasury so they can issue non binding resolutions, break laws in New York and claim diplomatic immunity, and quit jerking us around on our money.




All these leftists who are saying that Israel has no right to build the settlements are the same intellectual midgets who say we should give the United States back to the Indians, or give California and the American Southwest back to Mexico.
The Arabs start wars with Israel, get their asses kicked, then whine and bitch when they lose territory. Clearly there are no historians among their "leaders" since this is how things have worked sing Og ran Gronk out of his nice warm cave and took over.
As for a "two state solution" with the "Palestinians" settling peacefully there and raising sunflowers under the rainbow, the belief in that fairy tale just shows how bad the opiate epidemic in the United States has gotten.  If the "Palestinians" are such good , peace loving people, how come the other Arab countries have kept them out since 1948?



I hope the Israelis don't take this thing at the U.N. to heart. It's just that clown in the White House, trying to be as big a problem as he possibly can be in his last few days before he gets moved out of the White House. Donald Trump is a realist, he's not a   "secret Moslem,"  and our treatment of our ally Israel will get back to what it's supposed to be when he's in office.

As for the United Nations....





Less than a month left of this Jack Ass.




35 comments:

  1. Well said indeed, I'm looking forward to Trump taking office and righting some of these wrongs.

    Now that his hands are untied, expect even more petulant actions by Obama as his reign of error comes to an end and he does as much damage to America's standing in the world as he can.

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    1. The Kenyan has already pardoned more criminals than the last eleven presidents combined. Seems appropriate, given the way he conducts himself. I'm sure he and his "clients" have lots in common. It's part and parcel of his campaign to screw up as much as he can before he's out.

      He's just shut down a vetting system that scrutinized Islamic men coming into the U.S. His timing is perfect, as events in Germany show.

      He's still trying to blame the fiasco of his party in this last election on "The Russians."

      The guy has been poisonous for 8 years, and done a huge amount of damage to this country. Now he's being a "little bitch", to use a colloquialism, crying and kicking and doing his best to exacerbate as many problems as he can. But thank God, he's history (like Vlad the Impaler and Joseph Stalin) in about a month.

      Donald Trump will need some time, but he will set right as much as he can of the idiotic decisions of the last regime. Repairing our relationship with Israel will certainly be one of his priorities.

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  2. The UN is a joke. Trump would do good to kick them out of the US and send them packing to France or some such other place. Imagine the revenue the US could make on that building if he renovated it and rented it out to the highest bidder. I heard this morning on NPR that Bonki-Monkey the old head of the UN has eyes on becoming president of South Korea. That should make a nice mess of things. I also heard they are all wigged out about Duterte in the Philippines saying that he once shot a couple burglars, so they are opening an official UN investigation on him. Like I said what a Joke. The UN ain't nothing but a social club for tin horn dictators and their buddies so the can go whoring and night clubbing in NY on their subjects dime. Like Rush said they all look like the bar scene from Star Wars.

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    1. You are exactly, precisely right. That's a better synopsis of that freak show than I could have written. Maybe Trump will kick their collective derrieres out of here, and quit paying their bills. It frosts me to think my damn tax money goes to pay for that collection of fools, clowns, crooks, terrorists and unicorn lovers.

      Your last line is classic! I wish I'd said that...

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    2. Harry please clarify are you talking about the U.N. or congress. The description fits both!!!!

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    3. I'd say you could fill in the blank and be correct with either choice, as you point out. I'd like to start with the UN, and then see some term limits to get rid of the old blood suckers there in congress, get some fresh people in those seats.

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  3. I heard that the UN doesn't do very much.

    I'd like to see how things change. I wasn't for any one for this last election. I voted, but I was shaking my head the whole time.

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    1. Alissa, I hope you like the way things go from here on in. It will be much, much better than it has been under the Kenyan Clown, and I shudder to think what would have happened if Shrillery had gotten elected. I have high hopes. But there are still a lot of dimwits in the county, and a lot of them are Republicans. Donald Trump has his work cut out for him, and he's only human.

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  4. Agreed on all points. I saw a headline earlier today saying that BHO and his staff were feeling marginalized since Trump won the election and from day 1 has taken charge.
    As far as the pardons go, I see it as BHO's homage to his "homeboy" Castro a la the Mariel boat lift and all the criminals in that.
    Hope you and yours have a Merry Christmas Harry and a happy and fruitful New Year.

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    1. The sooner Obama fades into the sunset, the better for all of us. Seems like he's intentionally trying to screw things up even more than usual to make it harder on Trump once he takes office.

      I'd be happy if were shipping his "bruddas" to Cuba, but alas, he's letting them out on the public. Most of them will wind back up in federal prison I guess but a lot of innocent people will get hurt in the meantime.

      Best Christmas wishes to you and your family too. Maybe we can all have a little stress free time during the holidays, before everything gets frustrating again.

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  5. If I had my way I would call in the Navy Seals Demolition Teams and implode the building and at the same time deport all the people who work in it.

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    1. I'm sure the NYPD would be grateful, for one. It's amazing how many crimes these "diplomatic personnel" commit in NY, from great to small, and then just walk away from it because they get immunity.

      A lot of them shouldn't even be in the country, let alone sitting up there all high and mighty and hypocritical. We don't need them telling us what to do, and we don't need them helping the leftards in this country subvert our constitution.

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  6. talked to my bil sheriff today at a funeral. he was saying the sheriffs as a whole across the country are really concerned about these pardons. just b/c they got locked up for drugs doesn't mean they weren't violent men....the u.n., well i have seen their doing first hand, and i hope god's vengeance comes to them before i die. they stood aside while the serbs murdered a whole refugee camp full of women and kids and old men. the french tipped off the goon we were hunting for a year, and all they did was send him home to mama. they made a deal with the serbs in siege of sarajevo to keep the bosnians inside the siege and allow the serbs to shoot any that escaped by turning on the runway lights for their snipers to see. then they gave half the humanitarian aid to the serbs in return for safe flights in and out of sarajevo for the u.n. "diplomats". i won't go into what their diplomats were doing going in and out of a siege. i'd just drop a nuke on the building while its full of the bastards and call it even. merry Christmas, i hope you and yours have a great holiday.

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    1. Can't say I disagree at all with those sentiments. The sooner we get out of the UN and get the UN out of our country, the better off we'll be.

      The kids are on the way, we hope they get here before dark. Then we'll have two weeks to enjoy being together again. Hope Christmas is a good time for you and yours.

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  7. The UN is all fine and dandy when the US wants to use them for cover. That happens often enough for the US to keep paying the bills. If the UN wasn't there our foreign policy would be much harder to hide. They make a good fall guy for the behind the scene guys playing high stakes diplomacy.

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    1. Personally, I don't feel like we need anything or anyone to hide behind. Part of the problem has been the nonsensical idea that we have to have the good will of every piss ant country on the planet before we can act in our own behalf. My belief is that we should just do what we need to do, on behalf of ourselves and our allies, and too bad for anyone who doesn't like it. This "touchy feely" let's all get together and sing Kumbaya is one reason we have so little respect in the world today. Let the elephants fight and let the pygmies get out of the way.

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  8. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)


    The U.N. is ineffective as the 'League of Nations' and as history goes. The actions of the U.N. will lead too the next world war.
    I don't mad at watching all this happen. I just laugh at the folly and sit back and watch the firework displays of flashes and mushroom clouds rise in the distance.

    'at least our bodily fluids will be pure and Gen. Jack T. Ripper will be happy.

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    1. Well , I hope things don't come down to that. I have a feeling life would be very tough under those conditions, regardless of how well a person was prepared. I do think the UN makes things worse, not better.

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  9. Thank you Harry.Happy Christmas to you and your family.

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    1. Yael, glad to hear from you. We are expecting the kids today, sometime this evening. That will make a good Christmas for us.

      Don't worry about the U.N., they are a bunch of powerless twits. Speaking of powerless twits, Obama will be gone soon and we can get back to the good relationship our two countries have always had.

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  10. Don't forget spies. These diplomatic "attache's" as they like to call themselves are just a front for espionage.

    And they get diplomatic immunity too. Sickening.

    I knew personally a few of these UNESCO guys in Latin America. They told me they were there to "..ease the suffering of the poor". I never did see one ounce of progress being made. I think they squandered the money actually. --Troy

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    1. Oh yes....and happy holidays to you and the Mrs!

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    2. The United Nations has made an art form out of corruption. As far as I can see, in most cases the appointees on their committees are always friends and relatives of those doing the appointing. Precious little of the funding for their "projects" gets to the people they are supposed to be helping. Their book keeping is intentionally obfuscated and their "administrative costs" high.

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    1. I haven't run across many people who have a good opinion of the UN. Of course, if I were in the People's Democratic Republics of California, New York, or The Northern Pacific States it might be different. That fact alone speaks volumes.

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  12. I agree that the UN should be kicked out of the USA or at least defunded. That building would be a great VA hospital, though. Use the money we spend on the UN and hire competent doctors and staff. Get rid of the govt minions and perhaps privatize the whole thing. The magic black Muslim is going to hang around Washington and will not go peacefully into the night. He will organize protests and keep trying to destroy our country until he dies.

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    1. Once the Kenyan is out of office, he can try to make trouble and undoubtedly he will. But at least he will be out of office, Thank God. He was never any kind of leader. He was just a tool of the Chicago political machine and he was black. Those were his qualifications to be President. Once they get the White House fumigated and Trump moves in, it will be a whole new day. I'm hoping there's a lot of pay back on all levels in the country. A lot was done in the last eight years that people should be held accountable for.

      They could set the UN up in one of those FEMA camps that Bill and Janet build in the 1990's, those are still out there just waiting for occupants. ;-)

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  13. Merry Christmas Harry, and too all that comment here. Thanks for making this one of my favorite blog stops.

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    1. J, looking like a good Christmas for us so far. The kids haven't called and said they couldn't come after all, which has been known to happen. So we are really anticipating their arrival some time this evening.

      I hope Christmas treats you and yours well. Should at least be a quiet few days with no problems to resolve, for all of us!

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  14. Merry Christmas! As a once a week or so reader and a once in a blue moon commenter I look forward to reading you posts. Love the cartoons/memes you post.

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    1. Westside Mom, I appreciate your coming by and visiting. Thanks for the pleasant sentiments. I hope the Christmas Season is peaceful and worry free for you and your family.

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  15. I suppose I should keep up on the news from time to time. I have no use for the UN, who really needs more regulations and rules?
    Nobody I know.

    Merry Christmas!

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    1. Max, I thought you had "gone under." Glad to see you are alive and kicking.

      Watch your topknot.

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  16. I've been inclinded for several years now, to the UN to a rock in the North Atlntic. We provide them with an airstrip and a dock and give them 90 days to vacate the country.

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    1. Or, we could give them free bus rides to the old Clinton FEMA camps and reestablish them there. Either way, I'd be ecstatic .

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