Share

Print this Page

What's New

Resources updated between Monday, September 24, 2018 and Sunday, September 30, 2018

September 30, 2018

September 28, 2018

U.S. President Donald Trump speaking at the UN General Assembly

"...The UN consistently gets very serious matters laughably wrong, so their judgment about what is funny should not be trusted.

Not a chuckle was heard when Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said 'we will never resort to violence and terrorism,' a laughable claim less than two weeks after a Palestinian teen, inspired by Abbas' claims about Israeli designs on the Temple Mount, murdered Ari Fuld
...
Saudi Arabia and Iran, countries that follow strict religious laws requiring women's subjugation to men in various areas, are both on UN committees meant to improve the status of women.
...
Perhaps most absurd is that Syria was the chair of the UN conference this year dealing with disarmament from chemical and nuclear weapons.
...
The UN Human Rights Council, featuring the aforementioned luminaries China and Saudi Arabia among others, has a permanent agenda item requiring it to debate the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at each session.
...
In contrast with the UN's many absurdities, Trump made many commendable and dead serious remarks in his speech.
...
The UN General Assembly attendees may have laughed at Trump, but he's the one who gets the last laugh."

The U.N. is the Joke Article

September 27, 2018

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu thanks the U.S. for standing up to the U.N.'s specialty: slandering Israel

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu cuts through Palestinian Authority President Abbas' lies at the U.N.

Palestinian Authority President Abbas ignores violent reality of so-called "Palestinian peaceful resistance" at U.N.

September 26, 2018

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (File photo)

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's message to UNESCO: Stop practicing antisemitism Article

A UNRWA building in Gaza

"Diplomatic officials are calling a new Foreign Ministry report 'revolutionary' for its stance on UNRWA, the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees.

Israel Hayom was granted exclusive access to the position paper, compiled only a few days ago, in which officials maintain that U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to end funding to UNRWA late last month 'made it clear that the organization is not part of the solution but part of the problem.

'Instead of providing social aid, UNRWA exacerbates the conflict by inflating the number of fake refugees, instilling a narrative of hatred and undermining Israel's right to exist and having ties with Hamas,' the report said.

'There are in practice very few Palestinians who meet the legal definition to receive refugee status. Only a few tens of thousands of the 5.4 million registered beneficiaries are refugees.'

In the policy paper, ministry officials conclude UNRWA is a political organization that perpetuates the status of Palestinian refugees and feeds the cycle of violence and desperation.

'By inflating the number of registered 'refugees,' UNRWA sustains the demand for '[the right of] return' a euphemism for Israel's destruction. Actual Palestinian refugees deserve to receive the same international assistance that other refugees around the world receive from the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, in order to bring an end to and not perpetuate their status.'..."

Israeli Foreign Ministry Report Blasts UNRWA for peddling 'false definition' of Palestinian refugees Article

President Donald Trump speaking at the United Nations General Assembly

"President Trump let the world know Tuesday that he's sticking to his vision of America-first sovereignty, rather than cede power to UN mulitlateralists - to their great dismay. Too bad for them: Trump's approach is working.

'America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control and domination,' he told world leaders at the UN General Assembly. This country 'will not tell you how to live or work or worship.' But we 'ask that you honor our sovereignty in return.'

Trump specifically questioned the International Criminal Court's authority to adjudicate war crimes, vowing to 'never surrender America's sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy.'

Smart move for the US. Such a court can't be trusted; Americans and their allies could be at risk from unjust rulings it issues.

Yet all that only fueled the globalists' rage. 'Multilateralism is under fire precisely when we need it most,' huffed UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, of Portugal, at the opening of the festivities. Turtle Bay's usual suspects echoed the sentiment. Without mentioning Trump, they talked up the supposed wonders of globalism.

Yet, compelling facts on the ground are on the US president's side. The best example: the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

Start with the fact that it was signed by none of the seven countries that negotiated it, let alone ratified by their legislatures. Instead, the UN's Security Council endorsed it, turning the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action into international 'law.'

Trump wisely withdrew from it. On Tuesday, he correctly called it a 'horrible' deal that let the Iranian leadership 'spread mayhem across the Middle East and far beyond.'..."

How Trump is sticking it to the globalists Article

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, U.N. General Assembly, September 25, 2018

Israeli Ambassador Danny Danon: Iranian actions spread terror Article

September 25, 2018

September 24, 2018