19 November, 2013

China, Cuba, Vietnam Elected to U.N. Human Rights Council

Posted by Socrates in "international law", 'human rights', China, Cuba, global government, globalization, international Jewry, international socialism, internationalism, Socrates, UN, UN founders at 11:53 am | Permanent Link

Need any more proof that the UN is totally bogus? Why is America still a member of this Jewish-founded organization?


  • 6 Responses to “China, Cuba, Vietnam Elected to U.N. Human Rights Council”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      The concept of “human rights” is Western and thoroughly bourgeois. It has nothing to do with reality or the natural struggle for survival. Any Chinaman could tell you that. I imagine the election of those crap-hole countries to the UN’s “Human Rights Council” was done merely for the sake of political appearances. It was simply their turn to get seats on that Council. But if electing countries like that to monitor global “human rights” makes Israel and the Jew-S-A look bad then more power to ’em.

    2. fd Says:

      This is true, Tim McGreen. There is no such thing as rights in the natural world. You have the laws of nature and common sense.

      The ‘right to life’ doesn’t pass the laugh test. Tell that to a shark, alligator or tidal wave before you are promptly devoured.

    3. CW-2 Says:

      Lots of crackpot ideas came out of the French ‘Enlightement’ during the 18th century, and ‘human rights’ is one of the more ridiculous ones. The concept of human rights was a luxury born of the idle talk ‘les philosophes’ conducted in their Parisian salons. It has application in the way civilized White men and women conduct themselves, but to apply the concept universally is shear insanity.
      The non-white world recognises only one law, the law of brute force. Liberals and reverends are busy confiring ‘rights’ on those whose sole ambition is to kill whitey, rape his womenfolk and take his land.

    4. CW-2 Says:

      Where were the ‘human rights’ of the Serb women and kids when Clinton and his jews were bombing Serbia in 1999?

    5. Tim McGreen Says:

      Good point about all that Les Droits De L’Homme business, while thousands were being thrown into dungeons or marched to the guillotine. The French Revolution was so obviously a Jew-Masonic scheme to kill as many Aryan Bourbons and Royalists as possible.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Well, actually CW was talking about the Enlightenment, not the French Revolution. But you could argue that one led to the other.