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April 11, 2007

Utter Insanity At The UN - Iran Reelected Vice Chairman Of U.N. Disarmament Commission.

Please don't ever tell me that we should expect the UN to ever be anything but a platform for two-bit third world agendas. If you've never before doubted the sanity and purpose of the UN, you should now:

On April 9, 2007 there was a United Nations believe-it-or-not moment extraordinaire. At the same time that Iran's President Ahmadinejad declared his country was now capable of industrial-scale uranium enrichment, the U.N. reelected Iran as a vice chairman of the U.N. Disarmament Commission.

Yes Ripley, the very U.N. body charged with promoting nuclear nonproliferation installed in a senior position the state that the Security Council recently declared violated its nonproliferation resolutions.

So in Iran at the Natanz nuclear facility Ahmadinejad gloated: "With great pride, I announce as of today our dear country is among the countries of the world that produces nuclear fuel on an industrial scale." And in New York, courtesy of his U.N. platform, Iranian Disarmament Vice-Chairman Seyed Mohammad Ali Robatjazi railed against "noncompliance with the NPT [nuclear nonproliferation treaty] by the United States" and "the Zionist lobby."

It took the U.N. a mere five days to rehabilitate Iran after the British kidnap victims made it home alive. Just the night before on April 8, Faye Turney, the only female victim, revealed her Iranian abductors stripped her to her underwear, caged her in a tiny, freezing cell, and subjected her to mental torture such as leading her to believe that her death was imminent.

But while this was actually happening to Faye Turney, Ambassador Luis Alfonso de Alba of Mexico, the president of the U.N.'s lead human-rights body -- the U.N. Human Rights Council -- was making this announcement, March 26, 2006:

Go ahead, read more, and trust me - you're not going to believe the rest ...

Just in case you haven't heard enough insanity already, be sure to read Iran's UN envoy outlines Tehran stances at disarmament commission.

Cross posted from Hyscience



Posted by Abdul at April 11, 2007 1:50 PM





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