Saturday, November 13, 2010

The UN and the Hypocrisy of Power

By Lawrence Davidson
November 13, 2010

The United Nations celebrated its 65th birthday (1945 to 2010) on Oct. 24, having lasted 27 years longer than its predecessor, the League of Nations, which was started in 1919 and didn’t formally shut down until 1946 although it had failed years earlier in its primary goal of preventing a second world war.

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Morton Kurzweil said...

It is the imperialism of Muslim states in the guise of support for the rights of individuals, the heart of the U.N. charter that has created a new religious jihad. It is the continued reaction to Western imperialism of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by the Arab league that seeks to expand sharia and Muslin law with a vengeance. Peaceful and creative citizens of all religions and races have lived throughout the Middle East since the Persian Empire of Cyrus the Great.
The new claims of Arab League politicians denies the history of Islamic states and the rights recognized by the United Nations.

Anonymous said...

Davidson go to hell...Move to one of your medievalist muslim countries. I'm sure with your last name, they'll give you wonderful treatment. You make Neville Chamberlain look like Arnold Schwartzeneger!