The UN body monitoring implementation of the global convention on prohibiting racial discrimination (CERD) has issued a rare “early warning and urgent action procedure alert” in a news release: We are alarmed by the racist demonstrations, with overtly racist slogans, chants and salutes by white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and the Ku Klux Klan, promoting white supremacy and inciting racial discrimination and hatred.
They say there “should be no place in the world for racist white supremacist ideas…”.
The UN “experts” ask the US authorities to “address the root causes of the proliferation of such racist manifestations.”
This is really funny when you look at the members of this committee, which includes China, Russia, Pakistan and others who jail and kill people who exercise their human rights.
LYING MSM COMPARES CHARLOTTESVILLE TO ISIS, BURUNDI, IRAQ WAR CRIMES
The Washington Post took it seriously, comparing the US to Burundi, ISIS, and Kyrgyzstan:
When the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination calls out a country, it usually means that things have gotten pretty dire.
Last year, it slapped Burundi with a formal warning for “reports of killings, summary executions, disappearances and torture, many of which appear to have an ethnic character.” In 2014, it targeted the Islamic State for “crimes against humanity in Iraq.” In 2010, it fingered Kyrgyzstan, voicing deep concern about massacres and plunders of ethnic Uzbeks.
And on Aug. 18, the panel turned its attention to the United States.
In a direct rebuke of the white supremacist march in Charlottesville this month, the committee issued an “early warning” on the United States.
The leftist Guardian made the same comparison, adding Iraq and the Ivory Coast [where all those pirates hang]:
Such statements are usually issued by the United Nations committee on the elimination of racial discrimination (Cerd) over fears of ethnic or religious conflict. In the past decade, the only other countries issued with early warnings have been Burundi, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Kyrgyzstan and Nigeria.
The NY Times used the Burundi comparison and added some ‘the world hates Trump’ gibberish which was the point after all. They want Americans to believe we have President Idi Amin Trump:
Without mentioning Mr. Trump by name, a body of United Nations experts on Wednesday denounced “the failure at the highest political level of the United States of America to unequivocally reject and condemn” racist violence, saying it was “deeply concerned by the example this failure could set for the rest of the world.”…
…The committee last invoked the procedures last year, when it condemned “reports of killings, summary executions, disappearances and torture, many of which appear to have an ethnic character,” in Burundi.
THE UN JOINED THE GLOBAL EFFORTS TO DIVIDE AND CONQUER AMERICANS
The neo-Nazis and KKK are not growing in numbers and there aren’t a lot of them though we all agree they’re horrible and dangerous.
Meanwhile, not a word about the Antifa, Revolutionary Communist Party or the Black Lives Matter running around hurting people.
The UN is aiding and abetting the divisive media and politicians who seem to want a civil war or a race war.
BUT THEY REALLY CARE ABOUT FREE SPEECH
The UN also insists the US “ensure that the rights to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly are not exercised with the aim of destroying or denying the rights and freedoms of others, and also asked it to provide the necessary guarantees so that such rights are not misused to promote racist hate speech and racist crimes.”
What they are saying is they don’t want any free speech that offends people. They won’t get far with that since the latest Rasmussen poll shows 73% of the American people say they are willing to die for free speech.
THE ELITES WORRIED ABOUT OUR HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
The political correctness police were busy in Charlottesville yesterday.
Footage of Charlottesville workers covering Confederate statue of Robert E. Lee as city mourns death at white supremacist rally. pic.twitter.com/NqZrItFkgK
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) August 23, 2017