Friday, December 12, 2008

"Human Rights" at the UN

Very much worth the read....on the Emotional Plague take-over in the UN... go to the link for the full article.


Human Rights at 60
They aren't what they used to be.
by Joseph Loconte
12/10/2008 12:00:00 AM

Sixty years ago, Eleanor Roosevelt, then head of the UN Human Rights Commission, said: "Democracy, freedom, human rights have come to have a definite meaning to the people of the world, which we must not allow to so change that they are made synonymous with suppression and dictatorship." Today, the world's dictators and terrorists are no doubt celebrating the prostitution of human rights - often at the encouragement of UN policies and protocols. More than half of the 47 members of the UN Human Rights Council fail to uphold basic democratic freedoms in their own countries. Some of the most egregious offenders of human rights - including China, Cuba, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Zimbabwe - typically evade censure.

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