The U.N. is a corrupt institution

The UN is a corrupt institution dominated by the US. The UN blocks also all the UN resolutions critical of Israel. UN legalizes the bombings of Libyan civilians. We have to break with the UN !

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  1. kruitvat Post author

    Libyan rebels will recognise Israel

    Libya’s rebel National Transitional Council (NTC) is ready to recognise Israel, according to French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, who says he has passed the message on to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

    The NTC “will be concerned with justice for the Palestinians and security for Israel” it it takes power, Lévy said after meeting Netanyahu Thursday.

    “The future regime will maintain normal relations with other democratic countries, including Israel.”

    Netanyahu’s office confirmed the meeting with Lévy but did not comment on the discussion. “The prime minister likes to meet intellectuals,” a spokesperson said.

    Lévy, who helped persuade France to be the first country to recognise the NTC, visited the rebel-held Libyan city of Misrata last weekend and went on to Jerusalem this week.
    Moamer Kadhafi’s regime refused to recognise Israel, even after Egypt’s President Anwar Sadat peace treaty with the country in 1979.

    Global Research, June 3, 2011
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25099
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    U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on March 25, 2011 in Caesarea, Israel. Gates discussed with Netanyahu ‘regional security concerns’.

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  2. kruitvat Post author

    Russia ready to recognize Palestine

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has vowed to throw his weight behind recognition of an independent Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders.
    “Every nation needs unity, or the more so the Palestinian people… (who are) striving to create a Palestinian state in accordance with UN resolutions, the Quartet of international mediators (the UN, the EU, Russia, and the US), and the Arab peace initiative,” the Russian foreign minister said.
    Lavrov voiced his support in a meeting with representatives of Hamas and Fatah in Moscow. The Palestinians and Russians later issued a joint statement.
    The Russian foreign minister called the Hamas-Fatah reconciliation deal a historic event and urged the Palestinian factions to hash out the details of the unity pact and lay the groundwork for its implementation, a Press TV correspondent reported on Tuesday.
    In May leaders of the two main Palestinian factions signed a reconciliation deal in Egypt, paving the way for the creation of an interim unity government.

    PRESS TV, 25 May 2011
    http://gazatvnews.com/2011/05/russia-ready-to-recognize-palestine/

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  3. kruitvat Post author

    US Congress considers shutting down the UN…

    A top congressman has drafted a resolution that calls on the US to withhold contributions to the UN if the international body recognizes a Palestinian state.
    The measure declares that the US secretary of state should cancel American funding for the UN General Assembly if the GA “adopts a resolution in favor of recognizing a state of Palestine outside of or prior to a final status agreement negotiated between, and acceptable to, the State of Israel and the Palestinians.”
    Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Middle East subcommittee, introduced the nonbinding measure on Friday and so far has no co-sponsors.
    But other members are discussing whether Congress should use its control of the government’s purse strings to take a more concrete stand against any UN recognition of Palestinian statehood.
    Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Florida), chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, has publicly voiced support for leveraging UN funds to further US policy interests, including preventing a unilateral declaration of Palestinian statehood.
    At a hearing in March on reforming the UN, she cited the threat during the George H. W. Bush administration to cut off funding to the any UN entity that recognized a Palestinian state after PLO chairman Yasser Arafat made such a declaration in 1988.
    “The PLO’s effort was stopped in its tracks. While Arafat is gone, his successors are up to the same tricks today. The US response must be just as strong,” she said.
    “I think there would be broad support for something limiting funding [to the UN] based on what happens at the UN,” said one aide to a representative on the House Appropriations Committee of the possibility of Ros-Lehtinen or others bringing forth such a measure.
    Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has said that he will seek the backing of the UN, most likely in the General Assembly, for a unilateral declaration of Palestinian statehood when it begins its next session in September.
    The US has indicated it opposes the move, but some pro-Israel figures are calling for a more emphatic repudiation of the idea in the hopes that it will dissuade the Palestinians from going to the UN.
    Members of Congress have warned Abbas that PA aid is at risk of being reduced should the Palestinians pursue a declaration of statehood this September.
    The chairwoman of the US House appropriation subcommittee for foreign operations, Rep. Kay Granger (RTexas), and the subcommittee’s ranking member, Nita Lowey (D-New York), wrote Abbas about their “serious concerns” on that score in April.
    Former US ambassador to the UN John Bolton argued in The Wall Street Journal, however, that a further threat to reduce aid to the UN itself would be most effective.
    “Congress should legislate broadly that any UN action that purports to acknowledge or authorize Palestinian statehood will result in a cutoff of all US contributions to the offending agency,” wrote Bolton, who served in the George W. Bush administration. He suggested that the reductions could be tailored so that agencies such as the World Heath Organization or the International Atomic Energy Agency are unaffected.
    “Our current federal budget deficits provide another attractive reason to reduce UN contributions.
    If political realities make it impossible to cut off funding completely, perhaps a partial reduction, say 50 percent, might be a suitable compromise,” he said.
    Pointing to the George H.W. Bush administration’s precedent, he concluded that “although defeating the PLO campaign required further maneuvering, Mr. Baker’s statement was the death knell of the ‘statehood’ push [in 1988].”

    June 7, 2011
    YourJewishNews.com/Jerusalem Post
    http://yourjewishnews.com/7224.aspx

    http://yourjewishnews.com/default.aspx

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  4. kruitvat Post author

    They can better shutting down the UN now. UN is an instrument of the U.S. and Israel. UN is the legitimitation for the bombings of Libya. UN blocks all the resolutions critical of Israel.

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  5. kruitvat Post author

    June 3, 2011 – Libyan rebels will recognise Israel…
    Libya’s rebel National Transitional Council (NTC) is ready to recognise Israel, according to French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, who says he has passed the message on to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Moamer Kadhafi’s regime refused to recognise Israel, even after Egypt’s President Anwar Sadat peace treaty with the country in 1979.
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25099

    June 7, 2011 – US Congress considers shutting down the UN…
    A top congressman has drafted a resolution that calls on the US to withhold contributions to the UN if the international body recognizes a Palestinian state. http://yourjewishnews.com/7224.aspx

    NATO bombings of Libya: U.S. puts pressure on other countries…
    June 11, 2011 – U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said although NATO’s 28 member states expressed their support for military action against Libya, but in fact less than half of participating in the operation, less than one-third willing to participate in air strikes. He said that NATO pursue the principle of ‘collective defense of Europe member States’ must bear their share of fall, or collective defense would be meaningless.
    (Xinhua News Agency, Brussels)

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  6. kruitvat Post author

    Real Americans defend Israel – Friends of Israel
    US Congress considers shutting down the UN…
    June 9, 2011
    http://llphfreedom.blogspot.com/2011/06/us-congress-considers-shutting-down-un.html

    A top congressman has drafted a resolution that calls on the US to withhold contributions to the UN if the international body recognizes a Palestinian state.

    The measure declares that the US secretary of state should cancel American funding for the UN General Assembly if the GA “adopts a resolution in favor of recognizing a state of Palestine outside of or prior to a final status agreement negotiated between, and acceptable to, the State of Israel and the Palestinians.”

    Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Middle East subcommittee, introduced the nonbinding measure on Friday and so far has no co-sponsors.
    But other members are discussing whether Congress should use its control of the government’s purse strings to take a more concrete stand against any UN recognition of Palestinian statehood.

    Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Florida), chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, has publicly voiced support for leveraging UN funds to further US policy interests, including preventing a unilateral declaration of Palestinian statehood.

    At a hearing in March on reforming the UN, she cited the threat during the George H. W. Bush administration to cut off funding to the any UN entity that recognized a Palestinian state after PLO chairman Yasser Arafat made such a declaration in 1988.

    “The PLO’s effort was stopped in its tracks. While Arafat is gone, his successors are up to the same tricks today. The US response must be just as strong,” she said.

    “I think there would be broad support for something limiting funding [to the UN] based on what happens at the UN,” said one aide to a representative on the House Appropriations Committee of the possibility of Ros-Lehtinen or others bringing forth such a measure.
    Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has said that he will seek the backing of the UN, most likely in the General Assembly, for a unilateral declaration of Palestinian statehood when it begins its next session in September.

    The US has indicated it opposes the move, but some pro-Israel figures are calling for a more emphatic repudiation of the idea in the hopes that it will dissuade the Palestinians from going to the UN.

    Members of Congress have warned Abbas that PA aid is at risk of being reduced should the Palestinians pursue a declaration of statehood this September.

    The chairwoman of the US House appropriation subcommittee for foreign operations, Rep. Kay Granger (RTexas), and the subcommittee’s ranking member, Nita Lowey (D-New York), wrote Abbas about their “serious concerns” on that score in April.

    Former US ambassador to the UN John Bolton argued in The Wall Street Journal, however, that a further threat to reduce aid to the UN itself would be most effective.

    “Congress should legislate broadly that any UN action that purports to acknowledge or authorize Palestinian statehood will result in a cutoff of all US contributions to the offending agency,” wrote Bolton, who served in the George W. Bush administration. He suggested that the reductions could be tailored so that agencies such as the World Heath Organization or the International Atomic Energy Agency are unaffected.

    “Our current federal budget deficits provide another attractive reason to reduce UN contributions. If political realities make it impossible to cut off funding completely, perhaps a partial reduction, say 50 percent, might be a suitable compromise,” he said.

    Pointing to the George H.W. Bush administration’s precedent, he concluded that “although defeating the PLO campaign required further maneuvering, Mr. Baker’s statement was the death knell of the ‘statehood’ push [in 1988].”

    Published on June 7, 2011
    Source: YourJewishNews.com/Jerusalem Post

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  7. kruitvat Post author

    Real Americans defend Israel – Friends of Israel

    I will Bless these Bless you
    & curse these who curse you.
    It will be through you, that all the families of the earths, shall be Blessed!
    Genesis 12:3

    “Israel and the United States stand together in their fight against Islamo-fascist terrorism. These shared values will bind Israel and the United States forever.”
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    ISRAEL AND THE UNITED STATES

    Is Israel an asset or a burden to our country?
    What are the facts?

    The United States is without question Israel’s most important ally. Also, without question, Israel is the staunchest and most reliable friend of the United States. But there are some who believe and vigorously advocate that Israel is a burden to the United States and that, were it not for Israel, peace would prevail in the Middle East.

    The “Israel lobby.” There are indeed those who claim that Israel is a liability, a burden to our
    country. Professors from prestigious universities write essays in which they aver that the United States is in thrall to the “Israel lobby.” This lobby is said to pull the strings of American policy. Its supposed main promoters are AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) and the so-called “neo-cons,” some of whom are indeed Jewish. They are said to exert an almost magical spell over policy makers, including the leaders of Congress and the President. Some even say that the Iraq war was promoted by this omnipotent “Israel lobby,” that the President was flummoxed into declaring war on Saddam Hussein, not in order to defend the United States or to promote its interests, but in order to further the interests of Israel.

    Israel is indeed a major recipient of U.S. aid. Israel receives yearly $3.0 billion, all of it in military aid – nothing in economic aid. 75% of this military aid must be spent with U.S. military contractors, making Israel a very large customer of those companies.

    America’s staunchest ally. A good case can be made that aid to Israel, all of it military, should be part of the United States defense budget, rather than of the aid budget because Israel is, next only perhaps to Britain, by far the most important ally of the United States. Virtually without exception, Israel’s government and its people agree with and support the foreign policy objectives of the United States. In the United Nations, Israel’s votes coincide with those of the United States over 90% of the time. The Arabs and other Moslem countries, virtually all of them recipients of American largess, almost reflexively vote against the United States in most instances.

    Israel is the major strategic asset of the United States in an area of the world that is the cradle of Islamo-fascism, which is dominated by tyrants and permeated by religious obscurantism and shows almost total disregard for human rights. During the decades-long Cold War, Israel was America’s indispensable rampart against the inroads of the Soviet Union. It is now the bulwark against the aggressive intentions of Iran. During Desert Storm, Israel provided invaluable intelligence, an umbrella of air cover for military cargo, and had personnel planted in the Iraqi deserts to pick up downed American pilots.

    Gen. George Keagan, former head of U.S. Air Force Intelligence, stated publicly that “Israel is worth five CIAs,” with regard to intelligence passed to our country. He also stated that the yearly $3.0 billion that Israel received in military assistance was worth $50 to $60 billion in intelligence, R&D savings, and Soviet weapons systems captured and transferred to the Pentagon. In contrast to our commitments in Korea, Japan, Germany, and other parts, not a single American serviceperson needs to be stationed in Israel. Considering that the cost of one serviceperson per year – including backup and infrastructure – is estimated to be about $200,000, and assuming a minimum contingent of 25,000 troops, the cost savings to the United States on that score alone is on the order of $5 billion a year.

    Israel effectively secures NATO’s southeastern flank. Its superb harbor, its outstanding military installations, the air and sea lift capabilities, and the trained manpower to maintain sophisticated equipment are readily at hand in Israel. It is the only country that makes itself available to the United States in any contingency. Yes, Israel is not a burden, but a tremendous asset to the United States.

    Israel is indeed America’s unsinkable aircraft carrier in the Middle East and the
    indispensable defender of America’s interests in that area of the world. The people of the United States, individually and through their Congressional representatives, overwhelmingly support Israel in its seemingly unending fight against Arab aggression and Muslim terror. But that support is not only based on the great strategic value that Israel represents to the United States. It is and always has been based on shared values of liberty, democracy, and human rights. America and Israel are aligned by their shared love of peace and democracy. Israel and the United States stand together in their fight against Islamo-fascist terrorism. These shared values, these common ideals, will bind Israel and the United States forever.

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    http://llphfreedom.blogspot.com/p/israel-and-united-states.html

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  8. kruitvat Post author

    UN, the organisation that blocks all the UN resolutions critical of Israel and legalizes the NATO-bombing of civilians, is bribed by Israel…
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    ‘Israel bribes UN to reject Palestine’

    Israel is working on several strategies to derail the Palestinian plan to obtain recognition of statehood at the UN General Assembly in September.

    Israel’s foreign ministry has ordered its ambassadors to fuel the media hype against Palestinian statehood.

    Meanwhile, Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu and nine of his ministers are in Italy in a bid to secure Rome’s support in their anti-Palestinian statehood campaign.

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