This useless body of windbags is set to pass
yet another resolution CONDEMING the violence in Syria, and what good pray tell
will that do?
One more useless piece of paper with
absolutely no strength to do anything about it, and we play along with these
The idea that diplomats can solve this is
ludicrous at best.
Diplomacy means you can supposedly trust the
guy on the other side of the table when you know damned well that you can’t
(Hitler and Neville Chamberlain were a good example).
I have written
from time to time about our role as a member of this useless organization, but
unfortunately, we are still knee deep in it, however propriety restrains me
from stating what we are knee deep in.
There was some
talk a year or two ago that they were considering moving its’ Headquarters to
Singapore (GOOD!!!), the sooner the better.
A while back a
couple of writers working together, wrote some codswallop that It was clearly
in America’s interest to work with the U.N. to advance U.S. diplomatic
initiatives related to our values and to facilitate cooperation with other
nations to address these common concerns.
That sounds like
the kind of crap that would come out of Hillary Clinton’s mouth
Common concerns, they
vote against us 70-80% of the time.
to other member countries of the U.N. has not resulted in support for U.S.
diplomatic initiatives in the U.N., On the contrary, most recipients of U.S.
assistance vote against the U.S. more often than they vote with the U.S.
This poses the question, aside from our remaining in the U.N., why the hell are
we giving these people any money at all when we can’t even pay our own bills
without going in hock to the international loan sharks (and for big time
The U.S. is
providing hundreds of millions of dollars of foreign aid to some of the world’s
richest countries – while at the same time borrowing billions back from
them, according to a report seen by Congress.
Research Service released a report last June, which shows that in 2010 the U.S.
handed out a total of $1.4bn to 16 foreign countries that held at least $10bn
in Treasury securities, four countries in the world’s top 10 richest received
foreign aid last year with China receiving $27.2m, India $126.6m, Brazil $25m,
and Russia $71.5m.
whoever is responsible for this financial insanity should be staked out over an
anthill in the hot sun.
Oh I almost forgot about the $400.4 million which was appropriated for economic
aid to the Palestinians and $100 million for support of Palestinian Authority
police training, and another $61.5 million in emergency humanitarian aid
through USAID, UNRWA, and the International Committee of the Red Cross
following Israel’s assault on Gaza, which in reality was not an assault but a
retaliation for all the rockets fired indiscriminately into Israel from Gaza.
CUT OFF ALL
FOREIGN AID, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ISRAEL WHO IS OUR ONLY TRUE FRIEND AND ALLY
IN THE REGION.
These people will take our money and at the same time they hate us, so let them
hate us on an empty stomach.
What did all these countries do before there was such a thing as foreign aid?
diplomatic delegates to the U.N. are nothing more than a glorified debating
society whose resolutions have no teeth and mean nothing, while they sit around
drawing salaries they could never make in their own countries (most of it paid
The U.S. has been
the largest financial supporter of the U.N. since the organization came into
being in 1945. The U.S. is currently assessed 22 percent of the U.N. regular
budget and more than 27 percent of the U.N. peacekeeping budget (peacekeeping
my foot, their whole battle plan is “READY, AIM, FLEE”).
In dollar terms,
the Administration’s budget for FY 2011 requested $516.3 million for the U.N.
regular budget, and more than $2.182 Billion for the peacekeeping budget.
However, the U.S.
also provides assessed financial contributions to other U.N. organizations and
voluntary contributions to many more U.N. organizations. According to OMB,
total U.S. contributions to the U.N. system were more than$6.347 Billion in FY2009.
This is more than $1 Billion more than total contributions as compiled by OMB
for FY2005, and it is indicative of the rising budgetary trends in the U.N. and
the consequential demand on U.S. budgetary support.
What is really
amazing is that until just a few years ago, the U.S. had only a vague idea of
how much money the U.S. was providing and where it was being spent.
Given the lack of
transparency and oversight in the U.N. financial system, this brings up the
question of who is watching the store.
a great proclivity to toss money around like there will be no tomorrow, but
then, what the hell do they care, it is not their money.
We need to
extricate ourselves from this useless sponge of an organization NOW, not
tomorrow, but NOW!!!
WAKE UP AMERICA!!!
READER COMMENTS/FEEDBACK PLEASE
PLEASE FORWARD TO ALL ON YOUR LIST
THAT THEY DO THE SAME PLEASE