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Ahmadinejad at the U.N. : Spewing Feces

Ironic Surrealism posted a transcript of Ahmadinejad’s speech. I have selected some significant excerpts to attack. [Emphasis added.]
Transcript: Ahmadinejad Speech at the UN General Assembly 9-23-09

I have talked about the two conflicting outlooks prevailing in our world; one that is based on the predominance of its materialistic interests through spreading inequality and oppression, poverty and deprivation, aggression, occupation and deception, and tends to bring the entire world under its control and impose its will on other nations. This outlook has produced nothing but frustration, disappointment and a dark future for the entire humanity.

Ahmadinejad intended to ascribe inequality, oppression & etc. to Western Civilization.  In reality, Islam was committing aggression and occupying  long before the period of European Colonialism.  Muslims are mandated by Allah to bring the entire world under their control. See 8:39.

The other outlook is the one that spouses with the belief in the oneness of the Almighty God, follows the teaching of His messengers, respects human dignity and seeks to build a secure world for all members of the human community, in which everybody can equally enjoy the blessings of sustainable peace and spirituality. The latter is an outlook that respects all human beings, nations, and valuable cultures in defiance of all types of discrimination in the world, and commits itself into a constant fight to promote equality for all before the law on the basis of justice and fraternity, laying a solid foundation to guarantee equal access for all human beings in their quest to excel in knowledge and science. I have laid emphasis time and again on the need to make fundamental changes in the current attitudes towards the world and the human being in order to be able to create a bright tomorrow.

Islamic moral inversion is obvious in these two passages. Islam does not respect human dignity, denying the sanctity of the blood & property of disbelievers.

Approaches in which realization of the interests of certain powers is considered as the only criteria to weigh democracy, and using the ugliest methods of intimidation and deceit under the mantle of freedom as a democratic practice, and approaches through which sometimes dictators are portrayed as democrats, lack legitimacy and must be totally rejected. The time has come to an end for those who define democracy and freedom and set standards whilst they themselves are the first who violate its fundamental principles. They can no longer sit both the judge and the executor and challenge the real democratically- established governments. The awakening of nations and the expansion of freedom worldwide will no longer allow them to continue their hypocrisy and vicious attitudes.

Observe the hypocrisy! Islam is slavery to Allah. Slavery and freedom are incompatible, as are Islam and democracy. Islam only accepts its own Shari’ah, based on the Qur’an, considering human legislation to be blasphemous. Allah said that once he and his messenger have decreed a matter, no believer has the right to question their decision.

Because of all these reasons most nations including the people of the Untied States are waiting for real and profound changes. They have welcomed and will continue to welcome changes.

This appears to be a reference to President Obama’s campaign mantra.

How can one imagine that the inhuman policies in Palestine may continue; to force the entire population of a country out of their homeland for more than 60 years by resorting to force and coercion; to attack them with all types of arms and even prohibited weapons; to deny them of their legitimate right of self-defense, while much to the chagrin of the international community calling the occupiers as the peace lovers, and portraying the victims as terrorists. How can the crimes of the occupiers against defenseless women and children and destruction of their homes, farms, hospitals and schools be supported unconditionally by certain governments, and at the same time, the oppressed men and women be subject to genocide and heaviest economic blockade being denied of their basic needs, food, water and medicine.

That paragraph is a perfect example of moral inversion as practiced by Muslims. In 638, Caliph Umar invaded and occupied Israel, killing and driving out many indigenous Jews and Christians. With a brief intermission during the Crusades, Muslims have occupied Israel ever since. When Muslims launch unguided rockets into Israelie cities, that is ‘resistance’. When Israel retaliates against missile crews, that is ‘genocide’.  Israel should be ‘wiped off the map’; Jews should be ‘driven into the sea;. Of course that is ‘justice’, not genocide. Yeah, right.

They are not even allowed to rebuild their homes which were destroyed during the 22-day barbaric attacks by the Zionist regime while the winter is approaching. Whereas the aggressors and their supporters deceitfully continue their rhetoric in defense of human rights in order to put others under pressure. It is no longer acceptable that a small minority would dominate the politics, economy and culture of major parts of the world by its complicated networks, and establish a new form of slavery, and harm the reputation of other nations, even European nations and the U.S., to attain its racist ambitions.

Abbas  & Obama are demanding that Jews not be allowed to build homes where their ancestors walked prior to the takeovers by Rome and Mekkah.  Operation Cast Lead only happened because the Muslims launched thousands of rockets into Israel.  It is Islam and their apologists who unreasonably deny Israel’s right of self-defense.  It is Islam that has set out on a course of world domination. [The Good News that Muslims will conquer the Known World, and ultimately the Entire World]

It is not acceptable that some who are several thousands of kilometers away from the Middle East would send their troops for military intervention and for spreading war, bloodshed, aggression, terror and intimidation in the whole region while blaming the protests of nations in the region, that are concerned about their fate and their national security, as a move against peace and as interference in others’ affairs.

Of course it was perfectly acceptable for Muslims to march from Mekkah to Yemen, Egypt, Syria, North Africa, Iraq, Persia and India. Yeah, they were spreading justice weren’t  they. And when the Magnificent 19 flew from the Middle East to America, hijacked airliners to  fly them into buildings, that was divine justice; they were saintly martyrs. Yeah, right.

Look at the situations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It is no longer possible to bring a country under military occupation in the name of fight against terrorism and drug trafficking while the production of illicit drugs has multiplied, terrorism has widened its dimensions and has tightened its grips, thousands of innocent people have been killed, injured or displaced, infrastructures have been destroyed and regional security has been seriously jeopardized; and those who have created the current disastrous situation continue to blame others. How you can talk about friendship and solidarity with other nations while you expand your military bases in different parts of the world including in Latin America.

The situations in Iraq and Afghanistan would be substantially different without Iranian interference. Those areas would likely be decently pacified without the money, materials and support flowing from Iran. And had those benighted lands not been involved in terrorism, they would not be invaded by America. in retaliation.  Mention of Latin America is a nice touch considering Ahmadinejad’s plan to place missiles and enrichment pants in Venezuela.

This situation cannot continue. It is all the more impossible to advance expansionist and inhuman policies on the basis of militaristic logic. The logic of coercion and intimidation will produce dire consequences, exacerbating the present global problems. It is not acceptable that the military budget of some governments exceeds far larger than those of the entire countries of the world. They export billions of dollars of arms every year, stockpile chemical and biological weapons, establish military bases or have military presence in other countries while accusing others of militarism, and mobilize all their resources in the world to impede scientific and technological progress of other nations under the pretext of countering arms proliferation. It is not acceptable that the United Nations and the Security Council, whose decisions must represent all nations and governments by the application of the most democratic methods in their decision making processes, be dominated by a few governments and serve their interests. In a world where cultures, thoughts and public opinions should be the determining factors, the continuation of the present situation is impossible, and fundamental changes seem to be unavoidable. Second; Any change must be structural and fundamental both in theory and practice, involving all domains of our life.

But it is perfectly acceptable for Iran to arm Hamas & Hezboallah with missiles and chemical weapons. And :scientific and “technological progress of other nations” is code for Iran’s nuclear bomb program.  Ahmadinejad wants a nuke so bad, Israel should give him one, at least, he deserves it!.

The outdated mechanisms which themselves were instrumental in and the root cause for present problems in human societies can never be used to bring changes and create our desired world. Liberalism and capitalism that have alienated human beings from heavenly and moral values will never bring happiness for humanity because they are the main source of all misfortune wars, poverty and deprivation. We have all seen that how the inequitable economic structures controlled by certain political interests have been used to plunder national wealth of countries for the benefit of a group of corrupt business giants. The present structures are incapable of reforming the present situation. The political and economic structures created following the World War II that was based on intentions to dominate the world failed to promote justice and lasting security. Rulers whose hearts do not beat for the love of humankind and who sacrificed the spirit of justice in their minds never offer the promise of peace and friendship to humanity.

Yeah, right. Only Islam promises to deliver peace and friendship to humanity! 8:39, 8:60, 9:29, 3:118 .

All problems existing in our world today emanate from the fact that rulers have distanced themselves from human values, morality and the teachings of divine messengers. Regrettably, in the current international relations, selfishness and insatiable greed have taken the place of such humanitarian concepts as love, sacrifice, dignity, and justice.

You mean like this?

Bukhari  Ch 61 # 2756: …It is mentioned from Ibn ‘Umar from the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, “My provision has been placed under the shadow of my spear, and abasement and humility have been placed on the one who disobeys my command.

How humble, selfless, loving, peaceful and just your damned Profit was!  Dignity & justice, yeah, right.

Sahih Bukhari Volume 1, Book 8, Number 387:
Narrated Anas bin Malik:
Allah’s Apostle said, “I have been ordered to fight the people till they say: ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah.’ And if they say so, pray like our prayers, face our Qibla and slaughter as we slaughter, then their blood and property will be sacred to us and we will not interfere with them except legally and their reckoning will be with Allah.” Narrated Maimun ibn Siyah that he asked Anas bin Malik, “O Abu Hamza! What makes the life and property of a person sacred?” He replied, “Whoever says, ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah’, faces our Qibla during the prayers, prays like us and eats our slaughtered animal, then he is a Muslim, and has got the same rights and obligations as other Muslims have.”

Our blood and property are not sacred to Muslims nor do we have any rights. Hypocrisy, thy name is Islam.

Today, our nation seeks to create a world in which justice and compassion prevail. We announce our commitment to participate in the process of building a durable peace and security worldwide for all nations based on justice, spirituality and human dignity, while being dedicated to strongly defending our legitimate and legal rights. To materialize these goals, our nation is prepared to warmly shake all those hands which are honestly extended to us. No nation can claim to be free from the need to change and reform in this journey towards perfectness. We welcome real and humane changes and stand ready to actively engage in fundamental global reforms.

That pious ode of hypocrisy serves as an introduction to a most evil emulation of Islam’s damned Profit.

Therefore, we emphasize that: – The only path to remain safe is to return to Monotheism (believing in the Oneness of God) and justice, and this is the greatest hope and opportunity in all ages and generations.

“Monotheism”, in this context, means Islam. Moe’s expression was: “Embrace Islam and you will be safe.”. Safe? Safe from what? And If I do not embrace Islam, then what? One of Moe’s extortion letters is more explicit than the rest.

In the name of ALLAH the compassionate, the Merciful
From Muhammad, Prophet of Allah
To the People of Aqaba

May peace be on you. I praise Allah who is one and except whom there is nobody else to be worshipped.

I do not intend to wage war against you till you receive my written reason for it. It is better for you, either to accept Islam or agree to pay Jiziya and consent to remain obedient to Allah, His prophet and his messengers. My messengers deserve honour. Treat them with respect. Whatever pleases my messengers, will also please me.

These people have been informed of the orders about Jiziya. If you desire that there should be peace and security in the world, obey Allah and His Prophet. Thereafter none in Arabia and Ajam (Iran) shall dare cast an evil eye on you. But the rights of Allah and His Prophet can at no time be waived.

If you do not accept these terms and set them aside, I do not need your presents and gifts. In that case, I shall have to wage war (to establish peace and security). Its result would be that the big ones shall be killed in war and the commoners shall be taken prisoners.

I assure you that I am a true Prophet of Allah. I believe in Allah, and His Books, and His Prophets and am of the faith that Maseeh (Messiah) son of Mariam (Mary), is a Prophet of Allah and His word.

Hurmala (Raziallah AnhoA.) who brought to me 3 wasaq (about 6 quintals) of barley, recommended your case. Had it not been in compliance of the command of Allah and the good opinion of Hurmala for you, it would not have been necessary for me to correspond with you and instead of it, there would have been a war. If you will obey my messengers, you shall immediately have my support and the help and support of everyone who is attached to me.

My messengers are Shuraih-beel, Obaiy, Hurmala and Hurais (Raziallah AnhoA.) and whatever decision they take in respect of you, shall be acceptable to me.

Your people are under the protection and responsibility of Allah and His Prophet.

Supply provisions to the Jews of Maqna, for their journey to their country.

If you accept obedience, may peace be on you.’

Seal: Allah’s Prophet Muhammad .

According to Islamic law, the invitation to accept Islam is a necessary precondition to waging war against Kufar.

Therefore, we emphasize that: – The only path to remain safe is to return to Monotheism (believing in the Oneness of God) and justice, and this is the greatest hope and opportunity in all ages and generations.

That sentence accomplishes the dawah, setting the stage for an attack. He can use his nuke as soon as he can construct and deliver it. The following paragraph is is extremely important, read it with great care, afterward I will show you its true meaning.

The promised destiny for the mankind is the establishment of the humane pure life. Will come a time when justice will prevail across the globe and every single human being will enjoy respect and dignity. That will be the time when the Mankind’s path to moral and spiritual perfectness will be opened and his journey to God and the manifestation of the God’s Divine Names will come true. The mankind should excel to represent the God’s “knowledge and wisdom”, His “compassion and benevolence”, His “justice and fairness”, His “power and art”, and His “kindness and forgiveness”. These will all come true under the rule of the Perfect Man, the last Divine Source on earth, Hazrat Mahdi (Peace be upon him); an offspring of the Prophet of Islam, who will re-emerge, and Jesus Christ (Peace be upon him) and other noble men will accompany him in the accomplishment of this, grand universal mission. And this is the belief in Entezar (Awaiting patiently for the Imam to return). Waiting with patience for the rule of goodness and the governance of the Best which is a universal human notion and which is a source of nations’ hope for the betterment of the world. 1 They will come, and with the help of righteous people and true believers will materialize the man’s long-standing desires for freedom, perfectness, maturity, security and tranquility, peace and beauty. They will come to put an end to war and aggression and present the entire knowledge as well as spirituality and friendship to the whole world. Yes; Indeed, the bright future for the mankind will come. (Dear friends, In waiting for that brilliant time to come and in a collective commitment, let’s make due contributions in paving the grounds and preparing the conditions for building that bright future. Long live love and spirituality; long live peace and security; long live justice and freedom. God’s Peace and blessing be upon you all.

Jesus and the Mahdi are going to come  to abolish war & oppression and establish justice & prosperity. How sweet. How sweet indeed!

Sunan Abu Dawud Book 37, Number 4310:

Narrated AbuHurayrah:

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: There is no prophet between me and him, that is, Jesus (peace_be_upon_him). He will descent (to the earth). When you see him, recognise him: a man of medium height, reddish fair, wearing two light yellow garments, looking as if drops were falling down from his head though it will not be wet. He will fight the people for the cause of Islam. He will break the cross, kill swine, and abolish jizyah. Allah will perish all religions except Islam. He will destroy the Antichrist and will live on the earth for forty years and then he will die. The Muslims will pray over him.

Jesus will fight against us for the cause of Islam. He will abolish jizyah by killing the Jews and Christians who pay it. Got a clue yet?  For the benefit of the clueless,. I will quote from Ibn Kathir’s Tafsir of  7:167.

In the future, the Jews will support the Dajjal (False Messiah); and the Muslims, along with `Isa, son of Mary, will kill the Jews. This will occur just before the end of this world.

Jesus Christ: beneficent savior or genocidal warlord? You decide. Why does Islam revere Jesus as a Prophet? Religion of peace? Yeah, right.

September 26, 2009 Posted by | Ahmedinejad, United Nations | , , , | Leave a comment

Obamination: Treachery at the U.N.; Global Economy~Exporting Jobs

Quotes are taken from a transcript of President Obama’s remarks to the General Assembly, published by the New York Times. [Emphasis added.]

And this leads me to the final pillar that must fortify our future: a global economy that advances opportunity for all people.

Does anyone recall the one export the Democrats & their willing accomplices in the mass media were complaining about in the last decade? What was it? Oh, thats it, good jobs.  We were exporting good jobs, leaving hard working  Americans unemployed or under employed. About twenty years ago I spent several weeks as a Temp.,  making wiring harnesses for G.M. vehicles. When the job was finished, the machines were packed up and shipped to Mexico. Michigan jobs were exported.

President Obama is a Marxist, he believes in redistribution in a zero sum game, not “growing the pie”.  Mexicans, Africans & Asians want jobs. Will yours be one of the jobs he exports?

The world is still recovering from the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. In America, we see the engine of growth beginning to churn, and yet many still struggle to find a job or pay their bills. Across the globe, we find promising signs, but little certainty about what lies ahead. And far too many people in far too many places live through the daily crises that challenge our humanity — the despair of an empty stomach; the thirst brought on by dwindling water supplies; the injustice of a child dying from a treatable disease; or a mother losing her life as she gives birth.

Translation: people are suffering in third world countries wracked by war, corruption & mis-management. You must be made to suffer more in order to give them a false promise of relief.  That child dying in Kenya has a right to the drugs & medical treatment required to save his life; you have an obligation to pay for that treatment, his food, clothing, shelter and education.  That twelve year old mother dying because they sewed her birth canal shut resulting in permanent injury, has a right to the services of a surgeon; you have an obligation to pay for it, including the hospital and to feed, clothe and shelter her baby and the ten more she will produce in the next decade. Perhaps some of her progeny will come here to perform their Jihad when they grow up.

In Pittsburgh, we will work with the world’s largest economies to chart a course for growth that is balanced and sustained. That means vigilance to ensure that we do not let up until our people are back to work. That means taking steps to rekindle demand so that global recovery can be sustained. And that means setting new rules of the road and strengthening regulation for all financial centers, so that we put an end to the greed and the excess and the abuse that led us into this disaster, and prevent a crisis like this from ever happening again.

Growth: More people, producing, exchanging and consuming more. “Rekindle demand”?  While many economists complain that we spend too much and save too little, our President wants to increase consumption so that people can return to work. Investment is required to put them back to work, and investment must come from surplus or delayed consumption.  Catch 22!

Greed, excess & abuse? Could that relate to what went on at Freddie Mac & Fannie Mae?  Of course not! It must refer to the greedy Wall Street bankers, the crooks in Washington had nothing to do with the housing bubble. Yeah, right.

At a time of such interdependence, we have a moral and pragmatic interest, however, in broader questions of development — the questions of development that existed even before this crisis happened. And so America will continue our historic effort to help people feed themselves. We have set aside $63 billion to carry forward the fight against HIV/AIDS, to end deaths from tuberculosis and malaria, to eradicate polio, and to strengthen public health systems. We are joining with other countries to contribute H1N1 vaccines to the World Health Organization. We will integrate more economies into a system of global trade. We will support the Millennium Development Goals, and approach next year’s summit with a global plan to make them a reality. And we will set our sights on the eradication of extreme poverty in our time.

If you will reduce the death rate, you will increase the population. How will you feed all those people? How will you provide the infrastructure they need?  You are going to develop their economies, which translates to industrialization.  That translates to their exporting goods for our consumption. That translates to fewer American jobs.  That translates to a higher tax burden imposed on a smaller number of tax payers.  And how about the CO2 produced by their growing economies? How will that affect the global warming crisis?

Now is the time for all of us to do our part. Growth will not be sustained or shared unless all nations embrace their responsibilities. And that means that wealthy nations must open their markets to more goods and extend a hand to those with less, while reforming international institutions to give more nations a greater voice. And developing nations must root out the corruption that is an obstacle to progress — for opportunity cannot thrive where individuals are oppressed and business have to pay bribes. That is why we support honest police and independent judges; civil society and a vibrant private sector. Our goal is simple: a global economy in which growth is sustained, and opportunity is available to all.

While he shrinks the private sector at home, he talks about growing it elsewhere.  Can you read between the lines?   While he talks about reducing corruption abroad, he increases it at home.

I believe that the people of the world want this future for their children. And that is why we must champion those principles which ensure that governments reflect the will of the people.

Consider the difference between form and content. Our founders did, that is why they diluted democracy with multiple layers of representatives.  Republicanism and limited government were designed to prevent the excesses of mob rule. Our founders did not want the urgent impulse of the moment to convert our government into an agency of predation.

If the people are peaceful, diligent, productive and honest, government reflecting their will can be harmless. But if the people are aggressive, lustful after plunder and swift to shed blood,  government reflecting thiner will can be a most malignant institution.

Did Imperial Japan reflect the will of  its people or contravene it?  Did the Third Reich reflect the Volk or contravene them?

These principles cannot be afterthoughts — democracy and human rights are essential to achieving each of the goals that I’ve discussed today, because governments of the people and by the people are more likely to act in the broader interests of their own people, rather than narrow interests of those in power.

Limited, constitutional government is more essential, secondary only to widespread morality & virtue among the populace.  If the people are interested in pillaging, plundering and enslaving others and their leaders are interested in expanding their domains and building empires, democracy will not prevent them from pursuing those interests.

The test of our leadership will not be the degree to which we feed the fears and old hatreds of our people. True leadership will not be measured by the ability to muzzle dissent, or to intimidate and harass political opponents at home. The people of the world want change. They will not long tolerate those who are on the wrong side of history.

The President whose minions label domestic dissenters “mobs”, “haters”, “extremists” & “racists” and feign fear that we are about to riot demonstrated his arrogance with that paragraph. His party seeks to censor their critics by seizing control of radio broadcasting and the Internet. What a hypocrite!

This Assembly’s Charter commits each of us — and I quote — “to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women.” Among those rights is the freedom to speak your mind and worship as you please; the promise of equality of the races, and the opportunity for women and girls to pursue their own potential; the ability of citizens to have a say in how you are governed, and to have confidence in the administration of justice. For just as no nation should be forced to accept the tyranny of another nation, no individual should be forced to accept the tyranny of their own people. (Applause.)

President Obama listed several concepts which are diametrically opposed to the tenets of Islam. If he were sincere, he would be offending the tyrants he seeks to appease.

As an African American, I will never forget that I would not be here today without the steady pursuit of a more perfect union in my country. And that guides my belief that no matter how dark the day may seem, transformative change can be forged by those who choose to side with justice. And I pledge that America will always stand with those who stand up for their dignity and their rights — for the student who seeks to learn; the voter who demands to be heard; the innocent who longs to be free; the oppressed who yearns to be equal.

Yes sir, you did a fine job of standing up with the Iranian dissidents after their election was stolen and many of them were imprisoned, tortured and murdered for seeking justice. No, instead you dithered and pandered to the tyrant who oppresses and torments those who stand up for their dignity & rights. Hypocrite!

Democracy cannot be imposed on any nation from the outside. Each society must search for its own path, and no path is perfect. Each country will pursue a path rooted in the culture of its people and in its past traditions. And I admit that America has too often been selective in its promotion of democracy. But that does not weaken our commitment; it only reinforces it. There are basic principles that are universal; there are certain truths which are self-evident — and the United States of America will never waver in our efforts to stand up for the right of people everywhere to determine their own destiny. (Applause.)

After WW2, the victors imposed democratic systems on the vanquished. We turned a monarch into a figurehead.  It worked to some degree. Was that a bad  thing to do?     Who prospered in liberty, East Germany under the regime imposed by Stalinists or West Germany with a system modeled on western democracy?

The people of Afghanistan have an Arabic culture and war cult imposed upon them by invading Arab Muslims centuries ago. Those Arab invaders sought to destroy the indigenous culture and replace it with their own. What would be the harm in undoing what they did?

You declared that people must have human dignity and rights, gender & racial equality and the right to choose their own religion.  Later you declared that each society must search for its own path based on their culture and traditions.  The two declarations are contradictory because the culture of Islam is inimical to racial & gender equality as well as to freedom of religion.  Whats more, you want them to have democracy, but Islam is inimical to democracy because only Allah has the right to rule. Allah’s decision must not be questioned.

Liberating the people of Afghanistan & Iraq from tyranny, preventing them from reverting to it, ensuring their rights & dignity and preventing them from engaging in and promoting terrorism requires emancipating them from Allah’s yoke of slavery.  They can not be Muslim and free. Their governments can not be Muslim and democratic. They can not be Muslim and peaceful.  While they are Muslim, we have lost the war, wasting our blood and treasure.

Sixty-five years ago, a weary Franklin Roosevelt spoke to the American people in his fourth and final inaugural address. After years of war, he sought to sum up the lessons that could be drawn from the terrible suffering, the enormous sacrifice that had taken place. “We have learned,” he said, “to be citizens of the world, members of the human community.”

The world is not a city. It has no sovereign governmental authority; it has no citizens. In another speech, you declared yourself a citizen of the world, very well, then, resign and get elected President of the world, the office you belong in.

The U.S.A. was founded to preserve the rights of minorities, each citizen being a minority of one. We are jealous of our rights, liberties & prosperity and unwilling to subject our selves to be outvoted by a greedy world envious of our prosperity.  We will not subject ourselves to their dictates.  We will retain the
sovereignty of this nation, our sovereignty; it is not yours to give away!

The United Nations was built by men and women like Roosevelt from every corner of the world — from Africa and Asia, from Europe to the Americas. These architects of international cooperation had an idealism that was anything but naïve — it was rooted in the hard-earned lessons of war; rooted in the wisdom that nations could advance their interests by acting together instead of splitting apart.

The tin horn dictators & empire building tyrants have no common interest with those they seek to conquer and enslave. They will rarely cooperate unless they perceive that it will advance their strategic objectives.

Now it falls to us — for this institution will be what we make of it. The United Nations does extraordinary good around the world — feeding the hungry, caring for the sick, mending places that have been broken. But it also struggles to enforce its will, and to live up to the ideals of its founding.

The institution was founded in the vain hope of maintaining peace. Where has it make peace? Where has it maintained peace? Where have its peace keepers kept peace?  When and where have they been dispatched in good time; in sufficient numbers, with sufficient equipment & resources and  practical missions & rules of engagement?  Never and no place because the institution operates by consensus and stake holders have veto power.

I believe that those imperfections are not a reason to walk away from this institution — they are a calling to redouble our efforts. The United Nations can either be a place where we bicker about outdated grievances, or forge common ground; a place where we focus on what drives us apart, or what brings us together; a place where we indulge tyranny, or a source of moral authority.

Did you listen to the other speakers at the opening of the present session? What did they do; did they nurture old and contrived grievances or forge common ground? Common ground is in cemeteries, not in the U.N.

The U.N.H.R.C. is a place where tyranny is indulged and rights eroded.  Considering the corruption of its peacekeeping forces and bureaucrats, the U.N. certainly is not a source of moral authority!

By advocating International Socialism you promote the erosion of our rights and destruction of our prosperity.  By false assertion of common ground with and mischaracteriztion of our enemy, you indulge tyranny & the terrorism it engages in.

In short, the United Nations can be an institution that is disconnected from what matters in the lives of our citizens, or it can be an indispensable factor in advancing the interests of the people we serve.

We do not want Washington dictating the details of our daily lives; what in Hell makes you think we want Geneva’s paws in our pockets??? We want government to protect us from predators, we do not want it acting as their agent!  We have enough government, we do not want another layer of it superimposed on us!

We have reached a pivotal moment. The United States stands ready to begin a new chapter of international cooperation — one that recognizes the rights and responsibilities of all nations. And so, with confidence in our cause, and with a commitment to our values, we call on all nations to join us in building the future that our people so richly deserve.

Translation: our treasury is your treasury, take whatever you want.

September 26, 2009 Posted by | Political Correctness, United Nations | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Obamination:Treachery at the U.N.; Global Malarkey

Quotes are taken from a transcript of President Obama’s remarks to the General Assembly, published by the New York Times. [Emphasis added.]

Third, we must recognize that in the 21st century, there will be no peace unless we take responsibility for the preservation of our planet. And I thank the Secretary General for hosting the subject of climate change yesterday.

Those words show us what resonates in the cavity between Obama’s ears. “My audience is composed of ignorant, stupid, gullible fools who will take any bait I present to them, hook, line and sinker.”   War is caused by narcissism:  the irrational assumption that one is uniquely predestined to rule or ruin.  War is caused by the lust for power. War is caused by greed; the urge to seize  wealth from producers rather than become producers.      War is of human origin, the evil which grows in the minds of prideful men. CO2 does not cause war, war criminals do.

The danger posed by climate change cannot be denied. Our responsibility to meet it must not be deferred. If we continue down our current course, every member of this Assembly will see irreversible changes within their borders. Our efforts to end conflicts will be eclipsed by wars over refugees and resources. Development will be devastated by drought and famine. Land that human beings have lived on for millennia will disappear. Future generations will look back and wonder why we refused to act; why we failed to pass on — why we failed to pass on an environment that was worthy of our inheritance.

With that paragraph, Obama paints the false atmosphere of crisis whose purpose is to suspend rational thought and stifle critical debate, greasing the skids for a power grab.

And that is why the days when America dragged its feet on this issue are over. We will move forward with investments to transform our energy economy, while providing incentives to make clean energy the profitable kind of energy. We will press ahead with deep cuts in emissions to reach the goals that we set for 2020, and eventually 2050. We will continue to promote renewable energy and efficiency, and share new technologies with countries around the world. And we will seize every opportunity for progress to address this threat in a cooperative effort with the entire world.

“Investments” ? No!  Unjust, usurpations designed to impose grinding poverty and concentrate power in Washington.  Investment  means allocating surplus funds  or deferred consumption to an enterprise which will hopefully yield gain, recognizing its potential for producing a loss instead.  If you mortgage your home and suffer deprivations to start a new business, that is investment. When the government doubles your energy bill artificially, that is usurpation, it is not investment.

Obama deals in fantasies, not facts. “Renewable energy”  is not a realistic alternative to fossil fuels. How many tons of coal are used to produce electricity each year?  How many tons of  whatever biomass fantasy will be required to replace that coal?  What factors of production will be needed to produce, process, transport and utilize it?  Is it possible to produce enough ‘alternative’ fuels? What are the opportunity costs involved?

How many million gallons of petroleum distillates are used to move people and goods on our highways each year?  How much vegetable oil will be needed to replace them? Where will you grow the corn and soy beans? What will be needed to harvest and process them,  transport & distribute the finished product?  Where will you get the hydrogen for your fantasy fuel cells? Where will you get the electricity to break up water to obtain the hydrogen?  Those details have not been worked out, and will not be.  The sales pitch is full of horse feathers and snake oil.

Efficiency, another buzz word. Lets reduce the abstraction slightly.  The President wants you to replace your existing appliances with new, more efficient  appliances which will supposedly use less power.  Have you examined the price tags of  the super efficient appliances?  Can you afford to buy them? Can you make the payments on your existing equipment, scrap it and make the payments on more expensive replacements?  Will the anticipated reduction in consumption make the payments?  If you use less electricity, you will wind up paying more for each KWH because the utilities have fixed costs to recoup plus the new carbon tax.  Your chances of remaining above water are slim indeed in the real world.    These are matters requiring cold, iterative calculation, not unreasoning emotion and urgency.

“Share new technologies”  translates to subsidize Africa & Asia with tax dollars from your pocket.  “Cooperative effort” translates to more tax dollars from your pocket.

And those wealthy nations that did so much damage to the environment in the 20th century must accept our obligation to lead. But responsibility does not end there. While we must acknowledge the need for differentiated responses, any effort to curb carbon emissions must include the fast-growing carbon emitters who can do more to reduce their air pollution without inhibiting growth. And any effort that fails to help the poorest nations both adapt to the problems that climate change have already wrought and help them travel a path of clean development simply will not work.

You see, its the white man’s burden.  You will be poorer, colder in winter, hotter in summer,  in the dark at night, and hobbled & impeded on the way to work.  Your standard of living is  about to decline substantially.

It’s hard to change something as fundamental as how we use energy. I know that. It’s even harder to do so in the midst of a global recession. Certainly, it will be tempting to sit back and wait for others to move first. But we cannot make this journey unless we all move forward together. As we head into Copenhagen, let us resolve to focus on what each of us can do for the sake of our common future.

Translation:  you are the golden goose, prepare to be sacrificed.

September 26, 2009 Posted by | Political Correctness, United Nations | , , , , | 4 Comments


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