Thursday, April 23, 2009

Trust me...this is not a parody site...

I've been missing out. I never looked at the United Nations website before. It's hilarious. You can't swing a dead cat without hitting an article in their News Centre that isn't loaded down with good old fashioned horse manure. Check out this quote.
Combating climate change represents perhaps the biggest stimulus package of the first decade of the 21st century – one that can assist in delivering a resource-efficient, innovation-savvy, employment-generating global Green Economy,” said Achim Steiner, UNEP Executive Director.
What's left out of the equation is all the industries and businesses (trickle economics at work) that get zapped like bugs at a picnic to make room for heavily subsidized half-assed replacements.

Tired of the whole "we are going to burn up in the Global Warming storm" mentality. Well, mosey over to the Human Rights side of the site...

In a related development, the High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay, in her capacity as Secretary-General of the conference, took steps to banish three NGOs as a result of unacceptable behaviour inside UN premises “in clear violation of the rules laid down regarding the conduct of NGOs during the conference,” according to a press release.

The ousted Union des Etudiants Juifs de France (UEJF) participants were “extremely prominent” during disruptions that took place on the opening day of the Conference.

“There has, in the view of the organizers of the Conference, been a clearly orchestrated effort by members of this NGO, possibly in league with others, to disrupt the conference,” the release sad.

Two delegates from the Neda Institute for Political and Scientific Research were intercepted with inciting materials, possibly in coordination with other organizations, and the distribution of any materials, especially offensive ones, outside designated areas is clearly prohibited.

The third group to be kicked out of the conference was COEXIST for similar behaviour as UEJF, during several of the same incidents.

On the Conference’s opening day, delegates of several nations walked out of the room during Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s address, which Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said were intended to “accuse, divide and even incite” and are a roadblock to tackling the scourge of racism.
You have to love the effectiveness of the biggest criminal and anti-Semitic enterprise on the face of the planet kicking out participants from their anti-racism conference in Geneva for being...racist...intollerant...assholes.

Hey...Look!!! Here's a wonderful collection of photographs of women voting in Iraq...and the United Nations taking credit for it occurring.