March 29, 2015
The Jewnited States was the only country to vote against resolutions criticizing Israel for their human rights violations against Palestinians and Syrians.
They actually had the nerve to claim that the council was biased even though they were the only country that sided with Israel on these matters. In reality, it is the other way around. Jewmerica is biased in favor of Israel because even when the Jews kill thousands of women and children for no specific reason, we hear nothing from anyone in a position of power. Jewmerica is proving itself to be a bigger and bigger joke the longer they maintain this sort of position towards Jewish war crimes.
Read this insane propaganda piece getting into this story from the Jew press.
The US sharply criticized the United Nations Human Rights Council on Friday for its biased treatment of Israel.
It was the only country to stand with Israel and to vote against four resolutions that dealt with the Palestinian territories and the Golan Heights.
“We are disappointed that this council continually singles out Israel for criticism without acknowledging the violent attacks directed at its people, nor the obligations and difficult steps required of both sides. In short such singling out undermines the credibility of the council,” said US Ambassador to the UNHRC Keith Harper.
It is the second time this week he has spoken out in support of Israel at the UNHRC.
On Friday, Harper said he was particularly troubled by the UNHRC resolution, which called on Israel to return the Golan Heights to Syria in spite of the continued civil war in that country.
“Especially disturbing is this council’s complacency with the repeated introduction of a resolution focusing on the Golan Heights. To consider such a resolution while the Syrian regime continues to slaughter its own citizens by the tens of thousands exemplifies the sheer absurdity of this agenda item,” said Harper.
The resolution slammed Israel for its treatment of Syrians on the Golan Heights and was supported by 29 of the UNHRC’s 47-member body, with 17 abstentions. The US was the only country to vote against the resolution.