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Friday, June 25, 2010

Miguel d'Escoto becomes advisor to the UN 'Human Rights Council,' attacks US and Israel

Former Sandinista rebel Miguel d'Escoto is already abusing his new mandate as 'advisor' to the UN Human Rights Council to attack the United States and Israel.
As the Geneva-based non-governmental organization UN Watch warned last week, controversial ex-Sandinista Miguel d'Escoto is already abusing his new mandate as advisor to the UN Human Rights Council to promote divisive politics, pledging today on Colombian TV to use his UN podium specifically to target the U.S., which he compared to a "monster," and Israel.

"A man who has eagerly sided with international criminals such as Iran’s Ahmadinejad and Sudan’s Al-Bashir has no credibility on human rights, and embodies precisely the inverted morality and debased political culture that currently reigns at the UN Human Rights Council, which just this week added Col. Qaddafi's Libya as a member," said UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer.

"We continue to urge the U.S. government to make clear its objection to d'Escoto's appointment, especially after today's outburst, in which he openly confired his intention to breach UN principles of objectivity and non-selectivity," said Neuer.

Spanish news agency EFE reported today that d'Escoto told Colombian's Channel 12 TV that he will prioritize denouncing the U.S. - Colombian military base agreement before the council.
Obama has had a lot of positive effects by joining the 'Human Rights Council,' hasn't he?

What could go wrong?


At 2:06 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

The muslification of our beautiful language! God help us!


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