Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Racism in America? The Tower of Babel to the Rescue!

United Nations Will Investigate America for Racism

"So help me God, it gets more and more preposterous..."

-- John Cheever

Cross posted from the NY Sun

By BENNY AVNI, Staff Reporter of the Sun
May 17, 2008

UNITED NATIONS - As an African American politician is set to assume for the first time in the country’s history the leadership of a major political party, a Geneva-based United Nations human rights investigator plans to come here next week to investigate whether racism plays a role in the presidential campaign, according to a statement released yesterday.

The special rapporteur on “contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia, and related intolerance,” Doudou Diène of Senegal, will arrive in America Monday for a two-week tour that will take him to Washington, New York, Chicago, Omaha, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Miami, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, according to the statement.

Mr. Diene “is scheduled to hold meetings with representatives of the government, both at national and local levels, and with members of the legislative and judiciary branches,” the statement said. He will also hobnob with “non-governmental organizations, community members, representatives of political parties, academics, and other organizations and individuals working in the field of racism and discrimination.”

America has accepted Mr. Diene’s request for an investigation. “As an open society, we will not shy away from investigation of our practice,” a spokesman for the American mission to the United Nations, Benjamin Chang, said. “We need to lead by example” in the field of openness to outside investigation, he added.

Last March a special Human Rights Council panel demanded an end to “racial profiling” of Americans of Arab, Muslim, and South Asian descent and to ensure “immigrants and non-nationals are not mistreated,” Reuters reported. It also criticized the use of the death penalty, which it said may be racially-based.

Rapporteurs are independent experts, and they report to the Human Rights Council – a U.N. organ that since its creation two years ago has been heavily criticized in America for concentrating most of its work on Israel. Last week the council failed to convene a meeting to address the growing human devastation in Burma. America has declined to run for a seat on the 47-member council, but it is the largest contributor to its budget. The General Assembly is expected to hold an election for new membership on the Human Rights Council next week.

A note from Radarsite: Could this poor world of ours be any more topsy-turvy than it already is?

The United Nations, this once-relevant world body, this much heralded promise for the future of mankind has slowly but surely become little more than a pitiful spectacle of corruption and compromise. A monumentally ponderous and inept Tower of Babel filled with incompetents and villians, falling over one another to promote the evil machinations of petty tyrants and Islamist thugs.

And now, my friends, in this latest episode of this ongoing farce, we are obliged to suffer the national indignity of an arbitrary investigation into our American systems of social justice. We are going to be evaluated by special rapporteur Doudou Dieneto. He will be touring the US to see if we measure up to those universal standards of human rights -- as exemplified by his native country of Senegal.

So, torn between laughter and tears, let's take a quick look at this symbol of national integrity called Senegal.

Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 2003
Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
February 25, 2004


Government forces were responsible for several deaths during the year, and several disappearances from previous years remained unsolved. At times, police tortured and beat suspects during questioning and arbitrarily arrested and detained persons. Prison conditions were poor. Impunity remained a problem.
Lengthy pretrial detention largely due to an overburdened judiciary is a problem. Human rights advocates and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)continued to report a decrease in arbitrary arrests and random violence in connection with the Casamance insurgency. The Government, at times, limited the freedoms of speech and association. Domestic violence and discrimination against women, female genital mutilation (FGM), child labor and trafficking in persons remained problems.
There were reports that rebel MFDC forces committed killings, torture, and rape.


Intimidation/ fear of enforced disappearance: Yahya Danfa
Senegal/Gambia: Intimidation/ fear of enforced disappearance: Yahya Danfa


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  1. It's obscene to have the UN investigate the "racism" in the US and not address the sexism in the Arab world.

    Or the conditions that brought to us the horrors of Darfur, Congo, Burma, Bosnia, or any other of the hate filled places of this world.

    The time has come to remove ourselves and our money from the Tower of Babel.

  2. By God, findalis, we are in complete agreement on this matter!

    At least the schmuck has a most appropriate name. His program: acquitting the guilty and convicting the innocent. Ain't there something about that in the Bible?

    Islamophobia, that's the ticket! Fear & loathing of Moe's murder cult is merited, there is nothing irrational about it.

    The Quit the U.N. petition now has 43 signatures; it deserves many more. Sign and urge your friends to follow suit. http://www.petitiononline.com/QuitUN/petition.html


    A special U.N. Human Rights investigator has been invited to come to the United States to probe racism and Islamophobia in America. During his three week visit, which started on May 19th, Mr. Doudou Diene, a Senegalese lawyer, will be visiting eight cities and will meet with various federal, state and local government officials, lawmakers and members of the judiciary. According to the United Nations, the purpose of his visit is to gather information on issues related to racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and other related intolerance in America.

    Mr. Diene is from Senegal, a country with a 95% Muslim majority that is also a member of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), which makes up the largest single voting bloc in the United Nations. The 57 Islamic countries in this (OIC) bloc have a record of consistently voting against Western-style democracies and routinely condemning Israel. Mr. Diene has a personal history of focusing his human rights investigations mostly on Western-style democratic societies, issuing biased reports on alleged institutionalized racism and ‘Islamophobia’ in democratic countries such as Japan, Canada, Denmark, and Switzerland while ignoring real human-rights violations in the non-democratic Muslim countries of Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

    It should also be pointed out that the United Nation’s Human Rights Council includes some of the world’s worst human-rights violators, including China, Russia, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt. This same UN Human Rights Council has previously urged the United States to halt the post 9-11 racial profiling of Americans of Arab, Muslim and South Asian descent. At the same time, the United Nation’s Human Rights Council has ignored the fact that United Nations’ own peacekeepers in Africa are currently raping women in the Congo and have turned a blind eye to the man-made starvation of millions in southern Africa. In the arena of human rights, the United Nations is not only morally bankrupt, but it is rapidly becoming an irrelevant institution.

    Doudou Diene has a clear record against freedom of speech and free expression when it comes to Islam. Mr. Diene had criticized Danish newspapers when they published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, accusing them of placing their country’s right of free speech above fighting religious intolerance and incitement to religions hatred against Muslims. It would appear that Mr. Diene would not be a supporter of the First Amendment of the US Constitution either.

    As we all know, copies of the Quran are available in almost any bookstore in America and the book is studied in countless American universities, while Christians and other non-Muslims in Saudi Arabia are not even allowed to possess a copy of their holy books. The Saudi government routinely desecrates and burns Bibles that its security forces confiscate at immigration points coming into the country or during raids on Christian expatriates worshiping privately. Just days before Crown Prince Abdullah recently met with President Bush, two Christian gatherings in Saudi Arabia were raided in Riyadh where Bibles and crosses were confiscated to be eventually incinerated. Why hasn’t the United Nations’ Human Rights Council sent Mr. Diene to investigate Saudi Arabia’s overt religious intolerance and persecution of non-Muslims? Why hasn’t the United Nations sent Mr. Diene to investigate the anti-Christian persecution and murders in Albania and Kosovo committed by the Muslim governments? It’s because a very clear double standard now exists at the United Nations.

    American taxpayers contribute approximately $5 Billion a year to the operations of the United Nations, which devotes much of its double-standard energy to shielding dictatorial regimes, attempting to usurp individual nations’ sovereignty and promoting a future new world order in which UN bureaucrats will be in charge. Worst of all, the United Nations serves as an on-going forum for rampant anti-American and anti-democratic diatribes.

    The United Nations has been granted no authority over the American people or our government because the UN does not derive its powers from the consent of the American people. Americans need to stop thinking that the United Nations has some legitimate, legal authority over our country. It does not! Americans have a choice. We can follow the U.S. Constitution and protect our freedoms, liberties and sovereignty, or we can continue to contribute billions of dollars to a bottomless pit and submit to the unconstitutional interference by the United Nations in our country’s internal affairs.

    In this particular investigation into racism and ‘Islamophobia’ in the USA, Mr. Diene is interfering in our country’s internal affairs and he is hardly an objective reporter or an impartial judge of racial conditions, xenophobia and other related intolerance in America. Indeed, Mr. Diene will find a great deal more racial, religious and ethnic intolerance and persecution in his own backyard in Africa and the Middle East.

    Perhaps, the time has finally come for Americans to rethink the value of our membership and participation in the United Nations.

    The evidence is clear. Not only should we get out of the United Nations, but maybe it is also time for the United Nations to get out of the United States as well.

    I support the “American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2007” (HR-1146), introduced by Rep. Ron Paul, to end the membership of the United States in the United Nations.

    By: John Wallace
    Candidate for Congress
    NY’s 20th Congressional District

  4. Thanks Findalis and Ben.
    And Thanks Mr. Wallace for your fascinating and informative comments.
    It seems we certainly are on the same page. I knew nothing of our visitor's background and sincerely appreciate your research. Welcome to Radarsite, and please come back again soon.

  5. Not only should the US not cooperate with this, we should not even give this nosepicker a visa.

    Where is that get out the UN petition? I'll sign-if I haven't already.

  6. Gary, it is at petition on line
    I don't see your name in the list. My blog post about it was titled Quit the UN!

  7. Thank you, findalis. You can help spread the word by pasting the petition into an email and sending it to your contacts, asking them to forward it.

  8. Will do. Am writing a piece to cross post at Reject the UN. I will put it there.

  9. Racism in America, evidence of manmade global climate change, the death of Wal-Mart - these are the Holy Grails the Lefties seek ... at tax-payer expense. It might be worth it. At least it keeps them busy. Wild goose chases have their place!



  10. Perhaps the UN Needs to First take along and in Depth full examination of ITSELF in order to Justify its Existance and continuous Financial Drain on Nations since it:
    Fails at providing Nuke Verifications in Rogue Countries Time and again..
    It is Unable or Unwilling to enforce its own Sanctions Vis a Vi ITAQ and IRTAN...
    Cannot even supply Medical, Shelter and Food to Natural Disasters without having the USA Bail them out with our Military..
    and has proven itself to be a true Practitioner of Major League Corruption..
    But I am sure that Obama will Gladly Drop his Skivvies in order to be "loved" by the UN in their Quest for ONE World Govermnet.... and LOONS aplaude!

  11. How well orchestrated, don't you think? Only when the US has an election with a 'socialist' of mixed race with 'Contempt for the USA' as a brand-name, in the running does the UN create an "Eyes of the World Are Watching" campaign to propagandize its inherent group resentment and jealosy. It seems their multiracial employee regiments get back and forth to work OK in that 'High Noon Hell' of New York.

  12. To Quote a sage.." I Smell a DEAD RAT " I But I bet that the Looniepress and PMSNBC and others will call it just a mere Coincidental act... RIGHT!

  13. Good find.

    I'm not a tremendous supporter of Obama. However, the fact that he is a candidate for the presidency makes me extremely proud to be an american. When I travel abroad, no one can criticize the US for being racist, as in any other country, no such candidacy would be possible. Traveling around the world, I (who am not white) have experienced MUCH more racism than I have ever encountered in the US. And to see the UN do this is gross.

  14. Could this poor world of ours be any more topsy-turvy than it already is? ..in a word my friend..yes!..great work..miss u at WHT!

  15. "When I travel abroad, no one can criticize the US for being racist..."
    Once again Johnson, I can only partially agree with you.
    We do not elect a president of the United States to send a message, or to make a point, or to prove to the world that we are not racists. We elect a president to preside. To steer this great vulnerable country through these troubled waters.
    I wrote an entire article on this subject "Elect Obama, Destroy America". Although it doesn't sound as though you would be among them, I fear there are many people here in the US who will proudly cast their vote for this most dangerous of candidates solely for the purpose of proving that they -- and we -- are not racists.
    Secretary Rice and General Colin Powell should have already proven that point.

  16. Great answr Roger .. as Usual you getb to the point and leve no innuendos about what we , the American people, really are al about.. RIGHT ON BRO!

  17. Fair point.

    I am not saying that we should elect Obama to prove to the world that we aren't racist. I'm merely saying that the fact that he is the nominee alone is proof that we aren't racist. We don't need to elect him for that.

    However, with Rice and Powell, I fear that their association with the Bush administration prevents them from being proof of the US's innate goodness. If only Bush listened to Powell on Iraq...

  18. The Fact that wehave such Notable Imbeciles like Maxine Waters and some friends still alive and Not Mentally well in Congress is definite proof that we are an Equal opportunity form of Government, not only are African American in Congress but so are Mentally Handicapped people..That is my observation and the UN will surely miss this point!! hahahahah