Anti-American, pro-terrorist UN "human rights"...

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  1. rbell

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    U.N. human rights investigators called on the United States on Friday to disclose the full facts surrounding the killing of Osama bin Laden, in particular whether there had been any plan to capture him.

    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/05/06/uk-binladen-un-experts-idUKTRE7451OG20110506

    Let me help translate for those "investigators."

    Hey! You euro-weenie surrender monkeys that the US continually bails out: Yes, I'm talking to you!!!!

    Quit second-guessing us. We have more guts, and a better moral center, than you could ever aspire to have. Just be thankful that we feel sorry for weak, easily manipulated, terrorist sympathizers such as yourself.

    Because we HAVE people with a moral center, we make the world safe enough for you to wring your hands, wet your pants, and second-guess the only country nice enough to protect your sorry tails.

    Anyhow...get back to your pontifications. If I had my way...we wouldn't protect losers like you from the next wave of violence.

    Signed,

    An American that is tired of your garbage.
     
  2. carpro

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    The real problem is that Obama will probably give them whatever they want instead of telling them to take a flying leap.
     
  3. David Lamb

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    Of course you are perfectly entitled to your opinion of citizens of countries other than the United States, or about the UN, a grouping of 192 countries, including the United States. But as this isn't a board just for Americans, just try to imagine that you were non-American members reading comments like: "You euro-weenie surrender monkeys" (not even accurate, as a mere 20% of UN member states are in the continent of Europe). "We have more guts, and a better moral center, than you could ever aspire to have." "weak, easily manipulated, terrorist sympathizers such as yourself." "losers like you". "tired of your garbage."

    Then there's the boasting. Of course America is a great nation. That is self-evident. But to say things like: "Just be thankful that we feel sorry for (you)", "we HAVE people with a moral center", "the only country nice enough to protect your sorry tails", comes across to me, as it probably does to anyone not American, as arrogant boastfulness. You seem to be saying that everyone apart from Americans is immoral, weak, and unprotective of other countries. Try telling that sort of thing to the families of British servicemen killed in Iraq, Afghanistan, or where ever!

    Anyway, as I mentioned before, America is in the UN, so is part of the very thing you are writing against.

    Isn't this a Christian message board? Should we not all try, even when posting on forums like this one, to express our opinions in a way that shows we are mindful of our potential "audience"? That doesn't mean that our messages should be spineless and without conviction. But surely it should mean that we try to be respectful to each other.
     
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    Look at the makeup of the UN's so called "Human Rights" Commission. It's a total joke, dominated by some of the world's worst human rights abusers. We owe them absolutely nothing. We wouldn't even be a member of such a corrupt and partisan Commission if it were not for the idiocy and weakness of OBama.

    As for the UN , as a whole, nothing would make me happier than to have the US out of the UN and the UN out of the US.

    The UN is corrupt to it's very core and run by a bevy of petty tyrants and dictators who spend the bulk of their time and efforts trying to destroy one nation...Israel.
     
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    Has anyone heard whether the UN building was ever a target of radical Islam?

    I did a Google and couldn't find one site.

    Wonder why?

    HankD
     
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    I would have thought it was obvious from the link and the context...I'm not referring to all Europeans...rather, I'm referring to those who shriek for protection, but then second-guess when we offend their fragile sensitivities by actually protecting our citizenry and those abroad...

    Sorry I wasn't more clear. Of course, I don't know if I could ever be clear enough.
     
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    This, of course, coming from the guy who told me in another thread:

     
  8. Baptist Believer

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    I agree.

    Unfortunately there are too many people who have are blinded to the distinctions between the Kingdom of God (where we have our primary citizenship) and the kingdoms of this world (where we are to live faithfully and circumspectly).

    And then, for U.S. Americans, there is an unfortunate tendency to think we are the only ones in the world because we are relatively isolated from other countries due to geography and the huge parcel of land we occupy in North America (and a few other spots around the globe). We can travel for days in one direction and stay within the borders of the our nation.

    While I think that Americans sometimes unfairly get abused by citizens and politicians from other countries simply because of our unique position in the world, I'm afraid we bring a lot of this upon ourselves because the most vocal of our countrymen and women typify the "ugly American" stereotypes. However, fortunately, most of us are not that way.
     
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    >Has anyone heard whether the UN building was ever a target of radical Islam?

    There are probably a billion buildings that have never been a target of radical Islam. So what?
     
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    Wow. Is this going to be a regular occurence? Oh well...
     
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    Why would radical Islam target an entity that so strongly supports them?
     
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    Yes, and I imagine much of that was true for this country, back in the days of the British Empire, which at its height covered about a quarter of the world's land area, and the boast was that it was "an empire on which the sun never sets"!

    I must stress to all Americans that I did not mean to abuse any of them, nor do I have any "ugly American" idea in mind. I know only too well that every nation is composed of individuals, some of whom may have ugly traits. And as far as God is concerned, we all have that ugly trait - sin. How wonderful that when we know the Lord Jesus Christ as our Saviour, we are part of the "all one in Christ Jesus", whether we are French, Mexican, American, Japanese, British, or whatever!
     
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    Amen and amen!
     
  15. JohnDeereFan

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    I don't know. Are you going to regularly say things like: "JDF, thank you for de-legitimizing your position through such a childish outburst" and then commit a "childish outburst" like "Hey! You euro-weenie surrender monkeys that the US continually bails out: Yes, I'm talking to you!!!!

    Quit second-guessing us. We have more guts, and a better moral center, than you could ever aspire to have. Just be thankful that we feel sorry for weak, easily manipulated, terrorist sympathizers such as yourself.

    Because we HAVE people with a moral center, we make the world safe enough for you to wring your hands, wet your pants, and second-guess the only country nice enough to protect your sorry tails.

    Anyhow...get back to your pontifications. If I had my way...we wouldn't protect losers like you from the next wave of violence."

    I mean, do you really not see the hypocrisy in your actions of condemning me and then doing something far, far worse, yourself?
     

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