The United Nations is a worthless cabal comprised of acrimonious anti-Jewish despots and neo-Leninist bigots pretending to work for the summum bonum of the world.

A classic example of the United Nation’s heretical duplicity, which can be gratuitously defined as “excessive stupidity and specious reasoning,” is yet another of its dictates to the United States.

The United Nations, an organization whose member countries include those who murder homosexuals, behead women and Christians, mutilate women by throwing acid in their faces, and who have centuries-long traditions of the most reprobate mistreatment of their people, decided “the U.S. owes black people reparations for a history of racial terrorism.” (Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post, Sept. 27, 2016)

Tharoor reported that the United Nations determined: “The history of slavery in the United States justifies reparations for African-Americans,” as argued in a recent report by a U.N.-affiliated group based in Geneva.

Tharoor also reported: “This conclusion was part of a study by the Untied Nations’ Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, a body that reports to the international organization’s High Commissioner on Human Rights. The group of experts, which includes leading human rights lawyers from around the world, presented its findings to the United Nations Human Rights Council … pointing to the continuing link between present injustices and the dark chapters of American history.” (See: “Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent; Untied Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner”)

Setting aside for the moment that the very idea of “human rights” as it pertains to the United Nations is an oxymoron – the United Nations includes the most prolific abusers of human rights in modern history – I’m outraged by the jeremiad of confection that serves to portray America as the progenitor of slavery.

America had the good sense and decency to abolish slavery, and conservatively speaking, a minimum of 700,000 died in bringing the end of same to fruition. America also codified steps to ensure slavery would never be practiced within our domiciles again.

The U.N. continues its selective feigned moral outrage, in an attempt to impugn the character of the United States while overlooking that America abolished slavery 152-years ago. Specific to that fact, it ignores the fact that slavery is flourishing in the world today and specifically in the very countries fomenting complaint against America. Following are two unsolicited first-person witness accounts of slavery today. They are both shared unedited exactly as received.

The first is from Van and reads: “Mychal, in 1973 I was walking down the Quay on the Dira Creek in Dubai. I was with my translator. I was a young guy and was fascinated by Arabs and their culture. My translator spoke eight languages, and he was perfect for me, as I was trying to learn to speak Arabic. We were near the Dows (old Arab boats powered by sail and diesel engines). I could hear many different languages, and I was always asking him what it was. He would tell me it was this or that. We came abreast of one Dow and there was chattering of a very strange language, and I asked him what it was. He said it was Swahili. So I got closer to the Dow and looked aboard, and there were at least 40 chained up black Africans. I asked him what this was all about, and he said the Dow was going to Iran and they were slavers. Now understand this is 1973 not 1873. The Arabs and Persians have been the biggest slave traders on earth. Africans sold Africans to other Africans, and their best customers, hold on – hold on, that’s right, Arabs.”

A gentleman named Nar Sorinio also wrote an unsolicited firsthand account in response to my recent YouTube video titled, “I’m Sick of Complaints About Slavery.” Mr. Sorinio wrote: “Very true. I have seen it [slavery] on my eyes 1979 Fahaheel, Kuwait the Arab man whipping the Sudanese with camel whip. And you can see same overseas foreign blog bad treatment of their helpers, and their government cannot stop them because they are paid servant and consider as slaves.”

Obviously, the U.N. High Commissioners who focus on human rights see nothing wrong with the modern-day slave trade in Muslim countries. They care only about bastardizing America even though America long ago abolished what many countries in the U.N. support, including human trafficking for sexual exploitation, which is the worst kind of slavery.

Which brings me to a point I made in my syndicated column titled: “Slavery: A Crutch For Blacks,” published in January 2007. I wrote: “I further suggest that those eager for an apology (about slavery) send a letter of request for same to their nearest mosque or imam – and not just for 9/11 – because no group has played a more prominent role in the African slave trade than Muslims.” I stand by that conviction without apology today.

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