Pakistan, embarrassed and angry that it’s fairly obvious they were taking billions from the USA to help “find” Osama Bin Sleeping With The Fishes –while he was well-protected and living right near their own version of West Point — has been angrily bleating that the killing of Osama Bin Laden was “Cold-Blooded” murder. Grunting noises are coming from other dubious quarters as well. Enter, the UN.
(Reuters) – The United Nations’ top human rights official called on the United States Tuesday to give the U.N. details about Osama bin Laden’s killing and said that all counter-terrorism operations must respect international law.
Wow. The UN. The epitome of even-handedness and objectivity, not to mention Slight Of hand.
Now, the UN knows Cold-Blooded vs. Respect for International Law when they see it, right? Otherwise such an ethical body of integrity as the UN wouldn’t imagine it should assess the elimination of the cockroach, Osama bin Laden.
So, reflecting upon the UN’s obviously objective and respected assessment ability, let’s take a look at a short list of some other happenings that the UN didn’t assess or regard as Cold-Blooded–with or without “International Law”. Then the US can decide whether their answer to this “request” should include a thumb at the end of our noses.
We have put up with the obviously slanted shenanigans and double-standard of this body we continue to fund for so long, we should be bordering on hysterical laughter when they address us as if we are sitting in the Principal’s office. I suggest that the USA respond to this request by telling them that we will answer them once they have declared whether or not the following incidents were “Cold-Blooded” and in keeping with respect for “International Law” or not:
911. Obviously flying planes into the twin towers, killing every man, woman and child on the planes and forcing thousands of innocent people to choose between jumping to their death or dying in an inferno was not Cold-Blooded at all—-or the honest, fair and objective UN would have said so.
Then there was the beheading of Daniel Pearl, who was guilty of being a journalist and…gasp…a Jew. On video.
This was obviously not Cold-Blooded at all, or the UN would have said so. Right? No Human Rights problem here! He was just a Jew!
The Fort Hood massacre at the hands of a swine.
Not Cold-Blooded at all! And the Cockroach Anwar al Awlaki, who schooled Hassan along with the Times Square and Christmas Bombers, why he’s not Cold-Blooded at all, either!
I mean if this event were Cold-Blooded, the honest, credible, admirable UN would have said so. It was nice of them to weigh-in instead on Arizona’s immigration law, don’t you think?
She was one of the innocent Iranians their goatf*cking government mowed down for rebelling against their oppressive and murderous regime of batshit religious zealotry.
Neda’s family was denied the ability to hold a memorial service.
Why, that wasn’t Cold-Blooded at all, or else the UN might have said it was–and would have stopped it. Right? **Crickets**. Instead, the UN put Iran on their Woman’s Rights Commission as Iran’s punishment. They’re good that way!
Obviously the UN is a fair, objective and admirable body which is now dominated by nothing but beyond-reproach countries — and we should pay full attention to everything they say and continue to fund the majority of their
bullcrap highly credible existence, so we may learn from them and know what isn’t Cold-Blooded, such as: setting school rooms on fire and listening to the screams, or pumping poison gas into school rooms with young girls inside; burying women up to their necks and stoning them to death for getting raped, shooting women in the head and declaring them prostitutes, hopelessly maiming women in horrific fashion (Warning!) when killing is just too easy, performing clitorectomies on young girls, marrying 9 year-olds, throwing battery acid in school girls’ faces, Honor Killings for kicks, using women and children as human shields and human bombs and other assorted not-so-Cold-Blooded things that indicate that the UN is dominated by representatives of countries we should want follow and eagerly emulate.
If you want to follow the UN’s leadership style and think they are a bastion of Human Rights, good judgment and fairness to the USA, please raise your hand.
Okay then. If the UN isn’t your cup of tea, we have other shining examples of integrity and leadership for you to follow:
So guess who else weighed in on the elimination of The Cockroach?
Fidel. The guy who was such a loving, honest and fair leader that hundreds of thousands of his subjects wanted to flee his beloved arms. In fact, they loved Fidel Castro so much they were willing to float across the sea on anything that might or might not sink, without food or water, and drag themselves onto backyard beaches in Florida just to set foot on American soil and be free of him. That Fidel Castro. Fidel didn’t like the way the USA killed The Cockroach. He also says he despises terrorism. Coulda fooled me!
So guess who else weighed in besides?
Why, Hamas, of course! Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, whose sweet innocent perpetuators of peace and love AKA “Jubilant Palestinians,” literally danced in the street and handed out candy (a Must-See video!) on September 11, 2001, took time out from supervising the lobbing of bombs at those damned- Jews- who- must- be- Exterminated to criticize the USA for killing a Cockroach.
Poor, poor Osama. He had the love of so many wonderful leaders we all admire–especially among Pakistan leaders such as the ousted Musharraf, who kept taking our money to help “find” him and who just, well golly gee, didn’t know he was there right next to their version of West Point. Now that Osama was killed in “Cold Blood,” I guess we won’t have to send them any more billions to help us “find” him any longer. I’m sure that doesn’t bother them at all. Let’s just say they for sure have their “violated sovereignty” back now so the Taliban can continue to own them. It couldn’t happen to a nicer more “honest” government.
As for the UN, our answer is really very simple. We don’t have to ask them permission to defend ourselves or avenge horrendous acts of Jihad. We should be insulted that they even expect an answer from us after what that dead pig has brought upon us. With our response in hand, this will give the UN plenty of time to clean up their OWN Human Rights acts before focusing on the United States. And maybe next time Barack Obama arranges for them to stick their noses in State business, he will think twice now that he is being badgered by them.