Donald Trump is on the warpath again, but this time it's not Muslim immigrants or the Mexican border that he's attacking. Trump is taking aim at the largest conglomeration of global powers in the history of the world--the United Nations.

In essence, Trump compared the U.N. to a bunch of politicians who sit around arguing and sending out letters without doing anything. His exact words against the U.N., however, are much harsher.

"The United Nations is not a friend of democracy. It’s not a friend to freedom," Trump pronounced.

His words came as he was a keynote speaker at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference that recently took place in Washington, D.C. Though the focus of the conference was on the divide between Palestine and Israel, Trump took the opportunity to blast the U.N. for doing nothing for so long.

"[The U.N. is] not a friend even to the United States of America, where as all know, it has its home. And it surely isn’t a friend to Israel."

Trump went even further and said that a U.N. peace deal between Israel and Palestine should be ignored because the people in charge of the U.N. have little idea about the lack of real power that their words and pronouncements hold.

For example, the U.N. recently responded to North Korea's nuclear threats with a letter scolding the North Koreans for being so aggressive and vowing to do something. Really? A letter?

Trump was right when he said that any peacekeeping deal brokered by the U.N. will only "de-legitimatize Israel and it would reward Palestinian terrorism."

Thank you, Trump, for standing up to the United Nations. It's the first time in a long time that someone has called out the global force for not doing anything and it needs to happen a lot more frequently.

h/t: Conservative Tribune

 

 

 

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