The United Nations Just Demanded That U.S. Pay Black People Slavery Reparations
One would imagine that out of the 193-member countries currently in the UN, that the fascination by affiliated group of singling out almost at noisome the United States and to a greater degree Israel, would have run it course by now.
Obviously it hasn’t, as yet another group in Geneva is once again advocating reparations to African-Americans for something that took place well over 150-years ago.
The group compromised of human rights lawyers from around the world linked the historical injustice of slavery to today’s contemporary issues involving African-American’s, regardless of the fact that there are more African-American elected officials, legislators, a Supreme Court justice, not to mention the president of the United States.
However that didn’t stop The United Nations Human Rights Council on Monday to issue this statement:
“In particular, the legacy of colonial history, enslavement, racial subordination and segregation, racial terrorism and racial inequality in the United States remains a serious challenge, as there has been no real commitment to reparations and to truth and reconciliation for people of African descent.”
However what is of particular interest is that member nations like “North Korea, Cuba, China, Iran, Iraq, Libya, is somehow overlooked by these same “humanitarians.”
Moreover the smug remark by one Ricardo A. Sunga about “OUR NATIONAL ELECTION” pretty much says it all; stating; “hate speech … xenophobia (and) Afrophobia” an apparent reference to one of our candidates, gives us an idea where this clown is coming from.
Oh, in case you missed the first presidential debate Donald Trump reminded America that the United States pays the vast majority of the U.N. budget.
So we are basically funding an international body who is now telling us to grant Black Lives Matter one of their demands. Just great.
Do you think the U.N. has no business getting involved in the politics and race relations of the United States?
Let us know what you think in the comments below.