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Actor George Clooney has been made a United Nations “messenger of peace” to promote the organization’s peacekeeping activities around the world.

‘Cause as we all know Loony Clooney is such a “peaceful” guy towards his fellow man.

Except when he’s not:

“I believe he thinks this [war against Iraq is a war that can be won, but there is no such thing anymore. We can’t beat anyone anymore.”

“When the big one hit, we found we didn’t have a leader at all. What did Bush do on 9/11? He ran away and hid. Even Reagan knew more about leadership than that, and he was as bad a symbol of America as I can think of, off-hand.”

“I want to thank Jack Abramoff, you know, just because…I’m the first one out — let’s get this thing rolling. I don’t know why. Who would name their kid Jack with the last words ‘off’ at the end of your last name? No wonder that guy is screwed up. Ahh-alright I just got bleeped. Thank you very much…”

Yep, classy, and peaceful guy that Clooney. He’ll fit right in at the “classy” U.N.

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Amnesty International has called for the creation of an international monitoring body to address human rights violations by Israel and the Palestinians.

The “human rights” group says the body must have a mandate to investigate and prosecute offenders.

Strange… isn’t that a duty of the U.N.’s human rights commission? And what of that thing they call the International Criminal Court whose mandate is based on a treaty signed by 104 nations?

I’ve maintained the U.N. is as useless as tits on a boar hog for the longest time, and the AI isn’t much better, but it would appear AI and I agree on at least one point:

The United Nations is in fact useless and they admit as much by calling for yet another international monitoring body.

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Operative word is “your” U.N. not mine.

Recall for a moment former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri was killed two years ago by a suicide bomber. Many fingers were pointed in the direction of Syria as being behind the plot.

Recall also the United Nations (“your” U.N. not mine) has been conducting an investigation into the murder since shortly after the event.

At this point in the 2 YEAR investigation it’s safe to say the U.N. is far from being rated with any of the fictional characters on CSI. Although Al Gore (a/k/a The Goreacle) might appreciate their findings.

After 2 YEARS the U.N. has made the “startling” discovery the sucide bomber “grew up in a polluted city.”

The Goreacle must be so proud! (h/t Chad)

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Whats NOT News Today?

Answer; Children have been subjected to rape and prostitution by United Nations “peacekeepers” in Haiti and Liberia, a BBC investigation has found.

Girls have told of regular encounters with soldiers where sex is demanded in return for food or money. A senior official with the organization has accepted the claims are credible.

Too bad Kofi can’t be named as an unindicted co-conspirator.


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The United Nations has renewed its mandate of the multinational force in Iraq until the end of 2007. The 15-member United Nations Security Council unanimously voted to approve a request by Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

al-Maliki made the request saying the troops were needed for a further year while it built up its own security forces.

Hear that noise? It’s the muffled popping of the cut & runners like Pelosi, Kerry and Murtha as their heads explode.


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Most if not all the [Dim]ocrats cite the cost of the Iraq war as a reason to get out. First is their belief the price of a single human life on what they believe is an “unwinnable” war is too high a price to pay.

To a point I would agree, every human life lost is precious and shouldn’t be squandered. However when weighed against the cost of appeasement and allowing the jihadist-cut-throats free reign to establish a caliphate from East Asia to Spain the cost is acceptable.

Even when it comes at the cost of the 300 billion or so spent thus far in Iraq. That’s the other sticking point for the [Dim]ocrats. The monetary cost. It drives them crazy to see money spent fighting a war rather than taking another stab at Shillary Care or some other soak the rich redistribution of wealth that’s alleged to help the poor.

I also suspect they are all about to wet the collective panties over the prospect of the American taxpayer being raped of an additional $845 billion. In fact urinating on themselves probably doesn’t fully describe their joy. Masturbation in the form of a large [Dim]ocratic circle-jerk would be more to the point because they would not have to take “credit” for the thievery, they can blame the United Nations.

Without any notice or critical comment from the mainstream media, two groups funded by billionaires have launched clever public relations campaigns designed to shake down American taxpayers for more money for the U.N. It’s all in the name of fighting poverty and disease, of course.

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First, something called the “Millennium Campaign” has been urging achievement of the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, admitting that “the MDGs will require more resources from the U.S. and other rich nations.” How much? U.N. adviser Jeffrey Sachs has said a global energy tax will be necessary to force the U.S. to provide an additional $845 billion in foreign aid.

The U.S. contact for the campaign is Carol Welch, an adviser to Americans for Informed Democracy (AID), a group supported by a large number of liberal foundations, including the Open Society Institute, the Ford Foundation, the Hewlett Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the Planethood Foundation, the Ploughshares Fund, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Stanley Foundation, and Ted Turner’s United Nations Foundation.

Open Society Institute is the “baby” of George Soros where he funnels billlions of dollars to foist his socialistic tripe on the Western World and the U.S. in particular. It’s also an arm of MoveOn.org the darling of [Rep]rehensible John Murtha, John “Botched Joke” Kerry and many others that are so far left they see “the right” just around the corner.

With the [Dim]ocrats and their “right hand men and woman” in the MSM all pissing and moaning about Iraqs $300 billion you have to ask yourself why the U.N.’s attempt at a pillage of nearly three times that amount in taxpayer money has received so little coverage.

I guess the answer is obvious. It’s not the amount spent but where it’s spent. As long as it’s for the redistribution of wealth it’s a non-story.


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The world is aghast!

The question is why? Wasn’t it inevitable, just as it is for Iran to develop and eventually test one? I mean really. With the U.N. and IAEA involved what other outcome should be expected? No one, save for Israel in the case of Iran, is willing to go into either country and take away what the world community wants off the shelf.

And when in comes down to it, N. Korea’s little pop-gun sized nuc (550 tons at current estimates) isn’t much of a threat. Well, maybe to themselves when you consider the missile technology they would have to use. They can’t get a 6,000 mile missile to fly further than a couple hundred miles.

This all presumes the test went off without a hitch. Some believe this test, like the No Dong <del <missile bottle rocket test, was a dud of epic proportions.

My bottomline is this, whatdaya gonna do? Really. As crazy as they both seem, neither Amademajihadist nor Little Kim are suicidal. They both have enough on the ball to realize any attempt to use a nuc in anger would result in two brand new parking lots, one paved with congealed sand other with baked Kimche.

In the overall scheme of things not a bad thing. Especially if both parking lots were part of a preemptive strike. But that will never happen.

And BTW, there is a significance to NKor testing today. It’s the anniversary of Kim Jong-il’s assumption of power.

Happy anniversary Little Kim!


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