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UN Declares Canada a 'Human Rights Violator' Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Jun 18, 2012, 10:36 PM
President Barack Obama has just declared a diplomatic war on Canada. He’s a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council and member countries of Syria, Iran, North Korea, Zimbabwe, Cuba and Argentina joined him. They have officially announced Canada is on a “watch list” of egregious human rights violators.

Al Jazeera reports that, “Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights addresses the 20th Session of the Human Rights Council.”

The UN’s highest human rights official is warning the entire world that Canada violates human rights in the most grievous of ways. She spoke of the terrible evils in Canada during her address to the HRC Council. She even published her speech text on the Website for her office.

Al-Jazeera quotes Pillay as saying that, “moves to restrict freedom of assembly in many parts of the world are alarming. In the context of student protests, I am disappointed by the new legislation passed in Quebec that restricts their rights to freedom of association and peaceful assembly.”

Pillay described the horrors of living in the deep freeze of Canada by saying that the legislature passed Bill 78 that limits the ability to organize demonstrations and raises fines on violations.

She contends that the Montreal Police are engaging in barbaric acts to maintain law and order. She even implied that Montreal cops are more abusive than UN Peacekeepers.

To read the entire article from Al-Jazeera, link here:

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written by UNPeacekeeper , June 19, 2012

For Mrs. Pillay to claim Montreal Cops are more abusive than UN Peackeepers that's outrageous. Everybody knows we're more brutal, corrupt and incompetent than any other police force in the world. I can speak from my first-hand experiences. Oh, the stories I could tell, but wait I might lose out on my UN pension or an opportunity to win big-time cash by filing frivolous lawsuits in the UN World Court, which is my special privilege as a UN employee.


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written by G S , June 20, 2012

The U.N. keeps trying to convince us that it is worthless.



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