As CEO of 5WPR, a top PR company, I see a lot of regular spinning of the media. It’s part of any news story – but the sickness emanating from the United Nations truly defines what the late former NYC Mayor Ed Koch said: “The United Nations is a stagnant cesspool.”
Listening to the United Nations, America is to blame for the Boston terrorist attacks.
America is to blame for the fact that a 19-year-old immigrant to this country, who was raised here for the last 10 years, dropped a knapsack at the feet of an 8-year-old boy, who died. America is to blame for the fact that two émigré brothers chose to attack innocent people.
Richard Falk, United Nations special Ambassador, an official for the U.N. Human Rights Council who is a professor at the elite Ivy League school Princeton University, wrote an op-ed titled “A Commentary on The Marathon Murders,” which must be studied and examined for an understanding of the sick way of thought that is prevalent at the United Nations.
Much of it requires no commentary for the sane – Falk’s words are quite clear:
• “The American global domination project is bound to generate all kinds of resistance in the post-colonial world. In some respects, the United States has been fortunate not to experience worse blowbacks, and these may yet happen.”
• “America’s military prowess and the abiding confidence of its leaders in hard power diplomacy makes the United States a menace to the world and to itself.” Falk continues:
The war drums are beating at this moment in relation to both North Korea and Iran, and as long as Tel Aviv has the compliant ear of the American political establishment, those who wish for peace and justice in the world should not rest easy. [Note that America is a menace and to blame according to this. Not unlike previous Arab conspiracies of the Great Satan (America) and Little Satan (Israel) being to blame for the world's problems.]
• “We should be asking ourselves at this moment, How many canaries will have to die before we awaken from our geopolitical fantasy of global domination?”
• Falk speaks of “the somewhat hysterical Boston dragnet” (Yes, Mr. Falk – perhaps America should have been more compassionate and apologized for hunting for the bomber. He was indeed a refugee whose parents left him in this country alone, right?)
These two brothers were Muslim terrorists who sought to kill and maim as many people as possible. And a UN senior official blames America and Israel.
Could one ask if America is indeed to blame for the fact that Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev received food stamps and welfare from American tax payers while growing up? The older-brother, Tamerlan, was living on state welfare benefits along with his wife and daughter. And naturally, Israel is indeed to blame for being the only sane, Western democracy in the Middle East, which is an ally to America.
In the aftermath of this brutal, horrible terror attack, Falk actually had the gall to write an implicit threat: “In some respects, the United States has been fortunate not to experience worse blowbacks, and these may yet happen[.]”
Even a PR firm can’t spin his words. He is a role model for Zubeidat Tsarnaev, the terrorists’ mother who said of Tamerlan, “He was alive. Why did they need to kill him? Why not send him to Guantánamo or whatever? Why did they kill him? Why did they have to kill him? They got him alive. He was in their hands.” And “America took my children away from me.” She continued, “I don’t believe it, and I won’t believe it. I am sure that my kids were not involved in anything.” She is hand-in-hand with Falk, who wrote in his blog that “awkward gaps and contradictions in the official explanations” fuel suspicions that America staged 9/11.
Terrorists and the United Nations stand together in the wake of a terror attack where innocent Americans were slaughtered.
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