Thursday, December 1, 2011

What's The Point of Staying in The United Nations? And Why Is The Israeli Government Supporting Our Enemies?

I don't know if it'll do any good, but I'll keep posting about the uselessness of being a member of the United Nations.  Besides being a forum for abuse, discriminations and hateful lies, what's the point?  Israel is continuously attacked and condemned.  No matter what or how eloquently or accurately Israeli delegates and leaders reply to the hate, it won't change anything.

The United Nations is against Israel.   'Solidarity with Palestinians' is proof.  Unfortunately, the Government of Israel, its politicians, media etc are barking up the wrong tree, making things even worse, because it, even under Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, supports the establishment of a Pseudistinian aka Palestinian sic State.  There is no way such a state can be benign, harmless and a "peace" partner with Israel.

It's virtually impossible for our supporters to succeed when our own government supports those who want to destroy us.

Netanyahu's and UN Ambassador Prosor's speeches are like Swiss cheese, tasty but full of holes.  Listen and point them out in the comments, thanks.


Anonymous said...

Your comparison of Prosor's speech to Swiss cheese was perfect! Here's what I commented elsewhere yesterday:

There is no room for a terrorist state in Judea and Samaria.

The Israeli government, represented by Prosor, is a messenger of death, no matter how correct so many of these counterpoints are.

Jordan is Palestine. Even that would be a life-threatening danger to the Jewish State. It will happen anyway, whether the midget King likes it or not. And until Hussie’s demise, guess who he’s going to scapegoat in order to keep clinging to power? Mubarak is gone. Assad is next. Guess who follows them?

Hadassa said...

Search the archives for Bibi's statement that Israel should leave the UN. I don't remember when he said it, and I doubt that any other than the most right-wing publications publicized it.
"Jordan" is part of Israel. Even if the time is not right to regain the territory, we should never suggest that another nation have it, and especially not the motley crew of Arabs calling themselves "Palestinians".

Batya said...

Shy, thanks
Hadassa, amen

Anonymous said...

Hadassa, hint: we Israelis were once the "Palestinians".


Batya said...

That's what I just blogged about!

Hadassa said...

Shy Guy, I've posted many comments about that. I generally start with something like: Before Arafat, Arabs felt insulted when they were called "Palestinians". The Jerusalem Post was called the Palestine Post before the founding of the State of Israel.

If you're implying that calling Jordan Palestine isn't a problem because Palestine is Israel, well there is a problem. Palestine means "land of the Philistines" and was an invention of Hadrian in an attempt to destroy the Jewish identity of Israel.

Batya said...

Hadassa, I agree that the term shouldn't be used. It never meant Arabs as a separate culture, identity etc.

Alan said...

membership in UN is not a favor to the Exile. It is the only way to join Universal Postal Union, and a whole slew of other such technocratic agencies.

Batya said...

Alan, that's a funny reason. And for that we have to accept all the abuse?