UN panel of racists and savages censures US law enforcement following Ferguson – how rich!


This is that “international community” President Obama and his Democrat minions are always carping about.

After images of riot police in Missouri were broadcast around the world, the United Nations is accusing the United States police of rampant racism against minorities and demanding it review self-defense laws.

Photo Credit: Police State USA

At a meeting Friday of something called the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, members criticized the U.S for “racial and ethnic discrimination … from de facto school segregation, access to health care and housing,” Noureddine Amir, CERD committee vice chairman, said at a news conference after the meeting, according to Breitbart.

“The excessive use of force by law enforcement officials against racial and ethnic minorities is an ongoing issue of concern and particularly in light of the shooting of Michael Brown,” Amir said.

Well, now. Before reading any further, it’s important to know who else is on this panel. Two of the biggest members, for instance, are China and Pakistan – veritable Shangri-Las of racial justice and religious tolerance, as long as you’re a majority Han Chinese or devout Muslim, respectively.

As for Mr. Amir, he’s an Algerian. And guys from places like Algeria know a thing or two about excessive use of force by law enforcement – since it’s the kind of policing you need when a country’s young people have been making a habit of storming professional soccer matches and stoning players to death – literally.

The man’s country is so riven with corruption that it’s one of the biggest Europe’s biggest natural gas suppliers with a state-run hydrocarbon industry that brings in billions for the crooks at the top — but has basically nothing in the way of actual civilization unless you count murderous soccer matches.

Or, as the Associated Press reported in a story just written Sunday: “there’s little entertainment to lighten such a bleak picture, with movie theaters, malls and social clubs scarce.”

In other words, it’s a savage North African hell hole that’s a hair’s breath daily from turning into another one of those theocratic wonderlands where American ambassadors get killed over rogue videos. And this Amir person managed to escape it long enough to land a sinecure in New York and criticize American racial practices?

To be fair to these ignorant opportunists, the ammunition they’re firing was made in the good old USA, by MSNBC, The New York Times, and mainstream media outlets that use incidents like the Brown shooting to devote a fair amount of time and manpower to perpetuating the myth that America is incorrigibly racist and irredeemably corrupt. But that doesn’t change the fact that they’re wrong — as wrong as wrong can be.

Clichéd it might be, but there are some phrases that really are irreplaceable, and this one particularly fits the hypocritical elites from China, Pakistan and Algeria (for God’s sake!) who roam around New York issuing pointless reports by day and soaking up the American club scene by night:

Go back where you came from — and good luck surviving it.

Not surprisingly, sensible Twitter users agree:

That one is obviously not a Democrat.


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