Wednesday, 10 October 2012

What better candidate could the USA have to represent itself at a human rights conference?

 If there is one act which exemplifies just how rotten the Obama administration is, it is the cynical appointment of a man who blamed jews for 9/11, who has praised Hamas and Hizbollah to represent the US at the OSCE human rights conference. I eagerly await the American People's verdict on this disastrous and racist president, a man who has done more than anything to roll back civilisation in the middle east and the respect for the cause of human rights throughout the world.

Obama sends arms via islamist Turkey to support the Muslim Brotherhood's agents in Syria, has brought the MB to power in place of an ally. The MB is responsible for the lethal attacks on christians throughout the muslim world. Just as the established churches have no interest in saving their brethren (saving their animus and influence for attacks on Israel) the US government cheers on its detractors. Last week Congress hesitated to sign off on an Obama request to throw another 1/2 billion dollars into the  lap of the Muslim Brotherhood after it ransacked the US embassy in Cairo.
The Chinese are also laughing at the US whilst rattling war drums and occupying islands throughout South East Asia. The US might sail its aircraft carriers into the Persian Gulf and down the South China Sea but none of its enemies loses any sleep over it. They are laughing whilst Obama plays at gunboat diplomacy. He knows what he is doing is just a sop to public opinion and the USA's enemies also know it. The US rebalancing into asia has not deterred China one iota from its beligerent actions against Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines.

Obama has done so much to the defence of democracies and of human civilisation, has undermined human rights so much in recent years that it is only fitting that he sends a racist, a liar and an islamist to represent the USA. Muhammad Morsy could not have proposed a better candidate.

It would be inconceivable for Barack Obama to appoint a man who had praised the Ku Klux Klan to a commission discussing race relations; what he has actually done, however, is all too predictable. Obama has appointed a man who has praised Hamas and Hizballah, and blamed Israel for 9/11, to be the United States’ representative at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe’s (OSCE) annual 10-day human rights conference, the Human Dimension Implementation Meetings (HDIM).

The Obama State Department is sending Salam al-Marayati, founder and executive director of the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), to the OSCE conference. The foremost problem with this appointment is that al-Marayati was one of the first 9/11 truthers out of the box, ready with an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory on the very day of the attacks. On September 11, 2001, al-Marayati appeared on a radio show in Los Angeles to discuss the jihad attacks in New York and Washington, and said: “If we’re going to look at suspects, we should look to the groups that benefit the most from these kinds of incidents, and I think we should put the state of Israel on the suspect list because I think this diverts attention from what’s happening in the Palestinian territories so that they can go on with their aggression and occupation and apartheid policies.”
These remarks are not anomalous for al-Marayati, who has claimed that the jihad terrorist group Hizballah is working for “liberation and resistance,” and has refused to call it a terrorist group. Likewise, al-Marayati has said optimistically that Hizballah’s Sunni counterpart Hamas will eventually gain acceptance:

Yesterday’s terrorists in the Middle East are today’s leaders. The PLO is the number one example of this. … The PLO 35 years ago was considered a terrorist organization, nobody should deal with them. … But they became the people in authority, in Palestine, today. So Hamas today, the way it’s being viewed, is exactly how the PLO was viewed 30 years ago. And in fact, even Hamas in terms of its social and educational operations is doing exactly what the PLO was doing 35 years ago, as well as its quote unquote military operations.

Understandably, Jewish groups are unhappy with the appointment. Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, declared:
One would assume that individuals selected to represent the United States at an international human rights conclave would share our government’s longstanding policy that Hamas and Hezbollah are dangerous terrorist organizations. But Mr. Salam al-Marayati and his organization are long-time advocates that these deadly terror groups be removed from the U.S. terrorist list.


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