North Korea & Iran appointed by UN to examine Australia's war crimes against small children and women

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The video below will make your blood boil. The UN continues to attack civilized Western countries while advancing the agenda of the worst human rights violators in the world. As you can see during a session at the UN Human Rights Council, Australia was attacked by none other than North Korea and Iran which accuse Australia of war crimes against women and small children.
Australia, the UK, the US and Canada are among the most generous contributors to UN's budget. Unfortunately the UN is dominated by the worst human rights violators in the world who use its bodies to attack the West and advance their corrupt agenda.
The UN has elected Iran's terrorist regime to its commission on criminal justice and Women's rights committee that judges complaints of human rights violations.
Human rights violators such as China, Russia and Pakistan are members of the UN Human Rights Council.
Western countries must cut all their foreign aid to the UN to stop this madness!
North Korea & Iran appointed by UN to examine Australia's war crimes against small children and women North Korea & Iran appointed by UN to examine Australia's war crimes against small children and women Reviewed by Political opinion on February 07, 2021 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. I agree it's a joke that isn't funny. Maybe us Aussies could talk to Iranians that we both wanted Saddam Hussein gone, along with Daesh and Al-Qaeda and that certain powers behind the throne in western countries actually despises the armed forces. The Iranians might actually be just, compassionate and merciful and put the good word in for Australian troops' general conduct,however unexpected that might be.

    After WW2 the armed forces of both sides commended the chivalry and professional soldiery of the other while condemning Hitler; soldiers don't choose the wars they fight; blame the politicians, advisers and lobbyists for it and not the soldiers. In some forms of Communism, soldiers are also regarded as a worker in a uniform rather than part of the international capitalist class. North Korea might put the good word in for our troops too while condemning the politicians who sent us to Iraq and Afghanistan for 20 years with nothing to show for it.

    I hope I can find further ways for bringing Israeli's, Iranians and White Christianish people closer together. Hope this helps.

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