Posts Tagged ‘un’

Secret Cables: Israel Preps to Take On UN

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Israel has started mobilizing for the battle against the United Nation’s plans to recognize a Palestinian state in September, based on the 1967 borders.

Leaked classified diplomatic cables reveal Foreign Minister Rafael Barak directing diplomats to convey the message that acceptance of a Palestinian state would delegitimize Israel and foil any chance for future peace talks.

Overseas officials have been told to lobby politicians in their respective countries, mobilize Jewish groups to influence public opinion, and place stories in the international media critical of the Palestinian overtures.

Even as the world comes together in support of Palestine, the Zionists refuse to accept any wrong doing. Instead, they hold steady with their continued human rights violations and then try to blame the rest of us when we get upset.

Well, we won’t be swayed by the propaganda spewing from the Israeli PR machine. The untold injustice perpetrated by the State of Israel will no longer be tolerated in the new world we’re in the process of creating.

12 Hours Left: UN Petition to End War on Drugs

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Time is running out in the international anti-prohibition petition to the UN. If you one of the 500,000+ who’ve already voiced their support, what are you waiting for? Visit Avaaz right now!

Enforcing drug prohibition has proven itself to be far more costly to society than illicit drugs have ever been. It is time for the people of the world to stand together and bring the senseless war on drugs to an end.


UN To Intervene in Libyan Massacre

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

Celebrations are sounding across the Arab World today as the United Nations passed a resolution imposing a NO-FLY zone over Libya.

The vote authorizes “all necessary measures short of an occupation force”, including the use of airstrikes, to counter the pro-Gaddafi forces who’ve been mercilessly slaughtering civilians across the nation.

It seems the urgent pleas from within Benghazi may be answered in time to prevent further deaths, although the people could remain vulnerable for days as the coordinated plan comes to fruition.

If nothing else, this resolution should at least provide a psychological boost to the freedom fighters in Libya, recharging their spirits with the support of a world that won’t abandon them.