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The toothless U.N.

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Submitted by sara (United States), Feb 14, 2012 at 18:53

Regardless of what supposed support was given to the U.N. by Bush the elder, the ridiculously one sided resolutions passed by the U.N. against Israel are only mitigated by the toothless effect of such resolutions. If the U.N. actually did its job, they would balance their battle against Israel with sanctions against Iran, Syria, Sudan, China, and all of the other massacring entities who murder their own citizens.

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