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United Nations Complicity

Reader comment on item: Why I Stand with Geert Wilders
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Submitted by Andrew Maggard (United States), Sep 1, 2012 at 09:27

The United Nations adoption of the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights poses an open threat of hostile intentions to all non signatories of that declaration. All non signatory nations should demand the UN's revocation of the Cairo Declaration or they themselves should cease participation as member nations in the United Nations. Those nations that choose to exit the UN will, as a consequence, also cease to financially support the UN. Without the participation of non Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) nations the United Nations ceases any claim it may have had as being representative of an international consensus. By the UN's adoption of the Cairo Conference over the original Universal Declaration of Human Rights the UN has entered the realm of extreme partisanship in both religious and political ideologies.


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