After Garner Death, UN Fomenting Racial Strife in America

Monday, December 8, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Alex Newman
Sunday, 07 December 2014

Attacking the United States and fomenting misguided hatred seems to have become the top priority of the “dictators club,” more formally known as the United Nations. Just days ago, a multi-pronged UN assault on U.S. gun rights, local police, national sovereignty, federalism, and more, was unleashed in the wake of the chaos in Ferguson. Now, as Americans across the political spectrum express outrage and sadness about the tragic death of Eric Garner by a police officer who was not indicted by a grand-jury, UN boss Ban Ki-moon, sensing another opportunity to meddle in U.S. affairs, is again barking commands at the American people as if he were some sort of benevolent global overlord. Hordes of UN “human rights” experts also joined in.

Citing the decision of a grand-jury in New York not to indict the police officer involved in the arrest-related death of Garner, the primary focus of Ban’s latest comments was to make more demands on U.S. authorities. The UN boss urged the United States, for instance, to do “anything possible to respond to demands of greater accountability,” he was quoted as saying in a UN press release. It was not immediately clear what those “public demands” were. Nor was it immediately clear how Ban and the United Nations determined what the American public was “demanding,” or why a local incident in the United States concerns a dictator-dominated outfit set up under the guise of preserving “international peace.”

“We are obviously aware of what is going on here in our backyard,” said the UN boss’s spokesman, Stéphane Dujarric, during a daily press briefing at UN headquarters, with “our backyard” presumably referring to New York City, where the widely ridiculed “dictators club” is formally based. According to the secretary-general’s spokesman, Ban’s thoughts “are with the families of Mr. Garner” and with “the people of New York.” Much of the UN press release was focused on stale race-mongering and statements from various overpaid international bureaucrats attacking the United States as an alleged bastion of horrors, injustice, and human-rights abuses along the lines of most of the UN’s member states.

“I think the [Garner] case is again focusing on the attention of accountability of law enforcement officials,” continued Ban’s spokesman, adding that the UN chief welcomes the announcement by disgraced Attorney General Eric Holder’s Justice Department about opening a civil-rights investigation on Garner’s death. “I think I would just add that we’ve seen a lot of demonstrations here in New York. [Mr. Ban] would urge the [protesters] to demonstrate peacefully, and for the authorities for the respect of those demonstrators [sic] to do so peacefully.” The UN made similar statements in the wake of the Ferguson grand jury’s decision as well.

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