Friday, November 24, 2006

Louise Arbour: Unwanted Nobody

One of my more vociferous neighbors distributes bumper stickers that are aimed at local United Nations personell. The stickers read: 'Unwanted Nobodies, Go Home. ' I thought it was a bit much. Even when the Secretary General proved to be an outright flunky for Arab terrorism, I thought, "Why waste a perfectly good bumper?"

I've changed my mind. I have Louise Arbour, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, to thank.

According to today's Post:

Israel could be considered deserving of more blame for its actions in the Lebanon war than Hizbullah, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour said in an interview with The Jerusalem Post Thursday.

Asked by the Post if there was a distinction under human rights law between missile attacks aimed at killing civilians and military strikes in which civilians are unintentionally killed, Arbour said the two could not be equated.

Guess who's invited to die? Die Juden, mein herr, die juden. Varum? Weil die Juden sind nicht menschen. Die Juden untermenschen sind. Haben sie deshalb keine lebens-recht.

So, you know what Ms. Arbour? Go home and protect the human rights of the hump backed whale.

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