Saturday, September 05, 2009

UN Honors Castro

The Latin American Herald Tribune reported today (HT: Michelle Malkin) that the UN General Assembly honored three "Heroes."

The president of the United Nations General Assembly, Rev. Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann, on Saturday declared Bolivian President Evo Morales as “World Hero of Mother Earth” in a ceremony at the presidential palace in this capital.

With a medal and a parchment scroll, the General Assembly of the United Nations Organization named Morales “the maximum exponent and paradigm of love for Mother Earth” in the resolution for his decoration that was read during the ceremony.

The document added that the decision was taken “after extensive consultation” among representatives of the General Assembly’s member countries.

Besides Morales, the former Cuban head of state Fidel Castro has been named “World Hero of Solidarity” and the late ex-president of Tanzania, Julius Nyerere, will be honored as “World Hero of Social Justice.”

“What we want to do is present these three people to the world and say that they embody virtues and values worth emulation by all of us,” said D’Escoto, who like the socialist Morales is a staunch critic of U.S. foreign policy in Latin America.

Your tax dollars at work funding the UN so it can honor dictator-for-life Fidel Castro as a World Hero.

Kick the UN out of the US and let World Hero Castro host that useless waste of space and hot air in Havana instead. The dictator-loving UN ambassadors deserve nothing less.

Oh wait. President Obama loves dictators too. Never mind, then. I guess the UN can stay here in America, where World Hero In His Own Mind Obama welomes dictators with open arms, deep bows, and a kiss.



janice said...

I share you sentiments, Skye.

Sadly, the UN has too good here in America and would fight tooth-and-nail to stay in NYC.

Malott said...

Kind of makes you sick, doesn't it.

But I do love the idea of the U.N. being based in Havanna.

CG said...

I watched a pretty disturbing ad this weekend in which certain celebrities pledged to do altruistic things for the world and finished up by pledging to serve Obama. It sounded like they already think of him as a monarch -- or maybe a god.

Tsofah said...

I heard that when Harry decided the UN would be in the U.S., it was so we could keep an eye on what other countries are doing.

Somehow I do not see the U.N doing this honoring of Castro during any other administration except this one.