U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power "Sounds The Alarm About The Surge In Antisemitism" In Final 'Exit Memo' U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power "Sounds The Alarm About The Surge In Antisemitism" In Final 'Exit Memo'
By Martin Hill
LibertyFight.com
January 21, 2017


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If you haven't done it yet, I suggest going over to WhiteHouse.gov to peruse and/or save the absurd and amusing propaganda that is posted there. In addition to the collection of Obama's boasting about his numerous alleged successss, one of the more interesting sections includes official 'Exit Memos' from each cabinet department.

In her swan song, UN Ambassador Samantha Power mentions Israel 17 times, Palestine only once, Russia 14 times and Syria 27 times.

She mentions terror 17 times, extreme 7 times, and bank 3 times.

All of these exit memos, along with Obama's alleged accolades, is a great deal to wade through, and while we are all certainly looking forward to better things starting today, I encourage writers, researchers and bloggers to search through all this stuff for items of interest. If for no other reason, than to mock and thoroughly discredit the state.

Here are all of Samantha Power's excerpts about Israel and anti-Semitism.

Here is the short version:

"We have also sounded the alarm about the surge in antisemitism as a growing human rights challenge around the world and sought to make the UN a venue that itself fights the scourge of antisemitism. In January 2015, we helped convene an unprecedented meeting of the UN General Assembly (the same venue that - in 1975 - passed a resolution equating Zionism with racism) in which over 50 countries spoke - including Saudi Arabia on behalf of the Organization of the Islamic Conference - and expressed a nearly-uniform view that the international community must do more to address antisemitism as a growing threat to human rights and security."

Here is the entirety of her Israel comments:

ADDRESSING ANTI-ISRAEL BIAS

One of the persistent weaknesses across the UN system has been the biased and unfair approach to issues that relate to Israel. From the Security Council and General Assembly in New York, to the Human Rights Council in Geneva, we have sought to counter this prejudice, while also working to counter Israel's too-frequent isolation. At the Security Council, we have rallied coalitions to vote against biased draft resolutions on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and also galvanized countries to support Council statements condemning attacks on Israelis and Israeli diplomatic missions.

We have also spearheaded successful campaigns to secure for Israel full and equal participation across UN bodies, from its participation in influential UN regional groupings that frequently act as voting blocs such as the Western European and Others Group (WEOG), where in 2013 we helped secure Israel's long overdue membership in Geneva; and the Japan, United States, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and New Zealand (JUSCANZ) group, which Israel was finally able to join in New York in 2014; to the UN Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, which Israel joined in 2015. And in 2016, we secured the historic recognition of Yom Kippur as an official UN holiday, as well as the election of the Israeli Ambassador to the UN as the Chair of the powerful UN Sixth Committee (the Legal Committee), which marked the first time an Israeli official has been elected to head a permanent UN committee.

We have also sounded the alarm about the surge in antisemitism as a growing human rights challenge around the world and sought to make the UN a venue that itself fights the scourge of antisemitism. In January 2015, we helped convene an unprecedented meeting of the UN General Assembly (the same venue that - in 1975 - passed a resolution equating Zionism with racism) in which over 50 countries spoke - including Saudi Arabia on behalf of the Organization of the Islamic Conference - and expressed a nearly-uniform view that the international community must do more to address antisemitism as a growing threat to human rights and security.


UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

In 2009, we joined the UN Human Rights Council – the primary body in the UN system responsible for promoting human rights and addressing human rights violations - notwithstanding its disproportionate focus on Israel or the fact that a number of its members are better known for abusing human rights than protecting them. We believe that we are more effective in championing open societies, political and civil freedoms, and norms of moderation and tolerance by harnessing the UN system to defend human rights, and we have amassed a significant track record of using the Council to advance our values and interests.



...Although it is highly problematic that the UN Human Rights Council still includes only one permanent agenda item - not on North Korea or Syria, but rather on Israel - through our leadership in the Council since 2009 we have succeeded in getting the body to expand its focus, reducing by half the share of country-specific resolutions on Israel.


...

CIVIL SOCIETY & POLITICAL PRISONERS

In New York, we have fought efforts by undemocratic countries to exclude non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from the UN accreditation process. We worked to ensure that several NGOs wrongly deemed controversial - including a U.S.-based LGBT NGO, a U.S.-based political prisoners NGO, and an Israel-based emergency-services NGO - obtained UN accreditation.



... We Have Worked to Reform and Improve the UN During President Obama's time in office, we have worked to fix many of the shortcomings of the United Nations - from bloated budgets and bureaucratic red-tape to gridlock among member states on matters of huge consequence. Of course, the UN deliberative bodies reflect the prejudices of the member states within them, leading too many countries to privilege national sovereignty over the plight of vulnerable civilians - manifested most appallingly in the case of Syria - or to pursue ideological fixations - such as scapegoating Israel - instead of developing constructive solutions to the problems within their own borders. However, as President Obama underscored in his first address to the UN General Assembly, "imperfections are not a reason to walk away from this institution - they are a calling to redouble our efforts."

Link: https://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/cabinet/exit-memos/united-states-mission-united-nations


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