Sunday, September 17, 2006

That Hysterical N.A.M. Party!

What a ridiculous hate club. So the IOC and the NAM will become allies to destroy the USA? Is that the plan? I am disappointed that India's Prime Minister went to this hatefest of despots and dictators. And over there is Kofi holding court, the court jester, yucking it up with the Ali Baba's and that midget Ahmadjihadi and the next Security Council member Chavez. Please tell me why we even allow that parasitic tapeworm the U.N. to be on our shores. Or why we are letting thousands of Muslims to immigrate here to ensure our destruction. Of course condemning Israel is high on the agenda and trashing America. It is time to pull up the gates and understand the war for our lives and countries is upon us.

Nonaligned nations condemn Israel attack on Lebanon
Havana, Sept. 17 (AP): Representatives of 118 nations agreed Saturday to condemn Israel's attacks on Lebanon, support a peaceful resolution to the U.S.-Iran nuclear dispute and defend the right of Venezuela and other countries to determine their own forms of government.

The final declarations also include a broad condemnation of terrorism _ with exceptions for self-determination movements and battles against foreign occupiers. And while declaring democracy to be a universal value, they say that no one country or region should define it for the whole world.

The statements, many of which contain veiled criticisms of the U.S., were to be approved by unanimous consent after another round of speeches Saturday night by leaders of the Nonaligned Movement.

``No one in the Nonaligned Movement thinks that the United States is responsible for all the problems, but many think that it is for some,'' Cuba's Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque said, summing up days of speeches complaining about the dominant U.S. role in global affairs.

An ailing Fidel Castro was named president of the movement, but he stayed home in his pajamas on doctors' orders while Acting Cuban President Raul Castro presided over the meeting of two-thirds of the world's nations.

Raul joined numerous U.S. foes who said a bellicose America had made the world more dangerous.

``The United States spends one billion dollars a year in weapons and soldiers,'' he said. ``To think that a social and economic order that has proven unsustainable could be maintained by force is simply an absurd idea.'' [Juan, one? And whose economy is unsustainable? Ever notice how our enemy believes their own lies?]

Many demanded that the United Nations take action against U.S. veto power in the security council.

``The U.S. is turning the security council into a base for imposing its politics,'' Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad complained. ``Why should people live under the nuclear threat of the U.S.?'' [Stop Ahmad! My sides hurt.]

Some leaders tried to resolve disputes with their neighbors: Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh agreed Saturday to resume peace talks, and Bolivian President Evo Morales tried to reassure Brazilians angered by tough energy negotiations.

Others held onto hardline positions: North Korea defended its nuclear weapons program, Sudan's leader rejected a U.N. peacekeeping mission for Darfur and Ahmadinejad insisted on Iran's right to develop nuclear energy. The document supports Iran's position while encouraging Iran to continue cooperating with the International Atomic Energy Agency.

North Korea Parliament leader Kim Yong Nam claimed his communist nation ``would not need even a single nuclear weapon if there no longer existed a U.S. threat,'' and said U.S. financial sanctions have ``driven the situation into an unpredictable phase.''

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan agreed that the security council must be more responsive to less powerful countries. [ So, Kofi, weak, i.e., corrupt, incompetent countries should make all the decisions and the rich, competent countries should pay? Is that it?]

``The Security Council must reform _ for the sake of the developing world, and for the sake of the United Nations itself,'' Annan told the Nonaligned leaders. ``The perception of a narrow power-base risks leading to an erosion of the U.N.'s authority and legitimacy _ even, some would argue, its neutrality and independence. I have in the past described this as a democracy deficit.'' [Stop Kofi! You are a riot.]

The Nonaligned Movement was formed in 1961 to establish a neutral third path in a world divided by the United States and the Soviet Union. Cuba last hosted the group in Havana 27 years ago.

The world has changed dramatically since then, but Annan said its collective mission is more relevant than ever: promoting democracy, protecting human rights and developing civil societies.

Many leaders said their group will be stronger with Fidel Castro as the movement's president, but it's unclear whether the 80-year-old Castro will recover enough from intestinal surgery to guide the group for the next three years until Egypt takes over.

The ailing rebel icon met in his home with a handful of leaders including Annan and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. And while Raul provided the world with its first glimpse of how he operates as a statesman _ Chavez repeatedly asserted himself as the natural heir to Castro, who remains a hero to leftists around the world.

``To be radical is not to be insane, it's to go to our roots. Let's go to our roots, let's be truly radical,'' Chavez declared, concluding one speech with a favorite Castro rallying cry: ``Patria o Muerte!'' _ ``Fatherland or Death!'' [It is hysterical. I can't laugh anymore.]

Chavez also met with dozens of leaders on the summit's sidelines in advance of next week's U.N. General Assembly session in New York, where secret balloting next month will determine whether Venezuela or U.S.-backed Guatemala secures the next rotating security council seat for Latin America and the Caribbean.


Anonymous said...

What would you say if the US in the NAM party? You should be more open because other part of the world, especially in the East, were seeing the US as US were threatening them, by force & economically.

Be more open and listen to others, open your defensive thought, change your view point, see both of the party from above. Then you will see what caused the dispute and can solve them peacefully.

The Anti-Jihadist said...

Thanks but no thanks, Mr Anon.

Laughable. The US would never be allowed in the NAM, even if they got down on their knees and begged. I can't even see a Dem administration stooping to such depths--but I might be wrong on that.

Cubed © said...

As Dr. Phil says, "We teach people how to treat us."

What are we teaching the U.N. by paying 25% of their bills? By allowing the U.N. to exist inside the U.S? By crawling to them to beg for permission to act in our own self-defense?

What ARE we teaching them?

Anonymous said...

Why laughable? US should pay more attention to international critism about them. Even that US are non-NAM country, proper assessment needed before making such decision, particularly when it involving human lives.

Currently all decision made by the US is very debatable, not only by the international community, but also by fellow US citizens.

I do not against the goverment when fighting terrorism, but please do it with proper investigation. Investigate all party, not just one, by this we can be sure what really happens. Better, it is good to have free bodies investigating to eliminate any biased judgements, thus having a fair decision.

Please anti-jihadist, it is not laughable when you are dealing with human lives.

The Anti-Jihadist said...

No habla, anon? You need to go back to infidel language school for a few years. Then try restating your 'arguments'.

Anonymous said...

Communism lost, there's no more Eastern Bloc threat. NAM is now geriatric and irrelevant but exists today still as a raving anti-US, anti Israel outfit. It is nakedly exposed as anti-US today in the light of day but has been partly hidden as such since the Bandung Conference in the days of the Cold War.

It uses a nice looking logo of a peace dove on its logo as a misleading supposition as to its raison d’être. That won't numb us as to understanding its devious function.