The United Nations “Grand Wizard of Exploitation and Caliphate Creation” is once again blabbering on with his distorted and hostile anti-American propaganda. He told his liberal globalist audience how things would be in a perfect world where the UN rules, we all share his primitive ideology and Sharia Law dictates to the civilian population, with the slave class of formerly free people compelled into service to their Islamic masters. Sounds just peachy there, Prince. You must be swamped with applications.
The blowhard’s name is Prince Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, and his official title is United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. The power-crazed pompous asses of the UN always declare themselves to be high something or others when in reality they’re a collection of power-mad lowlifes. But we “simpletons,” the commoners, are supposed to buy into their crap, just like Hillary Clinton was popular and couldn’t be defeated. Same folks, same propaganda.
In addition to declaring himself as being higher than the rest of us, he’s a prince. Damn impressive, a prince from a Middle East crap hole, Jordan, who makes his living out of greasing the skids for the invasion of the free and civilized societies. He condemns those of us who like things the way they are and want him and his corrupt UN to mind their own business. Earning an honest living in our own country is so small-minded and selfish of us, he would have us believe.
Prince (down boy, do you need to go outside?) has a long history of America-bashing and was quite critical of Mr. Trump before he was elected, even threatening his fellow bureaucrats who fail to submit to their global Islamic conquest in UN speeches. Grand Wizard Zeid had harsh words this time around for both Mr. Trump and Britain’s Nigel Farage.
He slammed Mr. Farage and others that he refers to as right-wing figures, including Donald Trump as among “populists and demagogues” whose tactics of communication smack of Islamic State group-style propaganda. That’s not a comment he’s going to be able to just walk away from.
He’s forgetting he’s the friggin Arab from the same backwards part of the world, representing the same race and religion that gave rise to the whole terrorism methodology and al-Qaeda and ISIS in particular. They are the group that his organization, the UN and the EU are infesting civilized societies with in both Europe and North America. If anyone resembles a terrorist, it’s him and his sponsors and that’s before he opens his hateful mouth and engages in his vitriolic rhetoric.
In what were reported as “exceptionally strong terms,” in the face of rising opposition to their caliphate- creating invasion of our continents, the Grand Wizard lashed out at those standing against their attempted conquest, labeling them as bigots as he lamented the “banalization of bigotry.” He criticized the people of Europe and the US as populists who allude back to “a fictional halcyon past” and oversimplify messages with sound bites and Tweets. Actually there was such a thing as the good old days, before our nations became infected by the likes of the scummy prince.
Grand Wizard Zeid criticized Dutch nationalist Geert Wilders, who was targeted by a corrupt court in Denmark for exercising his free speech rights in complaints about being overrun by Muslims of the Moroccan variety. Zeid made his offensive anti-Dutch comments at a dinner in his own backyard, organized by the Hague-based Peace, Justice and Security Foundation. We can be sure that the three principles in their title are either overtly or covertly contingent upon a submission to the Islamists.
Zeid also included other leaders who represent nations who have had too much of their crap already, Mr. Trump, Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, French presidential front runner Marine Le Pen, and former UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
Covering his tracks just slightly, Zeid said, “Make no mistake, I certainly do not equate the actions of nationalist demagogues with those of Daesh (ISIS), which are monstrous, sickening; Daesh must be brought to justice. He then proceeded to do exactly that, comparing the terrorists to leaders of the global freedom and independence movements. He continued, “But in its mode of communication, its use of half-truths and oversimplification, the propaganda of Daesh uses tactics similar to those of the populists.”
The Prince uses those tactics, finding the most benign characteristic on which to base the comparison when in actuality it is the act of making the comparison that is the most offensive. Granting himself the out of being able to say he was merely referring to a minor “similarity” is an obvious tactic.
He then went on to make a completely repugnant statement, saying, “And both sides of this equation benefit from each other – indeed would not expand in influence without each others’ actions.” As a barbarous Arab he might not understand that civilized people don’t consider the need for them to act as a benefit despite it raising their profile. Not having to act in the first place, before people like the prince and his ISIS comrades entered our American lives was much preferable to having to deal with either of them, as we are now forced to do.
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