Norway: South Sudan crisis is man-made, government must act

Norway’s foreign minister says South Sudan’s leaders have inflicted a massive humanitarian crisis on the population threatened by a famine, adding that a stop in fighting in the civil war is needed urgently.

Borge Brende says South Sudan is “one of the world’s biggest humanitarian disasters,” affecting nearly 6 million people.

He said the crisis is man-made and a solution must include agreement with opposition groups.

Brende called Tuesday for a worldwide ban to stop “the flow of weapons” into the world’s newest nation.

According to UNICEF, more than 5 million people in South Sudan don’t have access to safe, clean water, compounding the country’s problems of famine and civil war.

SS – ParsToday

Jews Force Top UN Figure to Resign After Release of Israeli Apartheid Report

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
March 19, 2017

A Jordanian UN diplomat who oversaw a committee on race relations in Israel found that it practiced Apartheid against native Palestinians. She’s now being forced to resign.

Enlightenment figures in France and Britain believed that the reason Jews had lived in Europe so long without integration was lack of the franchise and citizenry. Two-Hundred years later we now know that holding Jews up to the same standards as everyone else is like garlic to a vampire, and the second you pull those cloves back, they come at you with the fury of 10,000 hells.

Yes, it’s a double-standard, but what do you expect from history’s double-dealers? To that, the Jews respond, “what are you going to do about it?”

The Hill:

A United Nations diplomat stepped down Friday after refusing to withdraw a report accusing Israel of practicing apartheid against Palestinians, reported.

Jordanian diplomat Rima Khalaf, who headed the U.N.’s Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, said U.N. Secretary General António Guterres urged her to retract her commission’s report after it sparked outrage in Israel and the U.S., according to The New York Times.

Khalaf stood by the report despite the pressure.

The United Nations is known for being “liberal,” it is a bastion of globalization that pushes every Jew agenda possible – albeit not as efficiently as private plutocrats do. With that said, the United Nations must maintain its fraudulent image of being a world forum for grievances, or else everyone will just pull out and it loses its moral authority. Israel – which is a rogue state that flaunts international law all the time – is obviously one of the most common complaints. Symbolic resolutions are passed, but unlike UN attacks on Iran, Serbia or Russia, there aren’t any meaningful consequences or attempts to bring any Jewish war criminals to justice.

As for the Apartheid resolution, how could supporters of Israel even deny that? What do you call a nation that segregates schools by race, practices racial eugenics against Ethiopian “Jews” who they use for manual labor and cannon fodder, and is the only nation I know of that has miscegenation laws, even backing vigilantes on the street to go out and enforce them?

Gee, that sounds a lot like what Steven Stealberg presents the “Nazis” and Southerners as doing. The German and redneck villains in Hollywood films are not based on any real historical precedent, it’s nothing but Jews projecting what they do when they physically outnumber Gentiles.

For centuries, Jews were able to cling to a moral high ground. Many otherwise intelligent people even believed them when they would talk about human rights and the equality of man. Today, after the founding of Israel, the whole world knows they are duplicitous sociopaths who use the language of peace and empathy to advance war and sadism. That is the one gift from Zionism.

Yet here the Jew stands, above the masses of people on both the Left and the Right closing in on him. The only thing standing in between the Jew and the people is the circle of plutocrats sending the folk off in the other direction.

They were able to get a powerful diplomat to resign, but how much more can this genitally mutilated Satanic power weather?

Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:8AM
In this file picture, a Palestinian man climbs over a section of Israel's separation wall that between the occupied West Bank city of al-Ram and East Jerusalem al-Quds. (Photo by AFP)
In this file picture, a Palestinian man climbs over a section of Israel’s separation wall that between the occupied West Bank city of al-Ram and East Jerusalem al-Quds. (Photo by AFP)

Leaders from various Palestinian political factions have written a letter to the United Nations in protest against the removal of a report criticizing Israel for imposing an “apartheid regime” of racial discrimination on the Palestinian people.

The senior Palestinian political figures handed in the letter, addressed to UN Secretary-General António Guterres, to the world body’s office in Gaza City on Tuesday, bemoaning the deletion of the damming report championed by the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA).

“Our letter asks the UN secretary-general, in case he doesn’t believe in the media, to visit Israel to see the realities: the apartheid and injustice done against Palestinians by the Israeli Occupation. Our second message is for Rima Khalaf. We in the blockaded Gaza Strip thank such a heroine for publishing the report,” Sami Naem of the Palestinian Arab Front said.

“We are here today to reject and protest the UN secretary-general’s policy. The removal of the report only offers Israel an opportunity to continue its apartheid and racist policies. Today the secretary general proved the death of the United Nations’ consciousness by covering up Israeli crimes. We also thank brave Mrs. Khalaf for her report and decision,” Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Khaled al-Batsh stated.

Last Friday, Guterres had asked that the anti-Israel report be removed from the ESCWA’s website, a UN official said on condition of anonymity.

UN Under-Secretary General and ESCWA Executive Secretary Rima Khalaf reacts during a news conference in Beirut, Lebanon, on March 15, 2017. (Photo by Reuters)

Khalaf, the executive secretary of the UN agency, resigned from the UN post after refusing to withdraw a report that concluded, “Israel has established an apartheid regime that dominates the Palestinian people as a whole.”

Israel later lauded the move, with its envoy to the UN, Danny Danon, thanking Guterres. Danon said in a statement that “the time has come to put an end to those using their status within the UN to promote anti-Israel activity.”

On Sunday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas awarded the highest Palestinian honor to  Khalaf.


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