Tom Gross: The UN’s willful ignorance of modern-day slavery

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Tom Gross, National Post | Feb 25, 2013 12:01 AM ET | Last Updated: Feb 22, 2013 2:41 PM ET
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Tom Gross, left, moderates a panel at the Geneva Summit.

Geneva SummitTom Gross, left, moderates a panel at the Geneva Summit.

The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) begins its annual session in Geneva today by once again disgracing itself through the appointment of the West African country of Mauritania as its vice-president for the next year.

The UNHRC is the organization that, in the past, has cozied up to the Gaddafi and Assad regimes in Libya and Syria; that praised Sri Lanka’s human-rights record shortly after that country’s military killed more than 40,000 Tamil civilians; and that still exhibits at the entrance to its meeting hall, two pieces of art, one donated by Egypt’s Mubarak regime, the other with a plaque that reads, “A statue of Nemesis, Goddess of justice, donated by the Syrian government.”

It also appointed Alfred De Zayas as one of its leading advisors last December, despite the fact that his books on the Second World War portray Germans as victims and the Allies as perpetrators of “genocide.” De Zayas, while not denying the Holocaust himself, has nonetheless become a hero to many Holocaust deniers, and his sayings are featured on many of their websites. He has called for Israel to be expelled from the UN, while defending the ruthless Iranian regime.

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2 Responses to Tom Gross: The UN’s willful ignorance of modern-day slavery

  1. Richard says:

    If it isn’t whites enslaving other races they don’t want to hear about it.

  2. The UN is a very sick joke…

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