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Why Does The United Nations Ignore The Threat Of ISIS?

Posted in Al Quada, America, European Union, Insurgents, Islamic State, Muslim, News, Pakistan, Terrorism, United Nations with tags , , , , on 17/07/2016 by floroy1942
84 Dead And Over 200 Wounded

84 Dead And Over 200 Wounded

I would like to know why the the United Nations has remained silent after so many tragic attacks by Islamic State, which has culminated in the recent attack in Nice with so many fatalities. In all the years since Muslim radicalization, and the continuing outrages committed by this group that has cost so many innocent lives, why have they stayed silent?

United Nations CharterArticle One of the United Nations Charter states:

To maintain international peace and security, and to that end: to take effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats to the peace, and for the suppression of acts of aggression or other breaches of the peace, and to bring about by peaceful means, and in conformity with the principles of justice and international law, adjustment or settlement of international disputes or situations which might lead to a breach of the peace;

Nice Killer

Nice Killer

I am still waiting for any collective action that will put Islamic State out of business. Previously they have done nothing more than verbally ‘condemn’ these acts of  outrage, but now they do not even do that.

Soldiers Fighting The Communists

Soldiers Fighting The Communists

The United Nations was formed after the Second World War to ensure world peace, and any aggressor would be attacked by a force of arms made up of many countries. The last time this happened was in 1950, when many countries of the world formed an army that went into Korea to prevent communist expansion into South Korea. This was successful.

Since that time they have done nothing!

Ever since then there have been conflicts across the globe that has cost millions of lives but they no longer seem to be interested.

9/11 The Atrocity That Woke Up The World To The Hidden Menace Of Jihad

9/11 The Atrocity That Woke Up The World To The Hidden Menace Of Jihad

Ever since the 9/11 atrocity, Muslim insurgency has grown out of all proportion and in countries like Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria the death toll has risen to millions. In the last two years we have seen many attacks on the European continent that cost many innocent lives, but do they do anything about it? The simple answer is NO! Where they previously ‘condemned’ these actions, now they don’t even bother to do that anymore. They just stay silent.

I have to ask, what is the point of such a huge organization that is committed to ensuring world peace if they do nothing.

A Jihadi Execution

A Jihadi Execution

Muslim radicalization has spread all across the world into 169 different countries with acts of terrorism being carried out almost on a daily basis, the latest being the Nice attack with 84 dead and more than 200 wounded. They have stayed silent and hide in their offices, not wishing to be involved!

I have said this before and will repeat it here, it is time that the United Nations gathered together an international military force and went from country to country where these Muslim animals are hiding and kill every one of them. Never mind local politics or boundaries, go in there and wipe them out, every last one of them. It can be made clear that the force will in no way interfere with local politics, their sole job is to wipe out every last Muslim extremist and then leave.

Should any Arabic country for example raise an objection, they will be totally isolated and cut off from the world until they agree. If they object, then they undoubtedly have sympathy for the I.S. troublemakers, and all the countries of the world must gather and tell them straight, either comply or be isolated.

The Situation

The Situation

The United Nations was set up with a bold purpose, to ensure global peace, but sadly today they seem afraid of getting their hands dirty, for they do absolutely nothing to solve this major problem to world peace.

Their leader Ban-Ki-Moon is a total waste of space and a coward, for he should be the one who brings countries together to fight this terrible plague that has hit the world. Islamic State have already said they will not cease until the whole world is Muslim, which is the reason they are infiltrating one country after another and creating Jihadi cells who go out and persuade normal, peaceful Muslims to ‘take up the banner’.

If nothing is done to curb this action by military means the situation will get worse and worse, until eventually it will become uncontrollable and we see open warfare on the streets in years to come.

The Message Many Heed!

The Message Many Heed!

I apologize to those Muslims who do wish to live in peace with other religions for I know there are many, but in a blog many moons ago I reported on a world-wide survey that declared a huge majority of Muslims, especially in Pakistan and some Middle East countries among others, secretly held the opinion that Islam should rule the world and all countries. This view is against the teachings of Islam that states all religions should be equal, however, these people obviously support the Jihadi’s without being obvious about it.

This is yet another reason for the United Nations to take direct action against the various Jihadi groups around the world and wipe them from the face of the world. Once this has been completed the common people will be free to get back to the real meaning of Islam without being tricked into following the Jihadist movement. Far too many people have lost their lives in various attacks and it has to stop once and for all.

Sorry! Can't Hear You!

The U.N. – Sorry! Can’t Hear You!

So I for one sincerely hope that the U.N. will finally get off it fat backside and take some positive action against these people before the whole world ends up being at war. For it is clear that in Europe alone these people are making converts to their cause at an alarming rate, and if it is allowed to continue there will never be peace.

Roy.

The Syria Farce and the UN

Posted in Demonstration, Human Rights, Muslim, Security Council, UN, United Nations, World War 2 with tags , , , on 09/04/2012 by floroy1942

Honestly, did anyone really expect UN peace envoy Koffi Anan’s peace plan to work in Syria? Personally I didn’t believe it for a minute. It was an elaborate flop before it even got off the drawing board. Throughout all the world’s troubles in the last fifty years where the UN has been involved, very little has been achieved by this talk shop. The Syrian crisis of the past year is a prime example.

Assad in Obstinate Mood

Both Russia and China voted against measures of censure being taken against the Assad regime even though it was requested by the Arab League, and why, because Russia views Syria as an important strategic ally that buys billions of dollars worth of arms from them, and also provides a Mediterranean port for the Russian fleet. China also does does not want to damage its important trade ties with the Assad regime. So there  you have it, greed and self-interest! Of all the many times when the UN has been called upon to act against rogue states, civil wars and outright aggression, it has failed dismally on all but a few occasions.

Winston Churchill - Statesman Extraordinaire

Few people will know this, but the concept of the United Nations was the brainchild of Winston Churchill during the early years of World War 2. At his instigation it began life as the Inter-Allied Declaration of June 12 1941 between Churchill and President Roosevelt of the United States, declaring that both Britain and America would work together to destroy Nazi Germany. On August 12 1941 the Atlantic Charter was proclaimed by the two statesmen to give the world a set of conditions for the management of the post-war world once Germany had been defeated. It stated that all national boundaries would be respected and all Allied nations would work together to ensure world peace. It was later re-released with the inclusion of Japan after the Pearl Harbour attack as the Declaration of the United Nations  (Allies) after being co-signed by all 26 powers on the Allied side on January 1st 1942.

At meetings in Moscow on October 30 1943 the governments of the United Kingdom, the USA, Russia and China called for formation of an international organization to maintain peace and security throughout the entire world. This was reaffirmed at the Tehran Conference on December 1 1943.

Yalta Conference - October 1945

At joint conferences between 21 September and 7 October 1944 the final draft was thrashed out in Washington. Following the Yalta Conference on the 11th February 1945, Winston Churchill, President Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin declared their resolve to establish  “a general international organization to maintain peace and security” and on April 25 1945 the leaders of fifty nations stepped forward to sign the United Nations Charter which came into force on the 25th October 1945. The first meeting of all signatories took place on the 10th of January 1946 in Westminster Hall London.

Korean War 1950-1953

Since that time the UN has had to take action on several occasions. The first great test of the Council was the Korean War of 1950-1953 in which it made the decision to send an international force to stem the Communist North Korean invasion of South Korea. Since its creation, the United Nations has been directly involved in about thirty incidents or wars world-wide but sad to say, has failed in more than half to put an end to the trouble.

First UN Meeting - London 1946

This is in direct contradiction to the original aspirations for this body by Winston Churchill. He envisaged an international ‘powerhouse for peace’ with the express purpose of enforcing peace upon all nations. His idea was that any country bent on aggression would be completely shut off from the world, including its neighbours who would close all borders. By isolating the trouble-spot in this fashion he was of the opinion that wars between nations could be consigned to history. It did however assume that all nations would immediately agree to such a move. Unfortunately he did not take into account the modern attitude of greed and self-interest among the world’s nations – like Russia and China for example who, among others, have used their veto power to block legislation and action.

Another Ruthless Dictator

This of course brings us back to the current crisis in Syria. In the last year thousands have died, and there is no end in sight to the suffering inflicted on the Syrian people by its own government. It is a scenario often seen in the world today where a dictator will do whatever it takes to hang on to power. These individuals will stop at nothing, and do not care if their people are dying by the thousand from military action or from hunger and disease in places like Zimbabwe.

Blah Blah Blah!

As always, the United Nations becomes little more than a talking shop, where endless discussions are held and countless votes are cast, all in the name of humanity. I am not saying the UN does not do some good, for to say that would be to ignore many of the charitable campaigns it is involved in, such as feeding the starving. It has over the years however fallen far short of the lofty ideals of its creator Winston Churchill. 

What Really Goes On Behind The Smoke Screen?

In the meantime, Assad has agreed to countless proposals to stop the slaughter, but much like Iran and its nuclear programme, these are nothing more than a smoke screen and it is clear he will not stop until all protestors are either dead or in prison.

Casualty At Turkish Refugee Camp

Today reports are coming in that Syrian troops are firing at refugees across the borders in Turkey and Lebanon, and Human Rights Watch reports that one hundred civilians and protesters were summarily executed by Assad’s forces sometime in March

So you don’t have to wonder what Assad’s ‘master’ plan is for this crisis, he wants to win at any cost. Until an end comes to the violence by whatever means, the people of Syria continue to suffer and bleed with no end in sight. A sad indictment not only the toothless UN, but of our world today.

Roy. 

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