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U.S. Tells U.N. It Discriminates Against Muslims, Blacks, Latinos

U.S. Tells U.N. It Discriminates Against Muslims, Blacks, Latinos

AUGUST 25, 2010

In a heartwarming admission of human rights violations in America, the Obama Administration has honorably self reported to the largely repressive international community a slew of discrimination against Muslims, blacks, Latinos, South Asians and Native Americans.

In the U.S. government’s first-ever report to the joke of a United Nations Human Rights Council—notorious for the oppressive regimes that comprise it—the administration also lists immigration and racial profiling by law enforcement agencies as a common problem in America. However, high unemployment rates, hate crimes, poverty, discriminatory hiring practices and poor housing among the previously mentioned minority groups are among the country’s worse offenses.

On a positive note, the president’s hostile takeover of the nation’s health care system is a major human rights advance that “makes great strides toward the goal that all Americans have access to quality, affordable health care,” according to the 29-page report delivered to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva a few days ago. Another major effort to right the wrong is Obama’s commitment to protecting the rights of members of Muslim, Arab and South Asian communities by actively combating discrimination and intolerance against them.

Also highlighted is the administration’s legal battle against Arizona’s immigration control law. The commander-in-chief opposes the new measure because he “recognizes that our ability to innovate, our ties to the world and our economic prosperity depend on our capacity to welcome and assimilate immigrants,” according to the report, which was brilliantly put together by the State Department with the help of leftist groups like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

The international community can also rest assured that members of Islamic terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda will be entitled to full protection under all applicable U.S. and international laws. To illustrate this commitment, the State Department lists three executive orders issued by Obama upon moving into the White House relating to detention and interrogation of terrorists as well as shutting down Guantanamo Bay prison.

There’s a good reason that the U.S. has for years refused to participate in the famously corrupt world body’s 47-member Human Rights Council; many of its members are among the world’s worst human rights violators, including Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Cuba, China and Russia. Obama chose to join in a desperate and pathetic effort to engage with the international community. Now the world can read all about how the evil United States oppresses minorities and Islamic terrorists.

 

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