Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Arizona Immigration View Warned by UN

by Robert L. Gisel

The controversial Arizona State Immigration Law now is now condemned by the UN board of rights who has posted a warning from the United Nations' Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights which "released a scathing statement" scooped by this Yahoo News article.

The US is a member State of the United Nations. What this says is that we are equally part and parcel of Humanity and should support the principles ourselves. Set a good example is more than a good idea for this nation that historically has been the world's foremost symbol of Human Rights.

The US collaborated in the establishment of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Ethnic profiling was expressly prohibited by the UN International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. The UN International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families was also participated by the US.

A blogger ID Brenny makes this comment:

"First off...who gives a flip what the opinion of the UN is? They are in no way responsible for making USA laws and let's never give up our sovereignty and let them. That is one ineffective non-productive organization."

To which I say:

"You should care.

"The UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights was proposed by an American First Lady and accepted by the body of the UN. It parallels our Bills of Rights, the best thing to happen in human rights since the
Magna Carta.Only now it applies to the world scene. Without it you have free reign of bullies in power, totalitarian thugs, depraved men who torment and enslave people of good will. With it there is a means to reign in the lawless psychos. Unless you WANT to live the life of a horror film.

"We are not alone on this world. We have to live with everyone else. So why so critical of our fellow man? 80% of the people on the planet are persons of good will.

"If we don't support and embue life to the UN we don't care. What goes around comes around."

Mankind is mankind. The sovereignty of nations does not usurp that fact. If the UN is "useless" in uplifting mankind it could be relative to our own lack of support

It is time to get real and address the basic issue of why millions are sneaking across the US/Mexico border into US border states. What problem are they trying to solve?

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