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UN nothing more than a bunch of liberal politically correct do-nothings!

Reader comment on: Radical Islam and Rogue Regimes

Submitted by Debbie (United States), Nov 10, 2009 07:46

Most people don't pay attention to what the UN says anymore. They never seem to solve any problems for any nations, because of political correctness, which has put the honest nations at risk of being attacked by Islamic terrorists. They did nothing to stop Sadam Hussein and his tyranny against the curds, or against Saudi Arabia, when attacking their oil fields. He broke all kinds of resolutions. The same goes for Iran, Syria, N. Korea, and other Islamic nations. The United Nations is now the United Nothings. If a body of nations is ineffective in banning together and standing up for freedom, and saving good nations from tyranny, why even be recognized????


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⇒ UN nothing more than a bunch of liberal politically correct do-nothings! [112 words]

Debbie 

Nov 10, 2009 07:46

lies and more [113 words]

samuel 

Nov 4, 2009 05:40

The US should get out of the UN ASAP and the UN should be thrown out of the US! [62 words]

Barbara S.Dobbin 

Nov 3, 2009 11:31

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