The UN showed its ugly face in a social media post defending ANTIFA’s rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, wagging their finger at the U.S. Department of Justice for rightly labeling these thugs as domestic terrorists.
The United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) tweeted about it, and was flooded by angry responses, and then removed their post.
“UN Human Rights experts express profound concern over a recent statement by the US Attorney-General Bill Barr describing ANTIFA and other anti-fascist activists as domestic terrorists, saying it undermines the rights to freedom of expression and of peaceful assembly in the country.”
The U.N. Human Rights experts refer to their U.N. Human Rights Council, which U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, refers to as “a haven for dictators and the democracies that indulge them.”
The U.S. has already pulled out of that group. At the time, then-Ambassador Nikki Haley said, “This step is not a retreat from human rights commitments. On the contrary, we take this step because our commitment does not allow us to remain a part of a hypocritical and self-serving organization that makes a mockery of human rights.”
Secretary Pompeo said, “If the Council were serious about protecting human rights, there are plenty of legitimate needs for its attention, such as the systemic racial disparities in places like Cuba, China, and Iran.”
The UN’s unnamed experts probably include a regular cited by the organization, Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, who also happens to work as the Board Chair on George Soros’s Open Society Foundations Women Program.
How this all translates into the fabric of American life is via the UN organizations that happen to bind the country’s most convulsed cities together.
New York, Atlanta, Denver, Minneapolis and other Democratic strongholds all happen to be members of the Strong Cities Network, a global network of mayors and politicians, launched at the United Nations General Assembly in September, 2015. It is also no accident that ANTIFA’s rioting and vandalism are centered in these same cities.
But history tells us the real story of ANTIFA.
ANTIFA’s roots trace back to the waning days of Germany’s Weimar Republic when Adolf Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany in January, 1933. His platform of hope and change and universal healthcare to Germans, exhausted by economic depression and devaluation of the currency, ensured his victory.
The Communist Party of Germany (KPD) had touted itself as being the only true anti-fascist party in Germany. Antifaschistische Aktion was a Stalinist organization that was held together by the Soviet Comintern. Both the Communists and the Nazis battled to subvert the liberals in the Weimar Republic. When the KDP had gained the trust of the German people, the Communist citizens were the first to be paraded off to concentration camps.
A month after his election, Hilter set about to destabilize the country and subjugate its citizens through the use of mayhem and riots. The apex for Hitler was the arson of the Rheichstag, Germany’s Capitol Building, actually by the hands of Hitler’s own supporters. In true leftist fashion, Hitler did not let this crisis go to waste. He used the opportunity to set aside Germany’s Weimar Republic and suspend its citizens’ basic rights.
Hitler’s “Brownshirts”, a brown-uniformed secret police, organized protests and street riots, smashing windows, blocking traffic, setting fires, vandalizing, and even beating to death innocent bystanders to spread fear and panic. This was ANTIFA.
These thugs were exploited by Hitler as storm troopers who slaughtered innocents and kept people in a state of panic. In order to put citizenry at ease that he was cracking down on the lawlessness, Hitler’s SS and Gestapo secret police slaughtered the Brownshirts in the Night of the Long Knives.
Back to today, when the UN’s support of ANTIFA is producing a groundswell of demands by American taxpayers to defund the whole organization.
Social media comments show that Americans want the UN to know their proverbial lease (on Rockefeller-donated land) is up and they need to move on to another country. Some have offered alternate uses for the UN building, including converting the structure into a veterans’ home and hospital — or even as, most fittingly, as the Trump Presidential Library.
Last week’s decision of the UNHRC to investigate systemic racism and discrimination against people of color in the United States was in response to a petition by the family of George Floyd to investigate racism and police brutality in America.
Many Americans are asking why the United Nations Human Rights Council has not investigated the human rights abuses by Muslims who have taken over London, the land truly ruined by the long knives, as in the current spate of dishonorable stabbings around that city.
At least, do us the favor, and stay off our lawn.