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U.N. Votes Against US Decision On Jerusalem, Terrorist Group Hamas Thanks U.N. for Anti-Jewish Vote


Unlike previous Presidents, when President Trump says he will do something, count on it. I am proud of a President who stands up for us and our values. It’s my money, your money that goes to fund these savages who make a mockery of our compassion and humanity. Enough.

Ambassador Nikki Haley talked tough talk during United Nations remarks before a resolution vote that would condemn President Trump’s Jerusalem decision. “We will remember when so many countries come calling on us.”

The U.N. General Assembly voted 128-9 with 35 abstentions in favor of the resolution, a much smaller margin than the Palestinians hoped for, thanks to President Trump. And it’s way more than those nine, because if you look at the chart there are a number of countries that neither voted for, against, or abstained. They chose both do nothing. That is quiet support for us.

Clearly the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, a caliphate-inspired Muslim world body that votes as ONE, was a given. There was never any doubt that the 56 Jew-hating Muslim nations (plus the “Palestinian Authority”) would vote against the Jews. The other 71 are vassal states, those already conquered by the jihad force, such as Germany, France, UK, Denmark, Sweden, Norway — terrified of their Muslim populations (the Arab street in Europe.) Of course, the South American countries such as Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil and Chile would vote against the Jews; those countries were havens for Nazi war criminals after the Holocaust. This is not surprising. Much of the world sided with Hitler, too, until he started to lose, that is.

That Hamas, a genocidal terrorist group, is thanking the UN speaks to the evil of that world body. The great irony here is that the U.N. was established in the wake of the Holocaust. The objective was to ensure that it never happen again. The world has changed a great deal from the time of the United Nations’ birth in 1945, and so has the United Nations. Ironically, it seems to exist now only to ensure that it does. Sixty years ago, democracies, both nascent and well-established, comprised the majority of the founding nations of the UN. The members of the General Assembly were strategically aligned primarily along what would become the lines of the Cold War. America was confident that the UN would be an organization which would work in tandem with American national interests in promoting the welfare of humankind and the basic rights of every human spirit.

That did not happen.

Cut them off. The fact is that Europe is on a steep decline. America, in the Trump era, is on the ascent again. This was not a smart move for many of these countries.

The good news is that these cretins have no say over us.

Ambassador Nikki Haley’s speech:

Thank you, Mr. President.

To its shame, the United Nations has long been a hostile place for the state of Israel. Both the current and the previous Secretary-Generals have objected to the UN’s disproportionate focus on Israel. It’s a wrong that undermines the credibility of this institution, and that in turn is harmful for the entire world.

I’ve often wondered why, in the face of such hostility, Israel has chosen to remain a member of this body. And then I remember that Israel has chosen to remain in this institution because it’s important to stand up for yourself. Israel must stand up for its own survival as a nation; but it also stands up for the ideals of freedom and human dignity that the United Nations is supposed to be about.

Standing here today, being forced to defend sovereignty and the integrity of my country – the United States of America – many of the same thoughts have come to mind. The United States is by far the single largest contributor to the United Nations and its agencies. We do this, in part, in order to advance our values and our interests. When that happens, our participation in the UN produces great good for the world. Together we feed, clothe, and educate desperate people. We nurture and sustain fragile peace in conflict areas throughout the world. And we hold outlaw regimes accountable. We do this because it represents who we are. It is our American way.

But we’ll be honest with you. When we make generous contributions to the UN, we also have a legitimate expectation that our good will is recognized and respected. When a nation is singled out for attack in this organization, that nation is disrespected. What’s more, that nation is asked to pay for the “privilege” of being disrespected.

In the case of the United States, we are asked to pay more than anyone else for that dubious privilege. Unlike in some UN member countries, the United States government is answerable to its people. As such, we have an obligation to acknowledge when our political and financial capital is being poorly spent.

We have an obligation to demand more for our investment. And if our investment fails, we have an obligation to spend our resources in more productive ways. Those are the thoughts that come to mind when we consider the resolution before us today.

The arguments about the President’s decision to move the American embassy to Jerusalem have already been made. They are by now well known. The decision was in accordance to U.S. law dating back to 1995, and it’s position has been repeatedly endorsed by the American people ever since. The decision does not prejudge any final status issues, including Jerusalem’s boundaries. The decision does not preclude a two-state solution, if the parties agree to that. The decision does nothing to harm peace efforts. Rather, the President’s decision reflects the will of the American people and our right as a nation to choose the location of our embassy. There is no need to describe it further.

Instead, there is a larger point to make. The United States will remember this day in which it was singled out for attack in the General Assembly for the very act of exercising our right as a sovereign nation. We will remember it when we are called upon to once again make the world’s largest contribution to the United Nations. And we will remember it when so many countries come calling on us, as they so often do, to pay even more and to use our influence for their benefit.

America will put our embassy in Jerusalem. That is what the American people want us to do, and it is the right thing to do. No vote in the United Nations will make any difference on that.

But this vote will make a difference on how Americans look at the UN and on how we look at countries who disrespect us in the UN. And this vote will be remembered.

Thank you.


ABC News, December 21, 2017:

The Latest on the U.N. vote on Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and related developments (all times local):

2 p.m.

The Islamic militant group Hamas is welcoming a U.N. General Assembly resolution calling the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital “null and void.”

In a statement, spokesman Fawzi Barhoum calls the resolution “a step in the right direction” and “a blow to (President Donald) Trump’s announcement.” He says the resolution emphasizes “the Palestinian right to the holy city.”

Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, seeks a state in all of historic Palestine, including what is now Israel. The Western-backed Palestinian Authority, under President Mahmoud Abbas, claims Gaza and the West Bank as part of a future Palestinian state, with east Jerusalem as capital.

Israel views Jerusalem as its undivided capital.

The General Assembly voted 128-9 with 35 abstentions in favor of the non-binding resolution.


1:25 p.m.

An aide to the Palestinian president is thanking countries that voted in favor of a U.N. resolution countering the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital “despite all the pressure exerted on them.”

Nabil Abu Rdeneh, a senior adviser to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, appeared to be referring to a threat by President Donald Trump to cut off U.S. funding to countries that support the resolution, which called Trump’s Jerusalem recognition “null and void.”

Abu Rdeneh says in a statement Thursday to the official Wafa news agency that the vote reflects the support the Palestinians enjoy in the international community. He says the Palestinians will continue their efforts in international forums to help create a Palestinian state.

The U.N. General Assembly voted 128-9 with 35 abstentions in favor of the resolution, a smaller margin than the Palestinians hoped for, likely reflecting U.S. threats to cut funding for those who voted “yes.”


1:15 p.m.

Israel’s prime minister says he completely rejects the “preposterous” U.N. resolution declaring the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital as “null and void.”

Benjamin Netanyahu says in a video posted to Facebook that Jerusalem “always was, always will be” Israel’s capital. He also says he appreciates that “a growing number of countries refuse to participate in this theater of the absurd.”

Netanyahu is thanking President Donald Trump for his “stalwart defense of Israel.”

Trump’s declaration on Dec. 6 departed from decades of U.S. policy, and international consensus, that the fate of Jerusalem should be decided through negotiations.

Jerusalem lies at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Israel sees the city as its undivided capital. The Palestinians claim east Jerusalem, home to key Muslim, Jewish and Christian holy sites, as their capital.


12:35 p.m.

The U.N. General Assembly has voted 128-9 with 35 abstentions to declare President Donald Trump’s declaration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital “null and void.”

Thursday’s vote, while a victory for the Palestinians, was significantly lower than its supporters had hoped for, with many forecasting at least 150 “yes” votes. It is noteworthy that 21 countries were absent.

In that sense, it was a victory for the United States, with Trump’s threat to cut off U.S. funding to countries that oppose his decision having an impact.


11:20 a.m.

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley is threatening the 193 U.N. member states and the United Nations with funding cuts if the U.N. General Assembly approves a resolution calling President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital “null and void.”

Haley tells an emergency meeting of the assembly that “no vote in the United Nations will make any difference” on the U.S. decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem, which will go ahead because “it is the right thing to do.”

She says “the United States will remember this day in which it was singled out for attack in the General Assembly for the very right of exercising our right as a sovereign nation.”

“We will remember it when we are called upon once again to make the world’s largest contribution to the United Nations,” she says. “And we will remember when so many countries come calling on us, as they so often do, to pay even more and to use our influence for their benefit.”

Haley says Thursday’s vote “will make a difference on how Americans look at the U.N. and on how we look at countries who disrespect us in the U.N., and this vote will be remembered.”


11 a.m.

Yemen’s U.N. ambassador is introducing the U.N. resolution calling the U.S. decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital “null and void” and urging all “peace-loving countries” to vote in favor of it.

Ambassador Khaled Hussein Mohamed Alyemany calls President Donald Trump’s action “a blatant violation of the rights of the Palestinian people and the Arab nations, and all Muslims and Christians of the world.”

Alyemany, speaking as chair of the Arab Group at the U.N., is the first speaker at an emergency meeting of the U.N. General Assembly.

He says the U.S. decision “is considered a dangerous violation and breach of international law.”

Alyemany says it threatens peace in the world, undermines any chance for peace in the Mideast “and only serves to fan the fires of violence and extremism.”


7:35 a.m.

Turkey’s president has heavily criticized U.S. President Donald Trump for threatening to cut off U.S. funding to countries that oppose his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he hopes the United States will be “taught a lesson” during a United Nations vote on the issue.

Speaking at a cultural awards ceremony in Ankara on Thursday, Erdogan accused Trump of seeking countries whose “decisions can be bought with dollars.”

Erdogan says: “Mr Trump, you cannot buy Turkey’s democratic will with your dollars. Our decision is clear.”

He adds: “I call on the whole world: Don’t you dare sell your democratic struggle and your will for petty dollars.”

Erdogan has been among the most vocal critics of Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem.

The resolution being voted on Thursday is co-sponsored by Turkey, chair of the summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and Yemen, chair of the Arab Group at the U.N.


5:45 a.m.

Israel’s prime minister is blasting the United Nations as a “house of lies” ahead of a vote to reject President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.

Acknowledging that the resolution will likely pass by a wide margin, Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that Israel “completely rejects this vote before it is made.”

Trump’s declaration on Dec. 6 departed from decades of U.S. policy, and international consensus, that the fate of Jerusalem should be decided through negotiations. Netanyahu says Jerusalem is Israel’s capital regardless of the outcome of Thursday’s vote.

The Palestinians turned to the General Assembly after the U.S. vetoed a Security Council resolution calling on Trump to rescind his decision.

The Palestinians claim east Jerusalem, home to key Muslim, Jewish and Christian holy sites, as their capital.


1 a.m.

President Donald Trump’s threat to cut off U.S. funding to countries that oppose his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has raised the stakes in Thursday’s U.N. vote and sparked criticism at his tactics, which one Muslim group called bullying or blackmail.

Trump went a step further than U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley who hinted in a tweet and a letter to most of the 193 U.N. member states on Tuesday that the U.S. would retaliate against countries that vote in favor of a General Assembly resolution calling on the president to rescind his decision.

Haley says the president asked her to report back on countries “who voted against us” — and she stressed that the United States “will be taking names.”


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  • redpilldebtslave

    Take their money away. We need to focus on our problems. We give them all some amount of money.

  • Donna E Turner

    Cut the funding of all the traitors.

    • Achmed

      Hi, Donna. You cannot really call a foreign sovereign nation a “traitor”. You could call them allies that are NOT allies. Nations, from which the US should ban all entry. You can call them piles of drek. The traitors are those, in the US, that go against the policy of recognizing Jerusalem and our moving our embassy there. Those ARE the traitors. By the way, Fork the UN … move the UN to Saudi Arabia.

      • felix1999

        It’s mainly MUSLIM countries and EU countries plus the U.k..

      • Kalambong Kalambong

        No, we do not call nations ‘traitor’


        Here is one of the cabal nations —


        “Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said that Malaysia is not afraid even if there are countries that decide to take diplomatic actions following the country’s decision to vote against the US on the Jerusalem issue”

        Meaning: The deputy prime minister of Malaysia has challenged the USA to take actions on his country

        “Asked if the US decision to withhold aid provided to countries who voted against it on the Jerusalem issue will affect Malaysia, Zahid said that Malaysia did not received much aid from the US, in fact, Malaysia is among the countries that provides similar aid to other countries”

        Meaning: That fella boasts that Malaysia is wealthy and not needing any help from the United States

        Since Malaysia flips its ‘bird’ at the US of A, I demand that we cut off all funding, all FDI and all trade with that cabal nation

        The truth is, without our investment, without us buying their products, Malaysia’s economy will crash within 6 months



        The proofs are listed below

        If you are interested, read on ..


        Fact :
        Malaysia profited from trade with USA to a tune of $24.8 Billion in 2016, and in the first 10 months of 2017, Malaysia again made over $19.8 Billion by trading with us


        Fact :
        Figure from 2014 indicates that US among top three investors in Malaysia

        Fact :
        … With regard to position as at end 2014, FDI investment was mainly originated from Singapore, Japan, Netherlands, USA and Norway which amounted to a total of RM257.7 billion or 55.1 per cent of total position in Malaysia …

        • Achmed

          Fascinating statistics. I’m all for putting them on the extreme vetting list. Thanks for the links and posted information.

        • Marillion

          F minus for Malaysia.

          Home of the Allah for Muslim use only lawmaker Razak. Also known as the 1 billion dollar man (re his graft schemes and diversion of state monies into his offshore accounts that were exposed).

      • dad1927
        • Achmed

          Axis, it is.

        • Rob Porter

          American dregs of humanity, all of them! Barack Obama types, the enemy within, liars all, like Muslims generally, a cancer in any society, haters of their own country, destroyers of their own country, people who call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Devoid of vision, follow their foolishness and you perish. Add CNN’s Jake Tapper to the list, another ass who thinks that America should not upset the Arab League and Palestinians. Has anyone ever seen balance, sanity or progress toward peace through the Arab League or the Palestinians? Their destruction Muslim hatred speaks for itself.

      • mezcukor

        I agree

      • Alex Delarge

        Traitors to humanity and good.

        • Achmed Mohammedan

          Well spoken, Alex Delarge. Well said.

    • Trump can’t ban islam

      an islamic era is coming upon the world. every corner of the world is being flooded with muslims.
      the hand of mohammad is strong.
      you can run, but you can’t hide!
      muslim population in USA:
      2001: 0,9%
      2010: 2,6%
      2017: 4,1%….. and GROWING!
      Islam will dominate

      • J-Rene’

        Until newly formed European Superpower rises in storm-fury to put a decisive END to the endless provocations and outrages, spewing out from Radical Islam — and answer its bloody Jihad scimitar with fierce crusader sword!

        • aebe

          Unfortunate that there will be no European super anything . Poland and a few other nations have the fortitude , the west has given itself to madness .

          • Achmed

            Don’t sell the Poles short …. There’s another Jan III Sobieski putting on his armor and readying his hussars, at this very moment.

          • aebe

            Not at all . And they will not need to travel all the way to Austria for their next whack at islamites . How many Poles/islamites ? Other than Poland’s knights being outnumbered , I cannot remember .

          • mezcukor

            Very true

        • famouswolf

          And finish the job this time…PLEASE. Can’t wait. All the young women in Europe whose lives are being ruined by these apes is heartbreaking. It’s also heartbreaking that the apes are only getting started, and apparently have already cowed the entire continent of Europe. I guess my old Dad was right and all the balls in Europe migrated to become Americans, a long time ago. No warrior genes left in Europe…and if they want to prove that wrong, THEY BEST GET WITH IT.
          The OIC says jump, the Euroweenies ask ‘how high’. Palestinians, what a joke. Moslems, what a very bad joke, that they pretend to be victims. Then there are the weak sisters on BOTH sides of the Atlantic that want to bend over for more.
          SPIT, on the whole pile of maggots.

          • dad1927

            Somalis are the greatest victims in the world when you catch one doing a crime.

      • Janet

        The hell they will! Not in this country anyway. Muhammad’s hand? He’s rotting away in a grave somewhere and that’s about it. Why don’t you pick up a Bible and read the New Testament. You just might learn something!

        • Lysy

          Hand od mohammad is smeared in s*it, since the muzz don’t use toilet paper!
          Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition! Let’s play cowboys and muslims!

      • Mark Steiner

        Romans 1:18: For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold (supress) the truth in unrighteousness.

      • Lysy

        Then we will commence the game of ‘cowboys and muslims’!!!…ask Indians how it ends!

      • aebe

        Hogwash !
        ( Mo’Ham,Mud’s favorite time of the day )

      • SRN99

        Mohammad this filthy pedophile is dead and burning in hell.
        99% of muslims are waiting to abandon this worthless cult
        The 1% stupid fanatics are being crushed like cockcroaches daily.

      • felix1999

        Muslims will dominate in hell, where they belong.

      • Drew the Infidel

        Your ass! Mohammad was a flawed mortal just like everyone else. Religion without morality is a superstition.

        • aebe

          ” Religion without” Well worth saving .

      • Achmed

        Hi, Trump can’t ban islam. Where do you get your statistics. In 2016, the US population of moslem vermin was 3.3 million …around 1%. The way your lying … it lends credence to the worldwide moslem population being less than half a billion.

        • Bob Smith

          No one even knows what a true Muslim is… they play ‘No True Scotsman’ all day long. And this…

          • Achmed

            So, what is a moslem, if there is 1.7 billion of ’em? Thanks, Bob, I enjoyed it.

      • aebe

        The only thing growing are the hemorrhoids servicing your billy goat has given you .

      • bruce the goose

        Islam can’t dominate the city dump, that crap don’t fly in the USA we will cut you to pieces

      • Bob Smith

        Those statistics are fake so dream on. And it’s fortunate that they’re fake because Islam would turn the whole would into a hellhole like it did to the Middle East, North Africa and parts of Asia. No Islam for me. I’m finished with fairy tales.

    • Suresh

      Agree. And UN has some of the worst human rights pro-jihadi anti-semites in the “human rights ” panel . Just shows what a jihadi farce UN has become.

      Turkey allows harvesting of organs from refugees and killing them in the process

      ….And that includes killing children too ! And even UN was aware of it for over 3 years but kept blaming syrian govt !

    • PurpleGiraffe

      I wonder why India voted against,despite being a strategic partner for both Israel and the U.S.

      • Achmed

        They’ve been having a great many problems with their moslem infestation. Don’t make the vermin angry.

        • mezcukor

          I agree . Some of these coward nations are afraid of ” their Muslims”

          • aebe

            Is that why India kicks Pakinstani butt ? The problem in that part of the world is the same one inflicting itself on the west , too many islamites to deal with nicely .

      • oldmonk

        I, as an Indian am ashamed that India voted for the resolution. It should have been possible to vote against it (i.e. support the US position) and still prevent muslims from rioting.

        • PurpleGiraffe

          Understandable.Just discovered from another PIO that there is a lot of pressure on Mr.Modi from the Muslims and he has to make a balancing act.Whatever is taking place on the streets of the U.S. is aped in India as well.Regards,

      • dad1927

        muslims in the country will attack it

    • dad1927
      • mztore

        Number 1, there was no such word as islamophobia until mudslimes started crying that their feelings were hurt because of a nations feelings. Number 2, canada (the government, not the people) has NEVER been a ‘friend’ of the U.S.A.

      • aebe

        Rights and Freedoms include being defenseless before the horde Trueducks is welcoming ?

      • Wayne Rennie

        she is a muslim pig and a cocksuckerhave a merrychristmass slut and go back to Pakistan or what ever muslimmonkey country you are from and happy m103

    • spfoam1

      3 different dictionaries…

      Traitor: a person who betrays a friend, country, principle, etc.
      Traitor: one who betrays another’s trust or is false to an obligation or duty.
      Traitor: A person who betrays someone or something, such as a friend, cause, or principle.

      Countries we considered friends or allies that vote against us this way are indeed traitors. That was the right word to use.

      • Achmed

        Hello, spfoam1. Yes, even an acquaintance, not necessarily a friend, that betrays a trust is a traitor, as in “to betray”. However, I was looking at the use as “hanged by the neck until dead” traitor. I stand corrected. Definitely not the first time that I have been wrong .. and unless I die soon, most assuredly, not the last. Thanks for the correction.

        • spfoam1

          My intent was to support, not to correct. A traitor to the country is certainly a traitor, but not the only kind of traitor. I didn’t correct anyone.

          • Achmed

            You typed truth positive.

  • Dennis

    Nickki Haley was brilliant in her comments about the “slap in the face” intended by the resolution. I applaud her statements and I am hoping that our leaders will, in fact, use the power of the purse to “punish” those nations who voted in favor of that resolution. I respectfully believe that even those that abstained should suffer from the consequences of their act. For too long little Israel has been the whipping boy at the U.N., which is now led by the Arab/Islamic world. Notwithstanding that Israel is always one of the first countries to offer assistance and aid to countries around the world who have been dealt a disaster of some sought, the world seems to consistently bad mouth this small country. Notwithstanding that Israel has become a technological and agricultural marvel and has willingly shared its productivity with the rest of the world, they are shunned. Notwithstanding that Israel could help the struggling economies, especially it’s Arab neighbors, they are terror attacked by the same people who might gain so much by trying to cooperate with Israel. The irony is mind boggling. Unfortunately, the Arab mentality is unlikely to ever change. The Arabs will continuously fail to accept the reality that Israel is there to stay, that their claim that Israel is an occupier is bogus and foolish, and that their inability to accept a livable partnership with this little nation is absolutely not in the best interests of the people of the West Bank and Gaza, all of which will have a continuing negative affect on their people, which seems to be a reality that the Arab leadership just cannot comprehend. Though the answer is peace and cooperation between these parties, that will not happen unless the Arab’s see the light. Trump’s move should have been taken as an event that should have moved the Arab world towards an understanding that their best interests would best be served by resolution of this “conflict,” compromise and cooperation to benefit all sides by ending the vitriol that exists and kills off any reasonable possibility of resolution. Clearly, as reflected in this recent U.N. resolution, the Arab world just cannot see that light at the end of the tunnel.

    • Mahou Shoujo

      The light at the end of the arab muslim tunnel is a freight train that will not slow down.

      • Mark Steiner

        Love riding the rails, Mahou. Get me on that train – with a comfy parlor car and an elegant dining car.

        • Mahou Shoujo

          Travel by rail with a decent dining car is the definition of luxury.

    • CreoleGumbo

      “I am hoping that our leaders will…use the power of the purse to “punish” those nations who voted in favor of that resolution.”

      Thanks for writing this great comment but I must say that my hope is that we just get out of the UN altogether. The US pays 22% of the UN budget and 28% of the “peacekeeping” budget.

  • Surak

    Here’s a map I created showing the results of the vote.
    Blue countries are those identified at any time within the last 10 years by the US State Department as state sponsors of terrorism. None of these countries recognize Israel.
    Purple countries are those that do not recognize Israel, although they are not identified as state sponsors of terrorism.
    All blue and purple countries voted for the UNGA resolution.
    Red countries do recognize Israel, but voted for the UNGA resolution anyway.
    Note that many purple and red countries are heavily dependent upon America for their defense.
    Pink countries formally abstained from the vote, or did not attend the vote.
    Orange countries voted with America and Israel against the resolution. There are very few of them; many are Pacific island countries.
    Yellow countries unequivocally recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. This includes Taiwan, which is not a UN member.

    • DemocracyRules

      Great map! Thanks!
      – point of detail
      – the US will move the embassy
      – but has not formally recognized Jerusalem as the capital

      • Surak

        Um… I thought that was the point of POTUS’s statement two weeks ago – he recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel – that’s why the Muslims are rioting!

        • DemocracyRules

          I know, I thought so too. But recently Atlas Shrugs ran a story that showed the US is still not formally recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
          – It’s one thing to move an embassy
          – and another thing to formally recognize the capital city
          – probably another Trump card to play with the Palestinians
          – who still get about $1 billion/yr from the US.

          • Surak

            I’d like to see the reference for that. Meanwhile, Robert Spencer posted the transcript for POTUS’s speech:

            “Therefore, I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.”

            That’s his word.

          • DemocracyRules

            Here’s the link:
            U.S. Still Won’t List Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital on Official Docs, Passports, Maps

            The United States still will not formally recognize Jerusalem as being located in Israel on official documents, maps, and passports, despite President Donald Trump’s announcement earlier this week that America is formally recognizing the holy city as Israel’s capital, according to State Department officials …

            And Season’s Greetings!

          • MAS01

            Sounds like it’s time to fire some State Department officials.

          • Surak

            That’s the way, uh-huh, uh-huh, I like it, uh-huh, uh-huh!

          • Janet

            Why are we giving them one dime? That’s outrageous. They are terrorists plain and simple. They teach their children to hate Jews from the moment they can walk and talk. They are truly evil!

          • Mark Steiner

            Here is one place overdue to pull the plug on this waste.

        • Dede Miller

          When have they stopped rioting, raping, killing? Maybe my Christmas wish will come true after 40+ years and Trump will get us out of the UN and the UN out of the USA

          • Surak

            Hear, hear!

    • aebe

      Good thing that Alaska is on our side !

  • Michael Buley

    F the UN.

    muslims need zero ‘provocation,’ as we know. That we exist, that Jews exist, Christians exist, IS reason for their perpetual jihad.

    May islam somehow, some way, be extinguished in this world. It is the worst of human nature, and that is all it is. We all have dark sides and polarities. And there is a balance is there, or a struggle for that balance. Under islam, there is no struggle for balance. It is the ideology that succumbs to, and embraces, the evil in human nature.

    Thank you, President Trump, for honoring your word — again.

  • robert v g

    Time to end friendly relations w. Egypt,Peru etc.immediately.

    • Liatris Spicata

      Robert, America’s relations with these and other countries span an array of mutual interests. While we should not forget this slap in the face, and it might change our stance toward some nations, international diplomacy is a far more nuanced thing than your simple prescription suggests.

      • robert v g

        I want to send a big message while we’ve got the time.I’m big-time sick of Kerry-style yak-yak.

      • DemocracyRules

        Still, a zero-based budget approach is better than throwing money at kleptocrats

    • mztore

      Again, I’ve never in my life understood why the United States always tried to buy friends. One doesn’t buy friendship. It is either there or it isn’t, and from the looks of things… ain’t there with most countries, so why “pay” them?

  • wildjew

    Scholars and legal experts tell us UN Resolutions are “international law” even if they overturn prior treaties and legal instruments protected by the United Nations. So now we are to believe the United Nations made the United States’ declaration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital “null and void.” This is international law, right? Or is it?

    • DemocracyRules

      “International Law” = Imaginary Law
      – unless both parties agree to the ‘law’.
      – example: UN Declaration on Human Rights
      – totally ignored by Iran, North Korea, etc.
      – no negative consequences
      – even in despotic countries that signed the Declaration

  • Shut down the traitors U.N., dominated by 56(+1) Islamic dictatorships, tyrants & kleptocrats (looting)

  • DemocracyRules
  • Hans

    This will turn out to be a good thing in the end, the OIC and EU all hate democracy so lets get this shell game over with and pull the plug on UN and destroy it.

  • Voytek Gagalka

    That the OIC and those practically conquered by Islam European countries (plus Russia) will vote as one block of concrete against the US, we know that and we take it for granted. But on what those way too many “middle of the road” countries voting “safely” with abstention are counting for? To please Islamic world? NOTHING WILL PLEASE MOHAMMEDANS! NOTHING: safe conversion, subjugation or death. They might regret that moment of indecision (playing “safe”) some time in near future. And they will deserve fully the outcome.

  • Liatris Spicata

    One of our closest allies, Canada, headed for the tall grass, and discretely abstained on this one. No sirree, Canadians are not ones to take a stand,

    • DemocracyRules

      – Australia abstained too

      • tatka150

        Shame on Australia. BTW today somebody plowed to the crowd on truck there. Australian citizen of Afghanistan. I guess they shouldn’t abstain

        • Drew the Infidel

          Agreed. The government came up with the well-practiced lie of “mental illness” to try to gloss over what we all have already figured out.

          • OverIt

            The police were saying “Nothing to do with…” before the truck had even come to a halt.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        My shame over Canada’s abandonment of America is boundless. trudeau is once again abandoning his friends and allies for the ignorance of islam. This will cost him a lot.

        • CreoleGumbo

          I certainly hope that it does.

      • Bob Smith

        And this saddens me. I thought the Australian government would stand up for what’s right on this.

    • Marianne

      They would have taken a stand for Jerusalem and Israel if Stephen Harper was still Prime Minister. The stoners voted in Trudeau because he’d legalize pot, and this is what they got.

      • Janet

        Absolutely right!

  • traci94

    We need to get out of the UN and cut off ALL funding to them. I really don’t think that most people know how truly evil this group is, but this organization needs to be exposed. It’s unbelievable that countries such as Saudi Arabia sit on the human rights council and have the audacity to censure Israel.

    • CreoleGumbo

      I fully agree with you Traci. We should get out of the UN – and stop providing “aid” to Saudi Arabia and all of these countries who voted against us not only via UN contributions but direct contributions as well.

  • DemocracyRules

    Ready and Waiting:
    The Community of Democracies
    Make them bigger, and make the UN smaller

  • Maranatha

    It was prophesied:

    Zechariah 12:3
    3 It will happen in that day, that I will make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all the peoples. All who burden themselves with it will be severely wounded, and ALL THE NATIONS of the earth will be gathered together against it.

    • J-Rene’

      Other revealing references added, this passage of ancient prophecy, can be read to imply a reestablished Jewish Homeland—foretold millennia past. And furthermore, that there would be heated controversy swirling around the natural location of its Capital City—Jerusalem. So it is, a focal-point and battleground of world views.

    • VoiceInDesert

      Ah, the Good News summed up in Zechariah 12:9 (ESV): “And on that day I [the LORD] will seek to destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem.”

  • John Rogers

    Strange that all those Jew hating countries love Jewish and Israeli innovations.. Such hypocrites! They should give up using cellphones and go back to landlines. Instead of fighting cancer with drugs made by TEVA they should go back to camel urine or herbs. They should not watch movies created by American movie studios started by Jews.

  • Maranatha

    The engine that runs history is the hatred for the People of God,….and is taking momentum this century.

  • brainiac marco


  • Mahou Shoujo

    Take names, kick asses.

  • J-Rene’

    “Guatemala, Honduras, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau & Togo”, — Thank You for recognizing the Jewish people’s right to their Capital City. — As once it was their ancient ancestral City. (Sung this time of year, “Once in Royal David’s City”, named after the JEWISH king of ancient Israel.) You may not rank among the “great” nations, but your honorable decision brought measure of greatness to you. “And it [was] the right thing to do.” (International gangsters, socialists, tyrants, terrorists, the craven, and hate filled populations, notwithstanding.) — In the “House of Lies”, shame upon the heads of those who dishonorably voted against reality — AND HISTORY. — Men lie, but written witness of ancient text, and, especially, hard testimony from buried earth, dispassionately illuminates truth of the past, no matter spin of current bias, or shadow of deceit — and groundless falsehoods! ~~~ Illustrious(?) United Nations: how are they united, and against what and whom do they oft make treacherous league? Unprincipled votes do tell, disgraceful actions have revealed — villainy in the UN “theater of the absurd”. Corrupt World Body, substantially funded by the hated United States, whence it has been so generously served. ~~~ Hats off to the US President for his bold action — and praise to his UN Ambassador, Ms Nikki Haley, for her brave stand!

    • Janet

      Well said!

  • #boycottpaperchase

    I’m wondering about the UK voting for this. So far the UK just does lip service to the the easy stuff such as condemning Trump’s tweets, but for the bigger stuff such as his visit, then we support that because of the special relationship.

    This can only be to keep the current Conservative government in power to take us through Brexit, and not risk a shift to the left wing by loads of Muslims and deluded students suddenly voting in a left wing government over this issue which they know nothing about and if they did know something about it, they’d quickly want to forget it.

  • freewoman

    they just saved us a lot of money

  • Marianne

    It is just as J.B. Mathews, former chief investigator for the House Un-American Activities Committee, declared that “the United Nations could not be less of a cruel hoax if it had been organized in Hell for the sole purpose of aiding and abetting the destruction of the United States.”

    See who sits on ALL the UN councils – almost 100% islamic and despotic nations.
    The UN Human Rights Council, Members include: China, Congo, Cote D’Ivoire, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela.

    Muslim nations in the UN:
    Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Brunei Darussalam, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Comoros, Côte D’Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyz Republic, Lebanon, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Suriname, Syrian Arab Republic, Tajikistan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, and Yemen.

  • Janet

    These idiots need to pick up a Bible. Jerusalem belongs to the Jews. We are a sovereign nation and should be able to put our embassy wherever we want. They don’t tell us what to do. So now what happens?

  • NYgal

    Out of all the countries in the world, aside from the US and Israel, only seven countries had joined them. Since there were not even 10 righteous countries to be found in the whole of the UN, lets hope the God doesn’t decide to scrap the entire project Earth, but the 9.

    Looking at what’s going in Europe, one can not help but note that the Europeans are actually working on their own destruction. It’s an insane behavior, but Europeans are diligently pursuing it.

  • felix1999

    Time to cut off ALL countries that voted against the U.S..
    We are a sovereign country and place our embassy where we please. Israel has the right, also as a sovereign country to have it’s capital finally recognized.
    They take our money then stab us in the back!

    All these years we didn’t act on the 1995 Jerusalem Embassy Act, didn’t offer peace. Moving our embassy there and acknowledging Israels capital will have no effect on ANY peace process EXCEPT to show how it is about HATING Israel and Jews there. It has ALWAYS been about hating Jews.

    DEFUND all the countries and LEAVE the U.N.. Kick the U.N. off our soil. Sell the building too! END the U.N.!

  • felix1999

    Only NINE countries voted AGAINST the resolution.
    They are:

    1. Guatemala
    2. Hondorous
    3. Israel
    4. Marshall Islands
    5. Micronesia
    6. Nauru
    7. Palau
    8. Togo
    9. U.S.

    • Jennifer Katz

      the righteous are always too few…

  • Alleged-Comment

    We should now save BILLIONS!! What a Christmass we’ll have. When will we get our refunds from this??? Must amount to (at least) $5000 for each family.

    I’m gonna get a NEW computer. Or maybe a down payment for a new car! What are you guys getting??

    • OverIt

      Get somebody you know to explain “consolidated revenue” to you.

  • Buck

    No money no aide to any who voted against the USA . Buck a Christian 100% disabled Vietnam veteran ⚔??⚔ right wing republican lifetime member of the NRA and friend to Israel

  • robert v g

    Glad we can still help Mongolia.Too bad for others.Now would be good time for tell Nato we’re quitting. Bye.

  • Dorrie

    The UN building doesn’t belong on U.S. soil. That plot of land in NYC could be used for something far more beneficial to Americans.

    • Drew the Infidel

      Agreed. That plot of prime Manhattan property was donated by the Rockefeller family. It should sell quickly after the UN moves to one of the sh*t holes that voted against us.

  • Drew the Infidel

    The UN, a joke in every sense of the word, can pass all its prejudicial resolutions it wants, and to no meaningful effect. I can pass gas and have a more profound and beneficial effect.

  • CDR

    We should remember that they are about 56 countries in the world that are Muslim. That said, we should cut funding to every country that voted against us and is trying to tell us what to do. We are a sovereign nation. They have no authority to dictate to us. Let’s cut funding for the UN while we’re at it.

  • VoiceInDesert

    Here is a clip from an article in

    President Trump declared that the U.N. and nations that supported the resolution should expect consequences.

    “They take hundreds of millions of dollars and even billions of dollars, and then they vote against us. Well, we’re watching those votes. Let them vote against us. We’ll save a lot. We don’t care,” he said Wednesday. “This isn’t like it used to be where they could vote against you and then you pay them hundreds of millions of dollars and nobody knows what they’re doing.

    “People are tired of the United States – people that live here that are great citizens that love this country – they’re tired of this country being taken advantage of. And we’re not going to be taken advantage of any longer.”

  • dad1927

    we will cease sending them money. Canada under Imam Trudeau are a bunch of yellow cowards in that muslim-liberal party.. The Chinese gave the little potato a spanking and sent him home… The CDN minister of imm. is a muslim, and he said reporting that muslim beating his wife with a hockey stick was as big of crime as beating that woman. 2019 is coming and we will send Tru dogh back to drama class…

  • Robert Hope

    Typically every year there is a natural disaster that affects some poor miserable country. Invariably it is usually a sh*t hole Muslim dominated country. I’m sure 2018 will be no different. When that happens , let’s keep in mind those countries that voted against the US . When they are crying to the world for help . tell them to get help from their OIC brothers and the other aholes who voted against the US. There are better ways to spend American dollars.

  • Trump should personally call every one of these parasites (including the UK and Canada) and tell them to go shoe a goose. No more money for you. You have 24 hours to leave the U.S.

  • volksnut

    We need to kick those bloodsucking parasites the hell out of this country – Let them try to go find another ” host ” they can try to suck dry

  • Dagonet

    So the US is sending $ to the UN and UN member nations? WTF are they doing with it?

  • Rob Porter

    Hopefully Donald Trump will finally take note of the words and attitude of Turkey’s Recep Erdogan and act accordingly. This ugly bag of Islamic filth needs to be brought to heel. The visionless, dishonest and cowardly Theresa May is going to make her country feel the consequences. Most favoured nation status for Britain is evaporating to the detriment of an old ally who today caters to treacherous Muslims who murder and rape in her country while she says that Britain’s Muslims are “law abiding” and “peaceful”. What kind of imbeciles believe her and such lies? As to the rest, who should be surprised. For more than 50 years the U.N. had been declining and now with the dominance of the Muslim bloc of counties it’s a mostly worthless organization that should be skuttled. As to Americans who worry about upsetting the Muslim world, please, go back to sleep, you opinion is not worth a bean.

  • Cecelia Henderson

    Well, it’s nice to know who your friends really are. Where are our Allies that rely on us for protection? Where are our Allies that rely on us for money and services after a disaster? Where are our enemies that where able to retain their country after they were defeated by the USA? Is the UN now a Muslim Organization? If so, we need to remove ourselves from the UN because our support is funding our enemy.

  • Merlinever

    This only begs, or I should say screams, the question:
    Why aren’t we completely out of the U.N. yet?

  • PurpleGiraffe

    I wonder who Thistle is but I would like to thank him for upvoting me multiple times.Regret not having done this until now.

  • Maranatha

    How about this one:

    ”The Land that We(Allah)..gave to Israel after We defeated Pharaoh..belongs to Israel even to the last day when We will bring them back together.”
    Surah 17:100-104.

    Funny right?

    • Dorrie

      VERY good! Do they even read their own book? hehehe

  • Ludlow Porch

    Bible prophecy being fulfilled right before our eyes!

  • Ludlow Porch

    UN……..Under Nazi’s!

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