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UN Gets It’s Resolution to Rescind Trump’s Recognition of Jerusalem as Capital of Israel Vetoed!

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Published on: December 18, 2017

On Monday, the united States vetoed the totalitarian organization known as the United Nations’ resolution that sought to rescind President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the US embassy to the historic city.

I really do wonder why we are even a part of this miserable anti-American, anti-freedom, anti-Christian organization in the first place.  I mean, say the resolution passed, what difference would it make?  Isn’t like we have to listen to the UN in the first place, right?

“What we witnessed here today in the Security Council is an insult,” said UN ambassador Nikki Haley.  “It won’t be forgotten. It is one more example of the United Nations doing more harm than good in addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Today, for the simple act of where to put our embassy, the United States was forced to defend its sovereignty. The record will reflect that we did so proudly.”

 Breitbart reports:

The U.S. on Monday vetoed a United Nations Security Council resolution seeking to reaffirm Jerusalem’s status as unresolved despite President Trump’s declaration earlier this month that the city is Israel’s capital.

While not specifically mentioning Trump’s Jerusalem decision, today’s resolution stated “decisions and actions which purport to have altered the character, status or demographic composition of the Holy City of Jerusalem have no legal effect, are null and void and must be rescinded.”

U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley called the Egyptian-drafted resolution an “insult,” maintaining  that “the United States will not be told by any country where to put our embassy.”

“It’s scandalous to say we are putting back peace efforts,” Haley added. “What does it gain the Palestinians to put roadblocks to negotiations?”

“A peace process that denies Jerusalem as Israel’s capital is not a peace process.”

Haley went on to say, ‘We do it with no joy, but we do it with no reluctance.  The fact that this veto is being done in defense of American sovereignty and in defense of America’s role in the Middle East peace process, is not a source of embarrassment for us. It should be an embarrassment to the remainder of the Security Council.”

Her comments were met with appreciation by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“Thank you, Ambassador Haley. On Hanukkah, you spoke like a Maccabi. You lit a candle of truth. You dispel the darkness. One defeated the many. Truth defeated lies. Thank you, President Trump. Thank you, @nikkihaley.” he tweeted.

Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon blasted the resolution, saying “members of the Security Council can vote another hundred times to criticize our presence in Jerusalem, but history won’t change.”

“While the Jewish people celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah that symbolizes the eternal connection to Jerusalem, there are people who think that they can rewrite history,” he said.  “It’s time for all countries to recognize that Jerusalem always was and always will be the capital of the Jewish people and the capital of Israel.”

Mr. Danon then pointed out the double standard that the UN was imposing upon Israel.

“Each country has the right to establish its own capital, but when it comes to Israel, there are people who think that they can cast doubt on our decision,” he said.  “We are grateful to the U.S. for its steadfastness in standing with the State of Israel, and the truth.”

The UN put forth a series of resolutions against Israel just one year ago.

Frankly, Nikki Haley should have got up after the vote, took her shoes off, slapped the dust off of them on a UN table and said, “We won’t be back and we’re not sending you guys any more money.  The eviction notice to depart US soil will be forthcoming.”

Now, that would have been a real Christmas gift to America.

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  • Bob Hunt

    I suspect the United Nations will have a pretty hard time rescinding President Trumps recognition of Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel! Or rather I should have said that they can rescind until the cows come home but the only way it will happen is if the President agrees and that is not going to happen!

  • Bob Hunt

    I suspect the United Nations will have a pretty hard time rescinding President Trumps recognition of Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel or I should say that they can rescind until the cows come home but the only way it would take effect would be if the President agreed to it and that “Aint” gonna happen! Also, I would like to take this opportunity to commend Ambassador Haley for not slapping the dust off her shoes on the U.N. table, wouldn’t be lady like and she is a Lady! That being said I wish she would pack up her things, bid goodbye to the U.N. and together with President Trump tell them to take a hike and take their Headquarters with them, we need the U.N. like we need a sore throat!

  • Dave from San Antonio

    The UN has become a shill for islam.

  • Ted R. Weiland

    I wonder if the following quotations (all of them from respected Jewish sources) might not have something to do with the Jews’ claim to Jerusalem and the ongoing conflict between what amounts to Ishmaelites and Edomites, neither of which have a biblical claim to Jerusalem:

    “Strictly speaking, it is incorrect to call an ancient Israelite a ‘Jew’ or to call a contemporary Jew an ‘Israelite’ or a ‘Hebrew.’” (Richard Siegel and Carl Rheins, eds., “Identity Crisis,” The Jewish Almanac, (New York, NY: Bantam Books, 1980) p. 3.)

    That sentence is the opening sentence of the First Chapter entitled “Identity Crisis” of the 1980 Jewish Almanac. That today’s Jews are not genetic Israelites but merely proselytes to Judaism, not to be confused with the Old Testaments Israelites religion based upon Yahweh’s moral law) is also admitted in “The Jewish Encyclopedia,” the “Enyclopedia Judaica,” “The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia,” “The Standard Jewish Encyclopedia,” and by many of their historians.

    According to three Jewish encyclopedias and Flavius Josephus, the entire Edomite nation was forced into converting to Judaism and became known as Judahites at the time of the high priest John Hyrcanus (Maccabaeus):

    “…in the days of John Hyrcanus (end of the second century B.C.E.) … the Edomites became a section of the Jewish people.” (“Edom,” Encyclopaedia Judaica (Jerusalem, Israel: Encyclopaedia Judaica Company, 1971) Volume 6, p. 378.)

    “They were then incorporated with the Jewish nation….” (“Edom, Idumea,” The Jewish Encyclopedia (New York & London: Funk and Wagnalls Company, 1904) Volume V, p. 41.)

    “…from then on they constituted a part of the Jewish people, Herod [King of Judea] being one of their descendants.” (Cecil Roth and Geoffrey Wigoden, “Edom (Idumea),” The New Standard Jewish Encyclopedia (Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1977) p. 589.)

    “…they submitted to the use of circumcision, and the rest of the Jewish ways of living; at which time … they were hereafter no other than Jews.” (Flavius Josephus, “The Antiquities of the Jews,” Josephus, (Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 1960) Book XIII, Chapter IX, Verse 1, p. 279.)

    We keep hearing that if we don’t bless the modern State of Israel (which America has been doing since at least 1948) that we will be cursed. However, it seems it’s been just the opposite, Since 1948, you name it, and there’s not an area in America wherein she hasn’t become worse off. Could it because America has identified the wrong people as Israel.

    Today’s Jews are not the only ones with an identity crisis.

    For more, see Google online book “The Mystery of the Gentiles: Where Are They and Where Are They Now?”

  • Web Watchers

    There is no need to “defend” sovereignty. It is fact. It can be reiterated… stated. It is simply practiced without excuse or argument.

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