PUBLISHED: 8:14 PM 21 Feb 2017

U.S. Ambassador Issues Bold Speech To U.N. Council, Demanding Them To Answer For Their Actions

Framed by a a tapestry reproduction of Pablo Picasso's Guernica and member state flags, United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley speaks to reporters after a Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 at U.N. headquarters. The United Nations and the Arab League on Thursday issued a joint statement in support of the establishment of a Palestinian state. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Framed by a a tapestry reproduction of Pablo Picasso's Guernica and member state flags, United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley speaks to reporters after a Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 at U.N. headquarters. The United Nations and the Arab League on Thursday issued a joint statement in support of the establishment of a Palestinian state. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Nikki Haley is standing boldly for the peaceful nation of Israel.

I have to admit; it was a bit strange.

These are the words that the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, has to say about the anti-Israel stances of most of the U.N. The meeting that the former South Carolina Governor attended was meant to discuss vital current world issues dealing with how to “maintain international peace and security” yet failed to address Hezbollah building rockets, something that is happening in Lebanon. Hezbollah, among praising Louis Farrakhan as he divides America, is well known as one of the biggest procurer’s of terrorism in the world.

Haley also notices a lack of leadership in how the fact that Latin America and the Middle East is getting a constant influx of weapons from Iran was never mentioned. There was apparently little or no serious talks about how to defeat ISIS (something that one would reason would be the first issue on the agenda) or even the idea of bringing Assad to justice for hundreds of thousands of his countrymen that she thinks that he is responsible (there is little to no evidence that Assad had anything to do with the deaths, in reality).

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Israel is called a terrorist state by some because it defends its borders.

Still, her broader points about the fact that most of the United Nations are really only united in their hatred of Israel are all on target. There is going to be growing outcries for the U.S. to greatly limit our involvement with or to outright depart the U.N. more as this kind of Islamic tilted refusal to accept Israel grows within the body. This is because, as Haley said, “Instead, the meeting focused on criticizing Israel, the one true democracy in the Middle East,” she said, before adding about the long anti-Israel bias common within the U.N, “I’m here to say the United States will not turn a blind eye to this anymore. I’m here to underscore the ironclad support of the United States for Israel.” Haley came to actually DO her job, something the U.N. seems confused by.

This is going to make the leftists and Democrats of America utterly perplexed because these common sense views “of hate” are not coming from an “evil white Christian man” but rather, a very dark hued female Sikh. As a Sikh, someone who commonly gets confused with a Muslim when in traditional dress, she is aware of just what Islam is and how it is viewed and why. Sikh’s are not driven by western values or the “every man for himself” mindset, but rather, driven by purpose. With this as her goal and her motive, this daughter of migrants is speaking from the point of view of a minority, a female, and an expert on the matters of which she speaks.

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The whole world mocks how the U.N. defends great evil when done against Israel.

She noted that the dual standards existent within the Security Council were “breathtaking,” something that has been noted by everyone BUT a U.S. Ambassador for far too long. Not afraid to call out the terror and evil that she sees being promoted and furthered within the United Nations, Haley bravely says, “Incredibly, the UN Department of Political Affairs has an entire department devoted to Palestinian affairs.

Haley has sort of flown under the radar since the media noted that president Trump and Haley had a less than friendly discourse while he was trekking towards the White House and yet he chose her anyway, but now it is clear why he did so. With the talent and bold-faced honesty of which she so strongly speaks, the truths that she declares without reservation is nothing short of a breath of fresh air and something greatly needed from within America on the world stage.

The free world watched in stunned confusion as president Obama last ordered Israel to stop building on the West Bank (Jewish land) and the eastern part of Jerusalem (also rightful Jewish land). The line of thinking – if it can be called that – is that since the Palestinians have a problem with Israel having the land and since the Arabs can’t grasp the word “share” instead of “conquer,” then everyone is supposed to act as if this land is not rightfully Israel’s, which it is. Yes, both tribes were created first in that area, but the Jewish religion was the first established and rightful dweller of the land. When those that followed the path of Islam MANY years later fought the Jews and lost, that is what happens when someone loses a war. That land, therefore, is Jewish land both by birthright and victory.

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Haley said that there was little talk about defeating the foe of the world, ISIS, at the United Nations. This may be why a growing number of people are calling for the U.S. to leave the U.N. for good.

Would Iran be as open about not building on its land? Maybe Iraq or Libya or Egypt would like to do what they expect Israel to do, yes? This is the kind of double standards that Haley is speaking up about. Instead of allowing the elephant to remain in the room another moment unaddressed, Haley said, “We will never repeat the terrible mistake of Resolution 2334 and allow one-sided security council resolutions to condemn Israel. Instead, we will push for action on the real threats we face in the Middle East.” By speaking honestly as she does, Haley is showing that while our public school textbooks may falsely teach that the U.N. supports democracy in the world as part of it’s charter, that charter is as worthless as the dust on the floor beside it.

Since America is a full member of the U.N. (which hopefully will change, though in this regard it helped), a veto from the United States is enough to stop anything like Resolution 2334 from happening while Trump is carefully steering the ship. Haley mentions that Israel is making new friends and business alliances every day, yet the Muslim world is bent upon stealing their land and calling it their own. No matter how often the lie is told it will not make the lie become a truth.

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If what Nikki Haley reports about the U.N. remains the case, look for more petitions like this (pictured) to gain traction.

More than that, what would Islam do to the land if they did get it besides flush it into the Dark Ages mentality that is common for much of the Islamic world? Israel was a cesspool in the barren sand before Israel made it a wondrous and prosperous place. Israel attacks no one who does not attack them and that is why they are not at war with China, Russia, Ireland, or Canada.

No non-Islamic nation in the world is at war with Israel (though all sane peoples hate Zionists) because if Israel is not attacked they simply never attack anyone at all. Meanwhile, the world is running to the aid of radical Muslims who are at war with everyone who is not like them. Haley is not afraid to point this out and by doing so, she may have just highlighted the way to the exit sign for any U. S. leader wise enough to get the U.S. OUT of the United Nations for good.