March 9, 2018
It sure is interesting how much the supposed haji Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein resembles a RAT YID.
Justin Trudeau once allegedly said “if you kill your enemies, they win.” I would personally categorize that sentiment as mental illness.
But the UN’s resident haji rat is claiming that no – you are actually mentally ill if you kill your enemies!
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte needs a “psychiatric evaluation,” according to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein. He called for the UN Human Rights Council to take a stand against the leader.
The recommendation comes after Duterte called for a UN investigator, a former Philippines lawmaker and four former Catholic priests to be declared as “terrorists.” Zeid said the defamatory accusations by Duterte “cannot go unanswered”.
If by “defamatory” you mean “accurate” and by “unanswered” you mean “not celebrated,” then I agree with you, haj.
However, I do not think that is what you mean.
“The UN Human Rights Council must take a position. These attacks cannot go unanswered,” said Zeid during a news conference on Friday, reports Reuters. “He needs to submit himself to some sort of psychiatric examination. This kind of comment is unacceptable, unacceptable.”
THE UN CRIES OUT IN CONCERN AS IT NINNIES YOU.
Liberalist giveafuckism has been a monumental, shameful failure. Everyone is tired by it, and so nofuckstogiveism is rapidly rising like a non-Muskian rocket.
The normal, sane position of any leader is that your enemies – the enemies of the people you represent, to be precise – deserve to be slaughtered in the street like dogs. Duterte is the doing what everyone throughout history generally referred to as “common sense governance” – the lunatic realm of the United Nations is so sick that it interprets common sense as lunacy.
Welcome to backwards world, friends.
We might as well start wearing our clothing backwards like Kris Kross.
We also might as well start jumping around like jungle monkeys like Kris Kross.
Globo-Kriskrossianism is a failed ideology, and I’m sick of it.