UN Says Trump is Oppressing Poor People

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 4, 2018

All the UN does is whine about shit no one cares about.

Seriously, name one thing this organization has ever done other than whine. And condone a war with Iraq.

This is a clear attempt to help out Democrats in the midterms.

Trump is addressing the issues that matter to poor people: jobs, mass immigration and opioid addiction.

Oh but I’m thinking of poor white people.

I don’t know what is going on with poor colored people – I always just assume their lives are pretty static as far as “good conditions” and “bad conditions” are concerned.

Also, don’t they like being poor?

Washington Post:

In recent years, U.N. officials accused the Obama administration of failing to address police brutality and sexual assault in the military. After a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville last year, the U.N. team tasked with monitoring the implementation of the global convention against discrimination called on high-level U.S. politicians and public officials to unequivocally reject racial hate speech. Also last year, the world body called President Trump’s attacks on the media “dangerous.”

Seriously, they should be called the United Whiners.

What single conscious, thinking individual actually gives a shit about any of that?

It’s all low-level gibberish mongering.

Now, a top human rights investigator is criticizing the United States for failing the poor.

Philip Alston, U.N. special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, has spent the past several months visiting impoverished communities across the United States. In one visit to Alabama, he met a family struggling to maintain their home on an income of $958 a month.

On the day of his visit, he said, sewage was visible inches from the family’s house — a reflection of their county’s failing infrastructure — and mildew and mold were growing inside. Alston said he had never seen sewage problems like it in the developed world.

Repairing our third world-tier infrastructure was a Trump campaign promise. A big one he hit on a lot.

And I think some of it was in that mega-spending pork bill he signed.

“There is a human right for people to live decently,” he said at the time, according to AL.com, an Alabama news outlet.

That really is a bold statement.

Has this chap been to India?

Or black Africa?

Things are tough all over, and “someone has to do something about all of these problems” is not an argument.

If the UN wants to whine about sewage pipes in Alabama, maybe they should send a team in to fix them.

Alston, a New York University law professor, also paid visits to slum areas in downtown Los Angeles and Puerto Rico.

Now, ahead of a presentation to the U.N. later this month, he is criticizing the Trump administration for gutting the United States’ safety net by slashing welfare benefits and access to health insurance.

“If food stamps and access to Medicaid are removed, and housing subsidies cut, then the effect on people living on the margins will be drastic,” he told the Guardian, saying the loss of those protections would lead to “severe deprivation.”

The government should think harder about how to help those in need rather than “punishing and imprisoning the poor,” he said.

Yes, I mean, the obvious thing to do with poor people is to euthanize them. I mean the terminally poor. People who have made poverty a way of life, generationally, are genetic waste.

You people are the ones who killed Christianity and said we’re doing science now.

You can’t kill the religion and then keep the worst part – this obsession with poor people.

If we’re going to do a science based society, then let us at least sterilize the generationally poor.

“The policies pursued over the past year seem deliberately designed to remove basic protections from the poorest, punish those who are not in employment and make even basic health care into a privilege to be earned, rather than a right of citizenship,” Alston said.

About 41 million Americans live in poverty, according to government data, about 12.7 percent of the population. One in three of those are children. The United States has one of the highest youth poverty rates in the developed world.



We also have the most Jews in the developed world drinking our blood and the most brown people who, again, appear to the observer to like being poor.

Anyway – “people are poor and that is sad” is not a legitimate criticism.

It’s just whining.

Even the poor whites in America, other than a small minority that needs to be sterilized, are poor because of globalism.

White people like working – but they can’t work if all the jobs have been outsourced and cheap labor has been insourced.

No one can possibly argue that a world of only white people would have poverty in the technological age.

So what the UN needs to do, if it is genuinely concerned about poverty, is start manufacturing gene-specific viruses to wipe out brown people on a mass scale.

The funny thing is that the term “progressive” used to refer to people who wanted to use science to better society. They wanted to use eugenics and sterilize brown people.

Now, what are we even talking about?

The reason there is poverty in America is because it was IMPORTED from the third world through migrantion programs promoted by the UN as a means to… alleviate poverty.

How are you going to make brown people stop being poor?

If you give them free money, they spend it on drugs, designer clothing items and weapons.