US Abandons Human Rights Council Ahead Of Israeli War On Civilian Targets

The following article takes a look at the reasons behind the recent withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations Human Rights Council. It is suggested that the decision to abandon international standards of behaviour by the US Empire is a precursor to open warfare in the Middle East, most notably Lebanon, instigated by the Israeli regime.

Should this prove true, and it appears likely that it is, then Israeli would escape condemnation by it’s main ally as Zionist bombs begin to drop on schools and hospitals. If the world is forewarned of this vile approach, then perhaps that may go someway to preventing or at least reducing such war crimes by Israel.

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  1. There is only one cesspit in this context and Haley is positioned central to it. The humiliation a couple of weeks back at the Security Council vote was bound to bring a response. But like many rash decisions by the US regime, this one might have been ill thought out. The US has protected Israel from inside the UNHRC but can it do much now it’s going to be out of it? Despite what the Americans think, the world does not revolve around them and I assume the UNHRC would not now have them to veto criticism of Israel?
    Having been appalled at some of the outrageous outcomes of various UN investigations or meetings, I’ve had little interest in how it works, so I’m unsure about this.
    So far as lining up Lebanon for an attack, we need to bear in mind that the vast majority of the IDF are cowards. Only cowards could execute and maim as they did in Gaza. The Israeli hierarchy must also know this and also be aware of the ferocious response Hezbollah will commit to. Even with active US support, the Israelis know that there would be a price to pay and the inhabitants of the Zionist entity are only to happy to see the slaughter of Arabs, as long as they don’t have to deal with the same.
    I’m hopeful the deterrent of Hezbollah is enough to avoid conflict. We certainly don’t want to see a repeat of the 2006 carnage that Israel inflicted on civilian parts of Lebanon, purely because they couldn’t beat Hezbollah into submission.

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