Thursday, September 20, 2018

6 results for 'united nations'

The United Nations Shits on Haiti

By Anastasia , published on Mar 3, 2013

...the alleged crimes were committed. For most people this is a past that is simply too far away. Although the case is being appealed, very little is happening in the face of Baby Doc’s obduracy (he has boycotted all hearings) and the weakness of the Haitian justice system.

The United Nations (UN) is outraged. Towards the end of last month the organisation issued a statement, urging the judicial authorities in the country to act on their responsibilities. “Such systematic violations of rights must not remain unaddressed”, lectured Navi Pillay, the UN Commissioner for Human ... (more)

Tags: united nations, haiti, disease, international law, cholera

Brave Global Leader is Required to Establish a New World Order

By dchaitanya, published on Jun 22, 2012

Anybody will agree that today there is an alarming drought for honesty, sense of proportion, good behavour, morals and discipline among the majority human beings around the world. No financial Aid and packages of United Nations or World Bank would give relief to get out of this ‘peculiar drought’. This perucliar drought in human nature is prevalent in all nations around the world, because the people and leaders both are suffering from this peculiar drought. No where there is coincidence between the words spoken and deeds done by the people in general and by those who are in power, in particular.

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Tags: democracy, united nations, security council, new world order, rule of law, disarmament, global peace, brave global leader required, world war iii, futuristics

Looking Beyond Physicality-International Women’s Day 2011

By Barkha Dhar, published on Mar 8, 2011

...flesh trade? Moreover, is objectification of women concoction of a stark expression that lacks subjectivity? These are few stances that need to be uncovered and emphasized as we usher into a new epoch marked by the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day 2011. Undoubtedly, for United Nations to achieve their goals of equal access for women in the fields of science & technology, education, training and decent work, in a way necessitate a facelift of women in general, including of those who have been trafficked and have suffered turmoil in trenches, so that tomorrow when we... (more)

Tags: women, united nations, media, abuse, gender, social issue, sexual assault, 100th anniversary, human trafficking, international women's day 2011

Latest Sanctions on Iran Seek to Stop Enrichment Program

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Jun 16, 2010

...but simple nuclear capability for peaceful purposes. The fact is that the Iranians are causing tension in the gulf states and the world in general.

For a better understanding of this complex situation, we need to see the big picture of the situation. Due to Iran's defiance, the United Nations Security Council intensified the fourth series of sanctions in the hope that they will deter Iran’s nuclear plans. So far the truth is that nobody knows much about Iran’s nuclear program development. However, the U.N. cannot trust what Iran says. For this reason they decided to take... (more)

Tags: iran, united nations, sanctions

Big Powers Going Down - Yeah, Right

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 29, 2008

... who seized 54 American Hostages in 1978 and held them for 444 days, has made it known that he believes that the United States and other so-called “big powers” of the world are responsible for nuclear proliferation and AIDS. Ahmadinejad also claims that the “big powers” are using the United Nations for their own benefit and causing strife among smaller nations.

If only that were true.

The United States has about as much influence over the United Nations as a roll of toilet paper has at stopping an 18-wheeler.

Ahmadinejad spoke on Tuesday to the Nonaligned Movement ... (more)

Tags: iran, ahmadinejad, teheran, united nations, nuclear proliferation, iran nuclear power

The Right To Self Defense; The United Nations HRC said

By Credo, published on May 6, 2007

...this country) on other countries around the world (stating that it is self defense to do so) and has simultaneously prohibited the concept of self defense constitutionally available to its citizens by regulating laws which prescribes restrictive measures for gun control. According to the United Nations Human Rights Council declares that very severe gun control, more restrictive than even the laws of New York City--is a human right. The issue is especially imperative today, as many international advocates of international gun prohibition are using the United Nations to deny and then... (more)

Tags: gun control, human rights, united nations, international law

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