Friday, September 25, 2009
UN President Treki Endangers Homosexuals Worldwide
The new president of the United Nations has made statements that endanger the lives of homosexuals around the world. Since June 10, 2009, the United Nations has been led by a 9th Century-minded barbarian named Ali Abdussalam Treki. He was elected President of the sixty-fourth session of the United Nations General Assembly. He is also Libya’s Secretary (Minister) of African Union Affairs, a post he has held since 2004. (See his bio at the UN web site.) The United Nations has been a cesspool for decades. Most of its member nations are led by despots and tyrants. Over the past two days, the world was treated to the lunatic rantings of the dictators of Libya, Venezuela, the United States and Iran. Thank G-d for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who brought a fresh breeze of sanity and the much needed slap of reality into the stinking building for a precious brief time. Netanyahu delivered one of the most powerful speeches ever given in the U.N. rat's den. His even toned, fact-supported message was at once comforting and disturbing. It was comforting because he called for peace. It was disturbing because he stated bluntly just how the United Nations has done virtually nothing to maintain peace. To paraphrase Netanyahu, the UN is run by thugs and human rights violators. Those of us who follow the U.N. are not surprised by Netanyahu's words. We've know it for a long, long time. The U.N.'s top lunatic, Treki, has been making dangerous statements about homosexuals. Sadly, we are not surprised by Treki's words, either: The newly-installed president of the United Nations, Ali Abdussalam Treki, has said that homosexuality is "not really acceptable," writes Jessica Green at Pink News (UK). "Not really acceptable," taken out of context, might be taken as a harmless enough statement. Perhaps Treki is just saying it's not acceptable as a personal choice for himself? No, it's much more than that. Green's report continues (emphasis added): Treki, who is the Libyan secretary of African Union Affairs, opened the 64th session of the United Nations General Assembly Friday with a press conference. One question concerned the UN resolution which calls for the universal criminalisation of homosexuality. This is frightening. Treki's comments, in Green's report, are limited to homosexuals. He says "I think it's not really acceptable by our religion, our tradition," but let us not forget that his religion and tradition (Muslim) also frequently treats women only slightly better than a farm animal. It does not tolerate Muslims who convert out of the faith. It does not tolerate a great deal of the human rights that the UN pretends to stand for, and that we in the U.S. and the U.K. take for granted. Treki – and his fellow travelers – are dangerous indeed. Evil clowns such as Treki simply reinforce the U.N.'s image as worse than useless. Some of my infrequent readers may be surprised by my position on this matter. My more regular readers will not be, for they know that while I have political disagreements over some issues (not all) that involve gay people, I am not homophobic nor a hater of gays. Civil disagreement is acceptable, but violence, as Treki implicity favors, is never acceptable. This is not a Republican or a Democrat issue. Although there are bigots in both camps, the overwhelming majority of liberals and conservatives are repulsed by the advocating of violence against anybody simply for their gender or sexual preference. The non-partisan aspect of this is proved out by statements by both Democrats and Republicans condemning Treki's repulsive remarks, as well as by what is being written by both conservative and liberal bloggers (see links under "Related" below.) Treki did not come right out and say it, but his statements are literally life threatening for homosexual people worldwide. Never forget that many homosexuals continue to be beaten and killed in Muslim countries, some even executed by stoning. Those who are already predisposed to violence against gay people may very well be encouraged by Treki's disturbing statements. Their blood will be on his hands. RELATED: Republican Congresswoman Blasts U.N. Leader for Anti-Gay Comments - FoxNews Iran: Two More Executions for Homosexual Conduct - Human Rights Watch UK Muslim Cleric Defends Killing Homosexuals - Sweetness & Light Islamic extremists using chat rooms to target gays for torture & murder - MetroWeekly Complicity in Iran's Anti-Gay Jihad - FrontPage Magazine 'UN Has Been Hijacked by Advocates of Hate' - Gay News from Gay Agenda Shariah & Homosexuality - stopshariahnow Homosexuals Get Death Penalty in Iran - RightSideNews 'Honor killing' could await Rifqa in Sri Lanka - OneNewsNow Killed for Wanting to Live Like a Westerner - Gates of Vienna Conservative Hats & Shirts Leave a Comment - Chicago News Bench RSS Feed Visit us on Twitter!