DPR Korea condemned for weather rocket...and Israel?
The world community has heaped criticism on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea for testing a weather system, in the same way that it heaps criticism on Iran for pursuing a nuclear energy programme. But what about Israel, which sits on nuclear weapons, has ballistic missiles and has violated countless UNSC Resolutions?
The world community has heaped criticism on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea for testing a weather system, in the same way that it heaps criticism on Iran for pursuing a nuclear energy programme. But what about Israel, which sits on nuclear weapons, has ballistic missiles and has violated countless UNSC Resolutions? What about Israel? Silence, of course. David Cameron launched a murder hunt against Muammar al-Qathafi, after the FUKUS-Axis military aircraft strafed Libya's water supply "to break their backs" because of false evidence that the Libyan Air Force was strafing civilians. The ones who strafed civilians were the FUKUS-Axis (France, US, UK and Israel). Where was Cameron when Israel was using phosphorous bombs against schools? Nowhere.
Where was Hillary "War Zone" Clinton? Nowhere. In fact, where is the western community and those who cry foul over Iran and the DPR Korea, extremely preoccupied about violations to the UN Security Council Resolutions (while the FUKUS-Axis themselves have broken several resolutions on multiple occasions), when Israel is concerned? Let us take a look at Israel's violations of the UNSC Resolutions, the UN Charter and the Geneva Conventions and the corresponding Resolutions condemning Israel by the United Nations Security Council. Since its independence in 1948, the state of Israel has committed numerous human rights violations, crimes against humanity and breaches of UNSC agreements. So long is the list of condemnations by the UNSC that it runs into pages. Tens of pages.
It started just after independence with UNSC Resolution 57 (September 18) complaining against a terrorist attack against the UN Mediator in Palestine and in the first ten years of its existence there were seven more violations of international law (Resolutions 89, 93, 100, 101, 106, 111 and 119).
Why? For evicting thousands of people from their homes arbitrarily, stealing these same homes,