CNN finally gets it right about the United Nations

by Leah Rosenberg

Well, the United Nations was just officially called out by CNN for the double standard against Israel. And it sounded perfect!

The Double Standard Against Israel

The United Nations has a double standard against Israel, as does way too much of the world. The UN has some negative and shocking facts about the way they have treated (or rather mistreated) Israel. The resolutions, the emergency meetings – everything. And all of it comes from some of the world’s worst human rights abusers themselves! Is the whole system not unreasonable and even foolish?

Even CNN admits that the United Nations is completely flawed!

CNN Finally Stands Up for Israel

CNN does not always have Israel’s back. Often times, they criticize the Jewish state unnecessarily. But now, they have finally got it. This video perfectly calls out the UN for the way they have treated Israel. It sounds so good, it is actually worth listening to more than once. The UN condemned the United States for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. This is absurd! The newscaster repeated what Venezuela said to the US, “Your threats imperil global peace.” That is coming from a country who has more issues than you can even imagine. They have violence, collapsing economy, malnourished people, dying kids being turned away from hospitals – is that a country that can criticize Israel and the US? And the list of human-rights-abusing countries goes on and on. CNN highlights the shocking amount of resolutions against Israel.

The newscaster said, “Is Israel truly deserving of 86% of the world’s condemnation? Or possibly is something else afoot at the United Nations? Something that allows the representative of the Assad government to lecture the United States for moving its embassy?” CNN shared a good story. This is the time when everyone should be listening to what CNN said.

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