Monday, February 20, 2017

Is The World Descending Into Chaos? The Tolerance Party. The Potomac Snail Show. Prager and Stephens!


Is the world descending into chaos or are we in fear it is?  You decide.  (See 1 below.)
Let's hear it for the tolerance party. (See 2 below.)
Congress moves slow and, it has been said, the wheels of Democracy grind even slower and finer. That said , shortly after Congress returns, according to  Speaker Ryan, Republicans are supposed to be presenting  legislation pertaining to a new health plan to replace Obamacare, incorporating its best features, a tax overhaul that should align itself with the need to make America more competitive so that job opportunities begin to sprout including some form of infrastructure legislation that will address our nation's decline in this area.

If this begins to unfold, notwithstanding expected foot dragging on the part of the Senate, things will begin to sort themselves out and Trump's battle with the media will fade. Nothing will clear the air and sustain evidence of budding confidence more than sound progress on Trump's campaign commitments.

I do not know where the concept everything must be accomplished in 100 days and, if not  any president's term in office must be deemed a failure.  I guess it is a creature of the mass media so they have a wash board against which everything is scrubbed.   There are certain political considerations like mid term elections and slovenly methods that seem to grip what is known as 'the process' and of course the peacocks that we elect need to have their say so they get coverage for home town consumption but Americans are an impatient lot and have a right to expect  "happenings."

Even though Trump should finally have his cabinet positions filled ridding agencies of Obama holdovers, organized resistance to anything he does and says and the continued effort by the mass media to function as an arm of the Democrat Party, will continue. Certainly it takes time for an administration and over thousands of new employees to meld.

Lamentably, the so called role of 'the loyal opposition' became bastardized decades ago.  Today the opposition's goal is to wreck the party in power.  How we allowed this to happen, I believe,  is a function of the decline in quality of statesmen we elect and who offer to serve.  "The public be damned" attitude is very destructive but I see nothing changing in that regard so we will simply have to hope  something positive emerges from the Potomac Cesspool.. 

Let the  Potomac Snail Show begin.
Who is H.R Mc Master?  (See 3 below.)


Watch Haley our new comet. (See 3a below.)
1)As the World Descends Into Chaos

By Sherwin Pomerantz

It is simply impossible to read or listen to the news these days and not come to the conclusion that the world is simply descending into chaos and, seemingly, dragging with it the experiment in government called democracy. 

Those of us who have been around for a while tend to see the populism that has surfaced worldwide as an anomaly, almost an aberration of the natural order of things and very much hope that the pendulum will swing back to saner times.  What we don’t realize is that the natural order of the world is, in fact, chaos.  For most of world history mankind has been constantly engaged in war, in pursuit of other nation’s lands and under the rule of dictators, whether benevolent or otherwise.  But every once in a while we get a respite from all of that which was the case from 1945-2015…..70 years of relative calm.

And it is understandable why that relative calm developed.  By the end of 1945 over sixty million people had lost their lives (i.e. 3% of the world’s population), 1/3 of the world’s Jews had been killed and much of Europe, Russia and Japan lay in ruins.  The devastation was so massive, the disruption of peoples’ lives over a five year period was so dislocating, and the reality of what had happened was simply so difficult to comprehend, that most of the world seemed ready for a period of stability and simply some time to recover from the experience of World War II.

The only western country that emerged with its infrastructure intact was the United States as it was not attacked physically during the war.  If anything, its manufacturing infrastructure was actually in better shape after the war than before simply because the war effort caused a tremendous amount of production capability to be developed in order to support the military machine.  It was thus only natural that the world turned to the U.S. for leadership and the political establishment there was willing and able to fulfill that need. 

As a result America became the dominant democratic power in the world, whose currency set the standard for everyone else, whose political leadership as the world’s policeman was happily accepted and where the new United Nations chose to locate its headquarters operation.   But other nations also looked to create entities that would support the new world order.  The Europeans worked to develop the European Common Market which later morphed in the European Union.  Mutual defense pacts such as NATO were created to avoid future conflicts.  Regional associations such as the Organization of American States proliferated and in the face of nuclear threats after the war, nuclear non-proliferation treaties were negotiated and agreed to as well.

In a word, it seemed as if the world had learned its lessons, people understood that wars that kill 60 million people were not in anyone’s best interests and that the old axiom of cooperation, that 1+1 often does equal 3, seemed to rule the day.

And then it all started to fall apart.  The leaders who were around after the war died off, the people with memories of those days grew older and disappeared from the scene, the physical evidence of war was paved over with super highways and tracks for bullet trains.  As if that was not enough to encourage slippage back into the world’s normal state of chaos, 2008-2009 saw the introduction of electronic communication devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and the like which put the entire world in reach of every person with enough money to buy the device and pay for a user plan. 

In 2008 America elected a new president whose roots were not in America and who did not believe that America was exceptional nor that it needed to be the world’s policeman any longer.  While his intentions were admirable he refused to acknowledge that the natural state of the world is not order but chaos, and unless there is someone acting as policeman the world order runs the risk of imploding, as has indeed happened. America’s drawing back from its involvement in many places of the world made it possible for other forces to take over and, at least at this point in time, most of them have not been positive.  Whether it is ISIS in the Middle East, or Boko Haram in West Africa or the emergence of a stronger yet dangerous Iran intent on controlling their entire region, the “good guys” were not winning. 

Of course when people get the feeling that the “good guys” are not winning, they become insecure even if they live in relatively stable places like America, England, France and the Netherlands.  So then the populists take over and elect a president in America because he promises change, even though he does not explain how he will make that happen.  England votes to leave the European Union even though nobody gives any thought to how to deal with the fallout after the vote.  In France the daughter of a racist whose own views are not significantly different from that of her father promises that she will make France French again.  In the Netherlands another racist promises that he will return the Netherlands to the Dutch.  And those are western countries.  In much of the rest of the world it’s not even possible to accurately describe the chaos in less than 10 pages of text.                 

So no one should be surprised that chaos has descended on the world once again and, with it, the gradual destruction of the experiment in government called democracy.  Because when people are insecure, when they are desperate for change, the electorate voluntarily gives up much of its rights to the emerging dictator believing that this or that leader who says I am the only one that can solve the problem actually can deliver on those promises.

It was Plato who said:  “Dictatorship naturally arises out of democracy, and the most aggravated form of tyranny and slavery out of the most extreme liberty.”  Those words uttered over 2,400 years ago are as true today as they were then.  Our job as residents of democratic countries is to remember them and hold our leaders to account in every possible way.
2) American Liberty report for consideration

The Democrats are the party of tolerance, right? They are supposed to be the group of Americans who stand fast in support of minorities against the greed, hate, misogyny and despicable racism that fuel the conservatives of our country.

At least, that’s what they claim. We’ve debunked many of these points of view from a number of angles in the past, and the current state is no more favorable for the progressives. In fact, recent events have helped show their true colors, and they can now accurately be described as the most overtly racist group in America. Let’s look at just how far from their proclamations of tolerance they have really fallen.
The Insidious Agenda

We’ve discussed in other installments how the left has propagated an agenda aimed at perpetuating poverty and dependence in minority America. The social programs often touted by the left are designed to encourage broken families and discourage self-reliance. In fact, many of the modern social programs were instituted under Lyndon B. Johnson, who was famously quoted saying, “I’ll have those [Black Americans] voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”
While we won’t be rehashing all of these details again, the gist is pretty easy: perpetual aid that isn’t built around returning individuals and groups to self-sufficiency will perpetuate poverty and dependence on the government. While this and other subtle forms of racism have long been the strategy of the left, recent events have led to more direct exposure.
Overt Racism

Tim Scott is a Senator for the state of South Carolina. Very recently, he gave his endorsement to Jeff Sessions as the appointment for attorney general. If you follow the news, you know that liberal America was very much against this appointment.
What you probably haven’t seen is the ridiculous slew of racial slurs thrown at Senator Scott as a result. He read some of the tweets on the Senate floor in response to Elizabeth Warren. Some of the less offensive quotes called him “a house negro, like the one in Django.” He was called an “Uncle Tom piece of sh$%” and a “disgrace to your race.”
Needless to say, there were far worse offenses thrown his way, but in the interest of propriety he refrained from quoting them during the session. Simply put, this is radical and overt racism thrown at a U.S. Senator simply because it is popular among the left to say horrible things about anyone who can be tied to Trump.
The Easy Path to Hate

This ideology has been in development since Trump first announced his candidacy, and the dangerous road it paved has become evident. Because the left has so wholeheartedly embraced the demonization of their opposition, it has been easy for them to cross lines that are traditionally taboo among Democrats.
The self-proclaimed party of tolerance has committed to this tactic to the point that they are now leading the country in obvious acts of racism. Under the guise of attacking bigotry and “punching Nazis,” they have decomposed the political arena to its lowest point since the Civil War, and they are in fact the sole perpetrators of the hate and intolerance they claim to stand against.
This is the danger the rational minds have warned us about for the last few years, and now we face the precipice. Can the left rein in their torrent of hatred words and destructive actions, or will they follow this cycle all the way to the complete death of their party? As unpleasant as the prospect is, the picture is starting to look like a violent coalition that will hurt America dramatically before they are done.
How Do We Move Forward?

As the left continues to degenerate, it will get harder for anyone not caught in the vitriol to remain reasonable. As frustrating as the truth is, the safest way to deal with the problem is to let the flame burn itself out. As members of the left love to proclaim, history will be the final judge, and it will see the deception, destruction and aggression of the left for what it has been.
Ultimately, the more peaceful party is currently in charge, and they are blazing a trail of transparent politics unlike anything we have seen before. Even when it gets difficult, the cure for irrational behavior is a steadfast commitment to reason and righteousness.

H. R. McMaster

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H. R. McMaster
H.R. McMaster ARCIC 2014.jpg
26th National Security Advisor
Assumed office
February 20, 2017
PresidentDonald Trump
DeputyK. T. McFarland
Preceded byMichael T. Flynn
Personal details
BornHerbert Raymond McMaster
July 24, 1962 (age 54)
PhiladelphiaPennsylvania, U.S.
Spouse(s)Kathleen Trotter (1985–present)
AwardsArmy Distinguished Service Medal
Silver Star
Defense Superior Service Medal
Legion of Merit (2)
Bronze Star (2)
Purple Heart Medal
Defense Meritorious Service Medal (2)
Army Meritorious Service Medal (5)
Joint Service Commendation Medal
Army Commendation Medal (4)
Army Achievement Medal (4)
Military service
Nickname(s)The Iconoclast General
Allegiance United States
Service/branch United States Army
Years of service1984–present
RankArmy-USA-OF-08.svg Lieutenant general
CommandsEagle Troop, 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment
1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment
3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment
Concept Development and Experimentation Directorate, Army Capabilities Integration Center
Joint Anti-Corruption Task Force (Shafafiyat), International Security Assistance Force
Maneuver Center of Excellence
Army Capabilities Integration Center
Battles/warsPersian Gulf War
 • Battle of 73 Easting
War on Terror
 • Iraq War
 • War in Afghanistan
Herbert Raymond "H. R." McMaster (born July 24, 1962) is a Lieutenant General in the United States Army, author, and the 26th and current United States National Security Advisor. His current assignment is Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center and Deputy Commanding General, Futures, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. His previous assignment was commander of the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Ft. BenningGeorgia. McMaster previously served as Director of Combined Joint Interagency Task Force-Shafafiyat (CJIATF-Shafafiyat) (Transparency) at ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) Headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan. He is known for his roles in the Gulf WarOperation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

Early life[edit]

McMaster was born in Philadelphia in 1962. He went to high school at Valley Forge Military Academy, graduating in 1980. He earned a commission as a second lieutenant upon graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1984. McMaster earned Master of Arts and Ph.D. degrees in American history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). His thesis was critical of American strategy in the Vietnam War, which was further detailed in his 1997 book Dereliction of Duty.

Dereliction of Duty (book]

Dereliction of Duty: Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara, The Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Lies that Led to Vietnam is a book written by McMaster that explores the military's role in the policies of the Vietnam War. The book was written as part of his Ph.D. dissertation at UNC. It harshly criticized high-ranking officers of that era, arguing that they inadequately challenged Defense SecretaryRobert McNamara and President Lyndon Johnson on their Vietnam strategy. The book was widely read in Pentagon circles and included in military reading lists.
The book examines McNamara and Johnson's staff, alongside the military and particularly the Joint Chiefs of Staff, failure to provide a successful plan of action either to pacify a Viet Cong insurgency or to decisively defeat the North Vietnamese Army. McMaster also details why military actions intended to indicate "resolve" or to "communicate" ultimately failed when trying to accomplish sparsely detailed, confusing, and conflicting military objectives.


Company grade officer

His first assignment after commissioning was to the 2nd Armored Division at Fort Hood, where he served in a variety of platoon and company level leadership assignments with 1st Battalion 66th Armor Regiment. In 1989, McMaster was assigned to the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment at Warner Barracks in Bamberg, Germany, where he served until 1992, including deployment to Operation Desert Storm.
During the Gulf War in 1991 he was a captain commanding Eagle Troop of the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment at the Battle of 73 Easting.During that battle, though significantly outnumbered and encountering the enemy by surprise as McMaster's lead tank crested a dip in the terrain, the nine tanks of Eagle Troop destroyed over eighty Iraqi Republican Guard tanks and other vehicles without loss, due to the Abrams tank being state-of-the-art armored technology while the Iraqi equipment included grossly outdated T-62s and -72s of the Soviet era as well as similarly dated Type 69s of Chinese manufacture.
McMaster was awarded the Silver Star. The battle features in several books about Desert Storm and is widely referred to in US Army training exercises. It also receives coverage in Tom Clancy's 1994 popular non-fiction book Armored Cav. McMaster served as a military history professor at West Point from 1994 to 1996, teaching among other things the battles in which he fought. He graduated from the United States Army Command and General Staff College in 1999.

Field grade officer

From 1999 to 2002, McMaster commanded 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, and then took a series of staff positions at U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM), including planning and operations roles in Iraq.
In his next job, as lieutenant colonel and later colonel, McMaster worked on the staff of USCENTCOM as executive officer to Deputy Commander Lieutenant General John Abizaid. When Abizaid received four-star rank and became Central Command's head, McMaster served as Director, Commander's Advisory Group (CAG), described as the command's brain trust.
In 2003 McMaster completed an Army War College research fellowship at Stanford University's Hoover Institution.
In 2004, he was assigned to command the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment (3rd ACR). Shortly after McMaster took command the regiment deployed for its second tour in Iraq and was assigned the mission of securing the city of Tal Afar. That mission culminated in September with Operation Restoring Rights and the defeat of the city's insurgent strongholds. President Bush praised this success, and the PBS show Frontline broadcast a documentary in February 2006 featuring interviews with McMaster. CBS' 60 Minutes produced a similar segment in July, and the operation was the subject of an article in the April 10, 2006, issue of The New Yorker.
Author Tim Harford has written that the pioneering tactics employed by 3rd ACR led to the first success in overcoming the Iraqi insurgency. Prior to 2005, tactics included staying out of dangerous urban areas except on patrols, with US forces returning to their bases each night. These patrols had little success in turning back the insurgency because local Iraqis who feared retaliation would very rarely assist in identifying them to US forces. McMaster deployed his soldiers into Tal Afar on a permanent basis, and once the local population grew confident that they weren't going to withdraw nightly, the citizens began providing information on the insurgents, enabling US forces to target and defeat them.
McMaster passed command of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment on June 29, 2006 and joined the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London, as a Senior Research Associate with a mandate described as "conduct[ing] research to identify opportunities for improved multi-national cooperation and political-military integration in the areas of counterinsurgency, counter-terrorism, and state building", and to devise "better tactics to battle terrorism."
From August 2007 to August 2008 McMaster was part of an "elite team of officers advising US commander" General David Petraeus on counterinsurgency operations while Petraeus directed revision of the Army's Counterinsurgency Field Manual during his command of the Combined Arms Center. Petraeus and most of his team were stationed in Fort Leavenworth at the time but McMaster collaborated remotely, according to senior team member John Nagl.

General officer

McMaster was passed over for promotion to Brigadier General in 2006 and 2007, despite his reputation as one of "the most celebrated soldiers of the Iraq War."Though the Army's rationale for whether a given officer is selected or not selected is not made public, McMaster's initial non-selection attracted media attention. However, in late 2007, Secretary of the Army Pete Geren requested General David Petraeus to return from Iraq to take charge of the promotion board as a way to ensure that the best performers in combat received every consideration for advancement, resulting in McMaster's selection along with other Colonels who had been identified as innovative thinkers. McMaster's name was subsequently released on the promotion list for Brigadier General in 2008.
In August 2008, McMaster assumed duties as Director, Concept Development and Experimentation (later renamed Concept Development and Learning), in the Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) at Fort MonroeVirginia, part of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. In this position McMaster was involved in preparing doctrine to guide the Army over the next ten to twenty years. He was promoted on June 29, 2009.
In July 2010 he was selected to be the J-5, Deputy to the Commander for Planning, at ISAF (International Security Assistance Forces) Headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan. Additionally, McMaster directed a joint anti-corruption task force (CJIATF-Shafafiyat) at ISAF Headquarters.
In 2011, Army Chief of Staff General Martin Dempsey remarked that McMaster was "probably our best Brigadier General."

McMaster as commander of the Maneuver Center of Excellence in 2012.
McMaster was nominated for Major General on January 23, 2012. In April 2012 he was announced as the next commander of the Army's Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) at Ft. Benning. On June 13, 2012, McMaster assumed command of the MCoE and was promoted to Major General in a ceremony at Ft. Benning  with a date of rank of August 2, 2012.
On February 18, 2014, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced the nominations of four officers for promotion to Lieutenant General, including McMaster, who was selected to become Deputy Commander of the Training and Doctrine Command and Director of TRADOC's Army Capabilities Integration Center.
In April 2014, McMaster made Time's list of the 100 most influential people in the world. He was hailed as "the architect of the future U.S. Army" in the accompanying piece written by retired Lt. Gen. Dave Barno, who commanded U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005. "Major General Herbert Raymond McMaster might be the 21st century Army's pre-eminent warrior-thinker," Barno wrote, commenting on McMaster's "impressive command and unconventional exploits in the second Iraq war." Barno also stated, "Recently tapped for his third star, H.R. is also the rarest of soldiers—one who has repeatedly bucked the system and survived to join its senior ranks." Retired Army Gen. Jack Keane, a former Army vice chief, commented "It is heartening to see the Army reward such an extraordinary general officer who is a thought leader and innovator while also demonstrating sheer brilliance as a wartime brigade commander."
In July 2014 McMaster was promoted to Lieutenant General and began his duties at the Army Capabilities Integration Center.

National Security Advisor

On February 20, 2017, U.S. President Donald Trump named McMaster to serve as his National Security Advisor following the resignation of Michael T. Flynn on February 13.

Decorations and badges

U.S. military decorations
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Silver Star
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Defense Superior Service Medal
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Legion of Merit with Oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze Star with Oak leaf cluster
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Purple Heart
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Defense Meritorious Service Medal with Oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
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Bronze oak leaf cluster
Meritorious Service Medal with four Oak leaf clusters
Joint Service Commendation Medal
Bronze oak leaf cluster
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Army Commendation Medal with three Oak leaf clusters
Bronze oak leaf cluster
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Army Achievement Medal with three Oak leaf clusters
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Bronze star
National Defense Service Medal with one service star
Bronze star
Bronze star
Bronze star
Southwest Asia Service Medal with three service stars
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Afghanistan Campaign Medal
Bronze star
Bronze star
Iraq Campaign Medal with two service stars
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Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal ribbon.svg
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Army Service Ribbon.svg
Army Service Ribbon
Army Overseas Service Ribbon
Foreign decorations
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NATO Medal
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Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia)
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Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait)
U.S. badges, patches and tabs
Combat Action Badge.svgCombat Action Badge
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Ranger Tab.svgRanger Tab
USA - 3rd Calvary DUI.png3d Armored Cavalry Regiment distinctive unit insignia
3dACRSSI.PNG3d Armored Cavalry Regiment combat service identification badge
Former War Time Service (SSI-FWTS)
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Former War Time Service (SSI-FWTS)
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Former War Time Service (SSI-FWTS)
TRADOC patch.svgUnited States Army Training and Doctrine Command shoulder sleeve insignia
U.S. orders
StetsonHatFortHoodArmy.jpgOrder of the Spur Cavalry Hat and Spurs (Gold)

3a) "Haley’s Comet" | Editorial of The New York Sun on Nikki Haley

A star is born is our reaction to the first press briefing by President Trump’s new ambassador at the United Nations. The ex-governor of South Carolina was ridiculed by the Left when the president first sent her nomination up to the Hill, owing to her alleged lack of foreign policy chops. She certainly rang the wake up gong for that crowd this morning, after emerging from her first Security Council monthly meeting devoted to the Middle East. Tough as nails but with a smile and a layer of Southern charm.
The ambassador had just come from the regular monthly Security Council on Middle East issues. She said it was her first such meeting, and “it was a bit strange.” The Security Council, she said, is supposed to discuss how to maintain international peace and security. But the meeting, she said, was not about Hezbollah’s illegal buildup of rockets in Lebanon, it was not about the money and weapons Iran provides to terrorists, it was not how we defeat ISIS, it was not how we hold Beshar al-Assad accountable for the slaughter of thousands of civilians.
“No,” she said, “instead the meeting focused on criticizing Israel, the one true democracy in the Middle East. I am new around here, but I understand that’s how the Council has operated month after month for decades. I am here to say the United States will not turn a blind eye to this anymore. I am here to underscore to the ironclad support of the United States for Israel. I am here to emphasize that the United States is determined to stand up to the U.N.’s anti-Israel bias.”
The ambassador made clear that the Trump administration will not support the kind of resolution from which the Obama administration’s ambassador — Samantha Power — shamefully abstained, though Mrs. Haley was too polite to name the humiliated Ms. Power. “The outrageously biased resolutions from the Security Council and the General Assembly only make peace harder to attain by discouraging one of the parties from going to the negotiating table.”
“Incredibly,” Mrs. Haley said, “the U.N. department of political affairs has an entire division devoted entirely to Palestinian affairs. Imagine that. There is no division devoted to illegal missile launches form North Korea. There is no division devoted to the world’s number one state sponsor of terror, Iran. The prejudiced approach to Israeli-Palestinian issues does the peace process no favors, and it bears no relationship to the reality of the world around us. The double standards are breathtaking.”
The ambassador warned that it is “the U.N.’s anti-Israel bias that is long overdue for change,” and said America will not hesitate to speak out in defense of its friend in Israel. All this was going on while the press was questioning President Trump on what he was going to do about anti-Semitism. If his ambassador to the world body is any example, the answer is plenty. She has the principles of a Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the grit of a John Bolton, and the star power of a Jeane Kirkpatrick, and in her first press briefing she certainly made her point.
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