A Moral Man at the UN? C'mon, Get Real - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • rick
    • 15.09.06 | 00:31 (IDT)

    Besides not being admitted entrance - maybe he can take the Visitor's Tour of the UN - at least he'll have a better chance of bumping into a diplomat then showing up at the front door as a Jewish spokesman. The UN is a club with certain rules. Rule Number One: It is an considered act of politeness to share information where the best free wine and cheese party is being held on any given day. Rule Number Two: Diplomatic parties that offer substantive food, free of course, must be approved by kofi annan personally. Rule Number Three: Each diplomat is entitled to a listing of at least 2 Happy Hour Bars within a mile radius of the UN. Rule Four: The purpose of the UN is to defame, demonize and harass the Zionist Entity to the exclusion of all other matters. Voting against Resolutions condemning Israel may result in your being barred from private Happy Hour parties.

    from the article: Elie Wiesel calls for Iran's expulsion from the United Nations
    First published 00:00 14.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.09.06
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