Thursday, April 25, 2013

Falking Up: UN Special Rapporteur Displays His Crazy And Bias To All

Richard Falk, the UN Special Rapporteur (You know he's "special" when they give him a french title), prominently displayed to the world the bias and crazy he's been about for a long time. This time however, the world actually took notice and he may have to answer for it.

Falk, after the Boston Bombings as reported in the NY Daily News esxcused the attacks as of course America had it coming:

Now he rationalizes the Islamist radicalization of the brothers Tsarnaev by writing: “The American global domination project is bound to generate all kinds of resistance in the postcolonial world. In some respects, the United States has been fortunate not to experience worse blowbacks, and these may yet happen.”

He added: “As long as Tel Aviv has the compliant ear of the American political establishment, those who wish for peace and justice in the world should not rest easy.”

Yes, really, he said it.

Of course, prior to this latest episode, Flak had gotten away with the following without any sanction or loss of status at the UN, so he probably figured this latest statement was no big deal and he could play to his appreciated leftist audience of bien pensants:

Falk has called Israel’s leaders Nazis, accused them of genocide and suggested former President George W. Bush ordered the destruction of the twin towers. He has posted a cartoon of a dog wearing a yarmulke with a Star of David, eating a human carcass and urinating on Lady Justice.

Did I mention this clown is a product of all the best schools in America:

Falk obtained a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, a Bachelor of Laws (LLB)from Yale University, and a Doctor of Laws (SJD) from Harvard University.
He's also Professor Emeritus - or is that Professor Embarrassus - at Princeton. Apparently, American self-loathing is an educational by-product of attending these institutions.

All that education apparently turned him into an anti-American, anti-Israel, anti-Semitic, Marxist-loving terrorist-apologising 9/11-truther nut-bag.

Falk became influenced by a group of radical graduate students and young faculty members who were interested in the work of Karl Marx, C. Wright Mills and Herbert Marcuse. His move to Princeton University, where the teaching of law was linked to politics, international relations and other social sciences allowed Falk to integrate his professional expertise in international law with his ethical and political values.

Those are apparently the desired qualifications for an appointment by the UN as a Special Rapporteur for Human Rights.

At least this revealing episode may disabuse those who believe in the quaint notion that when the UN reports on Israel or America it is doing so in an unbiased manner.

Consistent with that UNbias, Mr. Falk still as of this date retains his position as Special Rapporteur.

1 comment:

Scott said...

It's also an indictment on American Secondary education, and the Ivy League version of it in particular.