The United Nations needs a Waaaambulance

By John Galt
July 9, 2011

I just report what the leftist pantywaists say. From the BBC:

Texas execution ‘violated international law’, UN says

The US breached international law when the state of Texas executed a Mexican citizen convicted of raping and killing an American girl, the UN’s senior human rights official has said.

Navi Pillay cited “particular legal concerns” whether Humberto Leal Garcia, 38, had access to consular officials and a fair trial.

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also said she was “disappointed” that Texas carried out the lethal injection.

Leal was executed late on Thursday.

He was not told he could have access to Mexican consular officials, in violation of the Vienna Convention.

“US compliance with Vienna convention terms is absolutely critical to ensuring our own consular access and our own ability to protect Americans detained abroad,” State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said.

Ms Nuland said not protecting “the rights of non-Americans in the United States” could lead to a lack of US access to American citizens overseas in the future.

“This is why the secretary is concerned,” she added.

On behalf of the normal, average, non-wussified, God fearing American patriots and lovers of freedom I think thus sums up the unified opinion as clean as I can phrase it in response to the United Nations:


1 Comment on "The United Nations needs a Waaaambulance"

  1. shulmice | 11/07/2011 at 08:35 |

    If you think the United Nations is bad, try living with them. There is nothing like having a large white UN truck parked in your driveway and UN soldiers running up and down the stairs, while the Arabs start fires in the grass next door.
    Actually they would be great for Washington DC, maybe they can do something with the US State Department, like clean up graffiti.

    (JG note-I edited out the address to prevent harassment to a poster from Israel. God Bless the Israeli people and hopefully one day I can visit and thank the citizens there for there bravery. – John)

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