U.N. Racism Gauleiter Inspecting U.S. - By Bush Invitation
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U.N. racism investigator to visit U.S. from Monday, reports Reuter's Stephanie Nebehay (May 16, 2008):
The United Nations said [special rapporteur] Doudou Diene [a Senagalese lawyer] would meet federal and local officials, as well as lawmakers and judicial authorities during the May 19-June 6 visit.

"The special rapporteur will...gather first-hand information on issues related to racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance," a U.N. statement said on Friday.

This is of course an insult to Americans and a particular threat to white Americans, who will bear the brunt of the further government intervention that the U.N. will certainly advocate.

But look at this:

His three-week visit, at U.S. government invitation [VDARE.COM emphasis], will cover eight cities — Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Omaha, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Miami and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Bush actually invited this U.N. gauleiter in?

Reuters says sadly: "However, the United Nations has almost no clout when it comes to U.S. domestic affairs and is widely perceived by many as interfering."

That "many", apparently, does not include Bush. Further evidence of the peculiar post-Americanism that has caused us to speculate that he's a Mexichurian candidate who aims to make America safe for a Bush dynasty modelled on the Mexican oligarchs.

Roll on, January 2009.

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