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
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."
, 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.