No Joke: Saudi Arabia Elected on UN Women Rights Council

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In what can be described as the biggest trolling of the quintessential globalist institution, the joke named UN during its long and colorful history, after a secret ballot in the United Nations Economic and Social Council, Saudi Arabia was elected to be part of the 45 Members composing the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.

Let that sink in real good: Saudi Arabia, a hard core Islamic-Wahhabi state was elected last week on a UN Women’s Rights council with, take a load of this, a little help from no less than five European Union nations who voted in their favor. Now, the Muslim-migrant crisis in the EU starts to appear in a new light, i.e. there are nations (read politicians) leading countries in the European Union which are basically on Saudi Arabia’s payroll, there’s no other way to put it.

The thing is, even if the vote was secret, as in we can’t be sure which were the exact 5 EU countries that voted for Saudi Arabia, the simple math behind the rationale is very clear. Let me quote UN Watch:

“Neuer said that seven of the 54 council states did not vote for Saudi Arabia, and that, based on his count, five of the 12 EU states on the council voted in favor of Saudi Arabia. It received the least amount of votes out of all of the 13 newly approved members, he added.”

 

 

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The news of Saudi Arabia standing in the UN Commission on the Status of Women prompted ridicule and mocking from all over the world, with the  UN Watch strongly condemning the appointment of a country which has an abysmal record with regard to human rights and especially with gender inequality and women rights.

Electing Saudi Arabia to protect women’s rights is like making an arsonist into the town fire chief. It’s absurd,”

said Hillel Neuer, adding that every woman in Saudi Arabia , let me quote:

“must have a male guardian who makes all critical decisions on her behalf, controlling a woman’s life from her birth until death. Saudi Arabia also bans women from driving cars,”

Twitter went berserk at the news. However, if you are wondering how on Earth Saudi Arabia, the world’s leader in promoting gender inequality is now allowed to seat on the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, the answer involves the dollar sign, many zeroes and big promises for future investments in the mysterious 5 EU countries.

 

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