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Biden to Rejoin U.N. Human Rights Body, Reversing Trump’s Decision

Biden to Rejoin U.N. Human Rights Body, Reversing Trump’s Decision

The Trump Administration ditched the body in 2018, calling it the “UN’s greatest failure.”

President Joe Biden’s administration is excepted to join the United Nations Human Rights Council, a body governed by rogue regimes. It is notorious for denouncing the United States and its allies, particularly Israel. 

President Donald Trump withdrew the U.S. from the rights body in June 2018. The then-U.S. envoy to the UN, Nikki Haley, described the council as a “hypocritical” body which “makes a mockery of human rights.” As Haley pointed out, the UNHRC’s “disproportionate focus and unending hostility toward Israel” served as a “clear proof that the council is motivated by political bias, not by human rights.”

The 47-member U.N. rights council, which comprises a rotating membership of Islamic Sharia-governed states, Socialist dictatorships, and other failing Third-World nations, is obsessed with the Jewish State. According to an estimate, about 25 percent of all condemnation resolutions passed by the body were against Israel. Similar anti-Israel resolutions were passed in 2020 as well. 

The Biden White House, stacked with former President Barack Obama staffers, now wants the U.S. to ‘re-engage’ with this discredited and morally corrupt body. 

The Associated Press reported Monday: 

The Biden administration is set to announce this week that it will reengage with the much-maligned U.N. Human Rights Council that former President Donald Trump withdrew from almost three years ago, U.S. officials said Sunday. The decision reverses another Trump-era move away from multilateral organizations and agreements.

U..S. officials say Secretary of State Antony Blinken and a senior U.S. diplomat in Geneva will announce on Monday that Washington will return to the Geneva-based body as an observer with an eye toward seeking election as a full member. The decision is likely to draw criticism from conservative lawmakers and many in the pro-Israel community.

Trump pulled out of the world body’s main human rights agency in 2018 due to its disproportionate focus on Israel, which has received by far the largest number of critical council resolutions against any country, as well as the number of authoritarian countries among its members and because it failed to meet an extensive list of reforms demanded by then-U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.

In addition to the council’s persistent focus on Israel, the Trump administration took issue with the body’s membership, which currently includes China, Cuba, Eritrea, Russia and Venezuela, all of which have been accused of human rights abuses.

One senior U.S. official said the Biden administration believed the council must still reform but that the best way to promote change is to “engage with it in a principled fashion.” The official said it can be “an important forum for those fighting tyranny and injustice around the world” and the U.S. presence intends to “ensure it can live up to that potential.”

Nikki Haley: “Human Rights Council is UN’s greatest failure”

The past and current members of the U.N. body include the world’s leading human rights violators, such as China, Cuba, Pakistan, and Venezuela. Around 60 percent of the UNHRC members were “non-democracies,” a 2020 estimate by the watchdog group UN Watch shows.

While demonizing Israel — the only democracy in the Middle East — at every possible opportunity, the council plays cheerleader to real human rights violators. 

In November 2019, the body applauded Iran for its human rights record. The resolution lauding Tehran was passed by 95 to 111. The vote came when the regime was involved in the brutal suppression of a pro-democracy uprising, murdering over a thousand demonstrators and incarcerating several thousand others. 

The push to join the rights council comes as the Biden White House takes significant steps towards reversing the course set by Trump. Filling the administration’s ranks with Obama alumni, the Biden-Harris presidency heralds the return of globalist and appeasement policies followed by the last Democratic-run White House. 

The Biden administration plans include re-entering the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. The deal, advocated by Obama and negotiated by his Secretary of State John Kerry, handed billions of dollars to the terror-sponsoring Iranian regime. However, Iran failed to dismantle its nuclear weapons capabilities or stop it from ramping up its long-range ballistic missile program. 

Last month, Biden returned the U.S. to the Obama-era Paris agreement abandoned by Trump in 2017.

“The Paris accord was not designed to save the environment, it was designed to kill the American economy,” Trump warned last November. “I refused to surrender millions of American jobs and send trillions of Americans dollars to the world’s worst polluters and environmental offenders.”

Kerry, who signed the 2016 Paris agreement, will now ensure U.S. compliance to the pact as Biden’s new Climate czar. 

‘President Biden to rejoin the UN Human Rights Council’


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I initially though the Xiden administration were clueless…now I think they are clueless, controlled and just plain traitors to our country.

As long as the CCP has the deciding vote.

J’Obiden is channeling his inner-Greta.

“We’re committed to multilateral institutions” – even if they are a joke.

Trump was right. But Cheating Joe, President Potato Head, is the CCP’s puppet. All that Chinese dark money had to buy something.

“…now wants the U.S. to ‘re-engage’ with this discredited and morally corrupt body.”

And money. Don’t forget the funding that Trump withheld from the UNHRC: Figures are sketchy, but near as I can calculate, it was $148,000,000 per year!

And gropey ol’ fraudulency wants to shovel our hard earned tax dollars back into the pockets of this ‘discredited and morally corrupt body.’

#NotMyPresident #NotMyValues #StolenElection #RESIST

Uhg Obama seemed to think at the time this human rights council was formed that the US could be a positive influence on it. The reality is clearly somewhat different when serial human rights abusers are members of it. Unless Biden intends to use the membership to somehow weed out these bad actors I remain cynical that it will be anything other than a discredited body that has zero credibility.

Leaving the UNHRC was one of the best things Trump did. From its start it was a disreputable collection of rogues and monsters, and the USA’s presence gave it a completely undeserved dignity while sullying us. Unlike the UN, which is useful to us from time to time, we never got any use out of UNHCR and there was no prospect that we ever would. The most we can ever hope for is to moderate it so it won’t be quite as bad as it is, but why should we do that? The very fact that we care to improve it gives it a completely false sense of importance. You try to improve something you care about, not a piece of garbage in the dump. It’s garbage, let it be as bad as it likes, and let us have nothing to do with it! Now Biden is getting us filthy again, for no good reason.

China Joe’s regime has as much regard for human rights as the company they now keep in the UN.