According to Hillel Neuer, executive director of United Nations Watch, 21 of the 27 condemnations issued by the United Nations in 2018 were aimed at Israel:
Over the course of 2018, the United Nations has voted to adopt some 27 condemnations — the vast majority of which were directed at the nation of Israel…. Iran, Syria, North Korea, Russia, Myanmar and the United States each received one.
What is perhaps more striking is the fact that totalitarian China had none — and neither did the terrorist organization Hamas. In fact, just weeks ago, the UN failed to pass a U.S.-led resolution that would have condemned Hamas for firing on Israel.
Sohrab Ahmari, the op-ed editor at the New York Post, noted the disparity. He pointed out that Israel, though certainly flawed, was a democracy with a “free press, free elections, a boisterous parliament.”
A number of Trump administration officials — including the out-going Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley — have been harsh critics of the apparent double standard the international body has regarding Israel.
What’s surprising here isn’t that Israel was condemned more than every other nation combined, but rather that it was condemned only 21 times. In reality, Israel commits human rights atrocities multiple times every day — literally thousands of times a year, but most of these events never reach the eyes and ears of the tone deaf U.N., whose sole purpose of existing was originally to approve of the foundation of the ersatz State of Israel in 1948. Since then, Israel has received and ignored hundreds of official condemnations by the U.N., and no country has ever dared to truly challenge them.
There’s nothing “democratic” about Israel — its press, elections, and parliament are completely controlled by Jews, nor is it truly an independent state, as it is financially dependent on billions of dollars every years from the U.S. and Germany. In actuality, it is a jewish welfare state masquerading as a “vibrant democracy”. It is a mecca for pedophiles, organized criminals fleeing prosecution, and a home base for international terrorism. These paltry, toothless condemnations by the U.N. barely scratch the surface of the true level criminality going on in Israel.