As Twitchy reported earlier Tuesday, China said it was “deeply disappointing” how the United States was handling the conflict between Israel and Palestine and claimed that the United Nations Security Council was “paralyzed” by America’s veto. That only goes to show what a joke the United Nations really is. But if that weren’t enough, UN human rights “experts” are finding it “depressingly familiar” that Israel always has the superior firepower in these conflicts.
"UN human rights experts decry "a depressingly familiar pattern" — "Israel's far greater firepower inflicting far higher death tolls and injuries and a much larger scale of property destruction." https://t.co/FGLZH03aCv pic.twitter.com/0LZAb9bHhK
— Kenneth Roth (@KenRoth) May 18, 2021
It’s funny that those same experts didn’t think Hamas firing rockets into Israel was a “depressingly familiar pattern.”
— Josh (@audrum1) May 18, 2021
Don’t attack them without warning and they won’t have to retaliate.
— Steve Dziemian (@SfDz11_07_14) May 18, 2021
Stop firing rockets at Israel, simple.
— jimbo (@jimbo7487) May 18, 2021
Well…in the absence of getting Hamas to move their tunnels and arms caches away from residential areas in the cities, what else can be done?
— Blackheadkoi (@bigfishtinypool) May 18, 2021
Yes, let's blame the Israelis for developing a superior air defense shield which prevented 3k + missiles destroying their country.
Perhaps Hamas should have thought abt the consequences before they decided it wise to attack them?
— David (@David1978us) May 18, 2021
Don't fire rockets at Israel and then use civilians as human shields. Problem solved.
— JG (@ThatWasPerfect) May 18, 2021
Translation: “Jews need to let themselves get killed in higher numbers before they are allowed to fight back.”
— PragmaticThought (@PragmaticThoug2) May 18, 2021
The US lost far fewer lives in WW2 than the Nazis. I guess by your logic, the Nazis were the underdogs and you would support them
— David (@dimakat) May 18, 2021
It is ignorance to think the differing rates of death represent a war crime. Being better at killing and not being killed isn't a war crime, it is one of the main objectives of war. Pretending that it is relevant makes you look stupid and your organization look incompetent.
— AnonyGummi (@GummiFollows) May 18, 2021
These "experts" peddle "alternative facts" straight out of Orwell's 1984. Let me remind you that #Hamas, a terrorist organization, began firing rockets on Israeli civilians. #Israel has every right to defend itself.
— Matthias Catón (@mcaton) May 18, 2021
Would you be satisfied if more Jews were killed? That’s not the way war works
— Ryan Kirschner (@kirschnerRyan) May 18, 2021
Well, if the "condemn Israel" U.N. says so, it must be true.
Too bad this wasn't the U.N. building. Time to end that waste of time and put some hookers out of work.
— Anhedonio (@NDallas87) May 18, 2021
Wonder how those human rights experts might decry the Allies inflicting far higher death tolls and injuries on the Axis than the other way around. That's kind of the point to winning a conflict, after all.
— Aldous Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) May 18, 2021
There’s a moral to this story. pic.twitter.com/KejDMmkMKg
— Charles T. -Downtown (@crack_bass) May 18, 2021
The depressingly familiar pattern is that Hamas is again sacrificing Palestinian and Israeli lives (and they don't much care which) as they attempt to make the mid-east Judenfrei.
— Gerry Tschetter (@Gerry_Tschetter) May 18, 2021
Someone tell Palestine doing the same stupid thing over and over again may be insane.
— Margaret McLain (@MargaretMcLain5) May 18, 2021
If you don’t like getting fired upon, don’t fire 2000 rockets into another country.
— Brian Volante (@brianvolante) May 18, 2021
It's a good thing that free, capitalist democracies can afford far greater firepower. We also pick up the tab for the UN, which of course uses that money to spew this nonsense.
— Tom Sharp (@TomSharp2005) May 18, 2021
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes. Hamas couldn’t care less about Palestinian lives. If they cared they’d stop sending rockets into Israel.
— J5 (@bondego5) May 18, 2021
Ever thought of what would happen if the two sides swapped weaponry? Israeli restraint is beyond anything any of us have ever seen from a country enduring an assault from across its borders.
— Marty Perry (@Marty_prr) May 18, 2021
The utter uselessness of the United Nations is what’s depressingly familiar.
The Onion defends Hamas' honor by going full-throttle on painting the Israeli military as bloodthirsty war criminals who hate journalists https://t.co/PzIj4YybQT
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 17, 2021