Zionist Sarah Palin urges Trump to quit the UN after Israel vote

Sarah Palin urges Trump to quit the UN after Israel vote

Sat Dec 31, 2016 8:30PM

Former Alaska Republican Governor Sarah Palin is calling on US President-elect Donald Trump to extricate Washington from the United Nations over the world body’s recent vote on Israel’s illegal construction of settlements in Palestine.

The hawkish GOPer made the remarks in an interview with Breitbart Daily News, the Hill reported Saturday.

Palin, who served as the ninth governor of Alaska from 2006 until her resignation in 2009, said there are two ways the future president could remove the country from the UN.

“One is, I called for our next president, Donald Trump, to call for the unshackling of the political bands tying us to the UN,” she said. “By exiting the U.N., where injustice is actually rewarded, we then will be able to uphold America’s reputation as the leader, and as the kind and compassionate and generous nation that we are – as the nation sharing values that, when emulated by any other nation, can bring justice and equal rights to any other nation.”

She also added that different factions in the government should join forces to move against the world body, headquartered in New York City

“Our government, our bureaucrats and our elected leaders, work for us,” said the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee. “We are the ones that need to call for this, that the UN shackles be next on the chopping block.”

Being unpopular among American conservatives, the UN has specifically been targeted by pro-Israeli GOPers, including the president-elect himself, over a resolution against the Israeli settlements.

“Speaking of Israel, it’s almost laughable, if it weren’t so dangerous, that the left now is so obsessed with national borders, obsessed with Israel’s borders,” Palin said. “Their defense of what they have just done, in stabbing Israel, is based on their supposed desire to see borders enforced. Since when? They never have seemed to understand the concern that we have, nor the purpose of a nation’s borders. They don’t care about America’s porous borders continuing as is.”

The administration of US President Barack Obama was a staunch supporter of the so-called two-state solution but to no avail as Tel Aviv kept up with its expansive policies in Palestine with an intransigent attitude.

The attitude has in part been the reason for sour ties between Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, which finally led to the US abstention from voting on Security Council Resolution 2334 on December 23.

The resolution calls on Israel to “immediately and completely cease all settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territory, including East Jerusalem al-Quds.”

It also states that the building of settlements by Israel has “no legal validity and constitutes a flagrant violation under international law.”

The continued expansion of Israeli settlements has created a major obstacle for the efforts to establish peace in the Middle East.

Over half a million Israelis live in more than 230 illegal settlements built since the 1967 Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem al-Quds