UN once again shows its support for Cuba’s murderous apartheid regime, votes to condemn U.S. sanctions against the Castro dictatorship

No one was surprised. Once again, as it has done every year for nearly three decades, the member nations of the UN voted overwhelmingly in support of Cuba’s violently repressive, corrupt, and murderous apartheid dictatorship.

The annual condemnation of U.S. sanctions against the Cuban dictatorship is a non-binding resolution the Castro regime proposes every year. It is purely for show and propaganda purposes, but it also provides clear evidence how corrupt and depraved an institution the United Nations is.

This year, however, the UN not only voted to condemn sanctions against a vile dictatorship that has murdered tens of thousands, imprisoned hundreds of thousands, and enslaved millions, but they also voted to ignore the human rights atrocities committed by the Cuban regime. Ambassador Nikki Haley and the U.S. mission proposed eight amendments to the resolution condemning the human rights violations of the Cuban dictatorship. Those, too, were overwhelmingly voted down in support of Cuba’s murderous apartheid regime.

Nevertheless, Ambassador Nikki Haley went before the UN General Assembly and called out the cowardice and complicity of nations that continue to support tyranny in Cuba:

Townhall has more:

Nikki Haley Slams UN Over Its Condemnation of Cuba Embargo: ‘You’re Literally Hurting the Cuban People’

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley slammed the U.N. Thursday as they once again voted overwhelmingly in support of a resolution condemning the U.S. embargo on Cuba.

The U.S. and Israel were the only countries to vote against the resolution.

Haley spoke during the U.N. General Assembly ahead of the vote.

“Cuba and its allies do the same thing every year,” she said. “They propose a resolution blaming Cuba’s poverty, repression and lack of freedom on the United States. They falsely blame America for all kinds of evil things, even genocide.”

She emphasized that the resolution did not help the Cuban people and reiterated the reasons the United States had for the embargo.

“This resolution changes nothing,” she said. “It doesn’t help a single Cuban family. It doesn’t feed a single Cuban child. It doesn’t free a single Cuban political prisoner. Those who support this resolution every year have it wrong. Our reason for the embargo is and has always been Cuba’s denial of freedom and the denial of the most basic human rights for the Cuban people.”

Haley also dispensed with the objection that softening U.S. policy towards Cuba would aid the people.

“Supporters of the resolution claim that a change in U.S. policy would somehow transform life for the Cuban people,” she said. “But the government of Cuba doesn’t agree. It responded to the softening of our Cuba policy under President Obama with more, not less, political repression of its people.”

“You’re not hurting the United States when you do this,” she told those supporting the resolution. “You’re literally hurting the Cuban people by telling the regime that their treatment of their people is acceptable.”

Following the vote, Haley said that “the U.N. has lost, it has rejected the opportunity to speak on behalf of human rights.”

2 thoughts on “UN once again shows its support for Cuba’s murderous apartheid regime, votes to condemn U.S. sanctions against the Castro dictatorship”

  1. G-d bless Nikki Haley and G-d bless Trump for appointing her. She is a masterpiece and our best U.N .representative in my lifetime.

  2. Don’t blame “the UN.” It is corrupt and beyond useless, but the UN did not vote; individual countries did. Any country which voted not only against the embargo but against the amendments calling out Castro, Inc. for its longstanding and systematic violation of basic human rights is quite simply full of shit and deserves no better than profound contempt. Never forget this explicit and documented instance of practically the whole world telling ordinary Cubans they can go fuck themselves for all it cares. Never.

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