srmaher Posted November 11, 2014 Report Share Posted November 11, 2014 The Associated Press reported last week that “the parents of Ferguson police shooting victim Michael Brown are headed to Switzerland next week to speak at a United Nations human rights conference.” Is anyone else scratching their head about this? Why on earth is the UN inviting the Brown’s to speak at such an important conference when there is ZERO evidence that any human rights have been violated? The AP continues; “Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden are scheduled to address the 53rd Session of the United Nations Committee Against Torture in Geneva on Nov. 12 and 13. “The trip comes as a St. Louis County grand jury prepares to conclude its inquiry into the Aug. 9 shooting death of Brown by Ferguson officer Darren Wilson.” It can’t be overstated enough that as of today, no one has all the facts to make any certain conclusions about this case. For the UN to invite the Brown’s to speak at a conference dealing with such an important topic, only serves to diminish the true meaning of human rights violations and torture. I think it’s important to point out that I am not critical of the Brown family, but only to show how morally inept the UN has become. It’s bad enough that the UN has given credibility to the claim that Michael Brown’s human rights had been violated, even though no one knows for certain what happened. It’s even worse that they will allow it to be discussed at a conference where real human rights have actually been violated. I continue to be amazed at the lefts love of the United Nations. I think it’s because they love the idea of having a world United in peace, a world where no country is better than any other, in short, a world where equality exists. As a result of this mind set, they become incapable of making moral distinctions, as in the case of lumping together what they think happened in Ferguson Mo, and what is happening in the places like, North Korea, China, the Middle East and Africa. prisonchaplain 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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