Trump and Nikki Haley tell the United Nations to pound sand

Democrat women love to talk about how brave they are, don’t they? Usually it comes up when Donald Trump slams them on Twitter. Ah, yes. It’s so brave to bleat “I will not be silenced!” in response to a tweet.

But something tells me Kirsten Gillibrand or Elizabeth Warren couldn’t stand up before the Star Wars Bar Scene that is the United Nations and tell them to pound sand.

Nikki Haley is fearless.

Hell, compared to Kirsten and Pocahontas, she’s practically Wonder Woman.

Nikki vs United Nations

[Sorry, I couldn’t resist; I finally saw Wonder Woman this week. And it is now my new favorite movie.]

You know, there are a lot of reasons why the Obama presidency was damaging for the United States.

And his obsequious pandering to the United Nations is definitely chief among them.

But it wasn’t just that Obama officials deferred to the UN. That’s bad enough. But they actually put US sovereignty aside if the United Nations demanded it.

Obama’s irrational fealty to “global cooperation” coupled with his startling naiveté left American foreign policy at the whim of America’s enemies.

Back in September 2014 after Obama’s ridiculous speech before the UN General Assembly, I wrote a column titled “Parsing Pusillanimous Piffle” (now available in my second volume of columns RANT 2.0: Even More Politics & Snark in the Age of Obama).

I said in part:

Obama’s 4,261 word speech was a signal to a very dangerous world that the United States of America will not lead through strength, will not seek to preserve and protect its own interests, and will only act if the frothing anti-Semites and tin-pot dictators represented at the UN are kind enough to agree.
“On issue after issue, we cannot rely on a rule-book written for a different century. If we lift our eyes beyond our borders – if we think globally and act cooperatively – we can shape the course of this century as our predecessors shaped the post-World War II age.” [Bold emphasis Dianny’s]
America led the way in the twentieth century, not because it was thinking globally and acting cooperatively, but because America sought its own interests. It fought to preserve and protect its own sovereignty and freedom.
America stands for the unalienable rights of all man. Life. Liberty. Property.
And by maintaining and preserving the sanctity of those rights within our own nation, we can be a help to the world. Only by putting our nation’s interests first, can we be a help to the world

Could you imagine how Obama or Samantha Power would have responded to yesterday’s vote against our moving the Embassy to Jerusalem?

Of course Obama never would have followed through on his own promise to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. But play along with me anyhow.

You don’t really have to imagine too hard. We all know how they would’ve reacted.

Samantha Power and Obama would have bent over backwards to appease this pack of anti-American cranks and psychos.

Obama’s greatest fault when it came to foreign policy was his own servile obsequiousness. He was a bootlicker – a fawning, subservient desperate to please those who despise the US.

And it was nauseating to watch.

But President Trump and Nikki Haley do not put the will of the United Nations over the will of the American people.

Nor would they ever surrender US sovereignty to that hodgepodge of hateful, money-grubbing, anti-Semitic cretins.

After eight years of prostrating, sycophantic ass-kissing toward America’s enemies, having an Administration that stands up to the UN and tells them to go pound sand is what I call Winning.

President Trump and Nikki Haley grasp one very salient point:

The United Nations needs the United States. But the we do not need them.

And that gives us a hell of a lot of leverage and a great deal of power – power and leverage that Barack Obama would surrender in a heartbeat.

But not President Trump. And not Nikki Haley.

It takes a great deal of courage to stand up for US sovereignty in the face of such coordinated opposition.

Obama was never able to do that because he worried too much about what the rest of the world thought of us.

Well, that and he pretty much agreed with the tyrants, tin-pot dictators and terrorists at the UN.

For eight years the United Nations got used to having a US President wrapped around their finger.

But things have changed. America the Superpower is back.

And the UN isn’t particularly happy about it.

But who cares?

If the United Nations doesn’t like it, they’re free to get the hell out and move their freak show elsewhere.

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6 thoughts on “Trump and Nikki Haley tell the United Nations to pound sand

  • December 22, 2017 at 11:09 am

    You said “Obama was never able to do that because he worried too much about what the rest of the world thought of us.” That is not necessarily true, he didn’t and doesn’t care what the world thinks of the USA, he only cares what they think about him so he can get control of the UN and to him control the world.

  • December 22, 2017 at 12:17 pm

    America Pleads Not Guilty-Dan Valentine

    In the turmoil of the times, Americans have been inoculated with a false feeling of guilt. Some would have us believe we have failed our dreams. They call us greedy, grasping, arrogant, meddlesome…

    America Pleads Not Guilty.

    Mobs stone our embassies…Americans are ridiculed in foreign lands…Dissenters at home defy our laws and make mockery of our freedom.
    We are called selfish, smug, self-satisfied, unfair.
    We are told to hang our heads in guilt and shame.

    America Pleads not guilty.

    They call us inhumane.
    But when disaster strikes anywhere in the world; flood, famine, hurricane or earthquake-we are the first to offer aid. Not just sympathy, but food, clothing, medicine, money…

    They call us selfish.
    But each year Americans contribute billions to charity…most of it dimes and dollars from average citizens.

    They call us “Uncle Shylock.”
    But what other nation in the history of the world fights and wins wars-then taxes itself to the breaking point to restore the war-torn lands of the enemies?

    America Pleads Not Guilty.

    Critics scoff at our New World ways.
    But in 200 years we have cleared a wilderness and have become the granary of the world and the arsenal of freedom.

    Cynics say we are crude and uncultured.

    But in 200 years we have built a nation of 175,000 schools….2,200 colleges and universities….1,000 symphony orchestras….100,000 libraries………75,000 hospitals….and 250,000 churches.

    Two hundred years ago, children worked in the mines and were old at 14…criminals were dipped in vats of molten lead…citizens were chained in dungeons with no hope of a fair trial. Debtors were stripped of their freedom…No man’s home was his castle.
    These are no more…thanks to the American Dream.

    America Pleads Not Guilty.

    They call us intolerant. But men of other colors and other faiths sit in our Senate and Congress, and rule from the highest judicial court in the land.

    America Pleads Not Guilty.

    There are 200 million Americans who have never owned a black slave, or any slave. They stem from a million ancestors who have never owned a black slave or any slave.
    There are 200 million Americans who have never started a war, or envied another man’s land….they have never ransacked a nation, looted a stranger’s home or forced any man to bow to a loser’s yoke. There are 200 million Americans who have never scoffed at another’s God…or defied his temples.

    Thousands of American soldiers are buried in foreign soil-they died fighting so others could be free. Cynics and dissenters cry: “America is through, the dream is gone.”

    They lie.

    Millions of Americans still live with their neighbors in peaces and harmony. Millions of Americans still live with the spirit of charity, with compassion in their hearts.
    Millions of Americans still pray, pay taxes, obey the law and govern themselves.
    Cynics, scoffers, critics, say what you will about us…

    America Pleads Not Guilty.

  • December 22, 2017 at 2:49 pm

    26 years overdue. But, BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
    As we said in Nam “…we’er gonna kick ass, too busy killing to take names!” I hope she and Don kill the names she takes. Figuratively kill.

  • December 22, 2017 at 3:00 pm

    You’re probably the only other person I know who uses the word “Pusillanimous.” What most people don’t know, is that this is where invective “Pussy” derives from. Pusillanimous means cowardly or timid and calling someone a pussy meant exactly that in a time way before society was so crude as to refer to female genitalia in public, as we do today.

    • December 22, 2017 at 7:25 pm

      I always got a kick out of VP Spiro Agnew’s use of alliteration: “supercilious sophisticates,” “vicars of vacillation,” “nattering nabobs,” and of course who can ever forget, “pusillanimous pussyfooters.” I don’t think he wrote those (Buchanan and Safire probably deserve that credit), but he delivered them very well.

  • December 22, 2017 at 11:19 pm

    (First time commenter here;-))
    Despite being a member of the justly despised millennial generation, I wouldn’t really consider myself a feminist (in the current sense), and I’m certainly not one of those women who thinks that because some movie/enterprise/whatever is “female driven” it’s the bestest-thing-ever (most of those things are cringe-worthy, honestly, and make me more ashamed to be a woman than proud to be one), but I think one of my favorite things about having Trump as POTUS is that I can finally actually admire some women in politically high positions–Nikki Haley, Kellyanne Conway, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders, for example. (I’d love to see a photoshop of them as Trump’s Angels, a less skanky version of Charlie’s Angels;-)). I like seeing women who aren’t pro-choice harpies (a la HRC, Pelosi, Fauxcahontus, etc.) actually have a position of power–and do something useful and admirable with it.

    Now, to see if the tax-cut inspires the company I work for to retain its seasonal workers as permanent employees…

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