UN Praises Gaddafi’s Human Rights Record

When watching moonbats flush the world down the toilet becomes too depressing, you can always turn to the United Nations for a little comic relief:

The UN Human Rights Council is set to adopt a major report hailing Libya’s human rights record — despite moving to suspend the Arab country’s council membership amid an international outcry over attacks on civilians.

The report shows countries applauding and commending Libya as they note “with appreciation the country’s commitment to upholding human rights on the ground.”

Here’s how the farce works:

“The Universal Periodic Review system was touted as the No. 1 innovation because everyone would be scrutinized equally,” said Anne Bayefsky, Eye on the UN chief, and senior fellow with New York-based Hudson Institute.

“But human rights abuser states caught on early that the rules enable them to line up countries that support them to speak on their behalf. The result is that human rights abuser states come away from the process looking like they were open-minded and had subjected themselves to scrutiny.”

Iran, Sudan and Cuba are among countries that heaped praise on Libya’s human rights record — despite themselves having poor human rights records, according to monitoring groups.

Canada also extolled the horrific Libyan regime, apparently out of sheer moonbattery.

Meanwhile, money stolen from your paycheck keeps the whole charade rolling along.

At least it must be some solace to the Libyans being bombed by their own government that their human rights have not been violated.

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Gaddafi: Fashion pioneer and UN human rights hero.

On a tip from GoY. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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