Donald Trump Calls Out United Nations Partiers [VIDEO]

While claiming to be saving the world, United Nations partyers have earned a reputation for being self-serving and corrupt.

United Nations partyers have been called out before. For example, here is the late Phyllis Schlafly from 2012:

While President Obama and Speaker John Boehner are wrestling with whether or not they will agree to raise taxes, United Nations delegates partying in Doha, Qatar are planning to impose a new kind of tax on Americans. U.N. conferees have been discussing how they can start a global tax that would hit Americans hard.

The United Nations taxfeeders and NGO groupies want the public to take their expensive summits, meetings, and conferences very seriously. The media never reports on the lavish partying, the stimulus to the local prostitution industry, and other aspects of carousing that these aspiring world rulers engage in.

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They don’t worry about critics too much. United Nations partyers trust that the media will ignore conservative critics like Schlafly. But what are they going to do when the President of the United States calls them out?

The Associated Press reports,

Days after the United Nations voted to condemn Israeli settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, Donald Trump questioned its effectiveness Monday, saying it’s just a club for people to “have a good time.”

The president-elect wrote on Twitter that the U.N. has “such great potential,” but it has become “just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time. So sad!”

On Friday, Trump warned, “As to the U.N., things will be different after Jan. 20th,” referring to the day he takes office.

United Nations partyers would much prefer that Donald Trump claim they are a communist conspiracy rather than hint that they are a corrupt joke. While Trump barely touched on the problem of U.N. corruption, the taxfeeders know that the President-elect could tweet more to his millions of followers at any moment.

Behind the lifestyles and loose morals of the United Nations partyers there are more serious stories.

Consider what Cliff May wrote last year:

For more than a decade UN peacekeepers have been implicated in what The New York Times – a strong UN supporter — has described as “a string of sex scandals from Bosnia to the Democratic Republic of Congo to Haiti.” We’re not talking here about officers having affairs with diplomats’ wives. We’re talking, as the Times phrased it, about “sexual activity with minors and nonconsensual sex…Cases have come to light where peacekeepers paid children $1 or with candy to make a rape seem like prostitution.” Efforts to prosecute those responsible have made no progress and the UN’s vaunted “zero tolerance” policy has been a bust.

The UN has been plagued by financial scandals as well – the Iraqi Oil for Food program is only the most infamous. The UN promised this would result in increased transparency. It hasn’t.

We have a President-elect who has declared he wants to “drain the swamp.” He has already called out Boeing merely for potentially profiting too much on a government contract. These United Nations partyers had better get ready for the party to end!

By the way, Donald Trump has said similar things before. In the Ruptly video below, he compares the UN to a country club. This was at a campaign rally in Jacksonville, Florida.

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