Friday, February 27, 2009

U.S, Defends Israel, Olmert Pleads Guilty to Arab Discrimination

Despite Israel Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's confession, the United State won't attend the UN meeting on racism. America's black President ordered the U.S. team to pass on the event. The AP reported:

"President Obama's decision not to send U.S. representation to the April event is the right thing to do and underscores America's unstinting commitment to combating intolerance and racism in all its forms and in all settings," the American Israel Public Affairs Committee said.

U.S. officials said they are pressing European nations to boycott the conference unless there are revisions to the final statement. The Netherlands and France have already expressed concern about the contents.

Seriousness and candor would have nations attending and dealing with facts. Divisive, heavy handed, tribal leaders make such things difficult.