Czech Defence Minister Calls for Country to Leave U.N. for ‘Cheering’ Hamas

Czech Defense Minister Jana Chernokhova called for the country to withdraw from the United Nations after the international body failed to condemn Hamas terrorists who massacred civilians in the October 7 attack on Israel.

The United Nations General Assembly this week called for a “ceasefire” between Israel and Hamas as Jerusalem prepares to invade Gaza to root out the Islamist terror group that carried out a brutal massacre of more than 1,400 people in Israel earlier this month. The resolution was passed with an overwhelming majority. .

Only 14 countries opposed the measure, including Austria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Fiji, Guatemala, Hungary, Israel, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Tonga and the United States.

Meanwhile, multiple attempts by the United States and others to pass resolutions condemning Hamas attacks were blocked at the United Nations by China and Russia. As permanent members of the Security Council, China and Russia used their veto powers to block condemnation of terrorist groups.

Czech Defense Minister Jana Chernochova on Saturday responded to the apparent anti-Israel bias at the United Nations. Said: “In my opinion, organizations that support terrorists and do not respect the fundamental right to self-defense have no place in the Czech Republic,” he declared, “Let’s get out.”

“Just three weeks ago, Hamas killed more than 1,400 Israelis, more civilian casualties than the Islamic extremist group Al Qaeda killed in the United States on 9/11. Only 14 countries, including ours, have spoken out clearly and rightly against this unprecedented terrorist attack carried out by the United Nations. I am ashamed of the United Nations,” Chernokhova continued. Ta.

The Czech defense minister doubled down on his condemnation of the United Nations on Sunday. write The existence of hostile states such as Iran and Russia, and human rights violators such as Afghanistan, North Korea, Syria and Mauritania, undermines the Charter of the United Nations and, by extension, the purpose of the Charter itself. Chernokhova argued that the process was meaningless, as China and Russia have a veto on expelling countries from international organizations.

“What is the point of an organization that cannot exploit even the slightest principles and possibilities, and which cannot be applied without the consent of the dictator?” she asked.

The conservative politician said that if the UN cannot bring about reforms to denounce terrorists or oust rogue states, it has “lost its role as a peacebuilder.” Ta. The world therefore needs a “new international organization” based on “modern principles” such as eliminating the veto granted to authoritarian regimes and ending “support for terrorism,” she said.

The Czech defense secretary has “often wondered” how the world refuses to believe the horrors perpetrated by Nazi Germany in concentration camps during World War II, but perhaps “not at all.” There wasn’t,” he concluded. Rather than refusing to believe in the atrocities, he says, “parts of society clearly wanted to eliminate Jews.”

“Anti-Semitism runs deep around the world, including in the United Nations. They trust terrorists, but they don’t trust the country that has protected Western civilization’s butt for so many years in the Middle East. Absurd. The world,” Chernokhova said.

“I simply cannot understand how no one is calling for fundamental reform of this organization that long ago turned from a peacemaker to a hammer against Israel.”

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