12 comments for “WATCH: UN General Assembly Votes for Russia to Withdraw

  1. CaseyG
    February 23, 2023 at 23:28

    sigh—-sometimes it is so difficult to understand why governments and government workers say so many sad,
    insane, ridiculous or outrageous things. With the condition of the planet so perilous , it seems that those with
    the ability to speak so often seem insane liars who are merely following the governmental direction of the moment.

  2. George Oh
    February 23, 2023 at 17:52

    We are all screwed. These people have no business deciding what’s for lunch, much less world events.

  3. LeoSun
    February 23, 2023 at 13:05

    “Precisely one year ago, the unheard of,” blah, blah, blah. Yada. Yada. Yada. Russia. Russia. Russia!” ad nauseum, “It’s One (1) Year of Aggression, War Crimes & Crimes Against Humanity…..by One Country. One Culture. One Man ”

    Precisely one year later, “It’s BAD. Gettin’ WORSE.” U.S./NATO, Country to Country, desensitizing the General Assembly & The Universe. Pack’n Hate & War AGAINST One Country, One Culture, One Man, VLADIMIR PUTIN & RUSSIA. FORGETTING, “RUSSIA didn’t go into Ukraine to play U.S./NATO’S war games; RUSSIA went into Ukraine to change it!”

    “And, all “we” wanna know, is, where’d all the “Good People” go? We got heaps & heaps of what we sow.” ‘Sittin’ round feeling far away. So, far away; BUT, I can feel the debris. Can you feel it?

    “They” ‘got this and that w/a rattle-a-tat. Bad News. Misused.” Give us the wholly truth!!! “We’ve got too much to lose..” Whose side are you on?

    United “they” Stand, “Everywhere ther’s lotsa piggies living piggy lives. You can see them out for dinner, w/their piggy wives. Clutching forks and knives, to eat the bacon!!”

    Do the MATH (Make America Think Harder) It’s 55+ Years of Deception, Destruction, Death. It’s f/MADness (Mutually Assured Destruction) per the collaboration, collusion, cooperation of The “United” Nations @ The General Assembly.

    “And all we really wanna know is, “Where’d all the “Good People” go?” I don’t see them @ The General Assembly. Ciao

    …imo, a must add to your playlist: Jack Johnson’s “Good People” @ ‘In Between Dreams’ in joy, hxxps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Lrz2S81HXsM

  4. Ian Brown
    February 22, 2023 at 23:57

    And it just gets me how unironically the US/European and allied countries talk about how horrible the crime of aggression is, committed by a permanent member of the UN Security Council no less! Most of these countries were involved in the unprovoked destruction of either Yugoslavia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, or Vietnam, and act like preemptive war or invasions haven’t happened since the 1940s. They must really think their own citizens were born yesterday.

    • Valerie
      February 23, 2023 at 09:40

      When they talk about this, it’s as if they are talking about themselves. And sadly, i doubt really if many citizens are following these debates.

  5. Ian Brown
    February 22, 2023 at 23:51

    It’s kind of wild how all the Western statements are copy and paste “Mr President, a year ago today Russian began it’s illegal, immoral, blah, blah, blah” You can just skip over all of them because not only are the childish Good vs Evil talking points identical, but even the phrasing and structure of the remarks. It reminds me of those compilations of local US news anchors repeating the same stories word for word. After the 6th or 7th time, how many in the audience need to be reminded that the current stage of the war began one year ago?

    • Bruce Edgar
      February 23, 2023 at 16:50

      In similar vein, I would suggest that only those states who condemned US involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan have the consistency and moral fitness to comment on this conflict. As it stands now, there is only one side coming from the West–a lock step, sterotyped charade of virtue signaling.

  6. Riva Enteen
    February 22, 2023 at 20:20

    The Global South/majority gets it. This might be the time the UN is forced to live up to its promise. Time to put up or shut up and admit defeat. The session was inspired and hopeful.

    • February 23, 2023 at 18:26

      The US has veto power. There will be no UN investigation.

    • Riva Enteen
      February 23, 2023 at 21:35

      My mistake. The UNSC debate about the need for a follow up investigation after the.Hersh bombshell was hopeful. The UNGA vote was not!

  7. JMF
    February 22, 2023 at 19:44

    FYI: Considering CN’s previous run-in with “NewsGuard”, I believe you might find the following highly interesting:

    $749,387 Pentagon Contract Debunks the Lie about “Independent” Fact-Checkers [NewsGuard] by Dilyana Gaytandzhieva

    • Valerie
      February 23, 2023 at 10:22

      Talk about the fox (news) guarding the henhouse.

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