Buttle's World

8 January, 2009

Your Tax Dollars: Funding Terrorists

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 20:50

When do we get to wake up and call the UN what it is: A supporter of terrorism.

Once upon a time, terrorists had to hide from the forces of the free world and filch their living on the sly. That’s changing, thanks to long-running efforts by the United Nations, bankrolled most prominently by the U.S.

In the current violence of Gaza, we are seeing the fruition of one of the most bizarre creations of modern diplomacy: a UN-supported welfare enclave for terrorists.

Behind this lies a straightforward equation. Gaza, with its 1.5 million people, runs almost entirely on international handouts. The UN ranks it among the top per-capita aid recipients on the planet.

And what does all that money get used for? Gee, that’s a toughie.



  1. You make some good points. I really enjoy reading your blog. Keep up the good work.

    I’ve just started a new blog that will be highlighting the dangers of the secular progressive movement (pro-gay “rights”, pro-abortion, anti-religious freedoms, etc). Unfortunately, most Christians still don’t know what’s going on out there and the mainstream media certainly isn’t covering it.

    We’re looking to build a solid group of social conservatives who’ll frequent our site regularly and contribute to some good discussions. I hope you’ll check us out!

    If you’ll add us to your blogroll we’ll gladly add you to ours. Just drop us a comment over at our blog so that we’ll know to add you. Our blog is called Religion and Morality.


    Comment by cschande — 8 January, 2009 @ 22:47

  2. I’m glad you enjoy the blog and find it useful, and wish you the best. I think I’ll pass on the link exchange, although I admire the fact that you wouldn’t mind being listed along with the Secular Right blog.

    Comment by buttle — 9 January, 2009 @ 9:26

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