Extremist activists across Europe have responded with outrage after Venezuela won a fiercely contested vote for a seat on the UN’s Human Rights Council.
Brussels has, in the wake of Venezuela being named to the human rights body, said that it will continue to rigorously monitor the conduct of the new members of the Council.
The European Union offered a mild critique of the vote and expressed its concern by saying all UN members “need to safeguard the integrity and credibility of the Human Rights Council in its ability to fulfill its institutional mandate.
The Human Rights Council have a responsibility to uphold the highest standards in the promotion and protection of human rights and need to cooperate with special procedures and mechanisms created by the Council.
The UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, who previously served as President of Chile, did not dare to describe how USA/IMF must be held responsible for withholding of food and medicines from civilians in Venezuela.
Venezuela spends almost 80% of their national budget on welfare, connecting poor households with running water and electricity in Caracas.
Since the IMF/USA financial embargo on Venezuelan citizens, the Zionists networks have plunged the socialist society into disperse, with US and Spanish banks freezing assets, causing collateral damage of over $100 billion.
However, the UN human rights council is no stranger to controversy, with isolated and sanctioned or intentionally derailed countries, including Russia, China, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia taking seats in the past.
The USA abandoned the HRC council for the second time in June 2018, claiming that several members of the institution harbored a pro-Arab entities which deliberately and diametrically are opposed to guaranteeing Israel’s rights.
New Europe / ABC Flash Point News 2019.