On Monday, US ambassador at the United Nations, Samantha Power (married to a Jewish professor), welcomed the departure of the UNHRC’s envoy for Palestinian territories, professor Richard Falk (Jewish), by the end of the next month. Both Tel Aviv and Washington have accused Dr. Falk of being biased against the Zionist entity and questioning the “official 9/11 story”.
Last week Dr. Falk during a news conference said that Israeli policies bore “unacceptable characteristics of colonialism, apartheid and ethnic cleansing“.
In response to Falk’s latest ‘antisemitic remarks’, Samantha Powers condemned “Falk’s relentless anti-Israeli bias, his noxious and outrageous perpetuation of 9/11 conspiracy theories.”
“His publication of bizarre and insulting material has tarnished the U.N.’s reputation and undermined the effectiveness of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC). The United States welcomes Mr. Falk’s departure, which is long overdue,” Said Power.
Interestingly, it’s the same Samatha Power who before finding her “Jewish roots”, in 2002, suggested that Washington should invade Palestine in order to save Palestinians from the ZionNazis murderers.
“It seems to me at this stage, and this is true of actual genocides as well and not just major human rights abuses which we’re seeing there, you have to go in as if you’re serious, you have to put something on the line,” she said. That meant taking the billions of dollars “serving Israel’s military” and investing it instead in the state of Palestine and a “mammoth protection force.” Power also noted that taking such a step “might mean alienating a domestic constituency of tremendous political and financial important“.
On June 13, 2013, Professor Kevin MacDonald described Samantha Power’s moral bankruptcy by saying that “Power strikes him a typical careerist who, despite her earlier spasm of moral consistency, realized that the way to fame and fortune was to make Jewish connections and completely ignore what she said about Israel’s human rights abuses“.
By her criticism of a Jewish voice of conscience, Samantha Power has proved that like Chuck Hagel, she too has become an Israeli donkey.
On February 3, 2014, Richard Falk rubbed in Zionist noses by penning an Op-Ed for Al-Jazeera, calling the Leader of Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini, as the greatest Revolutionary of the last century.