PAYBACK: Haley Crushes ‘Biased’ Trump-Hating Members Of UN In Farewell Speech

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Outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley used her last statement at the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday to skewer the body for their anti-Israel, anti-Trump bias. The payback was brutal. You’re going to love this.

President Donald Trump (left), Nikki Haley (right) (Photo Credit: Jamie Squire/Getty Images News/Getty Images, Drew Angerer/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

On Tuesday, Nikki Haley spoke for the final time at the U.N. Security Council in New York City. “When I first came to the United Nations two years ago, I was taken back a bit by this monthly meeting,” said Haley. “The fact that the UN would consider the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was not striking. It is, after all, a matter of international peace and security. What was striking was the frequency of the discussion and the one-sidedness of it.”

“Members of the Security Council have heard me say this many times. The problems of the Middle East are numerous, and yet we spend vastly disproportionate amount of time on just one of them,” she added. “And the UN has shown itself to be hopelessly biased, as we witnessed again just two weeks ago when the General Assembly failed to condemn Hamas’s terrorist activity against Israel.”

“Over the past two years, I have attempted to provide more value in this monthly meeting by using my time to speak about other pressing problems in the Middle East,” Haley continued.

“I have spoken about Iran’s illegal weapons transfers and destabilizing support for terrorism throughout the region. I have spoken about the barbarism of the Assad regime in Syria. I have spoken about Hamas’s illegal and diabolical use of human shields,” she went on.

“I have spoken about Hezbollah jeopardizing the safety of the Lebanese people and its violations of Israeli sovereignty which have come to light even more clearly in the last month. I have spoken about Iraq and Yemen, about refugees and humanitarian crises,” said Haley.

“I have done this for two reasons. I’ve done it to illustrate that most of the region’s problems have absolutely nothing to do with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. And I’ve done it to encourage the UN to move away from its obsession with Israel,” she furthered.

“This UN obsession has been entirely unproductive. It’s actually worse than that. The UN’s obsession with this issue has been counterproductive. It has sent a loud and false message to the Palestinians that they just might be able to achieve their goals by relying on the UN, rather than through direct negotiations. And it has sent a loud and accurate message to the Israelis that they can never trust the UN. This biased obsession is not the path to peace. It is the path to an endless stalemate,” said Haley.

“Israel is a thriving, strong, prosperous country. It has always wanted peace with its neighbors. It has clearly demonstrated its willingness to make big sacrifices for peace, including giving up large areas of land. But Israel will not make a peace agreement at just any price, and it shouldn’t,” she stressed.

“And then there are the Palestinian people,” said Haley. “Like the Israelis, they are a deservedly proud people. They too do not need to accept a peace agreement at any price. But the condition of the Palestinian people is very different. Economic opportunity, health care, even electricity are all scarce in the Palestinian territories. Terrorists rule much of the territory, undermining the safety of all civilians.”

“The Palestinian people are suffering terribly while their leadership clings to 50-year-old demands that have only become less and less realistic,” she added. “What awaits the Palestinian people with a peace agreement are the prospects of a massive improvement in the quality of their lives and far greater control over their political future.”

“It is time we faced a hard truth: both sides would benefit greatly from a peace agreement, but the Palestinians would benefit more, and the Israelis would risk more,” explained Haley.

Nikki Haley went on to champion the peace agreement drafted by the Trump administration, although, it is unlikely given the UN’s history that the body will adopt it.

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