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UPDATE: UNHRC is the United Nations Hegemony that is Really Confused

By Rachel Lobo, for the Korean Central News Agency

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True and effective diplomacy sometimes needs no words

The third day of the Human Rights Council led into a third resolution being forcibly pushed through by certain inconsistent and non-conciliatory member states. This particularly misguided resolution put forward by the Zionist regime and traitorous ‘South Korea’ posing as genuine nations focuses on supposed refugees and asylum seekers that are merely just delusioned defectors from the Greatest Nation. It should be noted that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has had extremely and unfairly limited scope to present their views to these imperialist and colonialist hypocrites.

It is believed India concocted half of this diatribe and Israel ironically constructed the other half focusing on freedom of expression. It was described as a collaborative effort by these two co-conspirators. The most enlightened representative in the room expressed his disappointment of the other less illuminated delegates for submitting to the Zionist state and western allied scum agenda, as these international power hoarders have refused to work with the DPRK. As a result, the Grand Marshall himself has rejected the Draft Resolution in its entirety and his representative regards every clause referring to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea as invalid.

The real revelations came in the form of India admitting it’s own political incapacity and China maintaining that they as a close ally of the most honourable Republic that they will abstain from the vote of this resolution as the language is too biased against their most noble and outstanding ally. China outlined that the DPRK would be a direct contributor to the published report in Clause 2 and will be included in the discussions and negotiations this clause suggests.

Clause 4 of this resolution reeks in similarity to that of the colonialist European Schengen Border ideal framework and clearly reflects the machinations of the Western allied scum.

Russia believes it is taking the middle ground and has made the unsound ‘observation’ that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea may not live up to all international standards of scrutiny but disagrees with the majority of the Human Rights Council that the lax in media censorship should be a free for all.

The Russian representative recommends one of the most Dishonourable Justices of Australia to take a look at Draft Resolution 1, clearly denoting a deflection in the quality of this 3rd Draft resolution to come out of this Council this weekend. The delegate for ‘South Korea’ provides foundation for this in agreeing that this was a rather rushed and not the most comprehensive resolution.

Clause 15 of this resolution arises from the claims of the Zionist state that the DPRK lacks accountability in all areas including the stringent control over media. The Korean Central News Agency is one of the utmost clear representation of the freedom of expression and right to information of our country’s citizens, much alike China’s self-characterisation as a bastion of human rights within the global community. The affirmation of non-governmental organisations having the role of reporting on a sovereign state’s matters is laughable. This is a poignant insertion of the Zionist and ‘South Korean’ agenda into the most Glorious Nation’s governance.What one could conclude from this weekend is this, there is only one line of outstanding virtuous thought and that is of the Grand Marshall Kim Jong-Un and all his representatives in the public and private spheres. This is both within and outside the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s borders. Whether he is going for his daily morning walk or on his dutied tour of our great nation, his outstanding wisdom will always prevail over any wrongdoing or propaganda any traitorous scum can purport.

UNICEF Response to the Syrian Child Refugee Crisis

By Jay Ng, for The Guardian

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Delegates at UNICEF have reached consensus and passed a resolution in regards to the Syrian child refugee crisis. The committee acknowledged the urgency of this issue and has proposed practical measures.

This resolution mainly focuses on delivering support in key aspects of children’s lives such as health, education and psychosocial assistance.

Syria and its immediate countries will be divided into Zone 1 (Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Lebanese Republic, Arab Republic of Egypt, the Republic of Iraq, the Republic of Turkey) and Zone 2 (Syria) for the efficient targeting of aid. Given Syria’s strong stance on sovereignty, the resolution aims to prioritize child health and welfare within Zone 1.

Vaccines, medical professionals, clean water and food will be the main resources delivered to children. UNICEF delegates also believe in Syrian children’s rights to continue their education despite the ongoing political instability. UNICEF will consult educators from Syria and surrounding regions to create the best possible school curriculum in order to accommodate for all cultural differences.

Delegates from India and Israel proposed an anti-violence against women campaign within the framework of the resolution. Men will be provided with education that discourages the use of violence in the private and public sphere in order to avoid future sexual assaults imposed on women and children.

The resolution also calls for Member States to increase funding support to achieve efficiency and accelerate the development of goals.Delegates would also like to address the need for clarification over the legal status of refugees born in Zone 1 refugee camps. It calls on Member States to reaffirm the maternal origin of citizenship rights of children and their right of return.

DPRK Rejects UNHRC Draft Resolution Entirely

By Yuvin Manadeniya, for Al Jazeera

A recent press conference held with the United Nations Human Rights Council revealed that the proposed draft resolution that had been prepared by the council would be rejected by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) in its entirety.

When questioned on the expected effectiveness of the proposals, the delegate for Israel stated that while they are unsure as to whether they will achieve their intended outcomes they feel it is important to place pressure on the DPRK. The delegate also mentioned the importance of “not watering down the provisions” in attempting to reach consensus with DPRK. This highlights the stance which the international community has taken against the human rights violation which the DPRK have been accused of committing.

However, if DPRK is unwilling to consider the proposals whatsoever, and rejects the draft resolution “in its entirety,” it can render the entire process redundant. Past experience has shown the DPRK highly resistant to international pressure, and it is unlikely that this draft resolution will alter this situation. It leaves the UNHRC with the uncomfortable position of either; watering down provisions and attempting to reach consensus on some grounds with DPRK, or creating extensive, unfeasible proposals which will be rejected entirely. The DPRK claimed there was a need for states to reach out and create dialogue with them, and while it was clear that efforts were made, it appears that the UNHRC has moved beyond this and described the representative for DPRK as “hostile and unwilling.” As the draft resolution was rejected entirely by the DPRK, it appears the UNHRC has opted to take a stance, and reaffirm their view on the alleged human rights violations. Whether this draft resolution will place enough pressure on the DPRK to begin amending its violations, or whether it will be outright ignored remains to be seen.

UNICEF PASSES DRAFT RESOLUTION FOR SHORT TERM CRISIS RELIEF EFFORTS

By Jay Ng, for The Guardian

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The Guardian delivered the shocking proof of what has long been suspected about the efficiency of Syrian crisis relief efforts, which led to an emergency crisis in the afternoon. The Jordanian government has been knowingly assisting Syrian rebel factions in recruiting Syrian child refugees to fight against the Syrian government.

This has been triggered by Jordan’s dissatisfaction towards the ongoing refugee burden. An anonymous source said even 8 years olds are taken away in the middle of the night for Syrian rebel recruitment. There are also similar reports originating from Egypt.

Child rebel soldiers are committing violent acts towards the Syrian government. They are provided with weapons training, demoralisation, and often punishment and torture. Jordanian government has responded saying these allegations are ridiculous.

The Tunisian government sent representatives to UNICEF to confirm that Egypt and Jordan have been engaged in supporting rebels and the recruitment of child soldiers.

UNICEF delegates condemned Egypt and Jordan, and attempted to suspend their voting rights. The motion, which Argentina forcefully supported with other delegates, failed twice in voting. Sweden told The Guardian that this is a motion that violates democracy.

The US proposed and passed a successful draft resolution that aims to focus on short-term actions such as calling for UN investigation and recommends the UNSC employ peacekeepers in refugee camps.

Syria held doubt about the effectiveness of the goals proposed by US and reaffirmed that they are likely to take unilateral action in case of failure. Israel has also raised concerns in regards to the generalization of peacekeeping strategies in the draft resolution.The US is hoping to implement long term goals in the next meeting in regards to education for refugee children. This will avoid similar situations in the future, as it empowers children’s future.

Press Release in the UNDP

By Tiffany Alexander, for the BBC

Debate transpired today in the UNDP over the appropriate course of action to publicly acknowledge the tragedy that has struck Cambodia and Somalia. If the public comes to the conclusion that the statement is ‘neutral’ (in it’s language? In it’s emotional impact?) then they will be satisfying Norway who felt this was ‘appropriate’ for a press release. The implication by Norway that journalism is purely empirical is possibly a view shared by Israel who refused to acknowledge the statement, the other explanation being his vendetta against Cambodia and hence a refusal to pay her people respects. This action is at least consistent with his radical impression on the committee so far. The statement is as follows:

“The international community recognizes the grave situation of the natural disasters that have recently affected Cambodia and Somalia and wish to express its sincerest condolences. In direct response to these events, the UNDP has focused upon developing an equitable humanitarian framework that enables the entire international community to react more effectively and with greater swiftness to future natural disasters and other multi-faceted humanitarian crises. In light of previous disasters and relief efforts, the UNDP seeks to streamline an efficient response for all affected nations.”