Jermain Botsio: This is about the U.N. Security Council criticizes U.S. over Golan recognition now the U.N. Security Council has a lot of pulled around the world and a lot of our allies you know, are in league with them. What do you think about the alliance with the U.N. and does it pose a threat to Israel and opposed to what's going on here?
Barry Nussbaum: I am not a big fan of kangaroo court diplomacy which is what the U.N. is. The bizarreness of the UN never ceases to amaze me Jermain where you could have a country of a few million people with virtually no army, no international trade, no commerce, no ability to affect anybody but their own citizens, and they get the same one vote as the United States gets who supports the majority of the U.N., who hosts the U.N., who is the biggest economy in the world, the biggest military in the world, the biggest donor in the world. On and on and on and on and on. That's what has run crazy at the U.N. and so the non-aligned countries combined with the Muslim block, controls every single vote in the United Nations. Every vote! So, before anything is being introduced, the votes are already counted Jermain, and it's the inmates running the asylum. No joke. Which is why so many people are so fed up with the United Nations. Look we had a fantastic ambassador for a couple of years, Nikki Haley, and she used to stand up and say hey enough is enough. You guys should be ashamed of yourselves. I mean the Human Rights Council which is supposed to protect human rights would have Syria on it. Syria the biggest mass murdering country since maybe China in the 50s and they sit on the Human Rights Council. What does a Human Rights Council do? Unanimously condemns Israel, who doesn't kill anybody. Who tells buildings in Gaza where the Hamas missiles are fired from, please evacuate, we don't want to hurt anybody, but we have to retaliate so we're going to blow up an empty building? That's what Israel does and they get condemned at U.N. organizations weekly and so, Nikki Haley led the walkout of the Human Rights Council and I think rightly so Israel quit as well and as far as I'm concerned we can walk away from all of that craziness because we're putting up with crazy people who literally and I mean this privately don't believe what they have to say publicly. What's the point?
Jermain Botsio: That is that blows my mind. It really does. You know you would think that the U.N. would be actually for peace. But it seems like as if like they are aligning themselves with terrorists in this sense.
Barry Nussbaum: No, no, literally word for word you're correct. Absolutely you're correct.