President Biden raised quite a few eyebrows during his recent speech at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, starting with the fact that the other members of the permanent security council declined to show up.
Indeed, the five members of the UN permanent security council include the United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, and China.
Needless to say, this combination is rather ironic, given the current state of geopolitical affairs.
It is little surprise that neither China nor Russia showed up to the UN assembly in New York in light of the current war.
What is surprising is that neither France nor the United Kingdom opted to fly to New York, for unknown reasons.
Which is the precise context for Trump’s rather telling commentary online.
“Biden just finished his surrender (“speech”) at the United Nations, and nobody, despite all we give them, showed up,” Trump declared on Truth Social.
In terms of “surrender,” Trump was likely referring to the rather obvious fact that Ukraine is nowhere near any sort of victory, despite Biden baldly declaring “no more!” to Putin’s invasion during his State of the Union address in 2022.
Of course, mainstream media was quick to argue that Biden spoke to a “full house.”
What the media left out is the fact that despite a “full house” present, the United States was the only member of the permanent security council that bothered to show up.
Perhaps because the Biden regime has made it rather clear that they are uninterested in permanent security, or really any form of security at all.
After all, peace does not equal prosperity for relentlessly greedy globalists.
Which is why it is little surprise that Biden spent a significant percentage of his speech blithering on and on about war, with no discernible, realistic objective in sight.
“For a second year in a row, this gathering dedicated to peaceful resolution of conflict is darkened by the shadow of war,” Biden intoned.
The gathering, Mr. President, which was skipped even by top US allies, has been further “darkened” by dumping endless billions into Ukraine with zero accountability system in place.
Regardless, the fact that the United States was the only member of the permanent security council to show up to the UN General Assembly is quite telling, especially amid rising global tensions.
And, as Trump sagely points out on his social media platform, that is an unfortunate development, given what it signifies about the United States’ current standing (or lack thereof) in terms of global perception.
“No respect for America any longer!” Trump declared.
One can only hope that the tide of respect will shift, dramatically, by the end of 2024.
Author: Jane Jones