Aussie Senator Proposes Punishing New Zealand for Co-Sponsoring UN Resolution to Condemn Israel


New Zealand was surprisingly one of the co-sponsors of the UN resolution condemning Israel for allowing Jews to live on land that belongs to them.

Many residents of Australia, New Zealand’s neighbor and big brother of sorts, are not happy with the UN’s anti-Semitic resolution and New Zealand’s co-sponsorship of it.

According to Breitbart, an Australian senator has demanded tighter immigration controls coupled with trade sanctions against New Zealand after it co-sponsored a United Nations resolution condemning Israel’s West Bank settlements.

The upper house representative also wants the Australian government to back Israel and take serious steps to stop the “world-wide targeting of the Jewish state”.

Sen. Malcolm Roberts (pictured) of the One Nation Party said he was “appalled” at New Zealand co-sponsoring a resolution in the UN Security Council criticising Israeli settlements as violating international law and undermining a two-state solution with Palestine.

“If Australia had applied pressure to New Zealand in a serious manner, the new English government would have thought twice before stabbing our ally in the front,” Sen. Roberts said in a press release.

The resolution was passed 14-0 at the last council meeting of 2016, and New Zealand’s final meeting in its two-year term as an elected member of the Security Council.

As Breitbart Jerusalem reported, Israel immediately condemned the vote with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slamming President Barack Obama for allowing the UN to “gang up” on Israel.  Mr. Netanyahu also recalled the Israeli ambassadors to New Zealand and Senegal, two of the countries that proposed the UN Security Council anti-settlement resolution along with Venezuela.

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