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Perhaps you can comprehend it better if it comes from the Huffington Post?
The president’s first-ever report on U.S. human rights to the UN Human Rights Council ....used the situation to bash Arizona’s immigration law — and possibly transfer jurisdiction over the law from Arizona to the UN.
Originally posted by debris765nju
The united nations does not have any jurisdiction over Arizona or the United States nor does Obama have the authority to do that. You do realize the OP is citing the "american independent party" propaganda?
If it's illegal to be in the country,it's illegal for everyone without proper documents. End of story.
... demonstrates the willingness of the Obama administration to subject the laws of the United States and those of the several sovereign states of which it is composed to the judgment of the world.
Later in the year, the UN Human Rights Council will conduct a final audit of the current state of the promotion of human rights in the United States. Then, it will recommend a slate of necessary reforms to the laws of the United States.
Between now and then, Americans have the opportunity through the periodic elections to be held in November to remove from office any legislator who favors the subjugation of our national and state sovereignty to the unelected, unaccountable, unconstitutional authority of the United Nations.