The UN's veiled attack on Denmark

Given that Denmark published the cartoons that riled up so many Muslims, one would think that the powers—that—be at the UN might be sensitive to sending the wrong message. Or is this attack (discovered by the eagle—eyed Michelle Malkin) on LEGO — a Danish company — just one more sign that the UN has completely capitulated to Islam?

Certainly it could be taken as a way to depict Danes as racists. After all, you have a nondescript jigsaw puzzle and incongruously, and intrusively, a LEGO piece that has no reason to be in the photo—except for a cheap propaganda shot.
 
Ed Lasky  3 21 06

Given that Denmark published the cartoons that riled up so many Muslims, one would think that the powers—that—be at the UN might be sensitive to sending the wrong message. Or is this attack (discovered by the eagle—eyed Michelle Malkin) on LEGO — a Danish company — just one more sign that the UN has completely capitulated to Islam?

Certainly it could be taken as a way to depict Danes as racists. After all, you have a nondescript jigsaw puzzle and incongruously, and intrusively, a LEGO piece that has no reason to be in the photo—except for a cheap propaganda shot.
 
Ed Lasky  3 21 06