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Similar works by meddling "UN Rapporteurs" sparked anger from Ministers and MPs, but now the UN has warned attacking their criticism is racist and gives succor to Russia.
And they published a list of British politicians who have "undermined" the "international order" by attacking their work – including the Prime Minister.
They hammered Theresa May for describing tank chasing lawyers pursuing British vets as "activist, left wing human rights lawyers who harangue and harass the brave of the brave".
And they slammed ex-Deputy PM Damian Green for saying "the patronizing", and criticizing the Chancellor Philip Hammond for calling their findings "ridiculous".
In an angry online rebuke they said: "Unfortunately, several recent visits to the UK by UN Special Rapporteurs have been marred by misleading, hostile and occasionally racist reporting.
"At times, this reporting has been promulgated by members of Parliament and, on occasion, government ministers."
Their diatribe went on to: "Searching for language in the eyes of the international community, and thus can be used to legitimize the actions of violators and violators of the UK's strategic rivals.
"Officials in Kenya, Sri Lanka and Russia have used statements of this sort to justify negative actions with respect to human rights in their own country."
And so they attacked Tory MPs for "comments regarding the rapporteur's own origin" that are "frequently used to divert attention away from the purpose of the Rapporteurs' visit and their findings."
They pointed to Tory MP Philip Davies who rejected criticism from the UN in 2015, by saying "lecture on human rights by somebody from Africa is staggering."
He told the Kenyan delegate to "Robert Mugabe."
And former Tory MP Stewart Jackson was attacked for branding a 2014 investigator a "loopy Brazilian leftie with no evidence masquerading as a serious UN official".
The UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights Philip Alston has arrived for two week fact finding mission.
He wants to visit Belfast, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Jaywick in Essex, Glasgow, London, and Newcastle.
The UN said "he will particularly look at the rollout of universal credit, child poverty, and the implications of the UK leaving the EU."