Durban 3 - Hate the Jews Love In

There is always room for these Hate Israel fests - Another step to segregate Israel from the rest of the world. The legitimization of a democracy by many that subvert Human Rights, slaughter their own citizens, torture, and on and on violating the most basic Human Rights day after day, year after year.

And we will of course have Imanutjob speaking, and he may even tell us all again that there are no homosexuals in Iran. If there are none, it is because they left, and the rest were killed. It is a capital offense in Iran.

Then we have our resident wackos on site - The para below show the simpleminded beliefs of one such person. The hatred of Israel show no bounds nor any connection with reality.

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September 15, 2011

Dear Madam High Commissioner,

We write to strongly protest the UN’s unprecedented decision to exclude UN Watch, an ECOSOC-accredited non-governmental organization, from next Thursday’s high-level meeting to commemorate the Durban Declaration. The rejection of our application was carried out without any notice or semblance of due process, and is an act of discrimination. We appeal to you, as the leading figure of the UN’s anti-racism effort, to speak out against this deplorable decision and to demand that it be immediately reversed.

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If our government went crazy and decided to round up and exterminate Muslims, I bet most Canadians would do nothing. More likely many Canadians including Christians would help authorities round up and exterminate Muslims. Very few Canadians would help Muslims and I doubt number of Christians willing to risk their lives and that of their families would be higher than the non-Christians. Given your irrational hate and fear of Muslims, I doubt you would risk your life and that of your family to help a Muslim family.

Palestinian statehood and Durban III are both designed to delegitimize Israel | Full Comment | National Post

Two United Nations-sponsored anti-Israel events will coalesce this week, which are largely — and mistakenly — being treated as separate developments. The first is the Palestinian Authority’s move to secure recognition as a new member state of the United Nations by circumventing the peace process with Israel. The second event is the infamous UN-sponsored anti-Israel Durban III ten-year commemoration event.

There are important interconnections between the reckless unilateral Palestinian statehood bid and Durban III. In short, both events seek to deny Israel’s right to exist as a democratic, Jewish state.

The UN anti-racism conference, which was dubbed Durban after the South African city where the notorious 2001 event took place, has earned a global reputation as a vehicle for stoking anti-Semitism and racism. A sizable number of Durban I conference participants openly championed Hitler’s destruction of European Jewry and sought to modernize and extend his lethal anti-Semitism to Israel. A telling example was scores of banners in massive street demonstrations reading “Hitler should have finished the job,” and handouts with Hitler’s face reading, “What if I had won? The good things: there would be no Israel.”

All of this helps to explain why there is an interplay between the PLO’s goal of forming a government with the terror group Hamas, whose aim is the abolition of the Jewish state, and the commemoration of an anti-racist conference, namely Durban III, with a hate-based UN-sponsored agenda.

In 2009, the second act of Durban took place in Geneva and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad used his UN stage to call for the obliteration of Israel, as well as to deny the Holocaust.

Fourteen countries from the 193 member UN nations have pulled the plug on their participation in Durban III because the process is infected with racism, xenophobia and modern anti-Semitism. Canada, to its credit, was the first Western democracy to announce that it would not attend. The other countries boycotting the incorrigibly reactionary Durban event are the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Australia, Germany, Austria, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, the Czech Republic, New Zealand, Bulgaria and, naturally, Israel. Other European democracies such as Spain, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and others have abandoned enlightened democratic values and are moving forward with their participation in Durban III.

What the democracies who are wedded to Durban fail to see is that Arab states at first sought to focus their attention on the defeat of Israel solely through military means, but they soon realized that the political battlefield was as important. The Durban Declaration and the follow-up processes it has spawned are the centerpiece of that political battle. They allege Israel is racist — which they have done consistently since the mid-’70s — and that Zionism is racism. Such rhetoric is designed to push the message that Israel is a rogue state like apartheid South Africa; that it is so vile in its moral character that there is no need to negotiate with it.

And who better to supply those answers than the emblem of human rights, the United Nations. That is why Durban and the unilateral Palestinian move at the UN go hand-in-hand, a one-two punch. It is, therefore, imperative to point out that Durban and Palestine’s unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) are part and parcel of the rejection of a Jewish state. The racists are masquerading as anti-racists and the organization that is supposed to protect human rights is run by those who oppose those same rights.

The world’s major democracies have pulled out of Durban III because they have finally understood exactly that. Durban is not about combating racism, it is about demonizing Jews and the Jewish state. The fact that every Western member of the permanent five powers on the UN Security Council has decided to boycott a UN conference is a historic step of tremendous importance. The Palestinians — and Yasser Arafat in particular — were behind Durban I and its message. This is a major defeat of their message of rejectionism and a refutation that anti-Semitism is a legitimate political tool. It is also a sobering lesson for President Obama, who joined the UN Human Rights Council only to learn that the Council is behind Durban III and a key player in the effort to turn racism into anti-racism, and human rights into human wrongs.

John Bolton, the former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, who is slated to speak at a counter-Durban III event on Sept. 22 sees the Palestinian statehood effort as “the flip side at the UN of Durban III’s effort to delegitimize Israel.”
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