Mon 27 Apr 2009
On 8 Dec. 2008 in the ”Resolution 3/2, preparations for the Durban Review Conference ” the UN Human Rights Council passed the Conference to take place in Geneva.
This was the result of the voting: In favour: Algeria, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Cameroon, China, Cuba, Djibouti, Ecuador, Gabon, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Mali, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uruguay, Zambia. Against: Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Republic of Korea, Romania, Switzerland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Abstaining: Ukraine.
Considering the overwhelming number of dictatorial states in favour of the conference, I find any reason to be pleased, as I think of the numerous minority groups in those countries – especially the Christians being exposed to very severe persecution, discrimination and being victims of xenophobia. Even though, as a rule, they are the indigenous peoples of countries later on conquered, in particular by Islam, which has so far conquered more than half of the originally Christian territory.
Indeed, the following document obliges the favouring dictatorial states to care meticulously well for their minority groups – even conceding any of their own rights to the minority groups, who are to be allowed to behave to their liking. If not allowed the majority nation will deserve to be called racist and xenophobic - even being dragged before international courts and exposed to sanctions for violating the Durban II – and even worse the UN´s Universal Declaration of Human Rights – a very bad thing in the "world society."
The Durban II puts the matter to the point; Today there is just one stroke of morals: Opposing racism and xenophobia – no matter what those 2 concepts cover of hatred to e.g. our outdated morals and culture.
This stroke of morals implies, however, that it is punishable for us, too, to fight for our own cultural and religious background – and it gives in to strong imperialistic immigrant cultures and allows our churches to be transformed into mosques (video/UK). For a holy cause has taken over the world: The New World Order with its 6 Weishaupt Commandments – -or in other words: World Communism propagated with religious/ideological zealotry.
Here is The World Communist Manifesto 2009 – the Credo of the New World Order: The Declaration of the World Conference I and the Declaration II (April 20-24, 2009) against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance (in the following just called racism), which is said to be for the protection of Africans and Asians.
I.a. the USA, Israel and Germany stayed away. Iran´s Ahmedinejad provided a little entertainment, when he called Israel a racist state– showing his hypocrisy – and that of the entire undertaking.
“Noting with concern the continued and violent occurrence of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, and that theories of superiority of certain races and cultures over others, promoted and practised during the colonial era, continue to be propounded in one form or another even today, ..equality must be protected as a matter of the highest priority, and recognizing the duty of States to take prompt, decisive and appropriate measures with a view to eliminating all forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance. Dedicating ourselves to combating the scourge of racism, …we solemnly adopt the Durban (I) Declaration and Programme of Action.
We also affirm the great importance we attach to the values of solidarity, respect, tolerance and multiculturalism, which constitute the moral ground and inspiration for our worldwide struggle against racism, We further affirm that all peoples and individuals constitute one human family, rich in diversity.
Any doctrine of racial superiority is scientifically false, …must be rejected along with theories which attempt to determine the existence of separate human races;
We note that the process of globalization constitutes a powerful and dynamic force. Inequal distribution of wealth creates racism. Economic growth and sustainable development,… increased intercultural exchange …Only through …a shared future …. can globalization be made fully inclusive and equitable.
22. Some States have political and legal structures or institutions, some of which were inherited and persist today, that do not correspond to the multi-ethnic, pluricultural and plurilingual characteristics of the population, …there is discrimination in the exclusion of indigenous peoples;
23. We fully recognize the rights of indigenous peoples.
26. We affirm the need to put an end to impunity for violations of the human rights.
27. Racism is gaining ground, .. through political parties and organizations.
28. We recall that persecution against any identifiable group is impermissible under international law, in some cases, qualifies as crimes against humanity;
29. We strongly condemn the fact that slavery and slavery-like practices still exist.
37: People of Asian descent have contributed and continue to contribute significantly to the economic, social, political, scientific and cultural life of the countries where they live;
48. We condemn racism against migrants and the stereotypes often applied to them.
49. We highlight the importance of creating conditions conducive to greater harmony, tolerance and respect between migrants and the rest of society. We underline family reunification.
55. We affirm our commitment to the protection of refugees, asylum-seekers, returnees and internally displaced persons, and…of international solidarity, burden-sharing.
56. We recognize the presence in many countries of a Mestizo population of mixed ethnic and racial origins and its valuable contribution to the promotion of tolerance and respect.
58. We recall that the Holocaust must never be forgotten;
60. We also recognize with deep concern the existence of religious intolerance against religious communities as well as the emergence of increased negative stereotyping, hostile acts and violence against such communities.
61. We recognize with deep concern the increase in anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
63. We are concerned about the plight of the Palestinian people. We recognize the inalienable right of the Palestinian people… an independent State and we recognize the right to security for all states in the region, including Israel.
65. We recognize the right of refugees to return voluntarily to their homes (Israel?) and properties.
70. Develop a more systematic and consistent approach to evaluating and monitoring racial discrimination against women.
71. We deplore attempts to oblige women belonging to certain faiths and religious minorities to forego their cultural and religious identity – and occupational discrimination against them.
80. We firmly believe in education, development to combat racism.
81. We recognize democracy, … for the effective prevention of racism, and… that any form of impunity for crimes motivated by racist and xenophobic attitudes plays a role in weakening the rule of law and democracy and tends to encourage the recurrence of such acts;
82. We affirm the Dialogue among Civilizations.
83. We underline the key role of political leaders and political parties against racism.
86. We recall that the dissemination of all ideas based upon racial superiority or hatred shall be declared an offence punishable by law (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 5 of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination;)
89. We note with regret that certain media promote false images and negative stereotypes.
90. We recognize the positive contribution of the exercise of the right to freedom of expression, particularly by the media and new technologies, including the Internet against racism. We reiterate the need to respect editorial independence of the media in this regard;
This very expensive ceiling was donated to a UN meeting room in Geneva for the Durban II by Spanish taxpayers amid the breakdown of their economy
91. We express deep concern about the use of new information technologies, such as the Internet, for purposes contrary to respect for human values, equality, non-discrimination.
93. We affirm that all States should recognize the importance of community media that give a voice to victims of racism.
98. We emphasize the importance and necessity of teaching about the facts and truth of the history of humankind from antiquity to the recent past.
Programme of Action
2. Urges States to take all necessary and appropriate measures to end enslavement.
24. Requests all States to combat manifestations of a generalized rejection of migrants.
25. Invites international and national non-governmental organizations to include monitoring and protection of the human rights of migrants.
30. Urges States: (a) To develop and implement policies and action plans, (b) To review and revise, where necessary, their immigration laws,… so that they are free of racial discrimination . (c) encourage respect for cultural diversity.
33. Recommends that host countries of migrants consider the provision of adequate social services, in particular in the areas of health, education and adequate housing, as a matter of priority.
47. Urges States to guarantee the rights of persons belonging to national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities, individually or in community to enjoy their own culture, to profess and practise their own religion, and to use their own language, in private and in public.
54. Urges States:(a) To recognize that sexual violence which has been systematically used as a weapon of war is a serious violation of international humanitarian law
70. Urges States to take all necessary constitutional, legislative and administrative measures to foster equality among individuals and groups who are victims of racism.
71. Urges States, including their law enforcement agencies, to design and fully implement effective policies and programmes to prevent, detect and ensure accountability for misconduct by police officers and other law enforcement personnel which is motivated by racism
72. Urges States to eliminate the phenomenon popularly known as “racial profiling”.
73. Urges States to take measures to prevent genetic research or its applications to promote racism.
74. Urges States and invites non-governmental organizations and the private sector: (a) To create and implement policies that promote a high-quality and diverse police force free from racism and recruit actively all groups, including minorities, into public employment, including the police force and other agencies within the criminal justice system (such as prosecutors).
84. To take measures so that racist motivations are considered an aggravating factor.
85. Urges States to examine possible links between criminal prosecution, police violence and penal sanctions, on the one hand, and racism.
87. Urges States parties to adopt legislation implementing the obligations they have assumed to prosecute and punish persons who have committed or ordered to be committed grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 and Additional Protocol I thereto.
89. Urges States to carry out comprehensive, exhaustive, timely and impartial investigations of all unlawful acts of racism.. to prosecute criminal offences ex officio. It recommends that anti-discrimination monitoring services be established;
144. Urges States and encourages the private sector to promote the development by the media of a voluntary ethical code of conduct and self-regulatory measures to combating racism,
206. Approve as soon as possible the text of the draft declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples, in accordance with Commission resolution 1995/32 of 3 March 1995;
211. Urges leaders of religious communities to continue to confront racism and intolerance.
Comment Time and again the Declaration calls for money from states and privates for the peoples sending – due to their own failure – so many valuable, contributing immigrants to us. For they are poor and remain poor, no matter how much money we are pumping into their enriching cultures, even giving them all possibilities here with us. Strange, this eternal begging and lack of development, since they say there is no racial difference between us and that our cultures are equal! So, why do they forbid genetic research?
Considering all this promised benevolence to minorities, the step by the Russian Church to ask the Conference to deal with ”Christophobia” would seem totally unnecessary!!!
But then again: Who has been colonizing the world for the past 1400 years? Who sells and holds slaves even today? Who is absurdly intolerant to minority groups? Who excludes and even kills Christians today? Who is discriminating women? Who does not punish intolerance? Who is not telling the truth about its history – even making it punishable to do so? Who is using sexual violence as a weapon of war? Whose police forces are misconducting? Where is there no diverse police force free from intolerance? Who feels superior to all other religions? Who have through their behaviour made us criminals by disliking them and their background? Who suppresses the freedom of speech? Who does not respect the rights of indigenous peoples?
Well, logics are not the force of this conference. Initially they reject the idea that there are separate human races. In art. 56 they write about Mestizo populations of mixed racial origin!!! Art. 90 (freedom of expression) is immediately contradicted by art. 91 and Action Pogramme art. 144!
Hurrah for Durban II – or is the whole thing just a weapon against us Europeans in the ongoing Islamic colonisation of Europe? I cannot believe that our politicians are so stupid as to hand us over to Islam without a reward – even in the name of their New World Order, the manifest of which we see here. (See videos on the right margin of this blog). But anyway, most of them did sign this judicially non-binding declaration – and morally they have no concerns – for they have no morals. So, what did they receive in return for betraying us?
This is a step in the New World Order UN-dictatorship – supported by dictatorial states. In fact, it is a diktat of our entire future social system.
Of course, the declaration is not judicially binding for states, is just "soft" "international law" - but that is more and more changing in favour of international law, as the UN-dictatorship increases.
If Europeans do not understand it now, we shall be despicably coated with official feelings of guilt, the denial of which will be made punishable, and which will serve to subject ourselves to the morally higher civilization of Islam - because of our terrible history: 1. The militarily necessary crusades which for centuries stopped the Islamic conquest of Christian areas. 2. Colonial times, without which the Muslims would be even poorer today. 3. Slavery, occurs in Muslim countries, e.g. in Mauritania. This guilt is already being exploited to the utmost the Pharisees through the Holocaust .
Now the EU's racism watchdog, the EU Fundamental Rights Agency in Vienna, reports on extensive racism by Europeans against certain immigrants. Indeed! Who can understand it?
Through the Framework Decision on Racism and Xenophobia the EU has already complied with the Muslim demands for punishment of Antiislamic statements by up to 3 years of imprisonment.
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