Tuesday, March 3, 2009

"Durban 2"

It really is good to see the real international community, as opposed to that "international community" that is made of the United States and its sycophants, take a moral stand and if the stand that community is in the process of taking at "Durban 2" were to be repeated often enough we might just see the usual suspects, "Uncle Sam", "Blighty" and the zany Zionists, becoming isolated. Israel, Canada and the U.S. have already announced that they will boycott the upcoming summit and I am sure that perfidious Albion is about to follow suit.
"Durban 2", which will be held in Geneva next month, is a follow up to "Durban 1" and in 2001
the U.S. and Israel walked out midway through that eight-day meeting over a draft resolution that singled out Israel for criticism and likened Zionism to racism.This time round "A draft of the closing statement prepared for the upcoming United Nations-sponsored conference against racism, dubbed Durban 2, states that Israel's policy in the Palestinian territories constitutes a "violation of international human rights, a crime against humanity and a contemporary form of apartheid."(1) So, there we have Israel and the good old USA with not an argument to their name, indulging in their usual whining and denial and they cannot really quite formulate why they will not be sending a delegation. That is just it, you see, while they huff and puff and spout their drivel to the contrary, they have no real arguments against the truth and just as Zionism is a form of racism, so too are Israel's policies in the occupied territories and, indeed, in the so-called "Jewish democracy" itself, a "violation of international human rights and a contemporary form of apartheid. Which, brings me to the crimes against humanity and the 1,300 who were slaughtered recently in Gaza have already given way in the western media to the usual Zionist drivel. Wondering if I can drive down to Geneva and have a look in on the conference next month.
1 http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1068076.html

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