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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The Geneva hatefest is all but over

In his Tuesday night report from Geneva, Roger Simon explains why the Durban II hatefest adopted its final statement on Tuesday even though it technically doesn't end until Friday.
In short, they have been humiliated big time by the Iranian despot’s racist screed. Non-attendance by the Americans was one thing, but mass walkouts by the almost always complaisant Euros was highly threatening to the UN machine. And, make no mistake about it, here in the small city of Geneva especially, the UN is a machine, a money machine that brings in a significant proportion of the local GNP. No wonder the Swiss President, despite much criticism, was eager to shake the hand of the Iranian leader. Even though the Iranian people are in disastrous financial shape, Ahmadinejad was more than willing to blow off the money for forty rooms in this swank hotel, plus banquets for five hundred, plus who knows what else? Middle Eastern despots are cash cows for Geneva and the proximity of the UN to the local banks is no accident. They come to the Palais, say a few bad things about Israel and make a deposit.

Making matters worse for the UN today was a seemingly under the radar panel brought together in the Palais (only yards from the actual plenum) by the Touro Institute’s Ann Bayefsky in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day. This formidable panel consisted of Natan Sharanksy, Elie Wiesel, Jon Voight, Alan Dershowitz, Shelby Steele and Father Patrick Desbois. Father Desbois is the only name there that may be unknown to you. It shouldn’t be. He is an extraordinary man who has devoted his life to locating the remains of anonymous Holocaust victims in Eastern Europe and is the author of a book undoubtedly not high on Ahmadinejad’s reading list - The Holocaust by Bullets: A Priest’s Journey to Uncover the Truth Behind the Murder of 1.5 Million Jews.

This panel was electric, even to jaded me, and should have been the true conference. (PJTV will have it in a day or so.) During it, the African-American Steele made some telling points that were taken up by the others - (paraphrasing here - I would recommend the author’s own work) implying that racism had diminished significantly and was now being used as an excuse for failure. It had become, in Steele’s words, a “distraction.” And that anti-Semitism was the biggest distraction of all, an obsession that turned people away from their own problems and prolonged them.
Read the whole thing.

Simon suggests that Americans should keep after their representatives to determine what this week's 'conference' cost the United Nations and how much of that was put on the United States' bill through its contributions to the UN and its agencies. I'd go a step further.

The UN has had an obsession with the 'Palestinian' issue for at least 35 years, going back to Yasser Arafat's first appearance at the UN in November 1974. The time has come for the American people to find out how much they have spent on this obsession and how much they are continuing to spend on it each year. With the Obama administration calling on Americans to cut their consumption, it's only fair that the American government cut its consumption starting with wasteful spending on the 'Palestinian'-obsessed UN and its constituent agencies. Times are tough. It's time to cut the American (and Israeli for that matter) budget by getting out of the UN altogether. Giving the American people an appreciation for how much the UN's obsession with the 'Palestinians' costs the American taxpayer each year would be an effective first step in leaving the United Nations and in kicking the UN off America's shores.


At 5:05 PM, Blogger Ashan said...

The very fact that the Geneva Pro-Racism Conference scheduled a speech by today's most high-profile and vocal pro-genocide racist tyrants, a veritable clone of Shitler (*barf*), should have been a wake-up call to the free world. Why countries, including the US and Australia, dithered before boycotting or altogether participated (France, the UK) is highly disturbing. Only Canada had the moral depth from the get-go to spurn what would obviously be an experience of hurtling into the very bowels of hate.

The monster that puked his hate in the faces of "diplomats" (heh!) did so without any real direct challenge and was very well-received. The world has returned in full force to supporting pure evil.

I am surprised that Netanyahu didn't call for a major speech/press conference in English immediately after the venomous bile had been spewed in Geneva. He has to raise him profile and be more vocal. He is truly a gifted speaker, unlike the fraudulent TOTUS.

At 6:00 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

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At 6:02 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Like I said the other day, does Israel want to continue to give the UN legitimacy and standing by participating in a world organization where it is not even an equal but the n*gger of the nations. Its time to face up to the truth that is what the Jews are. People smile at Israel's representative in a pained way there but one can only imagine what they say behind closed doors when there are no Jews are present. There is no reason for the Jew to put up with that kind of degrading treatment. Leave the UN to those who have subverted it for the political pornography - the kind that if Julius Streicher was alive today to take pleasure in. The UN to put it bluntly, will never be a friend of Israel and its time the lesson was taken to heart.


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