The US, by its very existence, IS a force for good. Always. Even if you didn't necessarily agree with how we went about everything in the course of our relatively short history, our intent was always good. So it is almost impossible to conceive the opposite. What if the US, for the first time in her history, became a force for ...... evil?
Rub your non-believing eyes. Every action President Barack Hussein Obama has taken and prepares to undertake is unquestionably sinister.
In a jaw-dropping act of unfathomable anti-semitism, PRESIDENT HUSSEIN BARED HIS TEETH- HELPS TO PLAN GENOCIDAL CONFERENCE DURBAN 2.
Durban II is a final solution conspiracy redux.
Canada and Israel are boycotting, and now Britain and Italy could follow suit. But wait. First, does President Hussein's tacit approval of this annihilationist conference make it impossible for European states like France, Britain, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands to boycott the conference? Glick seems to think so: "They cannot afford to be seen as more opposed to its anti-Israel and anti-freedom agenda than Israel's closest ally and the world's greatest democracy. So just by participating in the planning sessions the US has legitimized a clearly bigoted, morally illegitimate process, making it impossible for Europe to disengage."
Britain and Italy could join Canada and Israel in refusing to attend the Durban II Review Conference in April unless they receive cast-iron guarantees that it will not turn into an antisemitic, anti-Israel arena of hate.
The conference, to be held in Geneva, is a follow-up to the UN World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance held in Durban, South Africa, in 2001.
The Durban conference became notorious for its unbridled attacks on Israel, led by Iran and a number of other Arab states.
This time, a number of countries are awaiting a final decision by America — which has agreed to send a delegation to Geneva for an organisational meeting in the next few days — before they clarify their position. Jewish NGOs held an informal meeting on Sunday before the start of the conference to agree their strategy.
Britain’s Foreign Office Minister Lord Malloch-Brown said on Tuesday: “If we can’t go forward now, we will withdraw. I was at the first conference. I have never seen such a disgraceful event in quite a long international life.”
Later, he said: “There are red lines that need to be made for us to participate. The US is in the same position as most of Europe. We are not going to stand idly by and allow this racist stuff to get through and be seen as acceptable. We are not going to have it.”
At a dinner for delegates on Monday night, Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said: “We will not send an Italian delegation [if it is the same as Durban 2001], but we will try to harmonise our position with other countries who are the friends of Jews. But we will leave a decision until the last minute.”
Jon Benjamin, chief executive of the Board of Deputies, said: “Lord Malloch-Brown’s comment that we are now in the make or break final phase in which to keep Durban II on track reflects our view that a serious and meaningful engagement with the issue of human rights is worth fighting for, but not at any price and not if the process is corrupted by those with no other agenda than to attack Israel and the Jewish people.”
Caroline Glick here:
Beyond all that, assuming that the Obama administration truly wishes to change the agenda, the fact is that the US is powerless to do so. As was the case in 2001, so too, today, the Islamic bloc, supported by the Third World bloc, has an automatic voting majority. Beyond chipping away at the margins, the US has no ability whatsoever to change the conference's agenda or expected outcome.
SINCE IT came into office a month ago, every single Middle East policy the Obama administration has announced has been antithetical to Israel's national security interests. From President Barack Obama's intense desire to appease Iran's mullahs in open discussions; to his stated commitment to establish a Palestinian state as quickly as possible despite the Palestinians' open rejection of Israel's right to exist and support for terrorism; to his expressed support for the so-called Saudi peace plan, which would require Israel to commit national suicide by contracting to within indefensible borders and accepting millions of hostile, foreign-born Arabs as citizens and residents of the rump Jewish state; to his decision to end US sanctions against Syria and return the US ambassador to Damascus; to his plan to withdraw US forces from Iraq and so give Iran an arc of uninterrupted control extending from Iran to Lebanon, every single concrete policy Obama has enunciated harms Israel.