Australia has pulled out of the United Nations Durban III conference because it is an Islamic supremacist hatefest, a Jew-hating orgy of racism and blood libel. I am not sure why they waited so long, but better late than never.
The first UN anti-racism conference held in Durban, South Africa, in 2001 was one Nazi short of a Wannsee conference. It was pro-racism, a Judeophobic, bloodthirsty carnival. Attendees passed out fliers with Hitler’s photo, that said “What if I had won? The good things: there would be no Israel.”
The US walked out on the notorious Durban I conference because of its unbridled attacks on Israel, led by Iran and a number of other Muslim countries.
Durban II was worse. The star of that bloody freak show was Iranian President and holocaust denier Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. So foul was his stench that early on, he prompted a walk-out by many Western envoys who despicably attended, because of his virulent anti-Israel tirades.
Durban III is scheduled to be in New York shortly after the tenth anniversary of the 911 attacks in the cause of Islam. That is no accident. Durban III is an Islamic supremacist victory lap in NYC on September 22.
We will be protesting this grotesque display of hate and genocidal dreams at the AFDI/SIOA 911 Freedom Rally, where we will defend Israel against the defamation it is relentlessly subjected to at Durban.
Australian Prime Minister Gillard's spokesman said that Australia had remained involved in the early stages of consultations on the High Level Meeting in order to oppose attempts to endorse extreme language or explicit references in the text of the Durban Declaration. Obviously the level of hateful posion and propaganda was so bad that Australia could not tone down the language, so they had to bolt.
Defending Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s decision to walk away from the Durban III event on Tuesday, her spokesman said: “We have not been convinced that the high-level meeting will avoid unbalanced criticism of Israel and the airing of anti-Semitic views.”
Not that Australia should have to defend its boycott. Attending the Durban hate-fest is what is indefensible.
Australia now is part of the anti-Durban camp, which includes Italy, the Netherlands, Canada, Israel, the United States, and the Czech Republic.
Germany is still signed on to what amounts to this century's Nazi campaign to destroy the Jewish people.
Germany’s Jews called on Merkel to boycott Durban III. The Head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany said that Germany oought to not give this campaign of hate the appearance of legitimacy.
BERLIN – Dieter Graumann, the head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, called on Berlin Monday to stay away from the slated September UN anti-racism conference, Durban III, because the event spreads hatred of Jews.
Graumann told the DAPD wire service that the “German government has up until now remained silent,” and the Durban III conference is a “festival of hostility toward Jews.” He said “Germany ought to not give this campaign of hate the appearance of legitimacy.”
Germany, with its monstrous history, should have been the first to denounce and pull out of the conference.
Sacha Stawski, who heads the pro- Israel NGO Honestly Concerned in Frankfurt, told the Post on Tuesday that “Australia is out, just like Canada, the Czech Republic, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands and the United States, so why is Israel’s supposed ‘best friend’ still vowing to attend a conference at which the holocaust-denying Iranian president is going to be speaking? “For me, there is absolutely no excuse for Germany still not to have withdrawn its participation in Durban III.
Props to Austalia.
Australia pulls out of Durban conference Herald Sun
AUSTRALIA has pulled out of the United Nations Durban conference to combat racism on grounds that it would likely to be a repeat of the initial racist and anti-semitic event.
A spokesperson for Prime Minister Julia Gillard said Australia had decided not to attend the High Level Meeting on the Durban Declaration and Plan of Action scheduled to be held in New York on September 22.
Referred to as the Durban conference after the original event held in Durban, South Africa, in 2001, the meeting was aimed at combating global racism. However, it was marred by anti-Semitism.
Australia and many other countries walked out of the first meeting while the Kevin Rudd government subsequently boycotted the second conference in 2009, which saw Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad deliver a long tirade against Israel.
Ms Gillard's spokesman said Australia remained involved in the early stages of consultations on the High Level Meeting in order to oppose attempts to endorse extreme language or explicit references in the text of the Durban Declaration.
Cartoon passed out at Durban.