Having lived in Iran for 13 months, and having known many Iranians and Arabs, I can say
that I've never met a single Muslim who wasn't a perfect Gentleman. So it was a real
shock to return to the U.S. and see how, decades ago, the jewsmedia anti-Muslim campaign
had been unfolding. Nothing in the jewsmedia matched what I witnessed firsthand in
Iran, and not a single insult of Iran matched the Iranians I met personally. It was
a very shrewd, deceptive, and ingenious campaign to convince Americans to take on the
world's 1.3 billion Muslims, a war we must not start and cannot win.
Not only can we not win this war against 1.3 billion Muslims, but our attack on Iraq
enraged our FORMER allies, as well as former "cold war enemies" like Russia and
China, to such a degree that their hatred of us is almost a perfect hatred. Today,
people I counted as friends all the way from Latvia to Iran, from France to Russia, can
just barely be civil when we meet. In St. Tropez recently, none of the diners who my
friend, the owner of the restaurant, introduced me to would even speak with me, until
finally a loud Swedish woman did, and learned that I was even more opposed to that
unlawful attack on a sovereign foreign nation than they were. They were shocked, and
didn't even believe, that I and three quaraters of my AMERICAN friends [and according to
polls, 70% of all Americans and 75% of all Europeans] OPPOSED Bush's unconstitutional
presidency to the core.
So it was utterly no surprise to me that 151 of the 153 nations at the UN Conference in
Durban [as well as 100% of the 3,000 NGO's there], officially declared "Israel"
- A *racist* state.
- An *apartheid* state.
- A *terrorist* state.
This is not an inaccurate characterization of "Israel",
and in fact proves that the UN *is actually* representative of Worldwide and US and
European maintream thought. That "Israel", who has VIOLATED SIXTY EIGHT UN
RESOLUTIONS, would claim that the entire world is "anti-semitic" and that only
jews are righteous, should not surprise anyone.
BUT--while I've never met a Muslim who wasn't a perfect Gentleman, I've also never met
a jew who wasn't a perfect JERK.
Iran on anti-racism committee
Islamic Republic selected by UN for 'leading position' to plan
Published: 08.23.07, 21:45 / Israel News
Despite its numerous calls for Israel's destruction, and repeated
denials of the Holocaust, Iran has been selected by the United Nations
for a leading position in a committee that will plan the 2009 UN World
Conference against Racism.
The planning committee, which will meet for the first time in Geneva
on August 27, will be made up of an inner circle of 20 UN
member-states, to be headed by Libya.
The decision to include Iran in the committee has been slammed by UN
watchdogs. "As a UN spokesperson against racism, Iran will invert
totally the message and mission of the United Nations," Anne Bayefsky,
senior editor of the New York-based Eye on the UN, said in a press
"Iran is now poised to wrap itself in a UN flag as a lead agent of the
next global conference against racism, Durban II," she added,
referring to the 2001 UN conference on racism held in Durban, South
Africa, which saw unprecedented levels of anti-Zionist rhetoric and
calls for Israel's destruction.
Speaking to Ynetnews, Bayefsky said that "the leading exponents of
anti-Semitism, whether directed at Jews individually or the Jewish
people and its state generally, continue to be provided a global
platform at the UN. This is but one example of a broader phenomenon."
"Eye on the UN has found that in 2006 the UN system as a whole
directed the most condemnations for human rights abuses against
specific states - first towards Israel and fourth towards the United
States. Iran was lower down on the list of UN human rights concerns,"
Bayefsky said, adding: "And yet the US taxpayer continues to pay a
quarter of the bill for activities which demonize Americans and
Israelis on a global scale."
A spokesperson for the UN's Office of the High Commissioner for Human
Rights confirmed to Ynetnews that "Iran is one of 20 States who are
members of the bureau of the Preparatory Committee," but added that
"Iran does not occupy a leading role.ï¿½*
When asked how a state which openly denies the Holocaust could find
itself in such a role, the spokesperson said: "The Preparatory
Committee is an inter-governmental body, meaning States were chosen
freely to sit on the Prep-Com. It is the Member-States who decide."
'UN body hijacked again'
Bayefsky explained that the structure of the UN's Human Rights Council
has effectively been taken over by the countries of the Organization
of the Islamic Conference (OIC), allowing Iran and Libya access to key
"The states were selected by the UN Human Rights Council and the
Council is controlled by the Organization of the Islamic Conference.
The majority of seats on the Council are held by the African and Asian
regional groups and the OIC has a majority of seats on each of these
groups. Western states do not have the votes to block this outrage and
it is another example of the hijacking that has occurred of the UN's
lead human rights agency," she said.
Reacting to the statements of the Office of the High Commissioner for
Human Rights, Hillel Neuer, Executive Director of the Geneva-Based UN
Watch organization, said that the UN had failed to explain how Iran
had ended up on the planning council.
"I think they are basically dodging the question," Neuer said. "To ask
why Iran should be a member, and then to be answered that Iran is a
member, is not an answer," he added.
"This conference is turning into a wolf in sheep's clothing. The
United Nationsï¿½* government and diplomats do not think the way regular
people think. They treat every country equally and do not use common
sense principles. That attitude is contrary to the UN charter, which
says members who act contrary to the charter's principles of
supporting peace should be expelled," Neuer explained.
"According many diplomats, this will be a fiasco in the making. And it
should be noted there are African states that care about legitimate
issues concerning racism and want those to be addressed. It's a shame
that the Islamic states are intending on subverting this conference as
they have done with the Human Rights Council and numerous other UN
bodies," Neuer added.
"The High commissioner (Louise Arbour) has to speak truth to power.
The high commissioner should express her concern that once again a
leading human rights entity at the UN is being headed by Libya with
Iran in a leadership position, whatever the UN may say. It undermines
any last vestige of moral credibility," he said.
'Israel's options limited'
Asked what his advice would be for Israel on how to deal with the
conference, Neuer said: "There is a limited amount of options for
Israel. The analogy is to the UN General Assembly, where the numbers
speak for themselves, and there is not much Israel can do to prevent
"The key thing is to work on Western states like Canada and the
Europeans. Israel has to be vigilant, has to closely monitor
diplomatic developments, and needs to engage with its Western friends
and to make sure that the Europeans stand firm and refuse to appease
the extremists," Neuer added.
According to Bayefsky, "Israel needs to point continually to the
dangerous role played by the UN in undermining the welfare of the
Jewish state and its people. The veil of legitimacy of the
organization as a leader in human rights protection must be lifted." Iran