Hedaya 2.140 Annotated

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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

U.N.: Resolves to Outlaw PVV

U.N.: Resolvea to Outlaw PVV "Defamation/vilification of Religion" resolutions are not the only venue for U.N. censorship.  Here we have a prime example of the breadth of the threat to freedom of expression which stems from an attempt to shield a predatory institution from exposure and condemnation. They seek, consistent with Reliance of the Traveller O8.7 & O11.10,  to  criminalize all questioning and criticism of Moe's piracy cult and its program of genocidal conquest & plunder.



    In reading the spew of feces which flows from the United Nations, we must constantly keep one fatal fact in mind. 'racism', 'contemporary forms of racism' & 'related intolerance' are code words for 'Islamophobia' which is a code word encompassing any and all questioning or criticism of & objection to Islam.

The following quote is from Preliminary document of the African Regional Conference Preparatory to the Durban Review Conference  [Emphasis added.] 4.  Emphasizes the urgent need to address the scourges of anti-Semitism, Christianophobia, and Islamophobia as contemporary forms of racism as well as racial and violent movements based on racism and discriminatory ideas directed at African, Arab, Christian, Jewish, Muslim and other communities;

    The feces begins flowing from ¶6, but at that point it is too diluted to be easily recognized.  The turgid stream condenses and the lumps begin surfacing at ¶17. Note the highlighted phrases below.

17. Also reaffirms that, as underlined in paragraph 13 of the outcome
document of the Durban Review Conference, any advocacy of national, racial or
religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence
should be prohibited by law, as should the dissemination of ideas based on racial
superiority, hatred, acts of violence or incitement to such acts, and that these
prohibitions are consistent with freedom of opinion and expression;

18. Expresses concern about the use of the Internet to propagate racism,
racial hatred, xenophobia, racial discrimination and related intolerance, as outlined
in the latest report of the Special Rapporteur to the General Assembly;

19. Underlines, at the same time, the positive role that the exercise of the
right to freedom of opinion and expression, as well as full respect for the freedom to
seek, receive and impart information, including through the Internet, can play in
combating racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance;

20. Encourages those States that have made reservations to article 41 of the
International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination to
give serious consideration to withdrawing such reservations as a matter of priority, as
stressed by the Special Rapporteur in his latest report to the General Assembly;

    "Advocacy of religious hatred"  is an ambiguous & amorphous term which paints with a broad brush.  We will look to a statement by the Secretary General for a working definition.

Reuters quotes U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon about Fitna:

“There is no justification for hate speech or incitement to violence,” Ban said in a statement. “The right of free expression is not at stake here.”

    A short documentary video illustrating the clear association of terrorism with Islam's canon of scripture & tradition is hate speech & incitement to violence.  That stands as the official U.N. definition of the terms.  Keep the working definition in mind as we scroll up to the preamble of the resolution.

Alarmed, in this regard, at the spread in many parts of the world of various
extremist political parties, movements and groups, including neo-Nazis and
skinhead groups, as well as similar extremist ideological movements,

    The U.N. is painting with a broad brush, smearing the PVV and similar parties springing up in Europe with the blood of innocent Jews murdered by Hitler and his henchmen.  This is guilt by association in the absence of genuine association.

9. Also stresses that such practices fuel contemporary forms of racism,
racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance and contribute to the
spread and multiplication of various extremist political parties, movements and
groups, including neo-Nazis and skinhead groups, and in this regard calls for
increased political and legal vigilance;

10. Emphasizes the need to take the measures necessary to put an end to the
practices described above, and calls upon States to take more effective measures in
accordance with international human rights law to combat those phenomena and the
extremist movements, which pose a real threat to democratic values;

    Got a clue yet?  Perhaps some additional detail will help you to sort it out.

16. Reaffirms that, according to article 4 of the International Convention on
the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, States parties to that
instrument are, inter alia, under the obligation:
(a) To condemn all propaganda and all organizations that are based on ideas
of racial superiority or that attempt to justify or promote racial hatred and
discrimination in any form;
(b) To undertake to adopt immediate and positive measures designed to
eradicate all incitement to, or acts of, such discrimination, with due regard to the
principles embodied in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the rights
expressly set forth in article 5 of the Convention;
(c) To declare as an offence punishable by law all dissemination of ideas
based on racial superiority or hatred, and incitement to racial discrimination, as well
as all acts of violence or incitement to such acts against any race or group of persons
of another colour or ethnic origin, and also the provision of any assistance to racist
activities, including the financing thereof;
(d) To declare illegal and prohibit organizations and organized and all other
propaganda activities that promote and incite racial discrimination, and to recognize
participation in such organizations or activities as an offence punishable by law;
(e) To prohibit public authorities or public institutions, national or local,
from promoting or inciting racial discrimination;

    By conflating opposition to Islamic genocidal violent terrorism with racism, they are demanding that PVV and similar parties be outlawed. "Propaganda activities" is broad enough to include my blog posts which expose the demonic core of Islam to public view on the internet. 


"I. The Senate's advice and consent is subject to the following reservations:
       (1) That the Constitution and laws of the United States contain extensive protections of individual freedom of speech, expression and association. Accordingly, the United States does not accept any obligation under this Convention, in particular under articles 4 and 7, to restrict those rights, through the adoption of legislation or any other measures, to the extent that they are protected by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
       (2) That the Constitution and laws of the United States establish extensive protections against discrimination, reaching significant areas of non-governmental activity. Individual privacy and freedom from governmental interference in private conduct, however, are also recognized as among the fundamental values which shape our free and democratic society. The United States understands that the identification of the rights protected under the Convention by reference in article 1 to fields of `public life' reflects a similar distinction between spheres of public conduct that are customarily the subject of governmental regulation, and spheres of private conduct that are not. To the extent, however, that the Convention calls for a broader regulation of private conduct, the United States does not accept any obligation under this Convention to enact legislation or take other measures under paragraph (1) of article 2, subparagraphs (1) (c) and (d) of article 2, article 3 and article 5 with respect to private conduct except as mandated by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
       (3) That with reference to article 22 of the Convention, before any dispute to which the United States is a party may be submitted to the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice under this article, the specific consent of the United States is required in each case.

       II. The Senate's advice and consent is subject to the following understanding, which shall apply to the obligations of the United States under this Convention:

       That the United States understands that this Convention shall be implemented by the Federal Government to the extent that it exercises jurisdiction over the matters covered therein, and otherwise by the state and local governments. To the extent that state and local governments exercise jurisdiction over such matters, the Federal Government shall, as necessary, take appropriate measures to ensure the fulfilment of this Convention.

       III. The Senate's advice and consent is subject to the following declaration:

       That the United States declares that the provisions of the Convention are not self-executing."

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