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Saturday, March 29, 2008

The United Nations: Citadel of Evil

The walking compost heap that is U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had issued a statement on the short film Fitna:

I condemn, in the strongest terms, the airing of Geert Wilders’ offensively anti-Islamic film. There is no justification for hate speech or incitement to violence. The right of free expression is not at stake here. I acknowledge the efforts of the Government of the Netherlands to stop the broadcast of this film, and appeal for calm to those understandably offended by it. Freedom must always be accompanied by social responsibility.

The United Nations is the centre of the world’s efforts to advance mutual respect, understanding and dialogue. We must also recognize that the real fault line is not between Muslim and Western societies, as some would have us believe, but between small minorities of extremists on different sides with a vested interest in stirring hostility and conflict.

Actually, the United Nations is the center of the Organization of Islamic Conference's efforts to destroy freedom and murder all who stand in the way of Islamic Law anywhere on the face of the earth.

No doubt those who snivel about "Islamophobia" will accuse me of gross exaggeration. One can argue that Western New Guinea is the most obscure backwater on the face of the earth. The island is inhabited by Melanesians who pose no threat to anyone, except maybe themselves. Unfortunately for them, their primitive island (the second largest in the world) is in close proximity to the moderate Moslem state of Indonesia, OIC member in good standing. The result? Brutal slaughter of the pagan or Christian New Guinea people by the Javanese Empire, while the scum at the U.N. look the other way:

One teenage student is in hospital in a serious condition after being shot in the stomach when Indonesian security forces went on a shooting rampage against local people in the Paniai Lakes region of West Papua two weeks ago. The human rights violation coincides with the visit of Indonesian Defence Minister Sudarsono who is in Australia to attend the East Asia Dialogue Forum. The report from the remote region of Paniai demonstrates the disastrous role that Indonesian combat troops and paramilitary police are having throughout West Papua.

In a report tabled at the most recent session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (2008), the Catholic Office of Justice and Peace in Jayapura (SKP) reported 242 documented individual cases of torture and ill treatment by the security forces in West Papua since 1998.

Finally, SKP found that the use of torture and cruel and degrading treatment by the security forces towards the Indigenous population was both widespread and formed a culture of violence and racism embedded within the security forces.

Matthew Jamieson, spokesperson for Institute for Papuan Advocacy and Human Rights stated today that, "the shooting in Paniai follows the common pattern of indiscriminate violence against indigenous West Papuans. There is virtual legal impunity from prosecution for police and military forces involved in Human Rights abuses. Indonesian forces are stationed throughout West Papua, right down to the village level. The policy of stationing large numbers of combat troops and paramilitary police in every region is proving calamitous for indigenous West Papuans."

"The presence of senior commanding officers in West Papua, such as Burhanuddin Siagian, who have been indicted for 'Crimes Against Humanity' in East Timor, reinforces the culture of violence and impunity within the Indonesian security forces."

Meanwhile Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moonbat continues to cover for the killers. Anything less would be Islamophobia.

Crossposted at The Dougout
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2 Comments:

Blogger Epaminondas said...

I got your hate speech RIGHT THE FUCK HERE you mindless coward:

"Book 041, Number 6985:

Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The last hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him; but the tree Gharqad would not say, for it is the tree of the Jews."


Everywhere this is taught in the United States of America, the board of directors of each mosque is responsible for the incitement to violence if violence results, Mr. Moon. So why don't you take your version of hate speech and suppose you supposit it in the normal way.

On September 7, 2000, an Idaho jury awarded $6.3 million to Victoria Keenan and her son, Jason, who had been chased, shot at, and roughed up by Aryan Nations (AN) security guards in a 1998 incident near AN property. The verdict was widely hailed as the death knell for AN, one of North America's oldest and most prominent white separatist organizations.1 AN's founder, Pastor Richard Butler, had been holding "white power" gatherings on his 20-acre compound near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, since the 1970s. His Aryan World Congress (AWC), a celebration of Aryan solidarity held every year in July, was the longest-running event of its kind in the white separatist movement (WSM). A similar rally, the Aryan Youth Assembly (AYA), took place each year in April.

The organization responsible for bringing down AN was the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), headed by civil rights attorney Morris Dees. In a civil suit on behalf of the Keenans, Dees argued that Butler was responsible for the actions of his security guards, even though the incident happened outside the compound without Butler's knowledge. The multi-million dollar judgment forced Butler into bankruptcy, and by the end of 2001, he had lost virtually everything he owned. The SPLC lawsuit delivered a devastating blow, but I will argue that AN was a dying organization long before the lawsuit. My conclusion is based on an ethnographic study that began in 1991 and continued through Butler's death in 2004.


EVERY MOSQUE Mr. Moon. Every member of every board, Mr. Moon.

Saturday, March 29, 2008 9:07:00 pm  
Anonymous VadimM said...

UN - truly Useless Nations

Saturday, March 29, 2008 10:23:00 pm  

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