Videos from "Fight Racism, Not Jews: The United Nations and the Durban Deceit"
Twenty four speakers in six hours, and not a dull moment! This was the virtual Conference convened to counter the Durban IV conference which is the follow up to three UN-sponsored conferences that gave rise to the most virulently antisemitic hate that has been seen since WWII.
The number of NGOs, government representatives and parliamentarians from around the world that gave voice to lies and bigotry about Israel at the First World Conference on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance was astonishing, and in 2001, totally unexpected. The 2001 conference held in Durban, South Africa, was intended to set a global agenda to fight hatred but instead it launched Jew hatred writ large. The outcomes included birthing the BDS movement which wants to exterminate Israel, the Israel Apartheid Week on college campuses which extinguishes truth, and the formation of many NGOs whose sole purpose is to deny history, law and evidence, in favour of the mythical narrative of Palestine, Israeli occupation, apartheid, ethnic cleansing and persecution of Arab children.
Not a shred of truth lies in any of the garbage being spewed by the Jew haters, so in anticipation of Durban IV to be held at the UN in New York, September 22, 2021, The Touro College along with HR Voices and CAMERA organized "Fight Racism, Not Jews: The United Nations and the Durban Deceit" held virtually September 19th m 2021.
The presentations were all exceptional and will serve as a historical record of what was attempted to stop the haters. The videos include much information of both historical facts and personal experiences with Durban I, II and III. It is noteworthy that those gathering at the UN are celebrating 20 years since the first Durban conference, when we should all weep for the injustice that took place there. Governments should challenge the UN to live up to its mission, for which the following are key excerpts:
“maintain international peace and security, and to that end: to take effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats to the peace, and for the suppression of acts of aggression or other breaches of the peace”
“develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples”
“achieve international co-operation in solving international problems of an economic, social, cultural, or humanitarian character”
“be a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations in the attainment of these common ends”
Nothing about the Durban process and its Declaration and Programme of Action, meets these commitments.
SEGMENT 1 OF 7: WHY ARE WE HERE? - INTRODUCTION - OPENING REMARKS - WELCOME - GLOBAL INSIGHTS
SEGMENT 2 OF 7: ACCOUNTABILITY
SEGMENT 3 OF 7: ZIONISM
SEGMENT 4 OF 7: APARTHEID?
SEGMENT 5 OF 7: BEARING WITNESS, RECOGNIZING ANTISEMITISM
SEGMENT 6 OF 7: TAKING A STAND
SEGMENT 7 OF 7: VICTIMHOOD & FREEDOM, CLOSING SESSION - WHAT'S NEXT?