Friday, January 25, 2008


The conservative government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has refused to take part in a repeat of the theatrics that took place at the so-called racism conference in Durban, South Africa of 2001 Canada to skip UN racism conference due to expected 'anti-Semitism'.

"Canada will not take part in a major United Nations conference on racism next year because the event is likely to descend into 'regrettable anti-Semitism', a top official said".

The disgusting events of Durban were overshadowed a week after the hatefest ended by the massacre at the World Trade Centre on 11 September 2001 when the world bore witness to what happens when real hatred is tolerated. On that morning, free thinking people in the world realised that they were all like the Israelis who faced hatred and deception on a daily basis.

If the world is to be truly free of the scourge of racism, it needs more of its leaders to follow Canada's lead and to shun the hatemongers.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think you'll also find that Australia is not providing any funding for the Durban conference of racists. Could we send Ed O'Loughlin as our (permanent) representative over there?