Australien er stadig ikke sikker på Durban2-deltagelse trods ændring i udkast.

http://www.ajn.com.au/news/news.asp?pgID=7223

Still no Australian decision despite Durban draft change.

REFERENCES to Israel have been removed from the draft resolution for the Durbin Review Conference, but the Australian Government is yet to make a decision on whether it will attend.

The new text, which has not yet been accepted, was drafted by the Russian delegation, and according to reports it is shorter in length and no longer singles out Israel for criticism.

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Speaking to ABC News Radio on Wednesday morning, Smith said he had spoken to the Dutch Foreign Minister Maxime Verhagen about the new developments.Verhagen told him that he had informed the European Union Foreign Ministers that unless the text changes, the Dutch won’t be going.

“He got very strong support from a number of his European colleagues,” Smith reported.

Smith also emphasised that without substantial changes, Australia would pull out.

“We won’t take part in the re-run of Durban I, which was essentially an anti-Israel, anti-Semitic harangue.”

 

Hvis OIC’s har en skjult agenda, så finder vi ud af det før eller siden. Spørgsmålet er blot, om Per Stig finder ud af det, før det er for sent. Australerne er ikke dumme. Og alle demokratisk sindede tilhængere af menneskerettighederne bør læse udkastet til resolutionen grundtigt igennem 27 gange, hvorpå man undlader at skrive under. De nuværende menneskerettigheder er jo i grunden rigeligt, hvis ellers man fra FN gad at efterleve det skrevne i deres egen erklæring af 1948. De islamiske lande, OIC, har i allerhøjeste grad problemer med at efterleve FN’s menneskerettighedserklæring. Deres egen Cairo-deklaration har de ingen problemer med. Den baserer sig jo på sharia og koranen. Hvornår begynder FN’s demokratiske lande at tillade kritik af denne?

Den larmede tavshed fra de demokratiske lande må være et sygeligt udslag af politisk korrekthed og dhimmitude. Hvad er man så bange for?

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~ af Pinstripe på 19. marts 2009.

 
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