However, the United Nations General Assembly Resolution A/66/460 on "Inadmissibility Of Certain Practices That Contribute To Fuelling Contemprary Forms Of Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance" was adopted by a majority vote of 134, with 24 opposed and 31 abstentions. This blow to our basic freedoms of speech and expression at the UN was hardly covered by the mainstream media.
This resolution would prohibit a Nations indigenous population, press and politicians from speaking out against ethnic crime and the negative impact of immigration, it would prevent the press from reporting the fact that 370,000 migrants are claiming out of work benefits, costing the taxpayer billions of pounds each year, money that could be used to pay off our country's national debt.
The Resolution speaks of, “the provision of the Durban Declaration in which States condemned the persistence and resurgence of neo-Nazism, neo-Fascism and violent nationalist ideologies based on racial and national prejudice and stated that those phenomena could never be justified in any instance or in any circumstances.”
It highlights concerns about the rise of neo Nazism and extremist political groups. It highlights the disturbing trend involving the glorification of the Nazi movement and its former members.
It mentions, 1. “…the increase in the number of racist incidents in several countries and the rise of skinhead groups, which have been responsible for many of these incidents, as well as the resurgence of racist and xenophobic violence targeting members of ethnic, religious or cultural communities and national minorities, as observed by the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance in his latest report.”
The Resolution states that these acts represent an abuse of freedom of speech and freedom of peaceful assembly and more importantly calls on states to, “…take the necessary measures 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 value.”
It calls on states, “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;…”
It calls on states:
“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;”
“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;”
“To prohibit public authorities or public institutions, national or local, from promoting or inciting racial discrimination;”
When you look at these ideals it would be the end of all far right, anti-immigration organisations, including UKIP. It would spell the end for politicians and political parties who highlight the fact that immigration is a major contributor to society’s problems. It would make stop and search useless as despite what ethnic crime statistics tell us, the police will have to waste several hours of manpower and equipment stopping and searching law abiding white people. It will be the end of newspapers reporting crimes that where commited by immigrants. It would prohibit people from holding the belief that other people are foreigners in their country. It would ban census forms asking people about their race and religion. And prevent the press from publishing alarming statistics about the birth rates of non whites.
What is most striking about this resolution is that the countries which are the most undemocratic, repressive in the world and are just outright evil have voted in its favour. Zimbabwe, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Bahrain, Syria, Afghanistan, China, Pakistan Congo, North Korea, Belarus and the Russian Federation all voted for the Resolution.