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« FXI Playing Animal Farm | Main | Does South Africa Have a "Right To Exist"? »

December 17, 2006



Yes, its clear where we stand.

Jack Bloom in his book "Out of Step" remembers how South Africa led the calls to remove any references to 'anti-Semitism' from the racism, xenophobia and related intolerance.

'On a resolution concerning follow-up to the 2001 UN Durban World Conference on Racism, Commission members argued for two hours about the inclusion of "anti-Semitism" as a form of racism. Procedural maneuvers, led by South Africa and the African group, with the support of 28 of the 53 members of the Commission, resulted in the deletion of "anti-Semitism" from the resolution on racism, xenophobia and related intolerance. New Zealand, Norway and Switzerland refused to withdraw as co-sponsors of the African-led resolution, after anti-Semitism was deleted. "

We truly are the democracy of hypocrisy.


Oh , what do you really expect , SA , under the ANC-SACP regime , will never speak up against a fellow member of the Revolutionary club , now matter how heinous or evil their actions are.


There can be no doubting where the South Africa foreign affairs ministry stands on this issue. It is a sad reality that we are faced with, that being a rampant anti-Israel undercurrent. It is yet another blatant case of selective morality. I applaud the efforts of IAS and all other responsible South Africans who have the courage of their convictions. We are in for the long haul on this particular issue. As the months become years, so the anti-Israel movement gains ever more insidious proportions. Vigilance is key to countering such vile disinformation tactics. Kudos to Mike and Steve!

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