The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) welcomed today’s United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) informal plenary session on the rise in anti-Semitic violence worldwide, noting the importance of the body’s “long overdue” recognition of the urgent need to address the increasingly tragic consequences of the rise of anti-Jewish animus around the world.
ADL underscored the importance of the session – particularly in the wake of the Paris Kosher supermarket terror incident and other recent attacks against Jews – as well as the sobering figures on global anti-Semitism. ADL’s recent polling in 100 countries found that 26 percent of adults surveyed across the globe, amounting to more than a billion people, harbor anti-Semitic attitudes.
Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director, issued the following statement:
This U.N. special session on anti-Semitism was long overdue. In many respects, it is sad that it took the loss of Jewish lives and ongoing daily threats to Jews to bring about this meeting. Yet, it is entirely appropriate that the international body, founded in the shadow of the Holocaust, has recognized the urgency of this issue.
Our recent polling shows that more than a quarter of the world’s adult population is infected with anti-Semitism, so it is significant and telling that the U.N., which represents all countries, has finally turned a specific focus on anti-Semitism and recognized, in the words of Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, that ‘The fight against anti-Semitism is inseparable from our wider quest for peaceful coexistence and human rights for all.’
As Ambassador Power eloquently stated in her remarks, ‘When the human rights of Jews are repressed, the rights of other religious and ethnic groups are often not far behind…Attacks on Jews are attacks on us all.’ We commend the leadership of the United States in helping to bring about this meeting, and welcome the backing of this important event by the 37 cosponsoring countries.
We hope the passionate and heartfelt speeches delivered during the session will resonate with the entire world. The true success of the meeting will be measured by the implementation of urgently needed serious and concrete actions to combat the tide of rising anti-Semitism. […]
As I’ve mentioned in previous blog posts here, combatting “anti-Semitism” and implementing the “lessons from the Holocaust” became the main pillars of Western social and cultural thought following WWII, which Foxman’s statement reflects. The anti-White, anti-national Marxist ideas of “diversity,” “tolerance,” and “multiculturalism,” fully institutionalized throughout the entire Western world, are a direct outgrowth of the “Holocaust” promotion industry specifically and organized Jewry generally. These ideas are a bedrock of the New World Order agenda, which is and has always been promoted and advanced primarily by international Jewry.
But what exactly does the Abe Foxman’s ADL, and presumably other Jewish organizations around the world, mean when they demand for “the implementation of urgently needed serious and concrete actions to combat the tide of rising anti-Semitism”? An article appearing in The Times of Israel highlighting and summarizing the UN session on “anti-Semitism” offers us some clues:
[…] With Israel leading the way, 37 nations called on the UN to respond to the sharp spike in violent anti-Semitism around the world. The UN missions of the US, Canada and those of all 28 members of the European Union partnered with Israel to bring about the informal meeting.
“It says a lot that so many countries have partnered with Israel to raise this issue of anti-Semitism to the top of the UN’s agenda. We have a great deal of work to do to move this issue from the headlines to the history books,” said Ron Prosor, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations.
But because it was an informal meeting, the only action the assembly could take was to issue a joint declaration. So far, more than 40 countries have signed the statement.
“The United Nations must step forward and play a pivotal role in combating anti-Semitism as well as intolerance, discrimination and violence based on religion of belief. It is a moral imperative for this institution to call on governments around the world to promote tolerance and mutual respect in their societies,” according to the statement.
The statement urged all nations to “declare their categorical rejection of anti-Semitism,” strengthen laws to combat discrimination, and prosecute those responsible for anti-Semitic crimes.
“The determination to eradicate the conditions that gave rise to the Holocaust was a guiding principle among the founders of this organization over six decades ago,” their statement said. “Let us rededicate ourselves to that principle and endeavor to eliminate anti-Semitism in all forms.”
Many Jewish groups welcomed the declaration, but want the UN to take more specific action.
“Meetings and speeches aren’t enough. The results of this gathering must be concrete. All states should resolve to crack down on anti-Semitism, and not to allow it to carry on under the guise of debate about Israel,” said Jonathan Sacerdoti, director of communications for the UK-based Campaign Against Antisemitism.
Sacerdoti said governments and law-enforcement organizations must take a zero-tolerance approach to anti-Semitism. […]
Because of Germany’s historic role in the Holocaust, German Minister of State for Europe Michael Roth said his country will always be in the forefront of fighting anti-Semitism and pursuing “a zero-tolerance policy.”
France’s minister of state for Europe Harlem Desire urged the world to act “with the utmost firmness, wherever anti-Semitism rears its head in the world.”
“Without the Jews of Europe, Europe would no longer be Europe,” he warned, echoing a statement made by French PM Manual Valls after the kosher market killings on January 9 that France would no longer be France without French Jews.
Roth and Desire called for a new legal framework at the European Union and internationally to address the diffusion of racist and anti-Semitic speeches and material.
The Jews are demanding action, and the traitors controlling the governments of both France and Germany are openly calling for legal measures at the international level to “address the diffusion of racist and anti-Semitic speeches and material,” which really amounts to criminalizing all speech and ideas the Jews do not like. The Jews are moving to further solidify their protected minority status not only in Europe, but around the world.
Since the actual definition of “anti-Semitism” is simply making accurate statements and observations about Jews, the Jewish state of Israel, and the international Jewish agenda, what is being proposed here is, plainly put, the criminalization of the truth about Jews. This may be the most Orwellian development since the implementation of laws punishing “Holocaust denial” in various European countries.