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UN To Vote On Establishment Of Global Holocaust Remembrance

Postby FREE ZUNDEL NOW » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Oct 30, 2005 4:25 am)

Oct 30, 2005
UN To Vote On Establishment Of Global Holocaust Remembrance Day

By Shlomo Shamir, Aluf Benn, and Amiram

The United Nations General Assembly will hold a session and vote on the establishment of an international Holocaust remembrance day on Monday.

Ninety-one countries have pledged their support for the proposal, which was initiated by Israel. Currently, the measure enjoys a solid majority of 110 votes in favor out of a total of 190 members in the UN.

The proposal calls for January 27, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, to be recognized as the day which the UN marks as Holocaust Day. In recent years, a few European states have set an annual date on their calendar to commemorate the Holocaust.

As part of the UN proposal, all member states will be called upon to develop an educational curriculum meant to instill the memory of the Holocaust among the coming generations in order to prevent future instances of genocide.

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has expressed his support for the measure.

Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom was scheduled to attend the session however later canceled the trip due to Monday's Knesset vote on Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's new round of ministerial appointments.

A number of foreign ministers, including those of Security Council members Britain, Russia, and the U.S., are expected to attend the session.

In any event, the ministers were scheduled to attend a Security Council vote regarding Syria's role in the investigation into the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Oct 30, 2005 11:13 am)

As part of the UN proposal, all member states will be called upon to develop an educational curriculum meant to instill the memory of the Holocaust among the coming generations in order to prevent future instances of genocide.

In other words; vast sums must be spent and profits are to be reaped by judeo-supremacist 'instructors, 'institutes', phoney museums, lying 'eyewitnesses', publishers, video content makers .... all the way down the line. It's a hugely profitable business which judeo-supremacists dominate and benefit from.

There are already over ONE HUNDRED 'institutions/centers' in the US alone which receive taxpayers' money because of their laughable 'holocau$t' connections, contrived as they are.

This type of uncontrolled arrogance is leading the fraud to break-up. The judeo-supremacists have immense power at this point in time; but like all savage rulers, they are eventually swept aside. As in all science denying stories, the absurdity of the holocau$t' tales will eventually be seen for the frauds that they are by the general public.

Needing the UN to declare and demand funding for a 'day of remembrance' reveals the underlying weakness of stories which wouldn't need such a public relations campaign ..... if the tales were true.

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Postby theTRUTH » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Oct 30, 2005 11:55 pm)

The judeo-supremacists have immense power at this point in time (Hannover)

With this international wealth and power together with government and U.N. influence, and with their existence hinging on the continuied widespread believe of the Holocaust myth, what is their next plan to battle Holocaust revisionists? In January, '06, instead of just 3 major revisionists awaiting trials in German jails. they would probably like to have 10!

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Postby Goethe » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Oct 31, 2005 12:27 am)

With this international wealth and power together with government and U.N. influence, and with their existence hinging on the continuied widespread believe of the Holocaust myth, what is their next plan to battle Holocaust revisionists? In January, '06, instead of just 3 major revisionists awaiting trials in German jails. they would probably like to have 10!

But can they arrest them all? I mean they would like everyone to believe that this revisionist movement is just a few deranged men, when in fact, from what I've seen, it's an ever growing body of researchers and free speech advocates who refuse to go away.
My view is that there will be an open attempt to ban scrutiny of Holocaust Inc. with legislation within the United States. If that attempt fails however, or there is a test case that goes before the Supreme Court, the publicity and resultant public awareness could be the push that is needed. Zionists, as horrific and influential as they are, are not infallible. Their believe that they are is their Achille's heel.
Men like Rudolf, Verbeke, Zundel will ultimately be viewed as heroes. It's a shame that they have to suffer now for that to happen.
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Postby FREE ZUNDEL NOW » 1 decade 4 years ago (Tue Nov 01, 2005 5:08 am)

You VILL remember --




General Assembly designates Holocaust Remembrance Day

31 October 2005 – The United Nations General Assembly (GA) today adopted a resolution designating 27 January Holocaust Remembrance Day, and urged all nations to develop ways to keep the memory alive so that future generations will help prevent similar acts of genocide.

Introduced by Israel, and co-sponsored by some 90 Member States, the resolution rejects any denial of the period in time as an historical event, urges States to develop educational programmes that will instruct future generations about the horrors of genocide, and condemns all manifestations of religious intolerance, incitement, harassment or violence against persons or communities based on ethnic origin or belief.

Jan Eliasson, President of the GA said that the memory of the Holocaust must be "a unifying historic warning around which we must rally; not only to recall the grievous crimes committed in human history but also to reaffirm our unfaltering reserve to prevent the recurrence of such crimes."

The Israel Representative to the UN, Dan Gillerman said that the Holocaust "brought us face to face with the full extent of man's capacity for inhumanity to his fellow man," and that it served as a "critical impetus" for the development of human rights, the drafting of landmark international conventions on Genocide, and the very establishment of the UN.

In addition to establishing "International Day of Commemoration to honour the victims of the Holocaust," the resolution also calls for actively preserving the sites of the Holocaust, including Nazi death camps, concentration camps, forced labour camps, and prisons, and to establish a UN programme of outreach and mobilization on Holocaust remembrance and education.

January 27, 1945 is currently officially recognized as a day of remembrance for Holocaust victims in several countries, including the United Kingdom, Italy and Germany, because it marks the day when an advancing Soviet army liberated the largest Nazi death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, in Poland.

"As the generation of Holocaust survivors and liberators dwindles, the torch of remembrance, of bearing witness, and of education must continue forward," Mr. Gillerman said.

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Postby FREE ZUNDEL NOW » 1 decade 4 years ago (Tue Nov 01, 2005 5:09 am)

I wonder what murderous things the Soviet army did while they were in Poland that aren't being remembered on this Remember-or-Die Day?
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Postby gasto » 1 decade 4 years ago (Tue Nov 01, 2005 1:58 pm)

this is really sad news...
severe indoctrination is ahead...
If Human Soap rumour was fake, why can´t all the other absurd claims be too??

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Postby TMoran » 1 decade 4 years ago (Wed Nov 02, 2005 6:31 am)

Reported today, Nov. 2, 2005, in the likes of the New York Times is the U.N. resolution to recognize a international Holocaust day, which would be Jan. 27 of each year.

Significant is there was no vote on the resolution, but a 'consensus'. Evidently there was some problem with a vote. The number of those said to be for it, or not against it, on solicitations in hall ways and offices no doubt, was 104 out of 191. It could be thought the process was done by consensus because most didn't want a clear record of their involvement. Then too, putting it up for a vote could have caused a lot of things being raised that the sponsors wouldn't want.

Said the resolution was introduced by Australia, Canada, Israel, Russia and the United States.

Names involved in the media reports praising the act were Dan Gillman, Israeli U.N. ambassador and David Harris, director of the American Jewish Committee.

Then there was a statement from the arrogant and belligerent John Bolton, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. mentioning Iran's statement about the Jewish state should be wiped off the map.

Then a quote from the Egyptian representative, Ambassador Maged Abdelaziz who said 'We believe no one should have a monopoly on suffering.'

In an Associated Press article it quotes a statement from Venezuela's Ambassador Imeria Nunez de Odreman who mentioned the day should include remembering the bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima.

Then one may never know, some speaker could have gotten up and questioned the credibility of the Holocaust story.

Well, no wonder there wasn't any vote taken.

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Postby Erik D. Schmid » 1 decade 4 years ago (Wed Nov 02, 2005 8:46 am)

Actually, this might not be that bad. With an emphasis on "might" mind you. My meaning is that this will bring the hoax into the mainstream more than it already is thereby giving a chance for revisionists to dispute the stories much easier. Personally, I have found it difficult to bring up this subject with most people as it usually is not something discussed in regular day to day conversation. But, now with the passing of this resolution I have a new avenue of approach. This coupled with the recent arrest of Germar Rudolf and the struggles of Ernst Zundel may give us a better chance of countering the lies being pushed on us.


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