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US to boycott world racism conference

Al-Jazeera  Sunday, 1 March 2009
WASHINGTON — The United States has decided to boycott an
upcoming UN conference on racism unless its final document is
changed to drop all references to Israel.

SIAMESE TWINS—US conjoined with Israel under banner
of Zion in opposing international anti-racism conference. 

The Conference Against Racism, to be held in Geneva in April,
is a follow-up to the conference held in the South African town
of Durban in 2001.

On Friday, a US delegation taking part in the preparatory talks
in Geneva, said the draft resolution was unacceptable.

The US and Israeli delegations walked out of the 2001 meeting
in protest against the resolution which likened Zionism — the
movement to establish and maintain a Jewish [political structure]
— to racism.

Israel and Canada have already announced they will boycott
the conference, which is known as Durban II.

According to Robert Wood, the US state department spokesman,
the "document being negotiated has gone from bad to worse,
and the current text of the draft outcome document is not

"A conference based on this text would be a missed opportunity
to speak clearly about the persistent problem of racism."


Wood said the US would not participate in the conference unless
its final statement does not criticize any one country or conflict.

Tzipi Livni, the foreign minister, welcomed the decision.

"Under the fig leaf of combating racism, this conference is blatantly
anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli," Livni said in a statement on Saturday.

"The decision of the United States should be an example to other
countries that share our values."

Pro-Israeli groups also hailed the US move.

"President [Barack] Obama's decision not to send US representation
to the April event is the right thing to do and underscores America's
unstinting commitment to combating intolerance and racism in all
its forms and in all settings," the American Israel Public Affairs
Committee said.

European client states urged to join boycott

The Conference of Presidents, an umbrella group of more than
50 Jewish organizations, said: "It was clear from the preparatory
meetings that this conference was again being hijacked by those
who want to have a repetition of the first Durban conference,
which focused almost singularly on Israel and was the occasion
for vile and bigoted declarations and manifestations.

"It is our hope that the European countries will follow suit and
announce that they will not participate."

US officials said they are pressing European nations to boycott the
conference unless there are revisions to the final statement.

The Netherlands and France have already expressed concern about
the contents.
Former Hasta Primus for P.M. Ben Klassen with the Church of the Creator at North Carolina and later the right-hand man for Dr William Pierce with the National Alliance. Currently the Chairman of the National Alliance.