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Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: May 27, 2023, 06:45:45 pm »

The US representative at the UN Council, Kelly Billingsley, said her country wanted Paris to “expand efforts to counter crimes and threats of violence motivated by religious hatred such as anti-Muslim hate, including cases of harassment, vandalism, and assault”.

Meanwhile, China urged France to “stop measures that violate rights of migrants” and Brazil and Japan highlighted the importance of stopping “racial profiling by security forces”.

Isn't it nice to see four former victims of Western colonialism unite to condemn a former Western colonial power? This is what we want more of!
Posted by: m94r
« on: May 27, 2023, 06:38:46 pm »

It's OK for France to be "white".

France criticised at UN over police violence, racism
The UN’s Human Rights Council calls on France to reduce police violence and take steps to address racism.


Paris was also called out for religious intolerance, attacks against migrants and racial profiling by several countries at the UN Council as members carried out France’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – a process all 193 UN countries must undergo every four years.

The US representative at the UN Council, Kelly Billingsley, said her country wanted Paris to “expand efforts to counter crimes and threats of violence motivated by religious hatred such as anti-Muslim hate, including cases of harassment, vandalism, and assault”.

Meanwhile, China urged France to “stop measures that violate rights of migrants” and Brazil and Japan highlighted the importance of stopping “racial profiling by security forces”.

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: May 01, 2023, 04:57:32 pm »

How colonized is "South Africa"?

South Africa warns Putin of threat of arrest should he attend BRICS Summit in person
"We have no option not to arrest Putin," a government official said. “If he comes here, we will have to arrest him.”

Last week, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed a special government committee headed by the country's vice president to study the government's Vladimir Putin’s international arrest warrant, the newspaper reported.

This committee will not be able to find "any options that would allow Putin to come," the paper’s sources said. "The only option we have is for [Putin] to participate in the summit via Teams or Zoom from Moscow."

Woke comments:

They keep blowing the whistle before he shows up, don't tell him. Show some patience, invite putin and conduct a secret operation to detain him.

Why warn him? Let hin show up then supriae him with a new shiny set of bracelets.

Why warn him.. just do it

Don't warn him... let him show up.

the smart thing would be to encourage Putin to come. And, have the Navy SEALS waiting for him.
Posted by: 2ThaSun
« on: April 19, 2023, 11:00:05 am »

A new order in the Middle East? The ripple effects of Saudi-Iran rapprochement • FRANCE 24 English
In Yemen, more than 900 prisoners were released this past week as momentum builds to end the nine-year conflict there. This is linked to the fact that the leadership in Saudi Arabia and Iran are talking to each other again. The two powers broke off relations seven years ago, impacting politics and conflict across the region. So now that diplomatic ties have been restored, what might change? We take a closer look and speak to Julien Barnes-Dacey, the Middle East Programme Director at the European Council on Foreign Relations.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: April 10, 2023, 06:15:59 pm »

Pointing out that it's OK for sovereignty to be "white":
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: April 05, 2023, 01:30:20 am »

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 31, 2023, 06:47:55 pm »



VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican on Thursday responded to Indigenous demands and formally repudiated the “Doctrine of Discovery,” the theories backed by 15th-century “papal bulls” that legitimized the colonial-era seizure of Native lands and form the basis of some property laws today.
The statement, from the Vatican’s development and education offices, marked a historic recognition of the Vatican’s own complicity in colonial-era abuses committed by European powers.
On Thursday, these Indigenous leaders welcomed the statement as a first good step, even though it didn’t address the rescinding of the bulls themselves and continued to take distance from acknowledging actual Vatican culpability in abuses. The statement said the papal documents had been “manipulated” for political purposes by competing colonial powers “to justify immoral acts against Indigenous peoples that were carried out, at times, without opposition from ecclesial authorities.”
The statement was a response to decades of Indigenous demands for the Vatican to formally rescind the papal bulls that provided the Portuguese and Spanish kingdoms the religious backing to expand their territories in Africa and the Americas for the sake of spreading Christianity.

Those decrees underpin the “Doctrine of Discovery,” a legal concept coined in a 1823 U.S. Supreme Court decision that has come to be understood as meaning that ownership and sovereignty over land passed to Europeans because they “discovered” it.

It was cited as recently as a 2005 Supreme Court decision involving the Oneida Indian Nation written by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Michelle Schenandoah of the Oneida Nation had called for the Vatican to rescind the papal bulls when she delivered the closing remarks of the First Nations delegation that met with Francis during a weeklong visit last year by Native groups from Canada. On Thursday, she called the Vatican statement “another step in the right direction,” but noted that it didn’t mention the rescinding of the bulls themselves.

“I think what this does is it really puts the responsibility on nation states such as the United States, to look at its use of the Doctrine of Discovery,” she said in a interview from Syracuse, New York, where she is a professor of Indigenous law at Syracuse University’s College of Law. “This goes beyond land. It really has created generation upon generation of genocidal policies directed towards Indigenous peoples. And I think that it’s time for these governments to take full accountability for their actions.”

From now on, anyone who still behaves as though the Doctrine of Discovery still applies should be treated no differently than how we have always advocated Israeli settlers be treated.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 12, 2023, 03:46:53 am »

20:49-21:27 echoes what I am worried about what this might lead to. It should be noted that China was not critical of the Abraham Accords (that involved UAE and Bahrain recognizing Israel):

A day after the agreement between Israel and the UAE was first made public, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian stated that Beijing was “pleased” to see the two countries taking steps to reduce tensions in the Middle East.[2]

thus are unlikely to try to stop any prospective Saudi recognition of Israel either. Yet if Saudi recognition of Israel goes ahead, then Iran's newly established relations with Saudi will mean Iran will be under pressure to recognize Israel also.

Additionally, I predict Israel will now step up support for the pro-democracy protestors in Iran to overthrow the current regime, which would then reset Iran's foreign relations. Thus even if the current regime sticks to its principle of not recognizing Israel, whatever manages to displace the current regime in Iran would surely recognize Israel at once.

The fundamental problem is that China's aim was never to unite Iran and Saudi against Israel, but to end conflict in the region generally (ie. including ending conflicts involving Israel) in the interests of increased prosperity for all (ie. including increased prosperity for Israel). If China had instead criticized the Abraham Accords from the beginning like we did, and then pitched this Iran-Saudi deal as a countermeasure to the Abraham Accords, that would have been a good move. But this is not what we have in reality. Thus I discourage over-optimism about this ideal.

Until China acquires a worldview based on moral dualism, it will continue to be incapable of formulating plans that Israel cannot rewire to its own ultimate advantage.
Posted by: BankRun
« on: March 11, 2023, 07:44:52 pm »

South Africa downgrades diplomatic ties with ‘apartheid Israel’
South Africa’s parliament has voted to downgrade its diplomatic relations with Israel.

This comes after years of strained relations due to Israel’s treatment of Palestinians.

Al Jazeera’s Fahmida Miller reports from Johannesburg, South Africa.
Posted by: rp
« on: February 20, 2023, 07:58:35 am »

An addendum: I do agree with 90sRetroFan though, that a significant chunk of these pro-CCP false leftists will shift over to straight up rightism within the next few decades BECAUSE of, as is referenced in your link, what Wang Huning calls the Black Challenge. These false leftists, who usually go so far as to claim to be radical leftists, praise China for its innovation and the economic prosperity that they believe it is just starting to enjoy because of the CCP's actions. They believe that in these respects, it will continue to surpass the US. If they want to keep this view on China while being intellectually honest, they will have to end up dropping their anti-racist stance. As time passes, it'll become harder and harder for a lot of them to believe that non-westerners, and in particular other non-whites, are as capable of managing the kind of civilization they desire (a western one, even if they refuse to call it that). Most of these people are BLM supporters for now, but there will very likely be a Wang Huning-style divergence where a lot of them give up on "black" Americans and "black" people as a whole, leaving them to the wolves

I agree. But this rightism will be of the Enlightenment liberal flavor, rather than say, the outright racist (traditionalist) rightism that I have observed in countries such as India. Could have something to do with Gentile blood memory in the former versus Turanian blood memory in the latter.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: February 18, 2023, 06:14:21 pm »

An encouraging sign:

Israel on Saturday condemned the "severe" expulsion of a senior diplomat from the African Union summit, accusing arch-foe Iran of orchestrating the move with help from Algeria and South Africa.

A video circulating on social media shows guards escorting the Israeli foreign ministry's deputy director general for Africa, Sharon Bar-li, out of the AU assembly taking place in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.

A spokesman for the Israeli foreign ministry described the incident as "severe," noting Bar-li was "an accredited observer with an entry tag", a claim denied by an AU official.

The ministry spokesman said it was "saddening to see the African Union taken hostage by a small number of extremist states like Algeria and South Africa, which are driven by hatred and controlled by Iran".
Israel attained observer status at the AU in 2021 after decades of diplomatic efforts, drawing protest from powerful members including South Africa and Algeria, which argued that it flew in the face of AU statements supporting the Palestinians.

Last year, unease flared over the accreditation of Israel as an observer at the AU, with the Palestinians -- who also have an observer status at the body -- urging it to be withdrawn.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: February 15, 2023, 05:43:31 pm »

China and Iran should build a new bloc that not only excludes Russia but indeed makes it its purpose to encircle and constrict Russia and wider Turandom.
Posted by: m94r
« on: February 02, 2023, 01:57:33 pm »

Police ban planned Quran burning protest in Norway

Oslo police Inspector Martin Strand says demonstration in Norwegian capital ‘can’t go ahead due to security concerns’.

Police in Norway have banned a planned protest including the burning of a copy of the Islamic holy book, the Quran, hours after the Turkish foreign ministry summoned the Norwegian ambassador to complain.

A group of protesters planned to burn a copy of the Quran outside the Turkish embassy in Oslo on Friday, police said.

“The police emphasise that burning the Quran is a legal political statement in Norway, but this event can’t go ahead due to security concerns,” Oslo police Inspector Martin Strand said in a statement on Thursday.

Posted by: m94r
« on: January 24, 2023, 01:16:20 pm »

F_ck Denmark too, these Scandinavian degenerate racists are proving themselves unworthy of existing in the coming new age. If they don't change their behaviour soon they will have to be totally invaded and destroyed. God willing we will be victorious against the Jews-"whites".