Los verdaderos países RACISTAS abandonan la conferencia ONU sobre el racismo! Les duele que les digan LA VERDAD en sus caras! Serán descarados ??? Pero si a ELLOS no les importa lo que piense el Mundo !!!

Esto es el colmo del descaro: Los paises mas racistas del mundo son los que están protestando por que se les dice la verdad en su cara:

Los paises que tratan de boicotear la conferencia mundial sobre el racismo, que la ONU sostiene en Ginebra, Suiza, abandonan la conferencia como perros con el rabo entre las patas! Pero no crean que son dóciles como los perros con miedo. Estos son los perros mas rabiosos que existen en el mundo y ya es hora que les pongamos los bozales correspondientes.

Entre los pasies rabiosos estan:

EEUU, Canada, Israel, Australia, Nueva Zelandia, Alemania, Polonia y Holanda.

Los otros paises son solo seguidores fieles de estos HP, asi que, que podemos espera de estos lame botas?

Ah! Les comento que luego hubo terminado el presidente Irani su discurso, la mayoria de los paises, es decir los otros paises que son la mayoría, los del segundo, tercer y cuarto mundo – segun la denominacion de los paises racistas – aplaudieron de forma estruendosa dicho discurso!

Lo que estos paises del «primer mundo» – los amos del mundo segun ellos –  NO QUIEREN VER, es que ya terminó su época de dominio! Ellos tienen dinero que NO VALE y NOSOTROS tenemos las Materias Primas que ellos codician y necesitan! Por eso han creado la maldita Crisis Mundial, que todos sabemos ELLOS la han fabricado.

Eso significa: Preparensen para la Guerra, por que cuando estos HP vean que no pueden negociar «segun» sus condiciones, tratarán de robarnos las materias primas con sus ejercitos.  Guerreros del mundo, esten listos a enfrentarse al Águila Feroz.

Se han fijado Ustedes que los FALSIMEDIOS no le han dado cobertura plena a este evento tan importante?!

Bueno,  el articulo que les traigo está en inglés, pero aqui podran ver la traducción hecha con el traductor de Google.

Los estimos a todos Ustedes amigos mios!

Bien, aqui el articulo original:

UN seeks to salvage racism summit

Ahmadinejad described Israel as a ‘repressive racist regime’ in his speech in Geneva on Monday [Reuters]

Delegates at a United Nations conference on racism have agreed on a final declaration calling on the global community to combat intolerance.

Amos Wako, president of the meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, described the 16-page document on Tuesday as a «historic outcome».

The decision, approved by more than 100 countries, came as leaders attempted to get the summit back on course after a speech by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran’s president, led several Western diplomats to walk out of the hall.

Alan Fisher, Al Jazeera’s correspondent in Geneva, said even though the declaration is being seen as a «significant diplomatic initiative», it could take years before the real effects are seen.

«It won’t happen overnight and that has been the problem for this conference since it began in Durban in South Africa eight years ago,» he said.

«They’re trying to set up mechanisms so they can see how you put them into practice and how to monitor progress as well.»

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Defining racism

Ahmadinejad condemned Israel as a «cruel and repressive racist regime» in his speech to the conference on Monday.

It later emerged he had dropped language from his prepared speech, in which he described the Holocaust as «ambiguous and dubious».

The UN did not explain why the change was made, but Ahmadinejad’s talk came after a meeting with Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general.

Ban stressed that the UN did not equate Zionism with racism, and reaffirmed the historical facts of the Holocaust.

Many of those who remained to listen to Ahmadinejad’s speech applauded his remarks but a number of Western nations, including the US, Britain and France, strongly criticised them.

The US, Canada, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Poland and the Netherlands were among countries which had decided to stay away from the conference altogether amid fears Ahmadinejad would use the summit to propagate anti-Semitic views.

Silvan Shalom’s, Israel’s deputy prime minister, compared Iran to Nazi Germany in reaction to the speech, saying: «What Iran is trying to do right now is not far away at all from what Hitler did to the Jewish people just 65 years ago.»

He made the remarks during a speech on Tuesday at the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp, hours before a Holocaust memorial ceremony.

‘Hitler’s successor’

Alan Dershowitz, a professor of law at Harvard University who attended the conference, described Ahmadinejad as an idelogical «successor to Adolf Hitler».

«I came face to face with evil yesterday. A man who would kill me if he could and kill my people and my children. A man who is a successor to Adolf Hitler ideologically but he will soon have nuclear weapons,» he told Al Jazeera.

He said the conference in Geneva runs the risk of becoming a «hate-fest aginst the Jewish people».

«Ahmadinejad was the perfect speaker because he represented everything bad about this conference,» Dershowitz said.

«I would hope that other democracies would understand this is not a place where democracy should be, this is a conference of tyranny.»

Chinese appeal

Against this backdrop of renewed acrimony, China called for the international community to end its criticisms and focus on the conference’s goals.

«We hope relevant parties can step up dialogue, eliminate disputes and concentrate on a consensus so as to combat racism with one voice,» Jiang Yu, the country’s foreign ministry spokeswoman, said on Tuesday.

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Meanwhile, in Tehran, the Iranian capital, Ahmadinejad was met by a number of supporters as he returned after delivering his speech in Geneva.

Dozens of people gathered outside Mehrabad International airport to greet him, with some chanting «death to Israel» and «Zionist regime must be destroyed».

But not all Iranians have welcomed Ahmadinejad’s comments.

Alireza Ronaghi, Al Jazeera’s correspondent in Tehran, said the division between the country’s conservatives and reformists was reflected in newspaper coverage of the president’s speech.

«Ahmadinejad’s speech seems to have had the same effect within Iran as it has abroad: antagonising his critics even further while forcing his supporters into a unified position, less than two months before Iran’s next presidential election when Ahmadinejad himself will seek re-election,» he said.