OHCHR, the United Nation’s Anti-Racism Commission, sets the pace
By Alex | We don’t have a corona “pandemic”, we rather have a racism pandemic. We have been experiencing a racism hype for months where politicians and their compliant media sycophants with their everlasting left “experts” convey an alleged, latent and also systemic racism in Canada that needs to be fought, and our police are irresponsibly placed under general suspicion. Initially, the NDP’s Jagmeet Singh demanded a study on racism in the police force. However, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Bill Blair rejected demands for a special study on racism in the police, but announced a broader investigation – into racism in society.
Edmonton starts its own study
Ironically, the Marxist Edmonton City Council which tolerates the militant antifa army, which the Edmonton Police Services want outlawed, is starting its own study on radical tendencies in the police. It’s about racism, religious and gender-specific prejudices. The Edmonton police are already sufficiently sensitized to these issues, and the recruitment of non-white people has been actively promoted for years.
OHCHR, the Rummaging and Sniffing Institution of the United Nations
Contrary to Public Safety Minister Blair, NDP Justice critic Randall Garrison continues to insist on carrying out the originally planned study on racism (racial profiling) in the police, as it was recommended by the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).
The OHCHR’s digging and intelligence activities consist of preparing country reports. So-called “human rights experts” publish political recommendations that they have developed in particular from discussions with non-governmental organizations. The 6th country report on Canada was drawn up after an OHCHR delegation visited from February 12 to February 17, 2020. The OHCHR criticizes the fact that “the Canadian public discourse has become more and more xenophobic in recent years” and that there is “more and more hate speech”. The report refers to the weekly demonstrations of Yellow Vests, to the PPC and to “far-right, alt-right white supremacist hate groups”. Statements in the current report demand an end to so-called racial profiling, a racially motivated behavior of the police. There are also complaints from African-Canadians that are also statistically recorded. There is a lack of problem awareness on the part of the police, they claim.
OHCHR “recommends” – Canada implements
This is how a “UN Recommendation” becomes law:
On Wednesday, March 18th, 2020, the OHCHR published its country report on Canada.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ordered his cabinet to approve the establishment of a cabinet committee to combat right-wing extremism and racism. On Wednesday, June 17, 2020, Parliament passed a law to “better fight right-wing extremism and hate crime”. Since 1998 so-called human rights experts have swarmed out from the UN to sniff out racism and intolerance in Canada.
Among the footnotes of the country reports, you can find out from whom and through which institutes and press they receive their findings. A few examples:
- The Tides Foundation
- Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA)
- Liberal Party of Canada
- Human Rights Watch
- Anti-hate Network of Canada
- Canadian Anti-Discrimination Agency
- Senate of Canada
- The Globe and Mail
- Huffington Post Canada
OHCHR’s contribution to the Islamization of Europe
In a policy recommendation from March 2000 “Combating hate and discrimination against non-whites and Islamic peoples”, the OHCHR ordered governments, among other things, to promote the construction of mosques. Schools and the media should spread a favorable image of Islam. Their wish is our command.
In the latest report (No. 6), the financing of alt-right and other right-wing groups and ideas should be terminated. Specifically, it mentions the People’s Party of Canada:
The method to suspend state funding of the PPC is pending with the Commission. In view of the results of the Huffington Post report on the PPC and other extremist organizations (see section 42 above), the OHCHR is of the opinion that a procedure should be examined against this party.
The former Deputy Minister for Diversity and Inclusion Aaliyha Hussein has represented Canada at the OHCHR since 2008. She is a member of the “Muslim Academy in Canada” and ombudswoman for The Survivors of the Victims of Racism in Canada.
Thanks to the efforts of the United Nations and its OHCHR, the world now has a vast network of Marxist laws and guidelines on hate speech and “Islamophobia”.