The Australian Newspaper is leading the way in exposing the oldest hatred.
Novelist Alan Gold who was a delegate at Durban I (rather inappropriately named the 2001 UN World Conference Against Racism because it actually promoted racism) today tells why Australia should play no part in the second coming of this conference:-
" THE 120th anniversary of Hitler's birth falls on April 20, which coincidentally is the day nations will gather in Geneva under the banner of the UN to discuss ways of dealing with the growth of racism."
"As one of the small number of Australian delegates in Durban eight years ago, I witnessed some of the most egregious anti-Semitic propaganda, speeches and decisions since World War II.
"So bad was the venality, so biased the organisers, so effete the UN secretariat running the conference that the US delegation walked out in disgust halfway through."
"If the US does manage to shift the focus away from Islamic hatred of Israel, and turn the spotlight on to the pressing religious and racial discrimination across the world, US influence will be boosted. But what if this policy fails?"
Given that the original hatefest was also under United Nations auspices, I wouldn't hold out too much hope for anything other than total failure of this policy.
We only need to look at what's happening with one UN agency - the United Nations Relief and Works Agency which has effectively kept the Palestinian refugee problem alive for six decades. Not content with that and with acting as a shill for terrorists, now UNRWA is acting as a courier for Hamas - UNRWA offers political cover to Hamas. Hamas, whose charter espouses the views set out in the antiSemitic forgery from czarist times - The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, which advocates the destruction of Israel and genocide against Jews.
I can see it now on 20 April, Ging and Gunness holding their glasses aloft and sipping Irish whisky in celebration of Adolph.