The US, Canada, the EU and Ukraine voted NO, against “Combating glorification of Nazism…” in a 2014 UN resolution…

Anyone wonders why a couple of months later, in 2015, February 17th, “500 Lithuanian fascists march near WWII-era execution site of 10,000 Jews…
About 500 Lithuanians, some sporting Nazi swastikas, attended a far right march in the country’s second city of Kaunas. The city was the scene of the Baltics worst World War II-era Jewish pogroms, where nearly 10,000 people were killed in one day.”
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«UN Resolution Against Glorification of Nazism Opposed on 21 Nov. 2014 by Just Three Countries | Defending History:

http://defendinghistory.com/resolution-glorification-nazism-opposed-21-nov-2014-countries/69940

The following is the official 21 Nov. 2014 United Nations voting sheet for the resolution (A/C.3/69/L.56/Rev.1) “Combating glorification of Nazism, neo-nazism and other practices that contribute to fuelling contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia andrelated intolerance.” The original is posted on the UN website. This copy has three added arrows for rapid identification of the three states that voted “No.”

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Media coverage includes: Margaret Besheer in Voice of America;  Joseph Brean in Canada’s National Post;  George Eliason in Global Research; Ken Hanly in Digital Journal;  Dovid Katz in The Times of Israel;  Ryan Maloney in Huffington Post;  Jim Miles in CounterPunch;  Boruch Shubert in JP Updates;  Sam Sokol in the Jerusalem Post.

Glorification of Nazi collaborators (and local perpetrators) by states and their elites is a serious issue in various countries, including Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, and Ukraine.»

AND A BIG THANK YOU GOES TO THE: USA, CANADA, UKRAINE AND THE EU…

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2 responses to “The US, Canada, the EU and Ukraine voted NO, against “Combating glorification of Nazism…” in a 2014 UN resolution…

  1. if i read this correctly, the US of A, Canada and the rest see no need to combat racism, xenophobia and so on? Or is my English misleading me?

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    • Yep, I had the same problem, I couldn’t believe, and read it several times before posting, as it seems so unrealistically evil, totally against all common sense of righteousness and justice. I still can hardly believe, and I am looking for someone to come up with any, even extremely pragmatic reasons which would somewhat “justify” this act of human rights treason…

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