Antisemitism Panel Wants “More Action” from Ottawa July 20, 2011Posted by The Prodigal Son in Jews, Lies & Propaganda, New World Order.
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By Meagan Fitzpatrick, CBC News
(Green text by The Prodigal Son)
The federal government needs to take more action to combat rising antisemitism in Canada and around the world, a report by a panel of MPs concludes.
The Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat antisemitism released its final report Thursday in Ottawa after two years of investigation that included public hearings with more than 70 witnesses.
“Antisemitism is one of the oldest and most pervasive forms of hatred,” Mario Silva, chair of the committee, said at a news conference. The former Liberal MP, who was defeated in the May 2 election, said antisemitism is still present and even growing in some parts of Canada and a parliamentary committee was needed to identify measures to fight it.
The report adopted the European Union’s definition of antisemitism and urges the federal government and law enforcement agencies to do the same. It defines antisemitism as a certain perception of Jews that can be expressed as hatred toward them, in physical or rhetorical ways. Antisemitic acts can be directed at individuals, their property, or the Jewish community and religious facilities. It also says that expressions of hatred can target
Israel (the Jewish state), because it is considered a Jewish collectivity.
Israel (the Zionist entity occupying Palestine) is not antisemitic,” Silva said, but he added that denying its right to exist, or seeking its destruction, could be considered antisemitic acts.
The report said there are “traditional antisemitic acts” such as (fake) firebombings and (self-inflicted) vandalism of Jewish facilities but that there is a “new antisemitism” that is taking hold in Canada, and internationally. It focuses more on
Israel’s (the Jewish state’s) role in the Middle East conflict with Palestinians, it said.
“In the most vile and clear expressions of the new antisemitism, Jewish support for
Israel(the Zionist entity) and the notion of Israel(the Jewish state) as a criminal state is used to further traditional antisemitic themes. These manifestations use the discourse of politics but, in fact, constitute masked hatred.”
The all-party panel began public hearings in late 2009 that lasted several months and members also reviewed written submissions. Representatives from academia, police services, universities, and other stakeholders were among the witnesses.
Antisemitism a concern on school campuses
Silva and the panel’s co-chair, Conservative MP Scott Reid, said they heard from a number of students who
recalled (lied about) being harassed and fearing for their safety on campus. The report said antisemitism is a growing concern at some schools and a large part of the inquiry was devoted to that.
The emergence of “
Israel Apartheid Week” several years ago has prompted conflicts and protests on campuses and some antisemitic incidents have been linked to those events, the report said.
It said organizers of the events are trying to demonize
Israel (the Zionist scourge occupying Palestine) as the Jewish homeland and use campuses as their staging ground because the audiences are captive. The panel said it heard from supporters of the campaign but reject their arguments that criticism of the events are attempts to stifle their free speech.
The MPs said they respect the right to free expression but that the security of students must be protected.
The report did not recommend that universities try and shut down the events, but made a number of recommendations aimed at protecting the safety of students.
The report makes a number of other recommendations. Among them are calls for the federal government to adopt a clear definition of what antisemitism entails and to train police forces to better deal with antisemitic incidents and events on university campuses.
Reid said national standards are needed for police services so there is a common understanding of what constitutes an antisemitic crime and data can be better collected.
“We have limited ability to measure these things across the country. We need to make them comparable across the country and comparable to international incidents in this regard,” he said.
The report also suggests that Citizenship and Immigration Canada give special consideration to rising international antisemitism when making decisions about who is permitted to settle in Canada and from which countries they are coming.
The panel also recommends that education about human rights be made a bigger part of training programs offered to new Canadians.
‘Canada should help reform international human rights’
The inquiry panel took a shot at the United Nations in its report and is urging Canada to step up on the international stage to reform the body’s human rights council.
Reid said the panel wants the House of Commons’ foreign affairs committee to do a study on the UN’s “overemphasis of alleged human rights abuses by
Israel (the Zionists in Palestine) while ignoring flagrant human rights abuses of other member states.”
“We recommend that the Government of Canada spearhead initiatives to reform the international human rights regime,” he said.
The committee didn’t hear from everyone who wanted to testify, selecting 74 witnesses from more than 150 applications.
Silva said some groups that wanted to appear before the committee were comprised of people who condemned the panel’s work from the outset.
“I didn’t really want to give a platform to individuals who had no time for us and so why should we have time for them?” said Silva.
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In the above article the word ‘antisemitic’ is used 7 times, while the word ‘antisemitism’ is used 12 times. Together they were referenced 19 times. They really need a thesaurus over there at CBC. But then they’d have to be too ridiculously obvious and say that this is ‘racism’.
As if anyone gives a shit about their race! We care what they are DOING; we care about their actions. If they would stop doing what they’re doing and smarten up so-called “antisemitism” would cease to exist instantly.
So far these clowns have spent over $600,000 of taxpayer money on this nonsense… that they’re admitting to. They’ve probably burned through more than that for no good reason. If they really want to “combat antisemitism” then they should convince the Jews to stop pulling false flag attacks such as the ‘Lavon Affair’, the attack on the USS Liberty and the fake terror attack on 9/11: killing non-Jews to further their anti-Christian agendas.
Personally, I’d be OK with them all being sent to Birobidjan. That would definitely clear up all of the “antisemitism” immediately and forever. But that wouldn’t do for them because they (like a parasite) can’t survive without a host to milk and bleed.