January 16, 2017
Imagine a group of Semitic desert bandits somehow manages to retain its murderous nature while evolving to exceed the shameless ingenuity of Rousseau’s “Civilized Man”: that’s the seed from which international NGOs like Human Rights Watch sprout from.
“Human Rights,” as Jews define the term, are a cynical cloak that appeals to the superior empathy and reason of non-Jews (mostly whites), and turns it around on us to push their exterminationist agenda. That is why Human Rights Watch will rush to the defense of Pussy Riot committing a hate crime against a Russian church, but has never said anything about an 87-year-old woman sentenced to prison in Germany for the “crime” of saying she doesn’t remember the Third Reich being as bad as it is portrayed in the movies.
Human Rights Watch is listing President-elect Donald Trump as a threat to human rights, calling his campaign a “vivid illustration of the politics of intolerance.”
“Donald Trump’s election as US president after a campaign fomenting hatred and intolerance, and the rising influence of political parties in Europe that reject universal rights, have put the postwar human rights system at risk,” the group said in a Friday statement announcing a new report.
The 687-page World Report analyzes Trump’s campaign, pointing to his rhetoric as a cause for worry over human rights violations.
“(Trump’s) campaign floated proposals that would harm millions of people, including plans to engage in massive deportations of immigrants, to curtail women’s rights and media freedoms, and to use torture,” the report says, quoting Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth.
Human Rights Watch goes on to say that politicians in Europe, as well as Trump, could lead to “tyranny.”
“Trump and various politicians in Europe seek power through appeals to racism, xenophobia, misogyny, and nativism. They all claim that the public accepts violations of human rights as supposedly necessary to secure jobs, avoid cultural change, or prevent terrorist attacks. In fact, disregard for human rights offers the likeliest route to tyranny,” Roth wrote.
Let me translate some of Roth’s Yidglish to English:
- Massive Deportations = A state protecting its borders in accordance to existing laws.
- Women’s Rights = The right to murder your fetus for no reason at any stage of a pregnancy.
- Curtail Media Freedom = Talking to the American people directly through Twitter rather than exclusively through hostile and dishonest Jew filters in the monopolized press.
- Human Rights = Whatever some Jewish blogger with big money behind him says they are.
Out of curiosity, I did a search for what – if anything – Human Rights Watch has to say about the untold thousands of racially motivated attacks on Boer farms in South Africa, and high level members of the government actively encouraging it. To my surprise, I found something.
Racism Plagues Response to Rural Crime
The South African government is failing to adequately protect residents of commercial farming areas from violent crime, Human Rights Watch charged in a report released today. Black farm residents are most severely affected by this failure, and black women are most vulnerable of all, Human Rights Watch said.
In South Africa, where land ownership was restricted to whites for most of the twentieth century, most farm owners are still white, whereas farmworkers are mostly black. Since the early 1990s, there has been a marked increase in assaults and murders of the owners and managers of commercial farms and their families.
In some areas, the heightened security measures of the rural protection plan have even increased insecurity for black farm residents, who are targeted for beatings and other harassment by over-zealous security agents. Private security companies hired by farm owners have also committed serious abuses.
The government must ensure that the criminal justice system responds effectively and promptly to any reported serious crime, without discrimination;
Only police should carry out policing duties, and not members of the army;
Both police and army should ensure proper disciplinary or prosecutorial action against those responsible for abuses; and
Private security initiatives, whether voluntary “farmwatch” groups or private security companies, should be brought under more effective control.
In other words, Kenneth Roth’s view on the indiscriminate murder of South Africa’s white minority is that the government must crackdown on farmers trying to defend themselves.
Some modern day racialist thinkers take a Darwinian or Nietzschean stance in believing there is some fundamental problem in guaranteeing rights and protections to citizens. There’s a grain of truth to what they’re saying, but the ultimate problem with human rights is not necessarily the Classical vehicle, but the billions of dollars accumulated through a genetic world wide web dedicated to keep malicious Roth and his growing number-6 Pinocchio nose steering the ship into our oblivion.