The UN Crusade Against Whites
Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, October 7, 2022
The UN is no longer merely useless; it’s an enemy of our people.
The United States is the world’s main source for crazy, leftist ideas about race. Critical Race Theory started here. So did “systemic racism,” “intersectionality,” and “unconscious racism.” They all boil down to this: Every race is precisely equal, so all failures by non-whites, especially blacks, are our fault. All white people practice and uphold white supremacy, which is everywhere. Everyone and everything in every society must make equal outcomes top priority.
This stuff is now dogma at the United Nations.
Last month, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights issued a press release: “Little progress combating systemic racism against people of African descent.”
“Systemic racism” is what the zealots trot out to explain black failure when you are forbidden even to think about race differences in IQ and behavior.
The press release laments that it has been two whole years since George Floyd set off the global Black Lives Matter movement, but the planet has managed nothing more than “piecemeal progress.” Floyd and BLM were about black crime, rioting, arson, and looting. Anyone who thinks that blacks ransacking Target department stores and setting fire to police cars proves there is systemic racism, doesn’t have a working brain.
And, of course, these “piecemeal” measures “fall short of comprehensive evidence-based approaches – grounded in intersectional and intergenerational analyses – that address systemic racism, including structural and institutional factors, in State institutions, the private sector and societal structures across multiple interconnected areas.”
This report is issued to all 193 UN member nations, and tells them they have to turn their societies inside out for the benefit of black people. It’s in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish. I wonder how you say “intersectionality” in Arabic.
Before I talk about the report, let’s look at some videos the high commissioner cites as sources.
The UN has an official Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent.
Here are the “experts.”
The chubby lady to the left, an American named Dominique Day, is the boss expert, and here are some of her thoughts. [[0:00 – 0:13]] She says this evil is worldwide, transcending national borders and cultural differences.
Here is another UN-approved American named Bryan Stevenson.
[[0:39 – 0:58]] Abolition never happened. We just evolved a new version of slavery.
Another UN video is of Verene Shepherd, a Jamaican professional reparations peddler, who is boss of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination – yet another band of fanatics.
Please think about the implications of what she says, blue headdress and all: [[0:00 – 0:15]] Black people have told us what we owe. Now, all we have to do is pay up.
The High Commissioner on Human Rights accepted input on what to put into the report. The Global Afrikan Congress UK, which is presumably known as GACuk, explained: “Our key objective is to achieve Reparations.”
The US-based Nation of Yamassee-Moors, of which this is the somewhat cryptic home page, offered valuable insights.
It quotes the line from the US Supreme Court’s Dred Scott decision about blacks having “no rights which the white man was bound to respect,” and adds, “This legal decision is a global standard that has not changed and is utilized in every court on the Planet.”
There is a submission from another American group called Women’s All Points Bulletin.
It starts with homage to Nubian, Egyptian, and Ethiopian queens and asks when they will be free to reign supreme again.
The executive summary explains that “Anglo males have been given the authority to stop, search, detain, beat, rape, and kill Africans for any ‘suspicious’ activity.”
Thus fortified with African wisdom both ancient and modern, the high commissioner wrote a report with this jaw-breaker of a title.
“Promotion and protection of the human rights and fundamental freedoms of Africans and of people of African descent against excessive use of force and other human rights violations by law enforcement officers through transformative change for racial justice and equality.” Very snappy.
I was expecting to find reams of data on the sufferings of Africans and African-descended people, but I was wrong. The report just takes for granted that systemic racism is on the loose everywhere. The theme of the report was supposed to be police brutality against blacks, but the unnamed authors could find only seven cases: George Floyd and Breonna Taylor in the United States, and only five more in the entire rest of the world. They had to go all the way back to 2016 to find cases in France and Brazil. They cite a British case – a guy named Kevin Clarke – but the official British position is: “There is no evidence of racial disproportionality in the number of deaths in custody in the United Kingdom, or that an individual’s race or ethnicity impacts their likelihood of dying in or following police custody.”
The authors appear to be horrified that “Use of racist, misogynistic, and disrespectful language by law enforcement officials was reported in several countries.”
Yikes. Also, in the US, “In some states, restrictive voting laws and measures, which notably risk disproportionately affecting people of African descent, were introduced.” And, of course, “women at the intersections of race, religion, nationality and disability faced heightened difficulties.”
This isn’t a study of anything; it’s a profession of faith. A high school student could have done a better job on race differences in disease, poverty, incarceration, life expectancy, welfare use, illegitimacy, home ownership, net worth, etc. The UN didn’t bother with that. Systemic racism is like 2 + 2 = 4. It’s self-evident that white people make life hell for blacks.
As for what to do about this, the report referred to a paper from last year, with another jaw-breaking name.
The human rights busybodies aren’t good with data, but they sure know how to make demands. Here are a few:
“Adopt comprehensive “whole-of-government” and “whole-of-society” reforms and responses to dismantle systemic racism.”
“Whole of government,” “whole of society.” Nothing and no one is innocent.
“Reimagine policing and the criminal justice system.”
“Ensure effective participation and/or representation of people of African descent, in particular women and youth, at every level in State institutions.”
Think of that: Black youth at every level of government. And, of course, there have got to be “reparations in various forms. (I’m guessing “various forms” means money, land, and sneakers.)
Dismantle structures and systems designed and shaped by enslavement, colonialism and successive racially discriminatory policies and systems.”
Again, these demands are addressed to all 193 UN member states, but there’s just one target: the white man. The report is supposed to be about Africans and people of African descent, but there’s not one peep about the awful things Africans do to each other in Africa, or what fun Africans had catching and selling slaves.
The person ultimately responsible for this report is the acting high commissioner, Nada Youssef A. Al Nashif.
She is Jordanian, but you won’t find one word about the millions and millions of blacks that Arabs caught and marched across the Sahara into slavery.
And I doubt there has ever been a single UN document that says one word about the countless Europeans that Arabs carried off as sex slaves or were worked to death, chained to their oars as galley slaves.
The Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights is a giant hive of anti-racism.
We already met the Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent and the 18-member Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
There is an Expert Mechanism to Advance Racial Justice and Equality in Law Enforcement, composed of two black ladies and an Argentine.
There is an Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of Complementary Standards.
It’s run by this person, and it works out procedures for implementing the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.
There is a Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia, and related intolerance.
The high commission has two organizations to implement what’s called the Durban Declaration: an Intergovernmental Working Group on the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action.
Also, a Group of Independent *Eminent* Experts on the Implementation of the Durban Declaration.
There are five eminent experts.
This Durban stuff came out of a 2001 conference in South Africa, where Africans made wild demands for reparations. The US walked out, but only because the conference wanted to brand Israel as a racist state.
I honestly don’t know how much impact any of this has, but these people aren’t researchers or civil servants. If you look up their resumes, they are anti-white fanatics. I’m sure they have staff, office space, and fat expense accounts and travel budgets. Every one of them ought to be fired. Last year, of course, we got this headline: “Biden administration invites UN experts on racism to visit U.S. in bid to combat racial injustice.”
I can just see the earnest conversations, with everyone agreeing what a miserable lot white people are.
Besides countless reports and conferences and declarations and demands and junkets, the UN is always proclaiming days, weeks, years, and even decades to be devoted to fighting racism. Take a look at this collection.
Did you know that every March 21st is International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination? One day is clearly not enough, so the week of 21 to 27 March is Week of Solidarity with the Peoples Struggling against Racism and Racial Discrimination. Did you do your part last March? 1971 was International Year for Action to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination, but that didn’t do the trick either, so two years later the UN devoted a whole decade to combatting Racism, but after three straight decades of combat, it looks like the UN has now switched to an International Decade for People of African Descent.
That important celebration started back in 2015, but somehow it’s passed me by.
Whatever effect any of this has, the UN keeps up a constant drumbeat of black-people-good, white-people-bad. And, by the way, do you have any idea how many people work for the UN and its various parts? Take a guess. The official figure for 2021 was 119,870, with more of them working in Africa than anywhere else.
They should all be fired.
The UN was set up after the Second World War to keep the peace. It failed completely at that, so it branched out into do-gooder nonsense, every bit of it lefty and far-lefty. The World Health Organization, of recent notoriety, is part of the UN, as is the UN High Commission on Refugees, which shoves as many Third-Worlders as possible into white countries. We pay the UN $11 billion a year.
Like so many institutions, which started out as merely useless, the UN has become an active enemy of our people. The sooner we get out of it, the better.