This hatefest will only abet the global jihad. Yet Obama still has not come out against it, and probably will not do so at all. “Why is the U.S. still entertaining Durban II? Obama should have nixed UN’s hatefest by now,” by Anne Bayefsky for the New York Daily News, February 26 (thanks to Paul):
Durban II – the UN “anti-racism” conference scheduled for April 20, 2009 in Geneva – is fast approaching. Well aware that the U.S. could undermine the credibility of this global human rights hoax instantaneously by deciding not to go, the Obama administration has still not announced its intentions. Canada and Israel have pulled out and, at the highest levels, Israel has asked President Obama not to attend. What lies behind the U.S.’s delay?
For one, Obama is making new friends. The administration’s decision last week to participate in planning meetings for Durban II was very well received by the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).
On February 21, 2009, the OIC “welcomed” the move as a “positive development.” OIC Secretary General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu said it “would be widely perceived by the Muslim world as a credible signal of the new U.S. Administration’s goodwill and desire to introduce a fresh, fair and objective approach to the . . . Middle East peace process as well as to rejuvenate the United States’ positive image throughout the Muslim nations.”…
And that seems to be all that matters, even if it strengthens a jihad that ultimately the United States will have to face, and no positive image will help Americans elude it.