Sunday, July 16, 2017

Antonio Guterres On the Fez Plan Of Action:CamelShit!

Antonio Guterres On the Fez Plan Of Action:CamelShit! I have marked the most egregious turds with superscripts internally linked to my incendiary commentary below the horizontal line.

Authority of Religious Leaders Critical to Preventing Incitement of Violence, Secretary-General Says at Event Launching Fez Action Plan

Following are UN Secretary-General António Guterres’ remarks on the launch of the Fez Plan of Action, in New York today:

Let me begin by thanking you for coming together in this deeply meaningful way — and on such a timely initiative.

I firmly believe in the power of faith leaders to shape our world for good.  As High Commissioner for Refugees, I made a special effort to reach out to faith leaders.  I did so out of personal conviction.  But, I also did so for very practical reasons.  After all, to the vast majority of people uprooted from their homes, faith is an anchor in a stormy sea of fear, loss, separation and destitution.

We worked together with religious leaders on a project that focused on the roots of modern refugee law and Islamic law.  We did it in close cooperation with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and with the support of Nayef University in Riyadh.  More broadly, we brought in UNHCR [the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees], religious leaders together for a dialogue on faith and protection.

Again and again, I have been struck by the consonance of key precepts and core values between the different faiths1.  Indeed faith is central to hope and resilience.  Yet, around the world, we see how religion is being twisted — cynically manipulated — to justify incitement to violence and discrimination2.  We see an alarming rise in online and offline hate speech — messages that spread hostility and hatred and encourage populations to commit violence against individuals or communities, often based on their identity.

Hate speech3 sows the seeds of suspicion, mistrust and intolerance.  Over time, it can play an important role in convincing people that violence is logical, justifiable, even necessary.  And so, it is no surprise that hate speech is one of the most common warning signs of atrocity crimes — genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Since we know the warning signs, we can also take early action to prevent these crimes.  The voice, the authority, and the example of religious leaders are critical4This conviction led to the development of the initiative we launch today.  The Fez Plan of Action is the product of two years of consultations, led by my Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide.  It involved religious leaders representing different faiths around the world, as well as faith-based organizations and many others.  I would like to pay tribute to the critical role of many partners, and in particular KAICIID, the Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers and the World Council of Churches.

The Plan is based on a unifying commitment to promote peace, understanding, mutual respect and the fundamental rights of all people.  This includes the rights to freedom of religion and belief, opinion and expression, and peaceful association.

The Plan of Action sets out a broad range of ways in which religious leaders can prevent incitement to violence and contribute to peace and stability.  It stresses the importance of women and youth in all prevention initiatives.  It also contains recommendations for States and the international community.

All religions teach respect for life and recognize human beings as fundamentally equal5.  These principles summon us to show respect for all human beings, even those with whom we might profoundly disagree or whose cultures might seem alien.  I urge the widest possible dissemination and implementation of this Plan of Action.  It can help to save lives, reduce suffering and realize our shared vision of a peaceful, inclusive and just societies in which diversity is valued and the rights of all individuals are protected.

Let us work together to prevent and end atrocity crimes and all affronts to human rights and dignity.

consonance of key precepts

    Is there no limit to arrogant AssWholliness?

Jesus Christ!

  • Crucified, dead, resurrected or not?
  • Prince of Peace or Barbarian War Lord who will kill the last Jews & Christians?
  •  Son of God or slave of Allah?
  • Moe's paternal half brother and step son? 

religion is being twisted

to justify incitement

    Accursed Liar!!! Go to Hell and be damned! Do not pass GO, do not collect Jizya!  Islam was contrived for the purpose of propagating perpetual war  because war was the source of Moe's income.  Moe got 100% of the fei & Jizya and the top 20% of the ganimah produced by his conquests.

Hate speech

    Seventeen times each day, pious Muslims curse us by reminding Allah why he wants to burn us: they recite Surah Al-Fatiha.
Surah Al-Baqarah 2.286 is one of the most popular superogatory salat. When they recite it, they ask Allah to grant them victory over us.  The Qur'an calls us "worst of living creatures" and curses us.

religious leaders

    Here's a religious leader for you:
Here is another;

All religions

    Islam is an Arab Mafia, not a religion and it does not teach respect for life, equality and human dignity.

respect for life

  • kill them wherever you find them
  • Fight them
  • dignity

    • Until you testify that only Allah has the right to be worshiped, your blood and wealth are not sacred to Muslims and you have no human rights!
    • Sahih Bukhari 1.8.387
  • equality

    • Blood wit for accidental death:
      • Muslim: 100 camels  Reliance Of The Traveller o4.2
      • Muslima: 50 camels
      • Christian: 33 camels.
    • testomony

      • muslim: 1  Reliance o24.7
      • Muslima: 2
      • Christian: can not testify.


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