Dave Petteys to the OSCE: Intolerance and Discrimination Against a Violent Ideology is a Rational Response

2018 Human Dimension Implementation Meeting
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
Thursday, 20 September 2018

Working Session 17: Combating racism, xenophobia, intolerance and discrimination

Intervention read by Dave Petteys, representing the Sea Jay Foundation

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

For links to previous articles about the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, see the OSCE Archives.

2 thoughts on “Dave Petteys to the OSCE: Intolerance and Discrimination Against a Violent Ideology is a Rational Response

  1. As the late, great Sir Isaiah Berlin (who was smarter than most of us) said, intolerance of the intolerant is not intolerance.

    Apologies if I didn’t get that word perfect, and thanks to the person who posted this quote on “Gates” a few years back.

  2. The OSCE takes it on itself to promote the criminalization of “xenophobia, intolerance and discrimination”.

    I’m coming more to the thinking that rather than having a global organization such as the OSCE make certain exceptions, we should be working to remove the influence of all such globalist organizations altogether. If people want to get together and make declarations, fine, but there should be no governments associated with it.

    Making judgments on other countries, especially these cultural Marxist influenced organizations, helps to deteriorate nationalism. On closer examination, it frequently appears a government has its reasons.

    An example is that a friend told me breathlessly that Romania prevented gypsy children from attending public schools. Why? Because they teach their children to steal, and they steal from the other children. Sounds to me like a perfectly reasonable approach.

    The more blatant examples, such as the massacre in Rwanda, actually were settled before the UN or coalitions stepped in to punish the (maybe) guilty. The victims were not less dead because the UN or EU established a war crimes tribunal.

    The whole process is a tool to dissolve national governments. The real pressure is brought to bear on countries like Hungary, that openly declare the exclusion of more Muslims, rather than on real abusers of human liberties, such as Britain and Germany.

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