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In 2014, Barack Obama voted against UN anti-Nazi resolution (Video)

Obama was protecting the only nazi regime in the world.

November 23, 2014, the United States, Canada & Ukraine voted against Russia’s anti-Nazism resolution at the United Nations.

UN General Assembly’s Third Committee passed a Russia-proposed resolution condemning attempts to glorify Nazism ideology and denial of German Nazi war crimes. The only countries to vote against the resolution were the US, Canada and Ukraine.

The resolution was passed by 115 votes against three, with 55 nations abstaining.

Funny how all this neo-nazi virtue signaling from the liberal left, hollywood, and mainstream media about neo-nazi marches in Charlottesville comes right back to bite them in the ass when it comes to Ukraine…and it was neo-liberal super hero Barack Obama who made sure to vote against a resolution condemning nazis, in order to protect Ukraine’s neo-nazi infested government which he funded, supported and continually propped up.

RT reports

The document voiced concern over the rise of racism-driven crimes around the world and the influence that parties with extremist agendas are gaining.

It called for a universal adoption of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. Many nations including the US, the UK, China and India, signed the convention but did not recognize a mechanism resolving individual complaints it establishes, which makes the convention unenforceable in their jurisdictions.

The resolution also decried attempts to whitewash Nazi collaborators by depicting them as fighters of nationalist resistance movements and honoring them as such.

It condemned any form of denial of Nazi war crimes, including the Jewish Holocaust.

Russia, which submitted the draft resolution, said it regretted that it could not be adopted anonymously.

“The fact that the US, Canada and Ukraine voted against, while delegations from EU member states abstained in the vote on this draft resolution, which was supported by an overwhelming majority of the UN member states, is extremely regrettable,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

“Ukraine’s position is particularly dispiriting and alarming. One can hardly understand how a country, the people of which suffered their full share of the horrors of Nazism and contributed significantly to our common victory against it, can vote against a resolution condemning its glorification,” the ministry said.

Moscow proposes similar documents to the UN General Assembly annually, but the US and Canada have consistently voted against them. Ukraine is a new nation among the opponents, as in previous years it has abstained.

Kiev’s representative at the session, Andrey Tsymbalyuk, said that while Ukraine did condemn Nazism and neo-Nazism, it could not endorse the Russian resolution, because it suffered not only from Nazism, but also from Stalinism in the past.

“As long as Stalinism and neo-Stalinism are not condemned as strongly as Nazism, neo-Nazism and other forms of hatred, Ukraine would not be able to back this document,” the diplomat said.

The resolution is to be formally adopted by the UN General Assembly as a body in December.

Via The Washington’s Blog

In a U.N. vote, on November 21st, only three countries — the United States, Ukraine, and Canada — voted against a resolution to condemn racist fascism, or “nazism,” and to condemn denial of Germany’s World War II Holocaust against primarily Jews.

This measure passed the General Assembly, on a vote of 115 in favor, 3 against, and 55 abstentions (the abstentions were in order not to offend U.S. President Obama, who was opposed to the resolution).

The measure had been presented to their General Assembly after a period of more than a decade of rising “neo-Nazi” (i.e., racist-fascist) movements in Europe, including especially in Ukraine, where two Ukrainian nazi parties were installed by the U.S. into high posts in Ukraine’s new government, immediately after the democratically elected Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych was overthrown in a violent coup in Kiev during February of this year. The entire Ukrainian ‘defense’ establishment was then immediately taken over by the leaders of these two nazi parties, which rabidly hate ethnic Russians, and Ukraine is now led by the first — and so far, the only — nazi government to take charge of any country after the end of WW II. Within less than a mere three months after the coup, this new Government began an ethnic-cleansing program in Ukraine’s own ethnic-Russian southeast, where around 90% of the residents had voted for the man who had been overthrown in the coup — this was a campaign to isolate and exterminate those people, so that those voters could never again participate in a Ukrainian national election. Unless those voters would be eliminated, these nazis would be elected out of power — removed from office.

Ukraine voted no on this resolution because this new Ukrainian Government is the only nazi regime in the world, and they are doing the standard nazi things, and so what they are doing is in violation of numerous international laws, which are not being enforced, but which are re-asserted and re-affirmed in this resolution, though Ukraine and the Ukrainian situation aren’t at all mentioned in the resolution. The United States voted no on it, because the U.S. Government had placed them into power. And Canada voted no on it because their far-right Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, has been a virtually unquestioning supporter of all U.S. foreign-policy positions, and wants U.S. President Barack Obama to approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline to assist the Koch brothers and other large oil giants to profitably transport and sell to Europe and around the world, tar-sands oil from Canada’s landlocked Athabasca region.

Germany abstained from voting on this resolution because their leader, Chancellor Angela Merkel, does not want to offend the U.S. President by voting for a resolution that the U.S. Government strongly opposes; and also because, as today’s leader of the land where nazism started — in the first nazi political party, the Nazi Party of Germany — she does not want Germany to vote against a resolution that condemns Nazism. If Germany were to have voted against this anti-nazi resolution, she would have faced a political firestorm at home. So, Germany abstained, in order not to offend Obama on the one side, and her public on the other.

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John Mason
John Mason
August 27, 2017

Be a good idea to list those that abstained so that the public knows who the vassal sates are or those that are too gutless to vote even when their conscience tells them to vote and support the anti-nazi resolution.

Reply to  John Mason
August 27, 2017

From the Sept 2016 version of this vote; (you can see it is basically NATO and chums)


Palau, Ukraine, United States of America.


Albania, Andorra, Australia, Austria,
Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia,
Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland,
Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco,
Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of
Korea, Republic of Moldova, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Tonga, Turkey,
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

John Mason
John Mason
Reply to  Simon
August 27, 2017

Thanks Simon. Those abstaining are all under the influence of the US.

Reply to  John Mason
August 27, 2017

Yes, more than their own people and their own history. Truly remarkable list, there are a group of countries on it that really need calling out – the ENTIRE continent of Europe (even including micro-states) could not bring themselves to condemn Nazism. !? The scourge of its own lands !???

Only Serbia had the balls, and the honour, to join Russia and Belarus.

The rest of the world managed to say yes – including US-occupied Iraq and Afghanistan, or monstrous US allies like Saudi and Israel.

For shame, Europe, for shame!

Peter Hallam
Peter Hallam
Reply to  John Mason
August 28, 2017

Not just under U.$. influence, but actively involved in support NAZI extremists in Europe. It is incredible. But it is good that this is out in the open. Every country in Europe that SUFFERED under the NAZI’s has now, in effect, support NAZI extremism by refusing to condemn it. Do these countries, in condoning NAZI extremism; absolve themselves of any right to protection from Nazism should they be impacted by its effects? Do they have any legal defense from legal action against them by the people and countries that are impacted by Nazism?

August 27, 2017

Yes, I remember. It was a disgusting display of moral lack and cowardice by so-called “Western Civilisation.” It was the day nations of Europe, and nations like Canada and Australia showed the world there is no Western “Civilisation” – there is only the Hegemon’s jackboot and they are very comfortable under it. It is time nations are required to run referenda to answer questions like these so that their answer reflects the people of the country and not just the spineless greed of so called leaders. We can register for banking by cell-phone —- then we can use it to… Read more »

AM Hants
AM Hants
August 27, 2017

He did the same in 2016, together with Ukraine. Canada had a new Government, so did not join the N*zi Glorifiers double act. They must be so proud, there, again the people of the US have no idea that was the case. Would it have been Samantha Power, that led the US vote? No doubt, Nikki Haley would do the same.

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