UN launches global hate speech strategy
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres opened the 40th session of the Human Rights Council by denouncing a "groundswell of xenophobia, racism and intolerance".
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday launched a new global strategy to combat hate speech, a growing scourge he said has "poisoned" debate on crucial challenges like migration.
People disagreeing with globalist cancer is "poisoning the debate".
Guterres announced the effort, which will be led by his special adviser on genocide prevention Adama Dieng, at the UN Human Rights Council.
Friendly reminder that free speech is a UN human right as per UN article 19 of their Universal Declaration of Human rights (see images), and the UN is violating it's own conventions (as per usual) with this hate speech shit.
"Hate is moving into the mainstream -– in liberal democracies and authoritarian systems alike," he said in a speech at the opening of the council's 40th session.
Governments across the world have watched with concern as racist and other hate speech have coarsened the political climate.
France and Germany have raised particular alarm in recent weeks over resurgent anti-Semitism.
We are growing stronger, anons.
Mr Guterres targeted his rebuke at the vast campaign he said was mobilised against the UN's Global Compact on Migration, a non-binding text that aimed to set out best practices for managing refugee and migrant flows.
"We have seen how the debate on human mobility, for example, has been poisoned with false narratives linking refugees and migrants to terrorism and scapegoating them for many of society's ills," Guterres said.
We have seen how the debate on human mobility, for example, has been poisoned with false narratives linking refugees and migrants to terrorism and scapegoating them for many of society's ills
Oy vey it's all lies, goy, those crime statistics are fake!
He condemned "an insidious campaign sought to drown the Global Compact on Migration in a flood of lies about the nature and scope of the agreement".
The UN chief noted that the campaign "failed".
Has the campaign to combat their genocidal globalist cancer failed? If it was failing, then why do they need to introduce more laws?
Feel the heat, Shlomo, I know you ZOGbots are reading this.
OP - https://8ch.net/pol/res/12874257.html