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Tuesday, 26 January 2010

January 27th is world Holocaust day.

January 27th in 1945 the Soviet Red Army liberated the Auschwitz- Birkenau death camp, and the full horrors of Hitler’s Nazi regime became apparent to the world.

With the rise of the BNP and other far right groups around the world (940+ in the USA) it is becoming more important everyday that we do not forget what could happen if they ever gain power, and we can never let them gain power again.

France MPs' report backs Muslim face veil ban

A French parliamentary committee has recommended a partial ban on women wearing Islamic face veils.
The committee's near 200-page report has proposed a ban in hospitals, schools, government offices and on public transport.
It also recommends that anyone showing visible signs of "radical religious practice" should be refused residence cards and citizenship.
The interior ministry says just 1,900 women in France wear the full veils.
In its report, the committee said requiring women to cover their faces was against the French republican principles of secularism and equality.
"The wearing of the full veil is a challenge to our republic. This is unacceptable. We must condemn this excess," the report said.
The commission called on parliament to adopt a formal resolution stating that the face veil was "contrary to the values of the republic" and proclaiming that "all of France is saying 'no' to the full veil".
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Trial Set for Neo-Nazi Gang in Krasnodar(Russia)

Members of a neo-Nazi gang face a pending trial on extremism charges in Krasnodar, Russia, according to a January 21, 2010 article in the national daily "Komsomolskaya Pravda." According to the prosecution, the "Pit Bull" gang was founded in February 2007 with the express purpose of
committing acts of violence against non-Russians. Their first victim was a "non-Slavic" woman whom the defendants allegedly assaulted in
October 2008. They allegedly followed that up with a March 2009 attack on a man they perceived as "non-Slavic." The gang's two alleged founders face charges of "creating an extremist organization" and aggravated assault charges motivated by ethnic hatred. It is not clear from the report how many other defendants there are, nor what charges they face.

Obninsk Police Detain Neo-Nazi Suspect in Racist Attack (Russia)

Police in Obninsk, Russia detained a local neo-Nazi on suspicion that he attacked a citizen of Uzbekistan, according to a January 21, 2010 report by the Sova Information-Analytical Center. The 19 year old
suspect allegedly attacked his victim in August of 2009. In 2008, he was given a suspended sentence for "hooliganism" in a trial of several neo-Nazi gang members.

American Nazi group adopts local highway

Along Highway 85 near 144th in Brighton, the Chapter of the National Socialist Movement, which calls itself America's Nazi Party, is participating in a state Adopt-A-Highway program - complete with a road sign.
The white supremacist group will be responsible for picking up trash on a one-mile stretch of the road.
The Colorado Department of Transportation says it allowed the highway adoption because the group's lawyers say it could violate free speech if they denied the request.
"Our initial inclination was to deny their application, then we got legal guidance," Stacey Stegman, a spokeswoman for CDOT, said. "We looked at what has gone on in other states. We talked with the Anti-Defamation League and found out that we really had no ground to deny them. "We were considering denying them based on the fact that there could be a potential for violence, not that there was," Stegman continued. "And so right now, we are giving them the benefit of the doubt."

Cpl. Neal Land, a spokesman for the movement, says his group stands for "white rights" and "purity of race" and should be allowed to clean the highway.
"Definitely, I want people to know we're in the state, we're active in this state, and most of all, we're doing good things in this state," Land said. "We're not a group that's out there selling drugs, running guns. We don't support any illegal activity of any sort."
The group, which Land says has six active members and several other followers, plans on picking up trash this weekend along the highway. Land says they plan to clean the stretch several times a year.
"We're going to be active with community service, yes, we're going to be active with demonstrations, flyers," Land said.
Stegman says US 85 is a major truck route through the state with a lot of industrial traffic.
"It's a dirty highway," Stegman said. "So it needs all the help it can get."
Stegman says any group is welcome to help keep highways clean.
"We're not the moral police," Stegman said. "We're not going to decide who's right and who's wrong. That's not our role."
Land says the group will not wear swastikas on its clothing while cleaning up this weekend, because it doesn't want to insight violence or distract drivers.
"Nothing wrong with trying to make our country a little cleaner," Land said.

We say " is this the first time white trash picks up trash"? seems to be.

No European arrest warrant for Auschwitz sign theft Swede?

The District Court in the southern city of Krakow has rejected the Prosecutor’s Office’s petition to issue a European arrest warrant for Anders Hogstrom, Swedish citizen accused of masterminding the theft of the Auschwitz “Arbeit Macht Frei” sign.
The petition was rejected because the Prosecutor’s Office had not gather credible documents, which would prove that Anders Hogstrom is currently in Sweden or any other EU member state. Now the Prosecutor’s Office needs to establish where the accused is before the case can proceed. If it turns out that Hogstrom fled Europe, a European arrest warrant will be of no use.
The Prosecutor’s Office, which also forgot to add some of Hogstrom’s personal data in the petition, has a month to rewrite the document and file it at the court.

The “Arbeit Macht Frei” sign from the Auschwitz gate was stolen on 18 December and recovered after three days around 600 kilometers from the former death camp. Five Poles and a Swede Anders Hogstrom were accused of committing the theft.

Senior bishops call on Lords to retain gay employment exemptions UK News

A statement from three senior bishops calls on peers today to retain and even widen religious exemptions on employing gay people.

The statement, issued on behalf of the Bishop of Winchester Michael Scott-Joynt, the Bishop of Exeter Michael Langrish and the Bishop of Chester Peter Forster, said that churches had to be able to "appoint and employ people consistently with their guiding doctrine and ethos".
Currently, churches may discriminate when hiring gay people.
Provisions in the Equality Bill, which is passing through the House of Lords, will require that churches may only discriminate in terms of sexual orientation when hiring those who will teach doctrine or lead worship.
The changes will mean that staff such as youth workers, janitors and administrative workers cannot be refused employment due to their sexuality.
The statement warned that religions would be more likely to be sued if restrictions were placed on their ability to select staff and called on peers to support three amendments tabled by Tory peer Baroness O'Cathain, one of which would remove the stipulation that exemptions would apply only to senior staff.
The National Secular Society attacked the statement to failing to mention the fact that the govenment may be subject to legal action if it does not change the law on religious employment.

The government has already been warned twice by the European Commission to bring the law into line with an equality directive.
Keith Porteous Wood, executive director of the National Secular Society, said: “If the government accedes to the bishops’ demands it is likely that it will be prosecuted by the European Court of Justice.
“The Church is so obsessed with homosexuality it will stop at nothing to pressurise the government. Contrary to the bishop’s claims, the current regulations give religious bodies carte blanche to discriminate and do not make any explicit limitations at all.
"The bishops say that the government has produced no 'convincing case for change', but [they] conveniently ignore the impending threat of prosecution from the European Court of Justice."
Baroness O'Cathain's amendments will be debated today in the Lords, along with one from out gay Labour peer Lord Waheed Alli, which proposes removing entirely the right of religious to stipulate any employee's sexual orientation.
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The Holocaust, as such, is a Jewish invention [invenzione ebraica]. We could just as well establish a day of remembrance to the numerous victims of communism, when Catholics and Christians were persecuted," he told the Pontifex.Roma web site on Sunday. In remarks that will outrage Jews the world over, Bishop Pieronek said that in his opinion the memory of the Holocaust is often used as a “propaganda weapon” by Israel. The Krakow-based bishop said: “Undoubtedly, the majority of those who died in the concentration camps were Jews, but also on the list were Poles, Gypsies, Italians and Catholics. So do not steal this tragedy in the name of propaganda.” “But they, the Jews, have a good press, because the powerful have the financial resources - extremely powerful with the unconditional support of the United States. And this promotes a kind of arrogance, which I consider to be unbearable,” Bishop Pieronek continued. The bishop expressed his opinion that the Palestinians are victims of injustice at the hands of the Israelis. “Seeing the photographs of the [Gaza] wall we can conclude that a colossal injustice has been committed against the Palestinians, who are treated like animals and their rights are being violated.” “Let them establish [the international lobby] a Memorial Day for them also.”


The mayor of Moscow has repeated his claims that gay Pride marches are "satanic". Yuri Luzhkov attacked gay-themed events in 2007 as "satanic" in 2007 and banned gay rights campaigners from holding such an event. According to the Interfax news agency, he said last month: "For several years, Moscow has experience[d] unprecedented pressure to conduct a gay pride parade, which cannot be called anything but a Satanic act. "We have prevented such a parade and we will not allow it in the future. Everyone needs to accept that as an axiom." Luzhkov added: "It's high time that we stop propagating nonsense discussions about human rights, and bring to bear on them the full force and justice of the law." Last year, gay rights campaigners including Nicolai Alekseev and Peter Tatchell were arrested and fined by police for a short, small march on the day of the Eurovision final. In 2007, a similar attempt led to violence from neo-Nazi groups. Alekseev said that plans for a 2010 march on May 29th would go ahead, despite Luzhkov's statements. Activists have unsuccessfully tried to have the mayor prosecuted under Article 149 of the Russian Criminal Code for using his political power to prevent legal public events for the LGBT community in the city