International Red Cross Targeted - Get Rid of That CROSS
International Red Cross Targeted
News/Comment; Posted on: 2005-11-08 22:27:07
Jews pressure Red Cross to phase out 'Cross' emblem
Jean Henri Dunant (1828-1910) of Geneva, Switzerland founded the Red Cross in 1863 while a full-time representative of the Young Men's Christian Association. No doubt he's rolling over in his grave as Jews work to secularize the organization through the phasing out of its 142-year-old symbol -- the Red Cross.
Switzerland will host a diplomatic conference in early December where they will vote on Israel's proposed new emblem for the organization, pictured at right. The new "red crystal" emblem eliminates the Cross, which Jews find offensive, and provides space for the insertion of a "Star of David" for Israel's use when on international humanitarian missions, and in Israel.
The masters of spin avoid mention of their ultimate goal: to phase out the Cross so that the organization is no longer affiliated with rival religion Christianity. Supporters of the change state that the new emblem is simply "an addition" which allows members "the right to choose." Their mantra repeats ad nauseum in article after article about how the "additional emblem would be equal in status to the existing Red Cross" -- in other words, nothing to be worried about, goyim.
Israel has been denied membership in the International Red Cross for 57 years because of its banning of the Cross. Now they're having their revenge, thanks to the slavish devotion of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY). Rice and Clinton, who although nominally of different parties, are widely viewed as tools of Jewish interests, arranged for the American Red Cross to withhold six years' worth of payments owed to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies -- totaling approximately $34 million -- since May 2000.
It is unknown what other methods were utilized against the "vile Cross-displayers."
American Red Cross Welcomes Swiss Government’s Decision to Convene a Diplomatic Conference
2025 E Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20006
Contact: Devorah Goldburg
WASHINGTON, Monday, November 07, 2005 The American Red Cross is pleased that the Swiss government has announced its intention to convene a Diplomatic Conference on December 5 and 6, 2005 in Geneva, Switzerland to consider adoption of the Third Additional Protocol to the Geneva Conventions. The protocol would create an additional protective emblem called the Red Crystal. This additional emblem would be equal in status to the existing Red Cross and Red Crescent and provide the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement new opportunities to address a number of issues. Specifically, the Protocol will:
Provide an additional protective emblem for use in conflicts where the existing Red Cross or Red Crescent may be perceived as having cultural, religious, or political connotations
Pave the way for the National Societies of Israel, (Magen David Adom), and the Red Cross Society of Eritrea to become full voting members of the Movement; and
Provide National Societies in the future with an alternative emblem to identify themselves as part of the Movement within or outside their country.
“The American Red Cross is hopeful that governments will adopt the Third Additional Protocol,” said American Red Cross President and CEO Marty Evans. “We would like to thank the Swiss government for their efforts in making this meeting a reality and we would also like to thank the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the International Committee of the Red Cross for their work on this important issue.”
Currently, Magen David Adom (MDA), the Israeli equivalent of the American Red Cross, is denied full membership in the Movement because it uses the Red Shield or Star of David as its emblem which is not explicitly referenced in the Geneva Conventions. The Geneva Conventions regulate the use of such protective emblems and can only be changed by governments that are parties to the Geneva Conventions. All 192 of these governments have the right to be consulted about the Third Protocol and each country is allowed one vote. Following adoption of the Protocol, rules for recognizing new societies will be amended to allow for MDA to be recognized and admitted as a member.
In order for MDA to become a full member of the Movement, governments must first adopt the Third Protocol. For more information on this issue, log onto www.redcross.org/mda/.
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