International Day of The World's Indigenous People 2019 is on Friday, August 9, 2019: The UN dayof tolerance?

Friday, August 9, 2019 is International Day of The World's Indigenous People 2019. The International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples is observed on August 9 each year to promote and protect the rights of the world’s indigenous population.

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The International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples is observed on August 9 each year to promote and protect the rights of the world’s indigenous population.

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The UN dayof tolerance?

International Day for Tolerance on 16 November.

The International Day for Tolerance is an annual observance declared by UNESCO in 1995 to generate public awareness of the dangers of intolerance.

Bearing in mind the objectives of the Third Decade to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination, the World Decade for Human Rights Education, and the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People.

Alarmed by the current rise in acts of intolerance, violence, terrorism, xenophobia, aggressive nationalism, racism, anti-Semitism, exclusion, marginalization and discrimination directed against national, ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities, refugees, migrant workers, immigrants and vulnerable groups within societies, as well as acts of violence and intimidation committed against individuals exercising their freedom of opinion and expression – all of which threaten the consolidation of peace and democracy, both nationally and internationally, and are obstacles to development.

will a nationalist party some day be elected in the UK and western europe?

will a nationalist party some day be elected in the UK and western europe?

The BNP will never be elected in the UK purely for the reason that the younger generations are ignorant to reality on a massive scale and through constant brainwashing and indoctrination via the main stream media and academia, they do not realise that immigration is not only destroying any possibility of them having a job, but worse, destroying their indigenous race and culture. The BNP will simply lose their support base.

They will be a minority in 40 years time and will be able to do nothing about changing that reality. The white people make up 8% of the world's population and once their own lands go, as majority white blocks, the whites will become like the native Americans, the Aborigines and all other dying indigenous peoples.


Scotland is NOT presided over by a nationalist party. It is happily promoting massive migration into it by former soviet block countries as well as the third world. If the SNP WERE a nationalist party, they would have the interests of the indigenous people and their culture over any other. They don't. It's clear to see by their actions.


UKIP, although Nigel Farage speaks sense at times, is merely a safety net for the main three parties. They're a Zionist infiltrated party with a 'friends of Israel' organisation within, just like the main three.

As for stopping Sharia, you won't. Why? Simply because the Muslims will become a majority in the UK by 2050. Birmingham is already majority Muslim. Leicester's going the same way along with Leeds and other English cities. You cannot stop the natural procreation amongst the Muslim people. They have healthy families. The indigenous don't. 1.6 is around the norm today, meaning a dieing population.

If the Muslims choose to live by Sharia instead of the corrupt civil law we have here, which is really a form of Halacha (Jewish law), contract law there to gain financially, then there's nothing that will be done to stop it. If they vote for a party that will institute it and they have more votes, due to more people voting then there's nothing you can do whatsoever to stop that from happening! I, believe it or not would actually welcome it, for it would utterly smash the current demolition of society through usury (debt) by the despicable international bankers!

I don't vote. I never have nor ever will, but ironically you attack the BNP for their 'vile' views, when you have the same about Islam and Sharia law, a law, I might add that wouldn't have been out of place in the UK, pre 1950's!

The only hope of saving the UK from becoming an Islamic state and to stop the continuing decline of the indigenous peoples within is simple repatriation of all non indigenous into it from the 1950's onward.

This is the only thing that will stop the ultimate future minority status of the indigenous peoples from happening...and it will.

The problem is that this WON'T ever happen, because the indigenous people fail to see the truth, because it offends (total cultural Marxism) and therefore they will become the minority. I just hope the ruling non indigenous majority at that time is benevolent, for imagine a UK where the whites are treated as they are in Zimbabwe or South Africa and many other lands where their numbers are dwindling?


English work need help???

English work need help???

I chose The challenges Indigenous people face.

Growing public interest in indigenous people and a long process of international negotiations involving indigenous organizations prompted the international community to proclaim 1993 as the International Year of the World's Indigenous People, and then the period 1995-2004 as the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People, to focus on issues of concern to indigenous people. In addition, 9 August has since 1995 been celebrated as the International Day of the World's Indigenous People.

Each of these steps has been important in the struggle for the recognition of the rights of indigenous people. These steps are all the more meaningful with the forthcoming anniversary of a landmark human rights document adopted by the United Nations 50 years ago, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The Declaration recognizes the inherent dignity of every human being and sets forth in detail the rights to be enjoyed by all "without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status". Within the framework of the World Public Information Campaign, launched by the United Nations in 1988, the Universal Declaration has been translated into more than 40 indigenous languages and widely disseminated among indigenous communities.

The United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education (1995-2004) also focuses attention on the importance of human rights education for all, including indigenous people, in view of the problems encountered by indigenous communities.

The United Nations officially acknowledged indigenous people in 1982, when the Working Group on Indigenous Populations, a special forum of human rights experts, was established in Geneva for representatives of indigenous organizations and Governments to exchange views on a wide range of issues.

The main areas of concern to indigenous people are reflected in the draft declaration on the rights of indigenous people now being discussed in a special working group especially set up for this purpose. The drafting process, begun in 1985, has yet to yield a final document by the international community. Participants in this process have included indigenous people from the world over, as well as government representatives.

Marginalization and exclusion from the mainstream political, economic and social spheres prompted indigenous people to lobby and have their concerns included in the final documents of recent United Nations Conferences, including the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (1-12 June 1992, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), the World Conference on Human Rights (14-25 June 1993, Vienna, Austria), the International Conference on Population and Development (5-13 September 1994, Cairo, Egypt), the World Summit for Social Development (6-12 March 1995, Copenhagen, Denmark) and the Fourth World Conference on Women (4-15 September 1995, Beijing, China). At all of these global meetings, issues of importance to indigenous people around the world were discussed. In all of the final documents adopted at the Conferences, Governments were requested to implement recommendations relating to indigenous people and to adopt national legislation to protect and promote their rights. Educational and awareness-raising programmes were also stressed.

Achieving significant improvements in the lives of peoples who have endured centuries of exploitation and marginalization is a tremendous challenge facing Governments and the international community. The International Decade of the World's Indigenous People is to serve as a time-frame to assess indigenous people's needs and to accelerate the correction of situations in which indigenous people are at a disadvantage. The Decade also offers a framework for the launching of activities and the promotion of progress for indigenous people. It is an opportunity to bring about tangible improvements in the daily lives of indigenous communities.

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