To steal from the poor or anybody , is a violation of their human rights. Corruption is an international crime (s) so is racism and discrimination, that violated all our Afrikaners and Boers, the white people’s human rights. Furthermore – on corruption – why should all our hard earned income go abroad illegally, while there are a lack of poor or no services, schools, hospitals are poor maintained, etc. ? In South Africa, race legislations are only against the white minority group of people (Affirmative Action and Black Economic Empowerment) that violated our white’s human rights – the ANC, with other political parties, destroyed our economical, cultural and social rights since 1994. It is all written into their so-called “rainbownation”‘s constitution with legislations.
Korrupsie is nie net ‘n plaaslikse misdaad nie, maar ook ‘n internasionale misdaad, veral as die korrupsiegeld landuit is, waar dit jou menseregte weggeneem het, jy is van dienste ontneem, sou die geld plaaslik gespandeer gewees het op alle vlakke van regering. In die sogenaamde “demokrasie” werk dit nie so nie, die elites neem dit landuit. Dus, was ons nog nooit ‘n demokrasie nie, maar alle aanduidings is dit is gebaseer op kommunisme/bolsjevisme.
Finansiële uitgawes of verbetering van dienste en hospitale of vir opvoedkundige instellings of dienste (medies of munisipaal) is ontneem en gesteel. Vir wat moet al ons hard verdiende inkomstes, landuit gaan terwyl daar alreeds 50-60 miljoen immigrante hier gehuisves word, waarvan 80% onwettig is wat op dieselfde gratis dienste aanspraak probeer maak.
Hoe ver sou ons al ontwikkeld gewees het, met minimale hoeveelheid immigrante, sonder onwettige immigrante, sowel as al die misdade wat hier arriveer plus dit wat landuit is. Ons kon al verskeie superstede opgerig het daarmee.
Rassisme en diskriminasie, soos swart ekonomiese bemagtiging en regstellende aksie wetgewing (B-BBEE en RA) is eenvoudig ‘n internasionale misdaad. Dit hou ons Afrikaners, Boere en alle blankes uit die ekonomie uit en verarm ons maatskaplik. Daar word slegs teen blankes gediskrimineer.
Daar is heelwat internasionale en verenigde nasies ooreenkomste rakende, misdade en die skending van menseregte.
United Nations – here are various articles about “corruption, prevention of corruption, corruption and violation against human rights, Racist and discrimatory laws against minorties and violation of their human rights.
4. All peoples of the world possess equal faculties for attaining the highest level in intellectual, technical, social, economic, cultural and political development.
2. Racism includes racist ideologies, prejudiced attitudes, discriminatory behaviour, structural arrangements and institutionalized practices resulting in racial inequality as well as the fallacious notion that discriminatory relations between groups are morally and scientifically justifiable; it is reflected in discriminatory provisions in legislation or regulations and discriminatory practices as well as in anti-social beliefs and acts; it hinders the development of its victims, perverts those who practise it, divides nations internally, impedes international co-operation and gives rise to political tensions between peoples; it is contrary to the fundamental principles of international law and, consequently, seriously disturbs international peace and security.
Any distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on race, colour, ethnic or national origin or religious intolerance motivated by racist considerations, which destroys or compromises the sovereign equality of States and the right of peoples to self-determination, or which limits in an arbitrary or discriminatory manner the right of every human being and group to full development is incompatible with the requirements of an international order which is just and guarantees respect for human rights; the right to full development implies equal access to the means of personal and collective
advancement and fulfilment in a climate of respect for the values of civilizations and cultures, both national and world-wide.
1. The State has prime responsibility for ensuring human rights and fundamental freedoms on an entirely equal footing in dignity and rights for all individuals and all groups.
2. So far as its competence extends and in accordance with its constitutional principles and procedures, the State should take all appropriate steps, inter alia by legislation, particularly in the spheres of education, culture and communication, to prevent, prohibit and eradicate racism, racist propaganda, racial segregation and apartheid and to encourage the dissemination of knowledge and the findings of appropriate research in natural and social sciences on the causes and prevention of racial prejudice and racist attitudes, with due regard to the principles embodied in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
1. Individuals, being entitled to an economic, social, cultural and legal order, on the national and international planes, such as to allow them to exercise all their capabilities on a basis of entire equality of rights and opportunities, have corresponding duties towards their fellows, towards the society in which they live and towards the international community. They are accordingly under an obligation to promote harmony among the peoples, to combat racism and racial prejudice and to assist by every means available to them in eradicating racial discrimination in all its forms.
1. The principle of the equality in dignity and rights of all human beings and all peoples, irrespective of race, colour and origin, is a generally accepted and recognized principle of international law. Consequently any form of racial discrimination practised by a State constitutes a violation of international law giving rise to its international responsibility.
2. Special measures must be taken to ensure equality in dignity and rights for individuals and groups wherever necessary, while ensuring that they are not such as to appear racially discriminatory. In this respect, particular attention should be paid to racial or ethnic groups which are socially or economically disadvantaged, so as to afford them, on a completely equal footing and without discrimination or restriction, the protection of the laws and regulations and the advantages of the social measures in force, in particular in regard to housing, employment and health; to respect the authenticity of their culture and values; and to facilitate their social and occupational advancement, especially through education.
Adopted and proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
at its twentieth session, on 27 November 1978
Any distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on race, colour, ethnic or national origin or religious intolerance motivated by racist considerations, which destroys or compromises the sovereign equality of States and the right of peoples to self-determination, or which limits in an arbitrary or discriminatory manner the right of every human being and group to full development is incompatible with the requirements of an international order which is just and guarantees respect for human rights; the right to full development implies equal access to the means of personal and collective advancement and fulfilment in a climate of respect for the values of civilizations and cultures, both national and world-wide.
DISCRIMINATION AND RACISM – READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE
The Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact are derived from:
the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption.
Principle 1: Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and
Principle 2: make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.
Principle 3: Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining;
Principle 4: the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour;
Principle 5: the effective abolition of child labour; and
Principle 6: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.
Principle 7: Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges;
Principle 8: undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility; and
Principle 9: encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.
Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.
DECLARATION AGAINST CORRUPTION
Dr. Eigen drew particular attention to the actions endorsed by the U.N. declaration and stated that TI will seek every opportunity to work with the U.N. to secure its anti-corruption objectives. The actions, as summarized by TI, that are noted in the new declaration include:
- All U.N. Member States are requested to take measures and cooperate at all levels to combat corruption and bribery in international commercial transactions.
- The Economic and Social Council and its subsidiary bodies, notably the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, are requested to find ways to promote the criminalization of corruption and bribery in international commercial transactions.
- Other U.N. organizations, notably the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, are encouraged to now proceed with initiatives in the anti-bribery area.
- Securing public awareness through the office of the U.N. Secretary-General of the new resolution and of the need for global anti-corruption actions.
- The U.N. declaration also calls on the Secretary-General to prepare a report for the next session of the General Assembly on actions being pursued within the U.N. and by Member States to curb corruption in international commercial transactions.
The battle against corruption was vital to the success of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, General Assembly President Miroslav Lajčák (Slovakia), told delegates today, noting that corruption stifled growth and development.
Several delegates shared experiences from their respective countries’ fight against corruption, with Georgia’s representative highlighting extensive reforms that had transformed his country from a corrupt post‑Soviet State into one of the least corrupt countries in the world. Protection for whistle-blowers, e‑governance and obliging public agencies to disclose public information were some of those reforms, he said, noting that a new Freedom of Information Act would soon be presented for adoption by Parliament.
China’s representative also called on the international community to combat money-laundering, and to strengthen exit and entry institutions. Pointing out that disparities in the legislative systems of different countries were diminishing accountability across borders, she emphasized the importance of seeking common ground and enabling collaborative mechanisms for sharing information and investigations.
“Those who can least afford corruption suffer the most,” he said, pointing out that it crippled economic development, stifled entrepreneurship and deterred foreign investment. Society could not function equitably and efficiently when public officials, from doctors and police to judges and politicians, enriched themselves rather than performing their duties with integrity. Corruption robbed funds from schools, hospitals, infrastructure and other vital services, he noted, adding that human trafficking and migrant smuggling, illicit financial flows and illegal trade in natural resources, weapons, drugs and cultural heritage were all made possible because of corruption.
Q Corruption undermines sustainable development. The abuse or misuse of public power for private benefit can take many forms – bribery, extortion, influence peddling, nepotism, fraud or embezzlement.
Q ANC governs country and responsible for all actions, even crime, murders, corruption, they do have a president, ministers in several places, minister of finance. etc. but who is part of the “guptas” in a “socalled democracy and rainbownation, never exists”
There is a double standard at play here in South Africa with B-BBEE legislations – it is not only normal crime, corruption and murders. To discriminate against any race group ( in South Africa ) is an international crime and violation of our people’s human rights. Most political parties in parliament in South Africa since 1994, as well as their respective supporters, have been engaged and involved in racism and discrimination laws against the Afrikaner and Boers (the white minority people) to destroy them economically and socially. They are also guilty of violating our rights – even with sport quotas.
B-BBEE – violation of white people’s human rights – sport quotas
VIOLATION of the International Declaration of Human Rights. Article 17.
(1) Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.
(2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.
South Africa has signed and ratified a number of similar Treaties.
Expropriation – in particular if there is a racist angle – without compensation is illegal in international law. International Law is superior law – it takes precedence over national law.
Expropriation of land – Violation of international rights
“By “genocide” we mean the destruction of a nation or of an ethnic group…. Generally speaking, genocide does not necessarily mean the immediate destruction of a nation, except when accomplished by mass killings of all members of a nation.
Genocide – Volksmoord