Chaim Herzog 1975年在联合国发表的演说。这个演说成就了历史上臭名昭著的“犹太复国主义就是种族主义”的决议。虽然决议没有实质意义，最终在1992年被联合国废除，但是演讲独有的煽动性语言和架构值得我们阅读这篇演讲。
Hate, Ignorance and Evil
It is symbolic that this debate, which may well prove to be a turning point in the fortunes of the United Nations and a decisive factor in the possible continued existence of this organization, should take place on November 10. Tonight, thirty-seven years ago, has gone down in history as Kristallnacht, the Night of the Crystals. This was the night in 1938 when Hitler's Nazi stormtroopers launched a coordinated attack on the Jewish community in Germany, burned the synagogues in all its cities and made bonfires in the streets of the Holy Books and the Scrolls of the Holy Law and Bible. It was the night when Jewish homes were attacked and heads of families taken away, many of them never to return. It was the night when the windows of all Jewish businesses and stores were smashed, covering the streets in the cities of Germany with a film of broken glass which dissolved into the millions of crystals which gave that night its name. It was the night which led eventually to the crematoria and the gas chambers, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Dachau, Buchenwald, Theresienstadt and others. It was the night which led to the most terrifying holocaust in the history of man.
...I do not come to this rostrum to defend the moral and historical values of the Jewish people. They do not need to be defended. They speak for themselves. They have given to mankind much of what is great and eternal. They have done for the spirit of man more than can readily be appreciated by a forum such as this one.
I come here to denounce the two great evils which menace society and in general and a society of nations in particular. These two evils are hatred and ignorance. These two evils are the motivating force behind the proponents of this resolution and their supporters. These two evils characterize those who drag this world organization, the ideals of which were first conceived by the prophets of Isarael, to the depth to which it has been dragged today.
We are seeing here today but another manifestation of the bitter anti-Smitic, anti-Jewish hatred which animates Arab society. Who would have believed that in this year, 1975, the malicious faleshoods of the "elders of Zion" would be distributed officially by Arab governments? Who would have believed that we would today contemplate an Arab society which teaches the vilest anti-Jewish hate in the kindergartens?...We are being attacked by a scoeity which is motivated by the most extreme form of racism known in the world today. This is the racism which was expressed so succinctly in the words of the leader of the PLO, Yassir Arafart, in his opening address at a symposium in Tripoli, Libya : "There will be no presence in the region other than the Arab presence..." In other words, in the Middle East from Atlantic Ocean to the Persian Gulf only one presence is allowed, and that is Arab presence. No other people, regardless of how deep are its roots in the region, is to be permitted to enjoy its right to self-determination.
As I stand on this rostrum, the long and proud history of my people unravels itself before my inward eye. I see t...