And So It Begins Again

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I guess Germany was running short on anti-Semites so they decided to import them by the million from the Middle East.

 

On Saturday, Felix Klein, the federal government Commissioner for Jewish Life in Germany and the Fight against Antisemitism, told the Funk media group, “My opinion on the matter has changed following the ongoing brutalization in German society. I can no longer recommend Jews wear a kippah at every time and place in Germany.”

President Reuven Rivlin reacted on Sunday, saying “The statement of the German government’s antisemitism commissioner – that it would be preferable for Jews not to wear a kippah in Germany out of fear for their safety – shocked me deeply. Responsibility for the welfare, the freedom and the right to religious belief of every member of the German Jewish community, is in the hands of the German government and its law enforcement agencies. We acknowledge and appreciate the moral position of the German government, and its commitment to the Jewish community that lives there, but fears about the security of German Jews are a capitulation to antisemitism and an admittance that, again, Jews are not safe on German soil.

 

 

Go here to read the rest.  When Leftists say the US should be more like Europe, perhaps they have this in mind.  Flee to Israel or the US while you can friends.

 

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7 Comments

  1. What is it about Germany that they cannot learn from the past? A nation which produced a man responsible for the great division in the Catholic faith, Martin Luther, again sends out it’s dissenting bishops and cardinals to finish what Luther started and German aggression in two world wars culminating in a monstrous Adolph Hitler’s war against the Chosen People and now the deliberate infiltration of anti-semites and for what? To finish what Hitler started? Goethe, Durer and Bedethoven mean nothing if Germany cannot get their ducks in a row.

  2. The German bishops with their faithful numbers at just about zero, continue to lecture the Church on the correctness of their path to inconsequence and Hell.

  3. What is causing this upsurge in Germany? Is it the immigrants, old time Nazis, a combination? I’ve seen the story, but no breakdown of the stats.

  4. What is it about Germany that they cannot learn from their past?
    It would seem from reading the links that the problem is from this decade when the German government allowed massive immigration of predominately young male Muslims from Arab countries who from childhood are indoctrinated with anti-Semitic philosophy. The 4 million Muslim Turks who immigrated decades before were not a problem having come from a secular Turkey.

  5. That photo is hilarious. I’ve never seen a group of Muslims protesting like that- complete with signs, standing all neatly in a row. Usually they drive a truck through a busy street or send in a person strapped with bombs to their bodies. Maybe they are trying something new…Good to see they left their women at home. So chivalrous.

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