July 16, 2019
Funny how Jews just keep helping people, and yet still get hated for no reason
William Luther Pierce once said that if you lock 3 Jews in a room and come back after a week, they’ll have made 6 Jewish organizations between them. But he was wrong – it would be at least a dozen.
Global online retail giant Amazon was condemned in Germany on Saturday for allowing the sale of antisemitic books and pro-Nazi merchandise.
The Central Council of Jews denounced the company for carrying the stock, saying it is “absolutely unacceptable that T-shirts and stickers be sold via Amazon that glorify the Nazis or incite hatred against minorities.”
Council president Josef Schuster made the accusation in an interview with media group RND, adding Amazon has “a great moral and social responsibility,” and cannot portray itself as a simple “supplier”, he added.
I don’t suppose this Schuster parasite has made any attempt to explain to people why they shouldn’t be allowed to read these books, did he?
You don’t think it’s because most of them are, you know, entirely true?
As a general rule, there are only two reasons someone would want to ban a book – either what the book says is true and he CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH, or he’s a sociopath who gets hysterical when someone disagrees with him on something.
And with the average Jew – it’s probably both.
“What we expect from a company such as Amazon, and from competent authorities, is that they immediately withdraw these articles from circulation and systematically launch legal proceedings,” Schuster said.
He highlighted books such as The Jew as World Parasite which was listed on Amazon in Germany early Saturday for 20 euros ($22.50).
Sounds like a steal.
You can’t really censor anything on the internet, that’s a given.
I can find literally any book/movie/article/etc. ever written in a minute or two if I want to.
The reason they’re censoring them is that people can’t find something they don’t know exists.
This is not the first time Amazon in Germany has been accused of carrying antisemitic products.
I would’ve been shocked if it were.
But I would’ve been even more shocked if you told me that some ethnicity other than Jews runs an international cartel of tens of thousands of people who make a living exclusively out of monitoring and censoring what others say about them.
In 2017 a prominent U.S.-based Jewish human rights group slammed the company’s promotion of a book entitled The Rothschilds: A Family that Controls the World as an “outrage.”
The Simon Wiesenthal Center’s France-based director for international relations, Dr. Shimon Samuels, said in a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos that promoting the “antisemitic” book was a violation of Amazon’s own regulations.
Samuels told Bezos, “For the last 12 years, we have monitored the Frankfurt Book Fair and their Arab counterparts, identifying books such as ‘The Rothschilds’ on the display stands. In most cases, the Frankfurt authorities will confiscate those we expose on grounds of violating the contract (and in many cases German law) between the publisher and the Fair — that contract explicitly prohibits fomenting hate and violence.”
Samuels went on to urge Bezos “to follow that principle, whether through Amazon.com, Amazon.de or any part of your constellation. Amazon must not serve as a fig leaf for conspiracy theories or defamatory incitement that endangers us all.”
Israel’s Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem has also previously called on Amazon to stop selling Holocaust denial books, charging the retail giant with promoting antisemitism and hate speech.
Gideon Falter, chairman of the British charity Campaign Against Antisemitism, told the Independent, “Every day, Amazon promotes a selection of literature advocating Holocaust denial and Jew hatred. Anybody searching Amazon for books about the Holocaust, including children working on school projects, will inevitably be shown Amazon’s squalid cesspool of neo-Nazi titles.”
And mind you – you’re funding all of these.
Because, although Jews are the per capita richest group in the world, and are at least 40 of the richest 200 people in the world (while being .02% of the world population), they still need the goyim to pay for their own oppression and thought policing.