January 23, 2020
Israel is having their “Big 75” this week, and all of the world’s leaders are gathering to wish them well on going 75 years without any major world power trying to wipe them off the face of the earth.
Leaders also enjoyed lectures on how they are evil goyim who are filled with hatred, how all goyim are the same as Adolf Hitler and how it is the duty of every goyim country on earth to protect Jews for their own populations.
The event is being celebrated at the same time the Chinese are opening up the Year of the Rat.
Which is pretty anti-Semitic of the Chinese.
They should have changed the animal this year to something other than a rat, because 6 million – or 5.6 to 5.7 million – Jews were made into soap.
Reaching back to Hitler’s prewar correspondence, a pre-eminent Holocaust scholar warned world leaders at a state dinner at the Israeli presidential residence Wednesday night that anti-Semitism “is not a Jewish illness, but a non-Jewish one” that threatened all their countries with a “deadly cancer.”
Jerusalem was overflowing with Western presidents, premiers and potentates, all descending on the Holy City to recall the Holocaust and speak out against anti-Semitism some 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz. But an event that might seem to be focused squarely on the past has been caught up in controversies and concerns of the present, with violence against Jews on the rise in Europe and North America, and with a noisy row between Russia and Poland over their roles in the start of World War II, playing out this week on Israeli turf.
Yehuda Bauer — a 95-year-old historian and adviser to Yad Vashem, the hillside Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem — told the monarchs, presidents and premiers at the dinner that Hitler had pushed for war not to give Germany living space, or “lebensraum,” but because he believed war was inevitable to prevent “all of humanity” from being subjected to “international Jewry.”
So it was kind of like how George W. Bush wanted to save Iraq from a dictatorship – it was a humanitarian war to protect the countries being invaded. Because Hitler so loved the world.
“A central Nazi motivation for the war was a hatred of Jews,” Mr. Bauer said. “This was no propaganda, but a deeply held belief that demanded action to prevent the physical annihilation of the German people at the hands of the chimera he and millions of others believed, and still believe in — of a secret cabal, of an invented international Jewry, that controls both East and West.
“Isis and Qaeda disseminate this today,” Mr. Bauer added. “World war was a result.”
This is a glowing review of Hitler.
Usually Jews claim that Hitler wasn’t really concerned about Jews, and instead was using them as a “scapegoat” and blaming them for problems they didn’t cause.
Even if you disagree with his conclusions, if his conclusions were that Jews were a threat to the whole world and so he had to liberate it, that is something that is objectively being done in the spirit of kindness.
And I’ll tell you what, 75 years later I sure am wishing he would have liberated my country from Jews.
It’s been a pretty rough ride having my entire country controlled by them.
Noting that World War II had killed some 35 million people, of whom only about 5.6 to 5.7 million were Jews who died in the Holocaust, Mr. Bauer said: “Some 29 million were non-Jews from Europe and North America, who died in large part because of the hatred of Jews — and the majority of these victims were Soviet citizens.
“Anti-Semitism is not a Jewish illness, but a non-Jewish one,” he continued. “It is a cancer that kills and destroys your nations and your societies and your countries. So there are, my friends, 29 million reasons for you to fight anti-Semitism. Not because of the Jews, but to protect your societies from a deadly cancer.
“Don’t you think,” he concluded, “that 29 million reasons are enough?”
Yes, very different argument here than usual.
“Your own people will die if you try to expel us from your countries, so you’d better stop people from trying to expel us, unless you want to die.”
Doesn’t sound like a threat at all…
The ongoing battle among Russia, Poland and other nations over the history of the Holocaust and responsibility for World War II, which overshadowed the gathering in Jerusalem, came in for pointed criticism from Israel’s president, Reuven Rivlin.
“Historical research should be left to historians,” Mr. Rivlin said in remarks at the start of the state dinner Wednesday night. “The role of political leaders is to shape the future. Leave history for the historians.”
Mr. Rivlin — who shared a head table with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the monarchs of Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg — urged that the point of the Holocaust forum not be lost in the noise of such nationalist-tinged disputes.
“I hope and pray that from this room, the message will go out to every country on earth: that the leaders of the world will stand united, will stand united together in the fight against racism, anti-Semitism and extremism,” he said.
“In defending democracy and democratic values,” he added. “This is the call of our time. This is our challenge.”
It’s definitely going to be a challenge to stop people from criticizing Jews.
A lot of people are really mad about all this stuff that Jews did to their countries, what with the immigration, the feminism, the homosexuality, the transsexuals, the interracial sex, the opioid epidemic, the pornography, all of these financial swindles, the endless wars in the Middle East, and so on.
They are mad and also very exhausted.
We’ve reached a level of Jew Fatigue we haven’t seen since the Holocaust – or as it is known by non-Jews, “Mustache Man’s Big Ride.”
Those in the soaring reception room, repurposed to accommodate a state dinner, included only a handful of senior Israeli officials: the foreign minister, Supreme Court chief justice, military chief of staff, speaker of Parliament and mayor of Jerusalem. Others were relegated to an outside tent.
The Israeli opposition leader, Benny Gantz, who is battling Mr. Netanyahu in a third straight election in March, was seated next to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who officials said had been invited by Mr. Rivlin’s office in an acknowledgment of the importance to Israel of maintaining bipartisan ties to the United States.
The two would seem to have plenty to discuss: Ms. Pelosi has the impeachment process against President Trump, while Mr. Gantz is seeking to dislodge Mr. Netanyahu at the ballot box and has vowed to deny him parliamentary immunity from prosecution on outstanding corruption charges.
The US opposition sat with the Israeli opposition.
It’s quite something that she found the time to travel to a foreign country literally in the middle of the impeachment trial.
But I suppose presidents come and go, while Israel is forever.
As she is fond of reminding Jews.
Even if our capital crumbles to the ground, we’re going to be sending billions of dollars to Israel.
Mike Pence was also at the event, representing Orange Man.
Jared Kushner, Mr. Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser on matters including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, was expected to attend the Rivlin dinner but canceled, citing bad weather in Davos, Switzerland, where he participated in the World Economic Forum.
The kings of Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands, Britain’s Prince Charles and the presidents of Russia, France, Germany, Italy and Ukraine are among those leading nearly 50 delegations attending the events. They began with a Wednesday dinner at the residence of President Reuven Rivlin of Israel and culminate in an afternoon ceremony Thursday at Yad Vashem.
Auschwitz, the largest of the Nazi death camps, was a vast complex in occupied Poland near the town of Oswiecim that received some 1.1 million Jews and 200,000 Poles, Russians, Roma and others between 1940 and 1945, of whom 1.1 million were killed.
You know what else happened at Auschwitz?
The camp doctor removed Jews’ eyeballs and created a WALL OF EYES.
If that sounds fantastical to you, you’re an anti-Semite, and you should be in jail.
For Israel, the participation of so many world leaders is a point of pride: Only the funerals of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and former President Shimon Peres attracted more, officials say.
But the turnout also points to the seriousness with which anti-Semitic rhetoric and violence is viewed in the West and in Israel — and offers representatives of countries considered hotbeds of anti-Jewish hatred a chance at least to demonstrate their revulsion for it on an international stage.
Yes, everyone is revolted by Wall of Eyes deniers.
World leaders have a lot of differences between each other, but at least they can agree on this one thing: Josef Mengele had a Wall of Eyes in his laboratory at Auschwitz.
Happy Year of the Rat, everyone.