December 5, 2019
I often sit around and think to myself: what is France?
Thankfully, the country’s leader has offered a very simple explanation as to what France is: it’s Jews.
President Emmanuel Macron has pledged to fight anti-Semitism saying “Jews are and make France” after 107 graves were desecrated at a Jewish cemetery in the northeast of the country.
The daubing of swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti on the graves at the cemetery in Westhoffen around 15 miles west of Strasbourg in the Alsace region was the latest racist attack to shock the country.
“Jews are and make France,” President Emmanuel Macron wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.
“Those who attack them, even their graves, are not worthy of the idea we have of France.”
“Anti-Semitism is a crime and we will fight it in Westhoffen as everywhere until our dead can sleep in peace,” he added.
In response to the latest in a string of such acts of anti-Semitic vandalism, France is to open a national bureau to lead the fight against hate crimes.
The office, which would be part of France’s gendarmerie, will be charged with investigating this crime but also all anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim and anti-Christian acts, said interior minister Christophe Castaner.
A few spray-painted swastikas, and the Jews get statements from the president saying that they define the nation and an entire new government body devoted to trying to prevent people from hating them.
That’s a pretty good deal.
The Jews must really be grateful to the Nazi who took 15 minutes out of his day and a $7 can of spraypaint to get them all of these great rewards.
The neo-Nazi thug responsible must have been paying really close attention to the actions of the French parliament as well, because he did a great job timing it with a new pro-Jew resolution. In fact, he did his act just hours before the vote.
The graves were desecrated just hours before French MPs adopted a resolution equating anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism.
On Tuesday evening, French MPs approved a non-legally binding resolution modelled on the definition of anti-Semitism set by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA).
The IHRA definition, which serves as an international guideline, does not reference “anti-Zionism” but does say denying Jews their right to self-determination is anti-Semitic.
The World Jewish Congress hailed France’s step.
“For too long too many have used the excuse that their obsessive criticism of Israel stands exclusive from their otherwise positive feelings for the Jewish people. Those days are now over,” it said.
You know, it almost seems like the neo-Nazi did this vandalism in order to influence this vote, ensuring that a resolution saying “anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism” passed in the parliament.
But I wonder why a neo-Nazi would want to ensure the success of such a resolution…?
You almost end up wondering if the Jews might have done this themselves.
Of course, I hope you never do wonder about that. If you do wonder about that, you are pure evil, and no different than the Nazis who masturbated the six million and turned them into lampshades and soap.
No, we’re all sure that the fact that Jews benefited so massively from this act is just a coincidence.
It was certainly done by some Romper Stomper type neo-Nazi.