February 28, 2015
Ostensibly due to the resurgence of an Antisemitic spirit in Europe, Madonna, a washed up pop star, friend of the Jews, and an adopter of ugly Black children, has exclaimed that Europe “feels like Nazi Germany.”
“We’re living in crazy times. It feels like Nazi Germany,” Madonna said in an interview to Europe 1 radio, adding that the situation in Europe is “scary.”
The 56-year-old singer also pointed that France has totally lost its tradition of welcoming diversity and honoring freedom, saying that “anti-Semitism is at an all-time high” in the country.
“It [France] was a country that embraced everyone and encouraged freedom in every way, shape or form – artistic expression of freedom… Now that’s completely gone.”
This is not the first time “Europe’s intolerance” has been denounced by the pop diva. In 2012 she criticized the rise of xenophobia and extreme-right parties.
“What I said two years ago is valid today,” she said. “It’s not just happening in France, it’s all over Europe. But particularly in France. The level of intolerance is so enormous, it’s scary.”
More comparisons can be made between Weimar Germany and present-day Europe than comparisons between National Socialist Germany and present-day Europe.
When I think of Weimar Germany, I think of cultural decadence, economic instability, and a lack of confidence in leadership. Sound like present-day Europe?
In contrast, National Socialist Germany promoted high culture, rapidly transformed the economy from a state of utter disaster to a state of great prosperity, and possessed leaders whom the German people had great confidence in.
Comparing present-day Europe to National Socialist Germany is superficial and reveals a total ignorance of current events and German history. Then again, what do you expect from someone like Madonna?