Sunday, December 31, 2017

Anti-Semitism Returns to Germany

Despite her good intentions German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a citizen of the world if ever there was one, has brought anti-Semitism back to Germany. It’s what happens when you import hundreds of thousands of anti-Semites. Duh.

Who better to explain the Merkel failure than the Kaiser himself. Not, not that Kaiser. The man who the fashion world has dubbed the Kaiser, one Karl Lagerfeld, the reigning genie of the House of Chanel.

Earlier this year, Lagerfeld blamed Merkel for the problem:

One cannot – even if there are decades between them – kill millions of Jews and then bring millions of their worst enemies in their place.

The head of the German police union, Rainer Wendt, offered his own comments:

The same politicians who continue this immigration and deportation drama by illegally allowing in more and more foreigners from the most anti-Semitic region of the world and not even deporting the offenders among them, then proclaim that they are doing everything against anti-Semitism.

Doing everything they can to fight anti-Semitism now means that Jews cannot walk around Germany and can not practice their religion without police protection.

Breitbart reports:

Former president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany Charlotte Knobloch claims that Jews are increasingly under threat in public and may require police protection to lead a normal life without harassment and violence.

Ms Knobloch, who is now the President of the Jewish Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria, said that Jews are increasingly under threat, Die Welt reports.

And also:

“Aggressive anti-Semitism, from verbal hostility on the Internet and in the analogue world to desecration and destruction to physical attacks are commonplace in Germany,” she said.

“Jewish life can only take place in public under police protection and the strictest security precautions, or it must be completely cancelled for security reasons,” Knobloch added.

The Jewish leader spoke about several recent anti-semitic cases including the vandalism of a Menorah in the city of Heilbronn, and the cancellation of a public Menorah lighting in Mülheim/Ruhr due to security issues.

In a survey of Jews in Germany, many said that most of the violent attacks they experienced came from Muslims, while far-right and far-left attacks were mostly limited to verbal harassment or harassment online.

True enough, far leftists and far rightists have joined the party… but the most violent perpetrators are Muslim. That’s why Islam is called “the religion of peace.”


James said...

Somethings just never really change.

Sam L. said...

"Despite her good intentions..." which pave the road to Hell. Herr Wendt nailed it.