The continent responsible for the extermination of six million Jews is now legislating the next genocide. Their fate is sealed, because they unwilling to emerge from their primordial ooze of hate. Who is going to save Europe this time around? Obama?
Europe is reverting. Europe has returned to its old stomping grounds — comfortable again to indulge their dark, monstrous impulses.
The Holocaust, while it was a German initiative, was carried out by every nation in Europe, save for the Danes. There were Dutch Nazis, Polish Nazis, French Nazis etc— Europe as a continent decided it was a good idea to get rid of the Jews. The New Yokr Times has reported the discovery of 42,500 Nazi ghettos and camps over 13 years of analysis. That number includes “killing centres,” forced labour camps, prisoner-of-war camps, brothels and “care” centres where pregnant women were forced to have abortions, The New York Times reported. 30,000 slave labour camps; 1,150 Jewish ghettos; 980 concentration camps; 1,000 prisoner-of-war camps; 500 brothels; and thousands of other camps for pregnant women and the elderly.
Over 42,000 concentration camps? That wasn’t just the Germans.
And now they are doing it again. A number of countries are voting to legitimize a jihad terror state — “Palestine.”
The craven Brits have voted to recognize the savage state. The quisling Swedes, already subdued and paralyzed by their Muslim population, have voted to recognize the Islamic terror state in Gaza, Judea and Samaria as well. Islamic Spain, too.
The only country thus far to refuse to side with savagery is Denmark. They will not recognize “Palestine.” Not surprisingly, Denmark was the only country to save its Jews during the Holocaust.
Caroline Glick and I discussed Europe at length in a radio show years ago. She said, the Europeans learned all the wrong lessons from the horrors of World War II. The lesson that Europe had decided to avail itself of in the aftermath of Auschwitz was not that evil is bad and that they behaved like monsters, but rather that everything was caused by nationalism and therefore what they really needed to do was create a European Union that would obviate their need for nationalism, so that we can become this transnational gobbledygook and they’ll all get together and therefore they won’t have another Auschwitz.
The lesson they should have learned was that they were evil and they have to be good. That is the lesson they never learned. They have to be able and willing to make moral distinctions and stand up for the good and fight evil, and that is something the Europeans refuse to do.
Nationalism isn’t bad. American nationalism wasn’t bad, has never been bad. British nationalism hasn’t been bad. French nationalism isn’t bad. Polish nationalism isn’t bad. Czech nationalism wasn’t bad.
The thing that was bad was that Germany decided to embrace madness and evil as its central unifying characteristic under the Nazis. That is what the problem was, it was not nationalism per se. And its still not nationalism.
They took all the wrong lessons from WW2 and are applying them, while ignoring the only lesson that’s really relevant from WW2, which is that you have to choose good and defend good and fight with the intention of defeating evil.
‘This is What They Have to Do Now when the World is Exploding?’
Prime Minister Netanyahu rips into French legislature for its upcoming vote on recognizing ‘Palestine’.
By Gil Ronen, INN, November 23, 2014
In an interview on the i24news network, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu referred Sunday to the anticipated vote in the French parliament on recognizing a Palestinian state:
“Of course I’m worried about this because what they’re voting on is Palestine without peace,” he said. “That’s what the Palestinians want. They want to have a state to continue, not to end the war with Israel, but to continue the war from improved boundaries. That’s all they’re saying. Look at what has happened. Every time we gave territory to the Palestinians, for example in Gaza, Iran walked in with its Palestinian proxies, fired thousands of rockets on our cities. Does anyone in Paris talk about this? This is what they have to do now when the world is exploding? When Islamist fires are sweeping throughout the Middle East? When every place that we vacate becomes a bastion for militant Islam and for Iran? This is what is going to produce peace?!? To ask Israel to put the suburbs of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv in the hands of Islamic militants?
“This is irresponsible. It’s not conducive to peace. In fact, it hardens the Palestinian positions because it tells them, you get a state – which will be used to attack Israel – you don’t have to give anything.
He added: “I think this is a terribly misguided position, terribly misguided position. You know, we don’t come out and say what countries or what regions of France should be independent. We don’t talk about that, nor do we talk about Spain nor do we talk about every European country, but this is what happens right now when the entire world is aflame, when the Middle East is aflame, when Israel – the only democracy – is standing with France and with Europe to fight the Islamist fires and they say, ‘No, well, bring, give the Palestinian who are lining up with the Islamists, who are supporting Hamas, who are glorifying these murders in synagogues as heroes, give them a state’ – without peace. You think that’s responsible? I think it’s irresponsible and wrong.”
Netanyahu was also interviewed Sunday on the ABC network program This Week and made the following remarks about the negotiations with Iran:
“I don’t know, but I think it’s important that there won’t be a bad deal. A bad deal would enable Iran to remain with thousands of centrifuges, which it could use to enrich uranium which is what you need for a nuclear bomb. It could do so in a very short time.
“I think the key principle is this: Don’t dismantle sanctions before you dismantle Iran’s capacity to make a nuclear bomb. And as I understand it, the Iranians are nowhere near to accepting that and if for any reason the United States or the other powers agree to leave Iran with that capacity to breakout, I think that would be a historic mistake. Not only because it endangers my country, Israel, that Iran’s ruler, the Ayatollah Khamenei, vows to annihilate, but also because I think it would endanger the entire Middle East and the world.”
“We’re doing everything we can to influence people not to make a bad deal and of course such a deal is something that would leave Iran with the capacity to threaten everyone. You know, they’re developing ICBMs, intercontinental ballistic missiles. Why in heaven’s name does Iran need intercontinental ballistic missiles? They don’t need those missiles to reach Israel. They need them to reach Europe and the United States, and the only thing you carry on intercontinental ballistic missiles are nuclear warheads.
“So I think that the issue here is not merely Israel, but everyone, the entire world, all of the – or nearly all — of the regimes in the Middle East, with the exception of the Syrian regime – and everybody else, they understand that this is a great danger. Israel itself will always reserve the right to defend itself against any threat with its own power.”
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