Best-seller author Tuvia Tenenbom (I Sleep in Hitler’s Room: An American Jew Visits Germany) once told me:
“Well, if they didn’t lose the war, if Germany has not lost the war, what do you think would Germany be today? Nazist. It’s not like one day in 1945 German’s people woke up and said: “Oh, Lord! Look what we have done! We can’t believe it. Please forgive us, please whatever forgive us.”
No, no, they lost the war, that’s why they changed to human, to say it like this, you know. So now they love Jews. A day later, German tells the Jew, forgive me. A day before, they smiled when they saw the Jew burned in crematorium.”
In his exclusive for the Jerusalem Post, Benjamin Weinthal’s wrote: “Merkel urged Romanian president to not move embassy to Jerusalem, and refuse to say if Jerusalem is Israel’s capital”.
He explains that Merkel “lobbied the Romanian president to put a halt on the relocation of its embassy to Jerusalem, and it is believed that Merkel called other European politicians as part of a campaign to block the relocation of European embassies to Jerusalem.”
The same Merkel who proclaimed in a Knesset speech in 2008 that Israel’s security interests are “non-negotiable” and part of “Germany’s raison d’être”, is fighting to prevent the governments of Romania and other countries to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
What happen to Germany? Ask Tenenbom. What do you think? Anti-Semitic 180 degrees change of mind? No. [It’s] realism. They lost the war. Can’t do it anymore”. They have no other choice, so they decide “Let me be good with the Jews. So the Germans are good with the Jews. Every day that you move away from holocaust, the German doesn’t like the Jew more and more. Basically the German hates the Jews more and more.”
When Weinthal asked if Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, the Merkel administration spokeswoman declined to answer directly. She said that the “status of Jerusalem should, in the framework of an agreement, be clarified.” The spokeswoman said a solution to the conflict between the Palestinians and Israelis can take place with an agreed upon two-state solution, adding “Until a such an agreement is reached, all sides should avoid steps that sharpen the existing tensions and complicate a peaceful solution of the conflict.”
“In addition to waging an ostensible campaign to stop the relocation of European embassies to Jerusalem”, added Weinthal, “Merkel rebuffed President Reuven Rivlin’s request last month during her visit to Jerusalem to join US sanctions against Iran’s regime”.
By the end of our conversation, I had to ask: “Tell me Tuvia, they still don’t like the Jews? Occidental countries are the real Anti-Semitic? It’s still the same story?”
“This is the same story. What do you think? A story two thousand years old, do you think it goes like this way?”
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