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Thursday, 9 November 2017

Kristallnacht Lest We Forget

9. November, 1938  -  9. November, 2017


To those who now sigh "oh not the Jews and the Nazis and the Holocaust again" I  say, YES, the Jews, the Nazis and the Holocaust again, because a modern version of what began during  the Kristallnacht is starting to happen yet again,  right now, right here; the virus of Jew Hatred may lay dormant for a short while but it mutates:

Daniel Greenfield wrote:

There was a time when Jewish children were hunted down and killed in France. What was then is now again. (But) the occupying army doesn't wear uniforms, it wears keffiyahs. It doesn't speak German, it speaks Arabic...”

He wrote that in March 2012 around the time when the Muslim Terrorist, Mohamed Merah massacred little children in their school because they were Jewish. Things have gotten worse for Jews in France since then, but Germany has by now caught up, if not even overtaken them. Have a look at the "guests" Merkel has invited into Germany by the million: "Tod den Juden" is the first sentence you can hear in this clip. In Germany ! Today !

And then there is this photo, taken in Melbourne Australia in 2009:

Muslim Girl 2009

Kristallnacht changed the nature of the persecution from economic, political, and social to physical with beatings, incarceration, and murder; the event is often referred to as the beginning of the Holocaust. In the words of historian Max Rein in 1988, "Kristallnacht came...and everything was changed."

While November 1938 predated the overt articulation of "the Final Solution", it foreshadowed the genocide to come. Around the time of Kristallnacht, the SS newspaper Das Schwarze Korps called for a "destruction by swords and flames." At a conference on the day after the pogrom, Hermann Göring said: "The Jewish problem will reach its solution if, in any time soon, we will be drawn into war beyond our border—then it is obvious that we will have to manage a final account with the Jews."

Jewish Girl 1938

I read somewhere that, "if we held 1 minute of silence for every victim of the Holocaust, then we would be silent for eleven and a half years"........How long did it take the Nazis to do what they did? Just about 12 years I think.....

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