Germany’s left team up with Muslims to hate Jews. Again.

Neo-Nazis, those who wish to recreate the WW2 party, National Socialist Workers Party (NAZI) have teamed up with Muslims again, to vent their collective spleens at Jews. Its a shame that this fine German periodical as bought into the myth that Nazi’s are right wing as have most people. But it should be obvious to anyone who thinks about it for more than five seconds whether Hitler was left wing or right. For anyone still uncertain, Ill put the excellent movie The Soviet Story at the bottom so you can easily get all the facts.

From Der Spiegel:

Anti-Semitic Alliance

The Shared Extremism of Neo-Nazis and Migrant Youth

By Sven Röbel

The synagogue in Worms became the target of an arson attack in  mid-May. The authorities still don't know who was behind the attack.
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The synagogue in Worms became the target of an arson attack in mid-May. The authorities still don’t know who was behind the attack.

Following an anti-Semitic attack in Hanover, German authorities have identified a new source of anti-Semitic hatred in Germany: young migrants from Muslim families. The ideological alliance has officials concerned.

It was supposed to be a carefree festival in Sahlkamp on the outskirts of the northern German city of Hanover. Billed as an “International Day” to celebrate social diversity and togetherness, the June celebration included performances by a multicultural children’s choir called “Happy Rainbow” and the German-Turkish rap duo 3-K. Music from Afghanistan was also on the program.
But then the mood suddenly shifted.

When Hajo Arnds, the organizer of the neighborhood festival, stepped onto the stage at about 6:45 p.m. to announce the next performance, by the Jewish dance group Chaverim, he was greeted with catcalls. “Jews out!” some of the roughly 30 young people standing in front of the stage began shouting. “Gone with the Jews!”

The voices were those of children — voices full of hate, shouted in unison and amplified by a toy megaphone. Arnds, the organizer, was shocked. He knew many of the children, most of them from Arab immigrant families in the neighborhood.

A social worker, Arnds tried using the tools of his profession — words — to save the situation. But his words were met with stones, thrown at the stage by people taking cover in the crowd. One of the stones hit a female Chaverim dancer in the leg, resulting in an angry bruise.

Inflammatory Propaganda and Criminal Violence

Arnds immediately cancelled the dance performance. Still speaking through the microphone, he said that he wasn’t sure whether the festival could even continue after this incident. When adults walked to the front of the crowd to confront and talk to the children, they were verbally abused, and some of the teenagers ran away. The Jewish dance group was taken to a safe place, and the festival was allowed to continue. The last performance of the evening was by a duo singing Russian songs. “They’re not Jews,” one of the young people in front of the stage shouted, “so they can perform here.” A criminal complaint was not filed with the police until several days later.

Until now, attacks on Jews, Jewish institutions and Jewish symbols have almost always been committed by right-wing extremist groups. In the first quarter of 2010 alone, the German Interior Ministry documented 183 anti-Semitic offences committed by right-wing radicals, including graffiti, inflammatory propaganda and physical violence.

The stone-throwing incident in Hanover, however, has finally forced the authorities to take a closer look at a group of offenders that, though largely overlooked until now, is no less motivated by anti-Zionist sentiments: adolescents and young adults from an immigrant community who are influenced by Islamist ideas and are prepared to commit acts of violence.

An informal and accidental alliance has been developing for some time between neo-Nazis and some members of a group they would normally despise: Muslim immigrants. The two groups seem to share vaguely similar anti-Semitic ideologies.

Right-wing extremists and Islamists, says Heinz Fromm, the president of the German domestic intelligence agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), are united by “a common bogeyman: Israel and the Jews as a whole.” While German right-wing extremists cultivate a “more or less obvious racist anti-Semitism,” says Fromm, the Islamists are “oriented toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict” and support “anti-Zionist ideological positions, which can also have anti-Jewish and anti-Semitic overtones.” Both extremist movements, says Fromm, “ascribe extraordinary political power to Israel and the Jews, and their goal is to fight this power.”

‘A Tree, a Noose, a Jew’s Neck’

Although the BfV has not separately identified anti-Semitic crimes associated with Islamist groups until now, investigators are paying close attention to the development of anti-Jewish tendencies within the milieu.

Anti-Semitism from the two groups shows itself in different ways in Germany. On the one hand, there are the efforts of extremist right-wing groups, which tend to follow a certain pattern. During a football match in April, for example, supporters of SV Mügeln-Ablass 09, a district-league football club in the eastern state of Saxony, chanted “a tree, a noose, a Jew’s neck” and “we’re building a subway, from Jerusalem to Auschwitz,” until the match was stopped.

According to the German government’s response to a parliament inquiry by Left Party politician Petra Pau, Jewish cemeteries in Germany are defaced, vandalized or destroyed about once every 10 days. Memorial sites are also frequently targeted. Last month, for example, extremists defaced a memorial plaque in the western city of Bochum, a Jewish cemetery in Babenhausen in the state of Hesse and a memorial in Beckum in the Münsterland region.

On the other hand, say BfV officials, Islamist ideologues are creating problems with their anti-Israeli tirades, which are being broadcast on the Internet and television. “You can expect this sort of propaganda to have an impact on certain social groups,” says Fromm.

The Israelis’ bloody military intervention against a flotilla of aid vessels off the coast of Gaza on May 31, in which nine Turkish activists where shot dead, has triggered a new wave of hate. The Jewish community in Berlin promptly reported “a rapid increase in anti-Semitic propaganda and death threats against Jews on the Internet.” This is particularly the case on Facebook where, according to Jewish officials in Berlin, users like Ulubas L. are spreading their message of hate with statements like: “The only good Jew is a dead Jew.”

Breeding Ground

TV productions like the Iranian series “Zahra’s Blue Eyes,” broadcast into the living rooms of immigrant families in Germany, only add to the problem. The program is based on a horror story in which a fictitious Israeli general has doctors remove the eyes of a Palestinian girl so that they can be transplanted into his blind son.

Such propaganda apparently serves as a breeding ground for anti-Jewish sentiments among poorly integrated members of the immigrant community — sentiments which can quickly explode into violence. In late June, for example, two Israeli tourists made the mistake of conversing in Hebrew at a Berlin nightclub. Another guest, apparently of Palestinian descent, asked them where they were from. When one of the tourists, a 22-year-old man, replied, “from Israel,” the man attacked him and his companion.

The situation escalated when a Turkish-born bouncer intervened and attacked the Israelis with pepper spray. The tourists were able to flee and required medical treatment. Law enforcement officials assume that the attack was the result of “anti-Semitic sentiment.” The bouncer and the man who attacked the Israelis, whose identity is still unknown, are being investigated for aggravated assault and battery.

The Jewish community in Worms, located in the southwestern state of Rhineland-Palatinate, was also the target of a recent attack. In mid-May, unknown assailants tried to set the city’s historic synagogue on fire. Forensics experts later identified eight sources of fire at the crime scene. In addition, a Molotov cocktail was thrown through the window of the synagogue’s library.

Understanding the Background

The community was lucky; the building did not go up in flames. Nearby, the police found letters claiming responsibility, written in broken German: “As long as you don’t leave the Palestinians alone, we won’t leave you alone.” It is still unclear whether the pamphlets indicate that the perpetrators were Islamists or were left there as a red herring. According to the state’s Interior Ministry, the authorities are “working hard to investigate all possible leads.”

Meanwhile residents and social workers are trying to understand the background and motives of the adolescents who attacked Jewish dancers with stones at the “International Day” event in Hanover’s Sahlkamp neighborhood.

There is no visible evidence of Jewish life in the district, which has about 14,000 residents. According to the police, the stone-throwing incident on June 19 was the first case of anti-Semitic violence in the area. So far, authorities have identified 12 possible suspects. They are between 9 and 19 years old, many are not yet old enough to be prosecuted, and 11 of them have an “Arab immigrant background,” according to the public prosecutor’s office in the city. No one has said anything yet on the possible motives for the attack. The only comments, so far, came from a little girl, perhaps 10 or 11 years old, who was addressed immediately after the attack by a woman attending the neighborhood festival.

“What’s going on here?” the woman asked.

“The Germans say: Foreigners out!” the girl replied. “Why can’t we say: Jews out?” Then she ran away.

Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan

Below, The Soviet Story:

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70 Replies to “Germany’s left team up with Muslims to hate Jews. Again.”

  1. OxAO,

    The people who are today Nazis and neo-Nazis and the people who are today “Leftists” are not the same people, and do not hold the same views, and do not feel the same feelings, and do not have the same intentions. There are some similar aspects in the views that they hold and in the feelings that they feel and the intentions that they have. But the views that they hold, and the feelings that they feel, and the intentions that they have are not the same. The views that they hold, and the feelings that they feel, and the intentions that they have are very different.

    In the early 1900’s the people who were Nazis and the people who were Socialists and Communists, and who were not Nazis, and even people who were Socialists, and who were not Nazis, but who, in the 1930’s, sympathized with the Nazis, were not the same people, and did not hold the same views, are Nazis The people who

    Neo-Nazis (“National Socialists”) are Neo-Nazis (“National Socialists”). Socialists (“Leftists”, “Progressives”, etc) are Socialists (“Leftists”, “Progressives”, etc).

    Nazis (“National Socialists”) were Nazis (“National Socialists”). Socialists (Communists, etc) were Socialists (Communists, etc).

    What the German Nazis (and, I think, millions of their Western supporters, and some few of their Muslim and Arab supporters) did to the Jewish people in 1940’s, and the intentions that German Nazis (and their, I think, at least tens of millions of Western supporters, and their, I think, at least hundreds of thousands of Muslim and Arab supporters) had toward the Jewish people in the 1930’s and 1940’s, are what only what German Nazis (and, I think, millions of their Western supporters, and, I think, tens of thousands of their Muslim and Arab support ) did to the Jewish people in the 1940’s, and are the intentions that only the German Nazis (and their, I think, at least tens of millions of Western supporters, and their, I think, at least hundreds of thousands of Muslim and Arab supporters) had toward the Jewish people.

    The influenza virus killed hundreds of millions of people. Influenza virae are not Nazis. Influenza virae did not accuse a particular ethnic group of people of causing all of the suffering in the world, and influenza virae did not, in cold hatred, set out to viciously kill all of the members of a particular ethnic group of people, and influenza virae did not, in cold hatred, viciously kill, almost all of the members of a particular ethnic group of people who lived in Europe – approximately six million people.

    In the 1930’s and 1940’s, the majority of German people in Germany supported, and were enthralled by, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime in Germany, and almost all German people were Christian, and almost all of the German people who supported, and were in enthralled by, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime of Germany, were Christian. Almost all of the pro-Nazi European allies and collaborators of the Nazis were (religious and nominally religious) Christians.

    In the 1930’s and 1940’s, Western culture (Jewish-culture-based, European-culture-based, Christian) was Christian European culture. Today, Western culture (Jewish-culture-based, European-based-culture, Christian, and Post-Christian, culture) is Christian European culture.

    I am, of course, not saying “Christians are Nazis”. Of course to say “Christians are Nazis” is inaccurate and wrong. I am expressing what is the truth in response to your false, and very hurtful, argument.

    I don’t really have serious objections to contemporary (religious and nominally religious) Christians. Christians are not the people who are posing a serious danger to the world, and are not the people who are posing a serious danger especially to Jewish people.

    The people who posing a serious danger to the world, and who are posing a serious danger especially to Jewish people, are leaders and adherents of the modern Islamic Supremacist political movement and are, most dangerously, Western appeasers of, and colluders with, the leaders and adherents of the modern Islamic Supremacist political movement. Almost all the Western appeasers of, and colluders with, the leaders and adherents of the modern Islamic Supremacist political movement are culturally Western – are culturally Christian European – They hold attitudes that are formed by the culture in which they have grown up in – Western Culture – Christian European culture. Some of – many of, but a relatively small minority of – Western appeasers of, and colluders with, the leaders and adherents of the modern Islamic Supremacist political movement are (religious) Christians.

    The attitudes that most of the Western appeasers of, and colluders with, the leaders and adherents of the modern Islamic Supremacist political movement have toward the situation is an attitude that is based, to a large degree, on the attitude that they have toward Jewish people which is an attitude that is a normal, normative, deeply engrained part of Western culture.

    I not am expressing this truth in order to blame. I am expressing this truth in order to make what is the case known and understood. I am expressing this truth in order to make things better.

    This attitude toward Jewish people is deeply engrained, and I think that, right now, confronting it in the way that I think one may think that I am advocating confronting it is not the main thing that needs to be done.

    Also, I think that talking about and dissecting the views and attitudes of people who call themselves Marxists and Leftists and Socialists and Progressive, etc, is not the main thing that needs to be done.

    I think that the main thing that needs to be done is to communicate the factual history of the situation that Israel is in, which is the situation of being under siege from the military, terroristic, diplomatic, and propagandic Islamic supremacist war that, that since several decades before Israel was officialy established as a country in 1948, has been waged against, and that is being waged against Israel, and I think that the main thing that needs to be done as part of that is to communicate the mutually influencing relationship that existed, in the 1920’s, and 1930’s, and 1940’s, between, and the co-operation that existed, in the 1930’s and 1940’s, between, the founders of, and early leaders of, the modern islamic supremacist political movement and the founders of the Nazi political movement in Germany, and the members of the Nazi regime of Germany, and I think that the main the that needs to be done as part of that is to communicate the racist Islamic supremacist and Nazi origins of, and the racist Islamic supremacist and Nazi nature of, the “Palestinian” movement which was, and is, the central part of the modern Islamic Supremacist movement and whose founder, Amin al Husseini, who was the mentor of, and who was an uncle of, Egyptian-born Yasser Arafat, and who with Yasser Arafat, founded Fatah in 1957, and who, from 1941 until 1945, resided in Germany, and was an adjoined official of the Nazi regime of Germany, and within the Nazi regime of Germany, was the most influential advocate for the mass-murder of Jewish people in Europe, and who from 1941 to 1945, broadcasted, from the most powerful shortwave radio that existed in Germany at that time, Radio Zeesen, “Protocols of the Elders of Zoin”-Jewish-conspiracy-theory-based, orthodox-original-Islam-based, genocidally anti-Jewish, and anti-American, anti-British, anti-Western, anti-democracy, pro-Nazi, radio programs in Arabic, Turkish, and Farsi, the Persian language, to all of the countries in the Middle East, which were radio programs that became popular in Muslim countries in the Middle East, and which were radio programs of which Rohullah Khomeini, the then-future founder of the Shia branch of the modern Islamic-Supremacist political movement, was, as a young man in Iran, a regular and dedicated listener.

    I am grateful for, and I appreciate, Eeyore and the Vlad Tepes blog and the vladtepesblog youtube channel, who is working to, and who has been working to, make the factual history, and current reality, of the situation known, and which are efforts that are being done to, and that is being done to, make the factual history and current reality of the situation known.

    I am grateful for, and I appreciate, all of the people and efforts who are working to, and who have been working to, make the factual history, and current reality, of the situation known, and which are efforts that are being done to, and that have been done to, make known the factual history, and current reality, of the situation known.

  2. Correction:

    “…and that have been done to, make known the factual history, and current reality, of the situation known.”

    should be,

    “…and that have been done to, make the factual history, and current reality, of the situation known.”

  3. Correction:

    More beneficially stated than the following which I wrote,

    “In the 1930?s and 1940?s, the majority of German people in Germany supported, and were enthralled by, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime in Germany, and almost all German people were Christian, and almost all of the German people who supported, and were in enthralled by, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime of Germany, were Christian. Almost all of the pro-Nazi European allies and collaborators of the Nazis were (religious and nominally religious) Christians.”

    is,

    “In the 1930’s and 1940’s, the majority of German people in Germany supported, and were enthralled by, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime in Germany, and almost all German people were Christian, and almost all of the German people who supported, and were in enthralled by, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime of Germany, were Christian. Almost all of the pro-Nazi European allies and collaborators of the Nazis were (in some cases, religiously, and in other cases, nominally) Christian.”

  4. Correction:

    More beneficially stated than the following which I wrote,

    “…I am expressing what is the truth in response to your false, and very hurtful, argument…”

    is,

    “…I am stating what is the truth in response to the false, and very hurtful, argument that you made…”

  5. @Daniel Bielak stated:
    It is important to know the history and it is also important to know what it evolved into.
    “I think that talking about and dissecting the views and attitudes of people who call themselves Marxists and Leftists and Socialists and Progressive, etc, is not the main thing that needs to be done.”

    I couldn’t disagree more let me explain:
    Take a look at the numbers. Hitler won about 43% of the vote it wasn’t a majority.
    You can also notice the parties that he attracted were from the SPD and Communist party in 1933:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_election,_November_1932
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_federal_election,_March_1933

    In other words what you are arguing is Communists and socialists are rooted in Christianity. I am sorry but that is illogical. I am sure you must know Communists are almost always Atheists and the National socialists hated the Christians just as much as the Jewish. They even had a plan to do away with the Bible and replace it with Hitler’s book.
    I think you did suggest That Karl Marx “Jewish Question” was based on Christian views. Even if that was true Karl Marx hated all other religions other than his Communism he wanted to do away with everything and keep only one religion which is based on Anti-Semitism
    Let me say point again. Christianity did persecute Jews many hundreds of years ago and it may have carried over to Atheists. But I pointed out Christians are NOT doing that anymore (1% in Germany voted for an Anti-Semite over a hundred years ago.) The hate for Jews is NOW coming from those that want nothing to do with god or Islam.

  6. Let me correct:

    1% in German (Christians) voted for an Anti-Semite over a hundred years ago.
    You will be hard pressed to find anything close to that high a number today I bet.

    History is important but keep it in perspective. Christians DO change, Islam can not.

    Remember I am NOT a Christian.

  7. Let me just recap:
    1% of the Christians voted for Anti-Semite views over a hundred years ago.
    about 80 years ago 43% of who are mostly atheists voted for Anti-Semite views.

    Christians may have implanted the bad seed but they are no longer growing it.

  8. OxAO,

    You wrote,

    “Christians may have implanted the bad seed but they are no longer growing it.”

    I know that the vast majority of Evangelical Christians in the United States, and that very many – I think, the majority of – devout Christians in the United States, and that many – I hope, the majority, or at least a marginal majority – of devout Christians in the world, currently do not hold bigoted antipathetic wrong views about Jewish people, and about the country of the Jewish people, and currently do not feel antipathy toward Jewish people.

    What I am mainly talking about is the anti-Jewish bigotry that is a normal, normative engrained part of the culture of Western societies – Western culture – the culture of culturally Christian-European societies.

    What I am concerned about is the very harmful effect that the culturally engrained antipathetic wrong views that are held about, and antipathy that is felt toward, Jewish people by the members of the most societally-influencing social-classes of Western societies (members of the secret service agencies of, and foreign policy departments of, the governments of Western countries, and journalists, and academics, and intellectuals) has had, for the past 90 years, and is having, in having caused, for the past 90 years, and in having caused, for the past 10 years, and is causing, currently, a majority of those people to have been, for the past 90 years, and almost all of those people to have been, for the past 10 years, engaged in an effort to harm, and in most cases, engaged in, in some cases unwittingly, and in other cases, wittingly, an effort to destroy, the country of the Jewish people – and which are antipathetic wrong views that are held about, and antipathy that is felt toward, Jewish people, to, in I think, in most cases, a very small degree, by many people in the United States, and to, in, I think, most cases, to a very large degree, by people in Europe, which has caused those people to have been susceptible to, and to have believes, the sea of, and tsunami of lies about the situation – the overwhelming Western-Academia-produced (and laragely Saudi financed), and (Western-Academia-trained) Western-journalist-produced, propaganda about the situation, which are lies that have vilified, and are vilifying, the country of the Jewish people, and which are lies that have utterly obfuscated, and are utterly obfuscating, the factual history and current reality of the the situation – which is the 90 year Islamic-Supremacist, and colluding Western, military, terroristic, diplomatic, propagandic, war against the country of the Jewish people, and which are lies that have utterly obfuscated, and that are uttlerly obfuscating, the nature of, and the scope of, and even the existence of, the modern Islamic-Supremacist political movement, which began in the 1920’s.

  9. I agree with you on everything you said there.

    But it is VERY important to know where this hate is coming from NOW and it is from the left.

  10. @Daniel Bielak

    Let me put it another way. What you are arguing is the group that originally planted the seed is responsible for whose that grow the seeds today.

    How about sacrifices that satanist and other groups do? Wouldn’t the Jews be responsible for that? Same logic applies even know Jews don’t do it today.

  11. OxAO,

    I think that we both mainly agree on the most important issues at hand.

    However, I will reply to some of what you wrote.

    You wrote,

    “…How about sacrifices that satanist and other groups do? Wouldn’t the Jews be responsible for that?…”

    Jewish people were one of the first people in history to stop performing ritual human sacrifices. Other ethnic groups of people in the world (for example, ethnically European people in Europe) continued to perform ritual human sacrifices for a long after the Peopel of Israel stopped – and outlawed – perform ritual human sacrifices. That was one of the core essences of what defined the People of Israel.

    Many other ethnic groups of people in the world performed – and some still do perform – ritual animal sacrifices – for a long time before the beginning of the group the People of Israel.

    Also,

    I think that I was overly (wrongly) generous (appeasingly dishonest (out of fear of being disliked and out of fear of causing even more people to – as I am Jewish – dislike Jewish people, and out of fear of, thereby, causing harm to Israel) when I wrote in this thread about the ratios of the views held by, and about the views themselves held by, Christians today.

    I judge individual people, including Christians, individually.

    I appreciate the Chrisitians who, for the right reasons, support Israel.

    I do not hold anybody responsible for what they have not done, nor said, nor thought.

    I wish that I hadn’t brought up this subject (about the situation that Jewish people have been in because of Christianity and about how I feel about it.). I think that It may have been not beneficial for me to bring up this subject.

    Right now there is a serious danger being posed to the whole world. The danger that is right now being posed to the world is the modern Islamic-Supremacist political movement – and most dangerously, the actions of the Western appeasers of, and colluders with, the modern Islamic-Supremcacist political movement.

    The root causes of the Western appeasement and collusion of the modern Islamic-Supremcacist political movement are the following:

    O The utter lack of mindfulness and utter lack of discernment and utter lack of non-appeasing, honest, accurate, clear speech about the situation, by almost all Jewish people, including and most importantly, leaders of the current government of, Israel

    O The delusional, wishful, wrong thinking, and appeasing wrong speech and appeasing wrong actions of almost all Jewish people, including, most importantly, leaders of the government of Israel

    O The vicious wrong speech and vicious wrong actions by delusional and deranged Jewish people who have severely succumbed to Stockholm-Syndrome, and who have been the people in Western societies who have been the leaders, in Western societies, in the war of the propagation of perverse obscene lies that villify Israel and that obfuscate the factual history and current reality of the situation.

    O The anti-Jewish bigotry that is a normal, normative, culturally engrained part of culturally Christian-European (currently both Christian and Post-Christian) societies

    In Western societies, the original (in the 1920’s, 1930’s and 1940’s) – seeding – appeasers of, and colluders with, the modern Islamic supremacist political movement (and, involved with that, the German Nazi political movement in, and regime of, Germany) included mainly members of the governing, ethnically West-European, wealthy social classes of Western countries and included those who I think would have been called politically Conservative, and included those who were self-professed Socialists.

    The Western appeasement and collusion of the modern Islamic Supremacist political movement was seeded by those people.

    One of the more recent, and one of the most influential, colluders with the modern Isalmic Supremacist political movement has been Grover Norquist – a pro-Islamic-Supremacist politcally conservative political activist.

    Currently most of the Western appeasers of, and colluders with, the modern Islamic-Supremcaist political movement are members of the contemporary political Left (the first politically Left appeasers of, and colluders with, the modern Islamic-Supremcaist political movement were self-professed Socialists, etc, and now the politically Left appeasers of the modern Islamic-Supremcaist political movement include many (I think the majority of) self-professed “Liberals”).

    OxAO, what I realize is that some people, whatever their cultural, religious, etc, background, is, are not decent (are very ignorant (about things in general) and are mean), and that some people, whatever their cultural, religious, etc., background is, are decent (are less ignorant (about things in general) and are kind).

    “What we learned is that there is no Left and Right. There are the decent people and there is the mob.”
    — a quote that I heard that was attributed to a Jewish witness of, or Jewish survivor of, the Shoah

  12. Correction:

    “…are very ignorant (about things in general)…”

    and

    “…are less ignorant (about things in general)…”

    should be,

    “…are ignorant about (are ignorant of) certain essential things…”

    and

    “…are less (or are not) ignorant about (ignorant of) certain essential things…”

  13. “What we learned is that there is no Left and Right. There are the decent people and there is the mob.”

    That quote couldn’t be more wrong.
    Socialists have been the real threat to Jews for over a hundred year. Socialists want no part of any kind with religion in general.

    Getting off the subject a little but sticking with ignorance of people in general:
    I was at a coffee shop today talking with a leftist. I pointed out our history in the US is totally distorted and much of it is a lie. I gave him two examples and both he thought I was crazy because he had no clue.

    1. Global warming should be a non-issue when we are living in the coldest part of technically an ice age. We are having warmer weather because we are in a short interglacial period(10K year).
    He had no idea we were living in the middle of an ice age. Not a clue.

    2. We got into the cold war a little and I brought up the fact the US invaded Russia and the Russians didn’t forget about that. He had no idea what I was talking about. Never heard of the Polar bear expedition. Not a clue.

    People do not inform themselves thus they can get mislead very easy and that can turn into fear.

  14. Thank for all your insights. I really appreciate and wish you the best. One upon I too was of l;eftist background and an anarcho-sundicalist at that. I still hold what can be called “leftist” views but when I saw so many people whom I used to admire and look up to show their anti-Semitic side I slowly and carefully left their crowd and became a more integrated individual. My friend, we are living in interesting times.

  15. I never understood the left myself.

    My question is how does the left have any followers? How can people be so gullible and naive?

    Just some of the idiocy just blows my mind

    1. National Socialists ?(not equal) Socialists (no preview to see if the not sign works)

    2. Global warming during an ice age

    3. The wealthy are conservatives when the wealthiest areas in the US and the world are liberal strong holds.

    4. moral laws are from the Christian right when a Socialists Woodrow Wilson created the laws. (laws such as prostitution, gambling, drugs, alcohol and so on)

    5. boost the economy by stealing from those that work

    It goes on and on.

  16. OxAO International Socialists, AKA the Soviets, also hated Christianity so much, they had street plays mocking their beliefs on a daily basis on the open streets of Moscow and other places. If you have the time, do watch The Soviet Story. You can find it on http://www.kitmantv.blogspot.com it is well worth the time to watch. It is a comparison and explanation of Soviet international socialism and Hitler’s national socialism.

  17. yes, i watched The Soviet Story three or four times now reading up much more on many of their points.

    i have it on the list from netflix to see it again on disk to see if I missed anything.

    The NAZI’s hated Christians just as much as Jews except they had a majority of Christians so they appeased them to an extent.

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