WorldNet Crazy: Changing the Wording on a Passport is the Same as Germany’s 1935 Nuremberg Laws
EDITOR’S NOTE: Christian Zionist sites like WorldNet Daily are evidently more willing to publish over-the-top Jewish paranoia (like this from Olivier Melnick [pictured], quoted below) than even overtly Jewish outlets. Apparently, even cancelling a Zionist Jew’s reggae performance and putting the word “Gaza” on a map constitutes “anti-Semitism.”
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THE NUREMBERG LAWS of 1935 were divided into two categories. One was “The Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honour,” and the other was “The Reich Citizenship Law.” Both were based on the false science of Eugenics, or racial purity. In their entirety, The Nuremberg Laws were aimed at ostracizing the Jews from German society to the point of making work, life and socializing virtually impossible. They represented the foundation for the Nazi definition of who is a Jew, who is Aryan and as a result who deserved to live and who deserved to die.
Marriage between Jews and non-Jews became forbidden. Jewish-owned stores were taken over. Jews wanting to leave Germany were taxed up to 90 percent of their estates. Jews were required to carry identity cards with the letter “J” stamped on, a well as being forced to insert the middle name of “Israel” for males and “Sara” for females on their papers. Jewish doctors could no longer treat non-Jewish patients. A complicated bureaucracy of anti-Semitic statutes was enacted one after the other, transforming the Jews from humans to animals to parasites and thus requiring their “extermination” for the betterment of the world, or of the Third Reich at the very least. The Nuremberg Laws were incremental but key to the systematic attempt at the destruction of European Jewry.
Is it possible that only 80 years later we are starting to see what could be called “a new set global Nuremberg Laws”? Just like most of the German populace didn’t notice or even react to the racial purity laws, today’s global community seems unaware or worse, uninterested in this new phenomenon. The fact that the global Jewish community suffers from anti-Semitism can no longer be denied. But it is no longer only racial purity that is being promoted. Much is being attempted to reduce the Jews to a nuisance to society. This compilation of anti-Jewish acts, decrees, exhibits, marches and even U.N. resolutions is seeing an exponential growth without much resistance from anyone at all.
Recently, the Brazilian government passed a law that all Brazilian Jews born in Jerusalem will no longer have the word “Israel” on their passport. While the number of affected people is minimal in Brazil, the politically correct statement is clear: Jerusalem can no longer simply remain the Jewish capital! Unbeknownst to most, this is also the standard procedure for the United States, Canada and France.
Just a couple of weeks ago, on some Air France in-flight maps of the Middle East, Israel, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv were omitted and replaced with the words “Gaza” and “West Bank.” It took no time for passengers to notice and start flooding the social networks with photos of the erroneous maps. Within days, Air France issued an apology and fixed what they called a “technical problem.” I am at a loss trying to understand how this could possibly be a technical glitch. Words disappeared and were replaced by other words that are usually not on the map at any scale. Was it technical or political? Don’t get me started.
In Spain, just a few days ago, the Jewish reggae singer Matisyahu was asked to recognize the Palestinian State to be allowed to participate in a music festival. After the artist categorically refused to flex under the political pressure, his show was canceled.
These might appear as very little waves in an ocean of anti-Israel sentiment often hit by more devastating anti-Semitic tsunamis. They nevertheless are becoming more and more common, and they are a sign of the times for the global Jew. They are little stabs in the Jewish identity that often go unnoticed but set the stage for more and more acceptance of the propaganda coming from the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanction) movement.
It is obvious that these are not laws against the Jews like we saw in the mid-’30s out of Germany. But in many ways, these attempts at demonizing the Jews and Israel can be as lethal as simple laws. They come from many organizations, agencies and even common people who have naively (or some even willingly) bought into the Palestinian narrative.
There is nonetheless a greater danger looming on the Jewish horizon. As we see more and more of the world being conditioned against the Jews and the state of Israel, it is only logical to expect very little resistance when real laws are enacted against them. …
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Source: Read the full story on archive.is
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