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Germany: Jews Have Fouled Their Own Nest

killyJews have been the major force behind not only the current migration wave, but the opening of the gates of White countries to non-White immigration ever since the end of World War 2. Now they have created an out-of-control situation that frightens them — and, bad as it is, creates new opportunities for White resistance.

THE spokesman for Hamburg’s Jewish community, Daniel Killy (pictured), said deteriorating security in Germany has led to a “highly dangerous situation for Jews.”

“No, we are no longer safe here,” Killy told the news outlet tagesschau.de on Tuesday. He said the disintegration of state power, excesses of the extreme right-wing, the loss of political credibility, and “the terrible fear of naming Islamism as such” have contributed to an insecure environment for Jews. Hamburg’s Jews number nearly 2,500.

Germany has absorbed over one million refugees from mainly Muslim-majority countries.

German Jewish leaders have warned about rising “anti-Semitism” because the refugees are socialized in countries that are steeped in hatred of Jews and Israel.

The detailed taggeschau.de report, which was authored by Patrick Gensing, an expert in extremist ideologies, wrote that anti-Semitic sentiments have diverse manifestations in Germany. He cited studies that point to “historical defensive guilt [about the “Holocaust,” says the Jerusalem Post], obsessive criticism of Israel, National Socialist racism, Muslim anti-Semitism,  Christian anti-Semitism.”

Gensing wrote about a “wave of hatred” at the “hate-filled demonstrations against the Gaza War” in 2014. An Israeli couple were attacked during that period. Also, three Palestinians attempted to torch a Wuppertal city synagogue – one that had previously been burned by Germans in 1938. A local court sentenced the Palestinians to probation and stated that the act of arson was not anti-Semitic because the men sought to draw attention to the Gaza war.

The regional court on Monday imposed a more severe sentence on the men – Ismael A., 29, Muhammad E., 25 and Jamil A., 19. German media protects perpetrators’ and victims’ privacy by not citing their full last names. Two of the men are from the West Bank and the other is from the Gaza Strip. It is unclear what the increased punishment is.

According to a Monday Spiegel article, the approximately 2,000 Jews in Wuppertal “no longer feel safe.” The head of the Wuppertal Jewish community, Leonie Goldberg, said, “I thought the time of the packed suitcases was for always over. Now I am considering when we need to again pack these suitcases.”

In 2015, approximately 200 German Jews made “aliya,” a Hebrew word meaning immigration to Israel. The number is considered high given that Germany’s Jewish population falls into an older age demographic.

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Source: Jerusalem Post

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3 Comments

  1. Telémaco
    January 23, 2016 at 7:58 am — Reply

    Schadenfreude.

  2. JM/Iowa
    January 24, 2016 at 4:01 am — Reply

    Like rats deserting a sinking ship. My wish is that the Germans do not allow them to escape.

    • Anthony Collins
      January 24, 2016 at 11:59 pm — Reply

      On that point, I’m reminded of what Dietrich Eckart has Adolf Hitler say in Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin: “Not even the saintly Thomas Aquinas is able to reach these people. The great father of the Church has described in his writings our relationship with the Jews in terms of a voyage on a ship. The Jews, embarked on the same vessel with the Christians, play a characteristic role: while the Christians are occupied with sailing the ship, the Jews plunder the storeroom and bore holes in the hull. St. Thomas recommends that they should be relieved of their booty and chained to the rudder.”

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