Serbia: Thousands of Buildings Worth Billions and $27,000,000 Cash Given to Jews
Most of these supposed “Jewish assets” were were originally acquired through the fractional reserve banking scam and other fraudulent practices, so they were stolen from the White population to begin with. Question: Have the White victims of WW2 — say, the millions of displaced or murdered Germans and Eastern Europeans — been compensated like this? Has that possibility even been discussed?
SERBIA — under “American” pressure — has passed a law awarding some $27 million cash and more than 3,000 highly desirable buildings (and associated real estate) to Jewish groups. The groups intend to rent out the properties for a payout expected to be measured in billions of dollars. (ILLUSTRATION: This former department store in downtown Belgrade is one of thousands of valuable properties to be outright given to Jews under a law demanded by Jews. The Jewish-controlled US government regularly pressures European governments to pass such laws.)
One of the first of its kind in eastern Europe, the “heirless property restitution law” passed in February will see thousands of allegedly “previously Jewish-owned buildings” handed outright to the country’s Association of Jewish Communities.
The association plans to rent out most of the properties, and from 2017 Serbia will also pay an annual 950,000 euros ($1.1 million) for 25 years in financial support to the community.
The funds will be spent on propaganda to “fight prejudice” (read: softening up the population to accept future Jewish demands) and “preserving the memory of Holocaust” along with “supporting survivors,” said its president, Ruben Fuks.
Presenting the new law in parliament, Justice Minister Nikola Selakovic said Serbia had a “moral obligation” towards Jews who “dedicated their lives and work to our Serbia.” He said the move would also “contribute to a greater understanding of human rights, which is crucial for fighting and preventing racial and religious discrimination.”
Jewish groups have repeatedly demanded that Europe’s ex-communist states award the groups assets estimated to be worth billions of dollars, and Jewish control of the US Congress has led to massive American pressure on these states to accede to the demands.
After US threats, in 2009 46 countries signed the “Terezin Declaration,” named after a Czechoslovak wartime ghetto, urging the “restitution” of “stolen” Jewish assets and social aid for the world’s wealthiest ethnic group — though they prefer to describe themselves as “impoverished Holocaust survivors.”
The United States said Serbia was the first country to pass such a law on heirless property since then, and the US continues to use pressure tactics and economic and diplomatic threats on other governments to get them to take similar action where, as the US claims, “justice has long been denied.”
Poland, which had Europe’s largest pre-war Jewish community, in 2011 suspended work on compensation legislation for property seized by Nazis and post-war Polish communists, intended to apply to both Jewish and non-Jewish victims of expropriation. Warsaw argued the law would swell the nation’s debt to the point where it would breach a European Union (EU) debt ceiling.
“We have identified more than 3,000 buildings seized during World War II by Germans,” said Fuks, adding that the properties listed so far were in Belgrade, central Serbia, and a small part of northern Vojvodina province. In other words, Jews may expand their claims and seize properties from their owners almost at will.
In other parts of Vojvodina which were occupied by German-allied Hungarians or Croatians, so-called “seized Jewish property” is yet to be “tracked down and listed” — meaning that thousands more properties will be claimed by Jews.
One of these areas, Backa, was once home to half of all the Jews in Serbia, Fuks said, hinting that the final amount of property due to be returned is likely to be much higher.
Fuks said the new law offered a chance to “commemorate properly those who were killed and to fight against the intolerance that almost destroyed the community.”
It also means, he said, that “Holocaust survivors” can “live with fewer worries in the last years of their lives, after the horrible personal experiences they have been through.”
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Source: Times of Israel