The charge of anti-semitism has become the preferred cudgel used to beat the non-Jewish world into submission to Jewish demands.
Along with the always highly publicized January 27 “International Holocaust Remembrance Day” Anniversary of the Auschwitz-Birkenau liberation—there are several other antisemitism-themed developments that have arisen in December as well. The most closely connected to 'Holocaust Day' is the Fifth World Holocaust Forum, scheduled to take place on January 23, 2020 at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, under the auspices of the President of the State of Israel. The four previous Forums were held in Poland, Ukraine and Czech Republic—the last in January 2015, the first in 2005—and all four had the theme “Let My People Live.” This year's theme is new: “Remembering the Holocaust, Fighting Antisemitism.” More on this later.
Ronald Lauder takes off the gloves
A brand new “antisemitism watchdog group” was also announced in December: the Antisemitism Accountability Project (ASAP), meant to provide action rather than simply 'talking about the problem'. It's funded with $25 million to start by Ronald S. Lauder, cosmetics billionaire and long-time president of the World Jewish Congress (pictured in his New York office below left). According to the ASAP's own poll, antisemitism has doubled over the past five years. “We need action,” Lauder declared.
The ASAP will also monitor politicians, from the level of the city council through the sheriff’s office, Congress and the highest office in the country (watch out President Trump and Democrat candidates). When it comes to antisemitic politicians, Lauder said that ASAP will use aggressive political campaigns against federal, state, and local candidates who support or normalize antisemitism.
“If we use the money correctly,” he said, “we can have a big impact.” Lauder is starting with $25 million in the US, but there are plenty more billions where that comes from. Should money continue to be seen as an element of “free speech” in elections? I don't think so. There is nothing free about billionaire oligarchs ruling over the rest of us.
Trump issues executive order on antisemitism in December
Jared Kushner, a son-in-law and senior adviser to Trump, wrote about the order in an op-ed published in The New York Times:
"Anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism. The inclusion of this language with contemporary examples gives critical guidance to agencies enforcing Title VI provisions."
But Jews decided that anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism; only Jews. Kushner is a Jew. This was never put to a referendum of the American people. Let the whole American people decide if anti-zionism is antisemitism, and whether we think Jewish students are suffering unique discrimination on college campuses.
Advocates of campus free speech rights argued that instructing federal agencies to adopt the IHRA definition to aid in their enforcement of Title VI could [has the intention to] chill speech critical of Israel. But this is America, land of the free! If Jews can't handle freedom, especially freedom of speech, the hallmark of our constitutional rights, they can go somewhere else more to their liking.
I wrote to Donald Trump expressing my displeasure at this executive order.
German Justice Minister intends to make antisemitism an aggravating factor in crimes
In Germany, the President of the Central Council of Jews in Germany Josef Schuster complained that justices were soft on antisemitic crime, and welcomed the fact that German Justice Minister Christine Lambrecht (SPD) told parliament last month that antisemitism would be made an aggravating factor for hate crimes, paving the way for tougher sentences.
Schuster also addressed the rise of the "far-right" Alternative for Germany (AfD), saying that the party had shifted the red lines of what was acceptable to say, causing minorities to feel unsafe. "From words come deeds," Schuster said. Just more attacks on speech because of pressure from Jews.
Boris Johnson says “Every decent person in Britain is fighting antisemitism”
On Dec. 22, the British Prime Minister gave a Chanukah message in which he said (apparently because he thought this was what his Jewish constituents demanded to hear):
"In the media, on the streets and particularly online, antisemites have, in alarming numbers, been emboldened to crawl out from under their rocks and begin once again to spread their brand of noxious hatred far and wide.
"Today, as Britain's Jews seek to drive back the darkness of resurgent antisemitism, you have every decent person in this country fighting by your side. Because Britain would not be Britain without its Jewish community.”
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis spoke Sunday at 'Chanukah in the Square' in Trafalgar Square, London, along with mayor Sadiq Khan, saying:
"We will do everything we can to eradicate the scourge of antisemitism. We will not be silenced.”
“75 years after Auschwitz” is theme for International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Jan 27
The theme reflects on the fact that 75 years of holocaust education has not eradicated antisemitism around the world, in the opinion of Jewry, even though Jews are richer, more powerful and more accepted in more places than ever before. Could it be that Jews are expecting something that no people can expect—to be universally loved and admired by all?
Are the Jews failing to see themselves and the world in realistic terms? Yes and yes. But even more, Jews are wanting to have total control over their future at the expense of freedom for the rest of us. Put another way, Jews want to guarantee their safety and freedom from any possible persecution by taking away other's freedoms.
This is unreasonable, and should be addressed by way of expecting Jews to monitor their own behavior toward non-Jews rather than seek to control us with laws preferential to themselves. This blindness of Jews must be staunchly opposed for the sake of our own people.
“Remembering the Holocaust, Fighting Antisemitism,” Jan 23
The announcement of the Fifth World Holocaust Forum was made by Avner Shalev, Chairman of Yad Vashem; Israel Katz, Israel's Foreign Minister; Reuven Rivlin, President of Israel; and Dr. Moshe Kantor, President of the Forum.
The message they want to sound is that “antisemitism has no place in our global society.” Said Shalev:
"The Holocaust has become a paradigm to measure the human capacity to engage in radical, cruel and systematic evil, not only because of its unprecedented scope – the murder of six million Jewish men, women and children – but also because of the 'rationale"' behind Nazi ideology – the extermination of the Jewish people as a way to protect their own national interests and that of the 'pure German race."
This is nuts and simply a weak-minded attempt to justify irresponsible Jewish exaggerations. The German “Nazis” would never have conceived of, or needed to “exterminate the Jewish people” in order to “protect their national interests” or a “pure German race.” They were smart enough to know such a scheme could only backfire on them.
Jews think they can portray NS Germans both as fanatics who were so filled with irrational hatred they could not think straight and made stupid mistakes—as well as cold-blooded efficient killers able to make millions of corpses disappear at will. This is fantasyland.
“The ability of an advanced society to justify the eradication of an entire people and culture was supported and even encouraged by age-old antisemitic tropes, some of which are present in our post-Holocaust global society."
More non-sense. Only Jews can spout tripe like this and get away with it. No one will contradict them. The chairman of Yad Vashem goes on:
"Yad Vashem works tirelessly to increase the knowledge and awareness of the history of the Holocaust, not only to ensure that its memory continues to be relevant 75 years after the end of WWII, but also as a tool to fight antisemitism, racism and xenophobia, alarming phenomena that are on the rise around the world today."
Dr. Moshe Kantor, Founder and President of the World Holocaust Forum (read about him), added his own over-the-top words to the stew:
“Antisemitism is a hatred that knows no boundaries, and has been adopted by multiple ideologies. Jews are relentlessly attacked by the Left, the Right, and the mainstream. This is another pivotal point in history where the leaders of the world have to stand up and act. Words are not enough, and I conceived of the World Holocaust Forum to be a place where we can create an action plan to aggressively fight back against antisemitism.”
“We are building a global coalition of leaders who can send a strong message that will resonate around the world that Antisemitism, in all its forms, is absolutely unacceptable.”
Their goal is to pass laws on a global scale criminalizing any words or actions against Jews—to put Jews, and Israel too, above the law and above criticism. There are to be no nationalist enclaves outside Israel where free speech can exist, where free thought is allowed. Everything will be monitored by Jews. Yet in spite of that, the elites of European society are committing to attend the Jerusalem conference! The cream of the crop for the Jewish organizers is Prince Charles, His Royal Highness, heir to the British Crown.
“Prince Charles is a figure of strong moral authority [ahem] and has long been recognized as a leading voice against intolerance, hate and antisemitism. That Prince Charles has chosen to attend our unprecedented conference on Holocaust remembrance and against antisemitism on his first official visit to Israel speaks volumes,”
said Moshe Kantor.
It surely does, as Charles is morally compromised by his affair with current wife Camilla during his marriage to Diana, and his shoddy treatment of wife Diana. There is nothing of moral authority in any member of that royal family. They are following the money like all other establishment members in good standing.
Heads of state from around the world that have already confirmed their attendence at this writing are: President of Russia Vladimir Putin, President of France Emmanuel Macron, President of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier, President of Italy Sergio Mattarella and President of Austria Alexander Van der Bellen.
Well can the organizers of the Fifth World Holocaust Forum feel satisfied that their plans are moving in the right direction for them. What about those of us who disagree? We need to do more than talk also: we need action. Go to www.jan27.org and share it with your friends.
And watch this space for further developments leading up to Monday, January 27th.
Source: Carolyn Yeager