Yesterday was Holocaust Memorial Day, prompting our Israeli correspondent MC to send these musings for the occasion.
“Hitler supported Zionism” in 1932 before going “mad and killing six million Jews”
— Comments by former London Mayor “Red Ken” Livingstone, reported by The Guardian, April 30,2016
Adolf was a Zionist!
Reflections on Holocaust Memorial Day
Iron Dome has effectively neutralized the missile as a weapon against the civilian population of Sderot, and while we still get the monthly missile, (which is still pretty scary), all has been relatively peaceful.
But we are up against clever and innovative demons, not intellectual children. A mass break-out from a terror tunnel could mean many casualties and a lasting legacy of fear, which is what everybody seems to want for our small ‘city’.
We have seen helicopters come over with what appears to be an anti-submarine MAD (magnetic anomaly detector) attached, and by their flight patterns suggest they are looking for the ‘big one’. Finding a tunnel is like picking the loaf of bread at the bakery with a hole inside it: one cannot detect the hole except by somehow detecting the nothing in amongst the surrounding something.
In Paris we saw what happens when the human demons get amongst ordinary, unarmed folk, people simply out enjoying themselves. It was pure luck that the bombers did not get inside the soccer stadium, where hundreds more might have been killed and maimed.
Paris was only a partial success, as far as terrorism goes. The same is true of Brussels and the suitcase bomb that did not go off. Soon these demons will make a clean sweep and the butcher’s bill of Islam will be even bloodier.
My city is under threat because good men fail to realize the problems and connect the dots. It is a “small county far away”, and a small minority of Muslims, and they are not real Muslims because Islam is a religion of peace and to criticize it is to be racist, blah, blah, blah. The lies used to perpetuate the problems are endless, as are the excuses used to coerce us into doing nothing about them.
Perhaps the worst lies are when the victims are blamed, as the 12-year-old victim of the Rotherham Muslim rapefest, who was arrested whilst her attackers went free.
Many in the Western world hold Israel and the Jooz to blame for all things evil, including the Islamic problem; where essentially the problem with Islam is deemed a new “Jewish problem” and world leaders will meet at the
Wannsee Sierra Pines Resort, in secret, to discuss a new solution to it.
If Israel were ethnically cleansed of Jews, (as has already been done in much of the rest of the Middle East), and the survivors (’cos it would not be uncontested) transported (in slave ships?) to the USA then “problem solved”.
The idea of “problem solved” came straight out of Islam, of course. The MP concerned represents Bradford South, one of the more notorious Muslim no-go areas in the UK. She does not really represent Labour; she is the political face of Islam, which is now fully infiltrated into both the main UK political parties. For most of my lifetime there was very little anti-Semitism in Europe, but then came the donkey cart: Saudi money pulling a shedload of free Imams and mosques, and all the anti-Semitic cockroaches come out of their hole to get a piece of the action.
Holocaust denial used to be limited to a few semi-criminal crack-pots like Irving, but now we have sponsored denial whilst at the same time the full exploitation of the shame-and-guilt brigade. Fear of Islamic terrorism is neither a phobia, nor is it racist. If those tunnels spew out their demonic hosts I will need new underwear.
I still have my naval officer’s sword, and my sons have offered to sharpen it for me. It is currently my only defense. Most Israelis are weapons trained, and Sderot could raise a militia very easily. If that tunnel breaks open and spews out a thousand warriors of Allah, then the first responders will die very quickly. There will then be a pause of several hours before reinforcements can be flown in. In the meantime, 900 fanatical survivors of the first battle will have free rein within an unarmed city.
To understand what happens, a study of the Fogel family is in order. There was no mercy, not even for a 4-year-old or a baby. These were ritual murders, dedicated to Allah, whose thirst for infidel blood knows no bounds, and where in particular the younger children were decapitated as part of the ritual. As I have mentioned before, the god of Islam needs to be appeased by human sacrifice; he demands it in his Koran.
So who pays for the tunnels and their murderous crews? You do, through your taxes and your donations to Islamic ‘charities’ and the United
Nihilists Nations and every time you buy food that has been marked as ‘halal’. Halal approval comes with a fee, some of which is funneled into terrorism.
If you are in the EU, then your rulers not only support the terrorists, but actively discriminate against Jewish goods. If you live in Norway, then your government helps pay the salaries of those same murderers of children.
Occupied? Well yes, the Holy Lands were most certainly illegally occupied by Jordan and Egypt in 1948. As to a 1967 ‘occupation’: we have to work through the mechanics of how one ‘occupies’ land which is already occupied. The League of Nations ceded the land (at the time occupied by Britain who had liberated it from hundreds of years of Ottoman Muslim occupation) as a Jewish Homeland in 1922. This is the only instance of International law which applies; UN resolution 181 was advisory and rejected by the Arab league anyway (neither Israel nor ‘Palestine’ existed at the time). The Arab league made war against Israel (assisted by the British and their ex-Nazi cronies) and lost, so the same rulings which applied against Ottoman Turk and German Nazi warmongers should have applied, but somehow it is never straightforward where Jews are concerned.
Sderot is a small city in an exposed situation. The Gaza border is about three miles away from where I sit. I could move to another city, I suppose. It would be sensible, but why should I give in to a genuine fear of Islam and become just another dhimmi?
I left the UK because I have doubts about both the will and the ability of the British government to properly defend its Jews. Hundreds of religious Jews are leaving Europe for the same reason. The secular Jews are, well, secular, and can often be part of the problem. However, I would point out that those who massacre Jews in particular do not usually stop to enquire as to their political beliefs.
The Jewish state of Israel was created because humanity cannot be trusted not to kill Jews; it is what people do, Jews included. Ben Gurion, the famous Israeli Labour leader and first Prime Minister of Israel, did not want Shtetl (Eastern European) Jews in Israel; it did not fit with his utopian socialist ideas of Tel Aviv as a western European city of advanced culture. He co-operated with the British occupiers and left the shtetls to the tender mercies of the National Socialists.
We know that Muslim immigrants do not assimilate, and that they also bring their seventh century barbarisms with them in their baggage. They also bring with them a vicious hatred of Jews and all things obviously Jewish (but not mobile phones).
Jews, on the other hand, have tried to assimilate and failed. That they have failed is epitomized by Ken Livingstone, recently suspended from the UK Labour party for describing Adolf Hitler as a Zionist until he went insane and murdered millions of Jews.
Livingstone was defending a Muslim detractor of Jews referred to above; an MP who needed to slander Jews to get elected in her home constituency of Bradford South. For Muslims, damnation of Israel and Jews is virtue-signaling.
In defending this politician, Livingstone made two statements. The first was that Adolf Hitler was a Zionist because he wanted to ethnically cleanse Germany of Jews and send them somewhere, anywhere, but to Palestine if possible.
Secondly, he stated that Hitler went insane and murdered Jews; but there is no proof that AH was ever insane, even if he was recipient of some nasty barbiturate concoctions from his personal doctor (who may have been insane).
Hitler hated Jews. He stated this in Mein Kampf (1923) and it never changed, sane or not. But post-WW1 Europe considered it had a Jewish problem. It believed Jews had too much political influence and ‘owned’ too much of European infrastructure and economy, and it has not changed much.
Livingstone, too, considers Jews a problem, and seeks to mitigate Hitler’s murderous hatred by justifying it as ‘insanity’. In which case all Europe was insane, because not only did almost all of Europe refuse Jewish migrants fleeing Nazi Germany, but much of it also assisted in their demise.
To the likes of Livingstone there is a difference between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism, and also between anti-Semitism and racism. Both the formers are more acceptable relative to the latters, and can therefore be justified.
While the Jewish State of Israel was the underdog, it had the support of the likes of Livingstone. With the invention of ‘Palestine’ in 1963 an under-underdog entity was created out of Arab malice and KGB ingenuity to blindside Israel and the Jews, and the nations fell for it. They had a new and malevolent underdog (and could kick the dirty Joo as well). At the same time, Yasser Arafat of the PLO famously sent a delegation to Vietnam to learn how to recruit useful idiots, particularly from the American left.
All Jews who keep Torah are Zionists:
Psalm 137:1 By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. [Zion = Jerusalem]
This Psalm can be shown to have been written at least a thousand years before Mohammed’s hordes crusaded out of Arabia, and is probably more than 1,200 years older. But moral relativity ignores history and looks only at the now, and there are more Muslim votes in the UK than Jewish votes.
“I’m big; you’re small. I’m right; you’re wrong,” says Mrs. Trunchbull whilst bullying Matilda (see Roald Dahl’s book Matilda).
Livingstone and his ilk also suffer from extreme ignorance. Herzl, the father of Zionism, was a convert to Christianity who watched the horror of the Dreyfus Affair in France and realized that Jews are actually not allowed to assimilate (Captain Dreyfus, a Jew, was accused of revealing the secrets of the new soixante-quinze artillery piece to the Germans. To hide the fact that a titled member of the nobility had done it, Dreyfus was framed and imprisoned for many years, even when it was obvious he was innocent. Jews are expendable).
So Zionism was a reaction to gross anti-Semitism, and was a Christian’s answer to the Jewish problem pre-WW1. anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism are inextricably linked in history, and to describe ethnic cleansing of Jews from Germany as ‘Zionism’ is tantamount to a schoolboy howler.
Of course, Livingstone is not alone in these distortions. One can find similar remarks even in the comments section of GoV.
So here I sit on Holocaust Memorial Day, a blot on the landscape, wondering what I did to deserve such a history of grief and terror. Whatever Jooz are guilty of, I didn’t do it. Sorry for breathing; here let me pay you for the air. Here is a jizya of apology. All day yesterday, and for three days before that we could hear and feel the mortar bombs and the retaliations. “Who, me?” Said Hamas on the international stage.
“Be my friends,” said Jeremy Corbyn, Livingstone’s boss. “We’ll turn a blind eye to your war crimes, after all, Jooz are just European garbage. You guys, Hezbollah and Hamas, are welcome to them…”
Do you think Merkel would open EU borders to Jewish refugees if it was Israel under attack and not Syria?
MC lives in the southern Israeli city of Sderot. For his previous essays, see the MC Archives.