Open Season on Catholics in Paris

As reported in the news feed earlier this week, last Saturday a procession of Catholics was ambushed on the street in Paris by antifas and other far-left thugs. The participants in the procession were commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Catholic martyrs of the Paris Commune, who were massacred by communards on May 28, 1871 (see this Breitbart article).

I don’t need to tell you that French antifas are devout atheists who revere the Paris Commune and loathe Catholics.

The following video features a TV interview with a Catholic priest named Michel Viot, who was one of the participants in last Saturday’s procession. Pay close attention to what Fr. Viot says about Muslims in the final part (5:02-5:52) of the video.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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Culture-Enriching Jew-Hatred in Germany — It’s the AfD’s Fault!

Beatrix von Storch is the deputy leader of the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany) and a member of the Bundestag. She gave the following speech in the Bundestag in the wake of the orgies of Jew-hatred on the part of culture-enrichers during a recent pro-Palestinian demonstration in Gelsenkirchen in the midst of Hamas rocket attacks on Israel.

Many thanks to Oz-Rita for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling.

Below is the introduction to the video written by Beatrix von Storch, also translated by Oz-Rita:

May 20, 2021

When Merkel, [President of the Bundestag Wolfgang] Schäuble and company have to admit that Jews cannot move freely in our country, this is more than ‘just’ the capitulation of the German constitutional state to imported Islamic anti-Semitism. Under Merkel, the fight against Jew-hatred has become an empty phrase, just the usual blather of consternation instead of decisive measures to protect Jewish citizens and institutions. There is no need to talk about the insufferable CSU man [MEP Manfred] Weber in Brussels, who blames the AfD for the riots, given his obviously massive intellectual deficits.

Imported Islamic Jew-hatred and its organisations must be fought with the utmost force or banned in Germany, and the foreign financing of mosques in our country, especially by the anti-Semite Erdogan, must be stopped immediately.

The terrorist organisation Hamas in the Gaza Strip and its rocket attacks on Israel must no longer be supported through German and EU funding of the so-called UN relief agency UNRWA. Germany funded UNRWA to the tune of €173 million in 2020 and the EU funded the terrorist supporters to the tune of €157 million.

The BDS movement is the connecting link between left-wing and Muslim anti-Semitism. This common front is directed against Israel, Germany and the West. It reaches from Iran to the Greens, from Hezbollah to Black Lives Matter, from Hamas to Fridays for Future.

As the AfD parliamentary group, we call on the federal government to finally act decisively, to protect Jewish citizens in Germany and Israel from their Muslim enemies and to close the decades-old dictionary of platitudes. The time of hollow phrases is over.

The article below discusses MEP Manfred Weber’s blaming of the AfD for the upsurge in Islamic Jew-hatred in Germany.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this piece from PolitikStube:

Disgusting agitation: Manfred Weber (CSU) gives the AfD joint responsibility for anti-Semitic protests

Those responsible for migration policy have opened the gates for the massive influx of Muslims and also for Islamists and Jew-haters, and thus additionally promoted anti-Semitism in Germany.

In order to distract from their own failure and guilt for the situation, Manfred Weber (CSU) says the AfD, of all people, the only party that has repeatedly warned against these conditions and the immigration of radical Muslims for years, shares responsibility for the anti-Semitic protests in the wake of the escalating Middle East conflict.

Manfred Weber is certain that the AfD is jointly responsible for the hordes of Muslim Jew-haters who roaringly spread their anti-Jewish chants in German cities.

Can one speak of character assassination against better judgment when a CSU politician tramples or twists the truth in such a way?

Berliner Morgenpost:

Manfred Weber (CSU) assigned joint responsibility to parties like the AfD for the anti-Semitic protests in the wake of the escalating Middle East conflict. “Radicals like the AfD in Germany or Le Pen in France have fueled border shifts in anti-Semitism,” said the chairman of the EPP group.

“You have to be named as the founder of such excesses.”

Anti-Semitism shows itself on the streets in Europe and on the net in a terrifying way, complained Weber.

“Politicians must take a clear position against anti-Semitism in every form; the rule of law must act consistently.”

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What Lies Beneath: President Biden’s Deceptive Acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide

In the following essay David Boyajian makes the case that President Biden’s recent acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide is less than it seems.

What Lies Beneath: President Biden’s Deceptive Acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide

by David Boyajian

President Biden’s April 24 statement acknowledging the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923+) carried out by Turkey was welcome but flawed. Indeed, “Turkey” appears nowhere in the document. Moreover, the State Department swiftly undermined Biden’s virtuous-sounding words.

American acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide isn’t even new. The U.S. House has passed several resolutions on the Genocide. And a nearly unanimous Congress did so in 2019.

Presidents going back to Woodrow Wilson have described the Armenian ordeals with language such as: an effort to exterminate all Armenians; terrible massacres; mass killings; death marches; and an ancient [Armenian] homeland was erased. If these don’t describe genocide, the word is meaningless.

In 1951, the State Department cited the Armenian “massacres [as a] crime of genocide” in a filing at the International Court of Justice. In 1981, President Reagan included “the genocide of Armenians” in a Holocaust proclamation.

Genocide acknowledgements should not — like car insurance — lapse if not renewed annually. Will the Holocaust become a non-genocide next year if the White House happens to overlook it?

Still, the president’s statement is noteworthy. It could even reinvigorate several Armenian American lawsuits against Turkey. But the statement has problems.

It tries to take the heat off today’s Republic of Turkey by blaming only “Ottoman-era … authorities” for the Genocide.

After the Allies defeated Ottoman Turkey in WWI (1918), Ottoman General Mustafa Kemal’s (Ataturk) forces continued to massacre Armenians, Assyrians, and Greeks. Kemal also ordered that Armenia be “politically and physically eliminated.” When he established the Turkish Republic in 1923, Kemal appointed Ottoman genocidists and continued to persecute Christians.

Thus, as President Erdogan himself has confirmed, his country is a “continuation” of Ottoman Turkey. Knowing this, the Turkish Republic has always tried to evade accountability for the Genocide.

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Sderot: Day Eleven

Our Israeli correspondent MC sends a new report that includes new material on yesterday’s missile attack on Sderot. (Previously: Day 1, Day 2, Days 3 and 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7, Day 10.)


Sderot: The two photos above show damage caused by Palestinian missiles on May 19, 2021.

Sderot: Day Eleven

by MC

Quiet so far. I have to go to Ashdod today. Like the Baron I have eye trouble, but mine is glaucoma, and the consultant has to decide how to treat it.

Last night’s missile attack was the closest yet. I walked down there this morning and took some photos, old-fashioned Olympus in hand…

There were about three (maybe more) missiles, and some Iron Dome intercepts, but from what I can make out, two landed.

The nearest hit the road about a yard away from a parked car. Two ambulances took away local people. I assume they were suffering from shock; it was all very loud.

The electricity went out, but dinner was on the gas stove, so that was OK, and we were only about two hours without power.

In the photos you can see the scarring in the road and the shrapnel damage to the cars around.

I would emphasise that this is a residential area of a small city (a small town by UK standards), and that Hamas is so beloved of Sleepy Joe and his Democrat friends. The House voted to continue to allow unrestricted financial support for Hamas by third parties (Sweden, Norway the EU and Qatar).

So you see pictures here of an acceptable war crime. It is acceptable to the Left because they are the ‘Fourth Reich’ and the immolation of Jews, any Jews, is acceptable. Joe is no Adolf; he is more like a Goering, a cruel bumptious useful idiot.

Tyranny is as tyranny does, so we have censorship, we have travel restriction via a reisepass:

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Who Are the Jew-Haters of Malmö?

The following opinion article about culture-enriching Jew-hatred in the southern Swedish city of Malmö was published by Nyheter Idag before the recent Palestinian aggression against Israel began.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for the translation:

Nothing is resolved in the question of Malmö’s imported Jew-hatred

Schoolchildren should read biographies of Holocaust survivors, Holocaust-denying should be forbidden, Holocaust museums should be established, and everyone displays their good set of values. In reality, everyone is busy saying the right things without doing anything about the problem itself. That more and more Jews are leaving Sweden’s third-largest city is secondary to the warped reasoning that Malmö’s anti-Semitism has become. Ann-Catherine Björk and Edward Nordén, from the Medborgerlig Samling Party in Skåne, write about anti-Semitism and lying in Malmö.

This year as well, discussion about Malmö’s anti-Semitism came and went. It comes every year after problems and harassment increase in spite of the admonitions and condemnations from politicians and leaders. In reality, the debate on anti-racism and the 1930s has never been louder at the same time Jews are leaving Sweden’s third-largest city because of harassment and threats. This results in discussions about what is really going on in Malmö.

The Jewish congregation in Malmö was founded in 1871, and its formation occurred about ten years after the law that forbade Jews to settle wherever they wanted throughout Sweden was abolished. Neither Jews nor anti-Semitism are new features in Sweden’s third-largest city. But it is still possible that so many Jews want to leave Skåne’s largest city that there will be no substantial Jewish population in Malmö within ten years or so. What will happen then? All politicians and journalists know what is happening, but not everyone else does.

This year’s debate on anti-Semitism began with a report that the city of Malmö commissioned. The report states that anti-Semitism in Malmö is a real problem with clear victims, but the question is more multi-faceted than it is sometimes described.

There is reason to assume that almost all Jewish children in Malmö have been exposed to anti-Semitism, also in the form of harassment and threats. Both extreme right and extreme left are named, and it is likely that this is the “multi-faceted” that the authors of the report are referring to. What stands out, however, is what is usually called “imported anti-Semitism”. The Jew-hatred that comes with migrants from the Middle East and North Africa. Excused by many Swedish politicians as “criticism of Israel”, and thereby legitimized by some of the city’s leading Social Democrat politicians.

It is Malmö where the government party’s youth association chants, “Crush Zionism,” while at the same time the government warns about the 1930s, and at the same time Malmö’s Social Democrats want to have a Holocaust museum and investigate anti-Semitism in the city. The investigation is conducted by a politician whose youth association (Young Left) also sings rhymes about “crushing Zionism”. All this in a city where they have held demonstrations with hundreds of people who chant about killing Jews and that we should remember Khaybar.

The rhyme in Arabic is, “Khaybar, Khaybar — ya Yahud, jaysh Muhammad saufa ya’ud”, and means approximately, “Khaybar, Khaybar — Oh Jews — Muhammad’s army will return.” This refers to the battle at Khaybar in the year 628 when the Prophet Muhammad took the city and subjugated the Jews. The town of Khaybar lies 150 km north of Medina in today’s Saudi Arabia. The Shia terror militia Hezbollah has named rockets after Khaybar. Rockets fired at Israel.

Those who took part in demonstrations in Malmö were also from this approximate geographical background. Also, those who threw firebombs at synagogues in Gothenburg and demonstrated in Malmö. The demonstration was also followed by firebombs outside the Jewish chapel. When the Danish politician and provocateur Rasmus Paludan burned a Koran last year, there was a riot and also then screams of Khaybar and Jews.

Paludan was stopped at the border, and Malmö’s politicians expressed happiness that Malmö escaped racism, hate, and incitement. But people smite their foreheads in dismay. In reality, many have breathed a sigh of relief because they have lost control of anti-Semitism, hate, and the violence that follows. Nothing is solved. That is why we will hear the same monologues next year as well.

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Sderot: Day Seven

Hamas is still launching missiles into Israel from Gaza, but the frequency seems to be decreasing. Below is a brief report from MC. (Previously: Day 1, Day 2, Days 3 and 4, Day 5, Day 6)

Sderot: Day Seven

by MC

All quiet on the Gaza front.

Is it exhaustion?

Is it logistics?

Who knows…

Meanwhile it is Shavuot (Pentecost). There is the occasional bang, but they mostly seem to be outgoing.

There is talk of a ceasefire — we shall see.

MC lives in the southern Israeli city of Sderot. For his previous essays, see the MC Archives.

Sderot: Day Six

Below is MC’s latest report on the Hamas missile attack from Gaza and the Israeli response. (Previously: Day 1, Day 2, Days 3 and 4, Day 5.)

Sderot: Day Six

by MC

I had hope for today. It was all very quiet until about 4:00pm; then the missiles started, but again not in the volumes of previous days.

We had a visitor from Jerusalem this afternoon. He reported a very tense situation which could explode into a very violent confrontation. Many more Jews are prepared to take the law into their own hands, and the rioting Arabs will reap a whirlwind. Most Israeli men (and many women) have military experience; Arabs have not.

There is a difference this time around, it is almost a determination to see it through. Hamas needs to be put down, Hamas must understand that whatever their quarrel is with the Palestinian Authority, Israel is no political poodle.

Biden is weak and pathetic, but that cuts both ways, because for all the pro-Palestine rhetoric in the Democrat party, only Israel can save his face (and his derriere) over Iran.

The USA now lacks air superiority over the Gulf. The Iranian gunboats, purchased with US taxpayer’s money courtesy of the Obama money pallets, can swarm any selected target, including a fleet carrier.

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Sderot: Day Five

Our Israeli correspondent MC sends this update with the latest on the situation in Sderot.

Sderot: Day 5

by MC

It is Shabbat and quiet. There are still a few projectiles flying around, but the tempo has decreased dramatically. News station that operate on Shabbat are reporting street incidents between Arab rioters and Israeli vigilante groups.

Arabs in Israel are split between Christian (Maronite) and Muslim, with the Muslims in the majority, but some of those Muslims are Druse, who tend to be more pro-Israel. The street fighting is worrying, but on the whole Israeli Arabs are better off in Israel than in any of the surrounding states and they know it. The have full and complete Israeli citizenship, enhanced by a form of positive discrimination in higher education (there are many in the universities who believe in equality of outcome).

Islam tends to endow its victims with a paucity of ‘spirit’. The curiosity is that Jews and Christians who have been despised minorities in Arab lands continue to display this paucity of spirit. The generations of Jews who fled North Africa in the early fifties brought with them the Dhimmi attitude, which is only now dissipating in the third generation.

One of the major unheralded achievements of Israel has been the absorption of millions of desperate immigrants, first those fleeing from Czarist Russia, followed by refugees from Nazi Germany, then from the Muslim world after the war of Independence (1948), and finally from the USSR. Recently we have seen those who are fleeing the growing wokist anti-Semitism in Europe and the USA.

That latest batch includes me and my family, of course. Those who survived the Germans were the ones who got out early. There is a constant undertow of anti-Semitism from the Left in the UK, and as the so-called ‘Conservative’ party moves slowly to the political left, increasing Muslim anti-Semitism goes unchecked.

But all these immigrants to Israel had/have things in common: their Jewish identity, and a desire to become part of Israel. There are no ‘economic’ migrants to Israel. Nobody comes to exploit and asset-strip; they come here for safety. Perhaps the biggest problems have been with Russians pretending to be Jews and the Yemenites who, through no fault of their own, were exploited by the socialist government of Ben Gurion.

Much of the Arab/Israeli problem is the result of the British preference for Arab/Muslim over Jew, and thus huge Muslim immigration in the late ’20s, ’30s and ’40s (Biden beware). In 1922 Britain wanted a colony, but instead they got a Mandate (thanks to the USA) to build a Jewish homeland. Britain allowed unrestricted Muslim entry, but strictly controlled Jewish resettlement. Of the ‘refugees’ who fled during the War of Independence, a huge majority had only recently been brought in by the British for war work. They have lived ever since courtesy of UNRWA and the taxpayers of the USA and Europe.

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Matteo Salvini Speaks to the Jewish Community of Rome

On the day after Hamas began launching missiles into Israel from Gaza, former Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, the leader of the Lega, spoke to members of the Jewish Community of Rome. The following video shows excerpts from his remarks.

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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Sderot: Days Three and Four

An unidentified email glitch prevented MC’s Day Three report from coming in early enough to be posted yesterday, so I’ve combined Days Three and Four into a single post.

Sderot: Days Three and Four

by MC

Day Three

So the superiority of Iron Dome is now moot, and once more innocent civilians in Sderot, including young children, are dying. New names will have to be added to the memorial in the centre of town.

When one bombs civilians, it is indiscriminate. It is, for example, difficult to justify the bombing of Dresden, Hamburg and Tokyo, but in the end responsibility lies with him who started the aggression. Was there a need for Germany to invade Poland, or for Japan to attack Pearl Harbour?

The people of Gaza chose to be represented by Hamas in free and fair elections, knowing that Hamas was/is a terrorist organization and would attack Israel no matter what.

Israel on the whole is benevolent towards Gaza. We GIVE them money, electricity, food and water, and this they accept without acknowledgement; in fact they repay it with harsh words and actions, in line with the Muslim belief of absolute entitlement.

Let me emphasise again: Gaza is not ‘occupied’ and there is no Jewish presence in Gaza, but like their Nazi forebears, they want the their ‘Sudetenland’ and their ‘Danzig’.

Worse, many nations, and particularly those who accommodated the Nazis in the 1930s, encourage Hamas, and show their contempt for the Jewish State of Israel by calling for ‘restraint’ and ‘proportionate response’. These are diplomatic weasel words that can be defined by the utterer any way that they want.

The actions of Israel are studied under the microscope of world public opinion, where Hamas gets a clear slate. One need only to look at the Goldstone Report:

The United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict, also known as the Goldstone Report, was a team established in April 2009 pursuant to Resolution A/HRC/RES/S-9/1 of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) of 12 January 2009, following the Gaza War as an independent international fact-finding mission “to investigate all violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law by the occupying Power, Israel, against the Palestinian people throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory, particularly in the occupied Gaza Strip, due to the current aggression”. South African jurist Richard Goldstone was appointed to head the mission. The other co-authors of the Report were Hina Jilani, Christine Chinkin and Desmond Travers.

Israel refused to cooperate with the investigation, claiming anti-Israel bias in the UNHRC.

One can look at just the first paragraph above and see the problems. This was ‘fact finding’, but only relevant to Israeli actions and in ‘occupied’ Gaza. Bias and misinformation which Goldstone should have scotched immediately, but of course ‘he who pays the piper’ applies, and Goldstone later walked back his claims.

The NYT loves to portray Hamas as appearing to respond to Israeli aggression because the fits with the woke idea of the ‘poor Palestinians’ and the nasty jooz. We have been seeing a lot of this anti-Semitism by proxy in the last decade. It is fashionable in leftist circles to only look at the history of the conflict from 1968 onwards. But the history goes back into the Ottoman ‘occupation’ and before.

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Questions for the First Muslim Federal Judicial Nominee

The following post is from the Sharia TipSheet, as reposted at the United West.

Questions for the First Muslim Federal Judicial Nominee

The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for the first Muslim federal judicial nominee is set for Wednesday April 28th. Zahid Quraishi, if confirmed, would become a federal judge for the U.S. District of New Jersey.

Given the numerous ways Islamic doctrine conflicts with the U.S. Constitution, Quraishi should be asked the following questions (which have been provided to the Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee) at the hearing:

It has been reported you are a Muslim. While there is no religious test for federal office, the Senate and the American people are entitled to know whether your religious beliefs are compatible or incompatible with U.S. law — the law which, if you are confirmed, you will be asked to swear to uphold. As a preliminary question, do you as a Muslim affirm and adhere to Islamic doctrine from the Quran, hadith, and other authoritative Islamic sources?

Islamic doctrine holds that sharia law should be the supreme law of the land throughout the entire world. It further holds that sharia law is divine in origin and thus superior to any human-made law, including the U.S. Constitution. If confirmed, you will be asked to swear an oath you will uphold the U.S. Constitution, which by virtue of its Article VI, is the supreme law of the land. Do you renounce the portions of Islamic doctrine calling for the supremacy of sharia law and the subjugation of all human-made law to sharia law?

Islamic doctrine holds that jihad is the means by which the supremacy of sharia law is to be achieved. Do you renounce the portions of Islamic doctrine calling for jihad to achieve sharia supremacy?

What role, if any, should sharia law play in federal cases? In family law?

Will you go on record now and state that our First Amendment right to freedom of speech gives the right to anyone in the United States to criticize or disagree with your prophet Muhammad, and will you also go on record now and state that you support and defend anyone’s right to criticize or disagree with your prophet Muhammad, and that you condemn anyone who threatens death or physical harm to another person who is exercising that right?

Our First Amendment guarantees freedom of religion in the United States. As part of that freedom, anyone in the United States has the right to join or leave any religion, or have no religion at all. Will you go on record now and state that you support and defend the idea that in the United States a Muslim has not only the freedom to leave Islam, but to do so without fear of physical harm, and will you also go on record now and state that you condemn anyone who threatens physical harm to a Muslim who is exercising that freedom?

According to the words of Allah found in Quran 5:38 and the teachings of your prophet Muhammad, amputation of a hand is an acceptable punishment for theft. But our U.S. Constitution, which consists of man-made laws, has the Eighth Amendment that prohibits cruel and unusual punishment such as this. Do you agree with Allah and your prophet Muhammad that amputation of a hand is an acceptable punishment for theft in the United States, or do you believe that our man-made laws prohibiting such punishments are true laws and are to be followed instead of this 7th Century command of Allah and teaching of Muhammad?

According to the words of Allah found in Quran 4:3, Muslim men are allowed, but not required, to be married to up to four wives. Being married to more than one wife in the United States is illegal according to our man-made bigamy laws. Do you agree with Allah that it is legal for a Muslim man in the United States to be married to more than one woman, or do you believe that our man-made laws prohibiting bigamy are true laws and are to be followed instead of this 7th Century command of Allah?

Do you affirm or renounce the following from Islamic sources and scholars:

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Key U.S. Air Base in Turkey Sits on Property Stolen From Armenians During the Genocide

The following article was previously published by The Fresno Bee. See the original for the embedded links.


U.S. Air Force personnel walk past an entry at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey.
[Staff Sgt. Rebecca A. Woodrow, U.S. Air Force]

Key U.S. air base in Turkey sits on property stolen from Armenians during the genocide

by David Boyajian

Suppose the U.S. built and operated a military base in Germany on property confiscated from Jews during the Holocaust. America, Jewish Americans, Germany, and Israel would have reached a principled resolution years ago.

Now consider Incirlik (EEN-jeer-leek) Air Base in Turkey. American taxpayers and the Army Corps of Engineers built it 67 years ago. Its 3,320 acres are home to the U.S. Air Force’s 39th Air Base Wing, B-61 nuclear weapons, thousands of American military personnel, and American businesses.

Turkey stole many of those acres from Christian Armenian families during the 1915-23 Armenian Genocide. Relatives of such Armenian families fled to the U.S. and settled in cities like Fresno.

Yet the U.S. State Department has habitually shielded Turkey from accountability in this and related instances.

The air base knows its past, though. In 2007, then base commander, Col. Murrell Stinnette, held a “Town Hall meeting [on Congress’s] Armenian Genocide Resolution.” The base encourages visits to Levonkla, a nearby 12th century Armenian castle.

Turkey committed genocide against 1.5 million Armenians and seized nearly everything they owned in cities and towns such as Incirlik: homes, businesses, ancient churches and monasteries, farms, schools, personal property, valuables, antiquities, and bank accounts.

In Los Angeles Federal Court in 2010, Americans Alex Bakalian, Anais Haroutunian, and Rita Mahdessian sued Turkey, its Central Bank, and Ziraat Bank for confiscating their relatives’ Incirlik property (122 acres) during the genocide.

The plaintiffs sought over $65 million based on the land’s market value, plus a portion of Incirlik rent that Turkey had collected from the U.S. as of 2010.

Days earlier, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals had upheld California Law 354.4. Modeled after California’s Holocaust claims statutes, the law extended through 2016 the period during which Turkey could be sued.

In 2019, however, the same court decided against the plaintiffs: the lawsuit was “time-barred” due to statute of limitations guidelines.

Similar lawsuits have yielded mixed results.

Many Armenians bought life insurance from New York Life, AXA France, and Germany’s Victoria Versicherung AG before the genocide. But the companies shamefully avoided paying surviving family members. In 2004-5, NY Life and AXA France settled out of court for $40 million.

The German firm evaded responsibility even though Germany — Turkey’s WWI ally — facilitated the Genocide.

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Ominous Passover Puppets in Norrköping

The following article from the Swedish town of Norrköping reports on puppets left hanging outside a synagogue at the beginning of Passover. A written message accompanied the puppets, but at the time of translation there were no reports on exactly what it said.

For the last twenty years or so the majority of incidents of Jew-hatred in Western Europe have been perpetrated by Muslim immigrants or their descendants. In the case of Norrköping, however, it appears that actual native Scandinavian neo-Nazis may have been involved — unless, of course, the incident was a false flag.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from the Swedish Christian daily newspaper Dagen:

Puppets hanged at synagogue in Norrköping

Police investigate agitation against groups — appeal for tips

[Photo caption: On Sunday, puppets were found hanging in a position outside the synagogue of Norrköping]

by Johannes Ottestig
March 28, 2021

On Sunday morning, police answered an alert from the synagogue in Norrköping after the public at large saw puppets hanging in position. In connection with this, a written message was also found.

Police in Östergötland state that the police patrol that proceeded to the synagogue carried out a photo-documentation and the objects were seized. A preliminary investigation into agitation against an [ethnic] group [hets mot folkgrupp] has been initiated.

At present there are no suspects, but police have received tips and also urge people who were in the vicinity of the synagogue on Sunday morning to come forward with additional information.

The Jewish Passover, Pesach, began on Saturday evening and goes into next week. Police in Östergötland state that they are conscious of the holiday and that patrols will be conducted around Jewish locations in the city to the extent possible.

Recurring anti-Semitism

Norrköping, together with Stockholm and Gothenburg, is one of the three cities where Jews at the end of the 1700s were given the right to conduct business and settle. But in spite of the Jewish presence in the city— and the city’s synagogue, which was inaugurated in 1858 — anti-Semitic acts have become recurrent in Norrköping in recent years.

For example, in the summer of 2014, rocks were thrown into the synagogue. In April of 2019, flags and banners with swastikas were hung in several places in the city, and also in April of last year the same thing happened again. Nazi graffiti was also discovered, and in September of last year, in connection with the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur, the Nordic Resistance Movement (NMR) demonstrated outside the synagogue, and posters were put up in several places in the city.

Afterward, members of the Jewish congregation, who for sake of security wished to be anonymous, told Norrköpings Tidningar that they were living in constant fear.

The Rantings of a Tschandala

Our Israeli correspondent MC explores the historical roots of 21st-century Wokism.

The rantings of a Tschandala

by MC

“The fate of our times is characterized by rationalization and intellectualization and, above all, by the disenchantment of the world.”

“Precisely the ultimate and most sublime values have retreated from public life either into the transcendental realm of mystic life or into the brotherliness of direct and personal human relations.”

― Max Weber

I am in my 70th year. I was born in 1951, the year the King died.

For most of my life we have been in the post-WW2 ‘hot’ peace — Korea, Suez, Aden, Cyprus, Israel, Vietnam, Malaysia (I was there), Israel, Oman, Northern Ireland (I have the medal for this one), Falklands, Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen and probably more in India, Pakistan, Burma/Myanmar, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Grenada, Angola, Mozambique, Rhodesia/Zimbabwe.

But only now do I get shivers down my spine as the moderating hand of Western Civilization circles the plughole prior to disappearing down the drain.

The long struggle to remove slavery from the equation, to deliver some degree of liberty to all and sundry is in the process of failing, failing because Karl Marx and his sponsors did not like mere Christianity.

It is no accident that civilization and Christianity have walked hand in hand. Here in Israel we are celebrating Pesach (Passover) in memory of the time in which Yahovah brought His people (and a lot of Egyptians — the Mixed Multitude) out of slavery and into a new land.

Tomorrow is Bikkurim, the festival of first fruits, signalling the end of Matzos (Unleavened Bread) and the beginning of the counting of the Omer leading up to Shauvot (Pentecost).

I am a biblical fundamentalist. I start at the beginning of the book, not the middle, and that is the difference. Christianity is the religion of Constantine, an amalgam of the religions of Rome in the third century; Mithras, Celebe, Dagon and Jesus amongst others, but based on the Ten Commandments of the Jews.

It is those ten commandment that led to the enlightenment and to the industrial revolution, and above all, to contract law and legal systems which made farming and commerce (and mining/drilling) — and therefore manufacturing — viable. A law applicable both to rulers and the ruled.

For the first fifty years of my life, these things seemed set in stone, but Marx had set in motion a set of forces that put man’s commandments above God’s commandments. The leaven of the Pharisees 2: intellectuals know best!

Under Marxist theory, the rules only apply to the ruled; the elite can do as they please. This used to be called Feudalism, but Marx picked it up, cleaned and polished it and rebranded it under new management — bold, sexy and utopian.

No churches, no priests, no landlords, everybody equal — just commissars and apparatchiks ‘caring’ and sharing their superiority (with the help the odd persuader or two)….

We all know how that worked out, it was later revamped as Fascism (Statism) and then as Nazism (Leader {Fuhrer} Worship). It is a little-known fact that the Nazi Party did not sign the 1945 surrender document; only the military did. Thus the government did not surrender as such, and Nazism did not die, it relocated, it morphed into something maybe even more deadly. But that’s ‘conspiracy theory’.

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