By opening the migrant floodgates, Germany’s Muslim population reached six million according to a gloating Zionist. Jack Engelhard, in an editorial written for the rabidly-Zionist Arutz Sheva website in 2015, claims this as “the same number of Jews that the Germans sent to the gas chambers merely a generation ago. We called it Karma and a trade, Muslims for Jews, that Germany will rue.”
Given his own Talmudic training, it’s no surprise that Engelhard evokes the significance of the six million. The number itself originated within a numerology-obsessed Judaism. And Engelhard is obviously not the first to capitalize on the holocaust for political reasons, but he alludes to a new propaganda line that to “atone” for the “six million” lost Jews, Germany in particular and Europe in general are expected to open their borders to unfettered immigration from mostly Muslim countries.
“Jews should rejoice at the fact that Christian Europe is losing its identity as a punishment for what it did to us for the hundreds of years we were in exile there,” gloated Rabbi Baruch Efrati, yeshiva head and rabbi of the West Bank settlement of Efrat, in November 2012. Under the title “Islamization of Europe a good thing,” Efrati praised the Kalergite displacement of Europeans within their homelands as a punishment for their “slaughtering millions of our children, women and elderly. Not just in the recent Holocaust, but throughout the generations.” In 2015, Efrati linked Islamization to the “total destruction” of “Edom-Europe” that will then usher in the awaited Jewish “messiah”. “Is it good news that Islam invades Europe? It’s excellent news! It means the coming of the Messiah.”
This joining of holocaust propaganda with the hypocritical push for unrestricted borders in Europe and majority-white nations (but not Israel or other regions) has forged an alliance of Jewish and Muslim groups against indigenous Europeans. One way this manifests is censoring “anti-Semitism” and “Islamophobia” as twin evils that indigenous Europeans must continuously apologize for, no matter how much the Jews and Muslims in our midst openly hate the “goyim” and “kuffar”, desiring the ultimate messianic triumph of their respective faiths on the ruins of our European heritage.
Jewish pressure groups set the stage by suppressing or even prosecuting “anti-Semitism” in many countries, and this is now being capitalized by Muslims who want to extend the Cult of Political Correctness into outlawing dissent against Islam. This one-sided narrative holds that the “goy” and “kaffir” must police their own thoughts and ensure they bend over backwards to accommodate Jewish and Muslim interests without question. Even the natural desire to preserve one’s people and culture from extinction, is castigated as “racist” since it conflicts with these interests.
A group of Muslim schoolgirls from Berlin were allegedly insulted by Polish locals on a field trip to concentration camps. The BBC report merely stated: “The Holocaust is a sensitive topic for many Muslims because Jewish survivors settled in British-mandate Palestine, on land which later became the state of Israel.” Yet this was enough to make the liberal BBC cave into Political Correctness and retract the report, after a joint statement by the Board of Deputies of British Jews and Fiyaz Mughal, founder of Tell MAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks) found it “offensive”.
How a report simply stating the fact of post-WWII Jewish immigration to Palestine can be “offensive” wasn’t explained by the statement, but what’s significant is what it left unsaid: The dispute between Jews and Muslims in the Middle East is something that Jewish and Muslim groups in Europe are increasingly abandoning, and focusing their joint attentions on breaking up traditional European societies while jealously guarding their own respective traditions.
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Defining his organization as an “Islamophobia Monitoring Group”, Mughal wrote an editorial for Times of Israel in April 2017 wherein he urged his fellow Muslims to abandon “anti-Semitism” because of the leading role of Jews in opening up European societies to Muslims. He praised the role of “Jewish men and women who had stood firm on the streets of our country against those who wanted a mono-faith, and mono-cultural Britain.” He approvingly cited the “Jewish activism which has positively shaped legislation around hate crime work”, and the other work with “our Jewish brothers and sisters” which helped bring about “the huge societal progressive changes that have swept our tiny island.”
This echoed another editorial that same month by a Israeli named Avrum Ehrlich, which called on the Muslims to come to terms with a Jewish presence in Palestine and align with Jews to ensure an Islamic “cultural domination” over Europe. “Indeed a future is not far away when Arabs may justify their cultural domination over Europe while championing Israel and demand re appropriation for the centuries of Semitic denigration,” Ehrlich wrote. “They may yet argue that European values are bankrupt, not fit for governance or international respect, not fair or impartial as demonstrated in its record against Israel and therefore the epoch of European ascendency should come to an end.”
Sadiq Khan is the Muslim mayor of London, elected in April 2016. His first public act as mayor was to attend the Yom Hashoah Holocaust commemoration on 8 May, where he declared the importance “to reflect, remember and educate about the 6 million Jewish lives lost in the Holocaust.” He signed the American Jewish Committee’s “Mayors United Against Anti-Semitism” pledge, and followed this with an editorial for the Jerusalem Post in June. He expressed his desire “to send a message around the world by being the London mayor of Islamic faith who does more to protect Jewish Londoners from anti-Semitism than any mayor in this city’s history”, and vowed “to root out anti-Semitism wherever we find it.”
This burgeoning alliance is based on creating an “open society” for Europeans, a phrase touted in a joint article by Dr. Josef Schuster, head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany – the name itself revealing its own view of Jews as a foreign element in Germany – and World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder. They welcomed an “open society” as “good for Jewry”, and evoked the memory of the “Shoah” to guilt-trip Germans into accepting the migrants. They envisioned curing the migrants of their own “Arab anti-Semitism” and “re-educating” them in the “German” values which they defined as those forced upon the German people since 1945, namely “respect for the values enshrined in the Constitution [actually ‘The Basic Law’] and agreeing that support for Israel, rejection of anti-Semitism, and remembrance of the Holocaust, is part of Germany’s DNA.”
In their redefinition, “Germans” are merely those living within the geographical area of Germany, regardless of race, culture, or genetic history linking them to that land. This is even while hypocrites such as Schuster and Lauder insist on representing all Jews generally, regardless of where they live: “The Jewish community, both in Germany and worldwide, welcomes this evolution towards an open society.” The Board of Deputies of British Jews has similarly been active in promoting migrants in Britain, even while advocating for the Jewish ethno-state of Israel – and its Muslim partners such as Mughal join them in that effort. In September 2016, Syrian Muslim migrants joined with the Chabad movement to march through the streets of Berlin carrying a new Torah scroll.
In 2010, the Muslim-Jewish Conference (MJC) was established as “a global think tank for Muslim-Jewish interests”. Its Austrian Jewish founder, Ilja Sichrovsky, is a longtime Zionist activist whose father Peter is an associate of the pro-Israel Freedom Party of Austria. Partnering with the MJC is the American Jewish Committee’s ACCESS program, which defines its objective as “empowering today’s young Jewish leaders.” Together, they are fostering what the Times of Israel has called the “rapid worldwide growth for Jewish-Muslim alliance”. Through carefully-choreographed forays to concentration camps, the MJC uses holocaust propaganda to guilt-trip Europeans into accepting their own displacement by millions of migrants. Its Committee members are various “activists” involved in migration NGOs and Israel advocacy organizations.
Diana Pinto is an Italian Jewess who serves as senior fellow at the London-based Institute for Jewish Policy Research, and founded the European Council on Foreign Relations with funding from George Soros’ Open Society Foundations. She stated at the Jewish Community Center’s World Conference in Jerusalem in November 2015: “European Jewry, remembering its own postwar refugee status, is on the forefront of welcoming the influx of largely Muslim migrants and refugees.” She demanded that Europeans embrace open borders because “It doesn’t matter where you come from,” even while she fronts and speaks at organizations openly proclaiming their Jewishness.
There are some that believe we should align with all others in some grand anti-Zionist alliance. Yet, as we have seen time and time again, even Muslims generally don’t think twice about aligning with Zionists when it comes to joint cultural warfare against Europeans. Their Semitic squabbles in the Mideast are easily shelved when it comes to hating Europeans. Holocaust propaganda is being used to force us to accept the changing of our own societies, because otherwise we are “Nazis” and will be slammed with accusations of “anti-Semitism” and “Islamophobia”, which are meant as weapons to squash any dissent to Jewish and Muslim political agendas. Its time that we look out foremost for our own interests, which means this alliance of Zionism and Islamization must be opposed.