Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Heil Muhammad! Jews Excluded From Swedish Kristallnacht Commemoration

They had it coming

As twenty-first century savages sweep across the middle-east, beheading, crucifying and burning alive "infidels", a miasma has settled over much of Europe.

Bend to it, bow to it, conform. Or you will lose your job. Your government will take you to court. Leftist thugs will rough you up. Or Islamic commandos will shoot you.

What's happening is of course Orwellian. "Anti-Nazi" or "anti-fascist" rallies target Jews. "Diversity" is equated with submitting to the jackboot.

You thought liberalism meant sexual liberation? Think again. Actually, it's about acquiescing to cutting out the private parts of the young girl next-door, then permanently shrouding her in black.

You believe the Church will help you? Actually, it opposes you in every way it can. You want to have a rally for freedom in the central square? The Church will turn off the lights. That's mercy for you. After you get a bullet in the head, the Pope will say you were rude.

And if you're Jewish, get out. Go back to Israel, which will last for a few years until it gets what's finally coming to it. If you're lucky, maybe the EU can resettle you in Madagascar.

From Israel National News:
Scandal: Jews not invited to Swedish Kristallnacht commemoration 
The organizers of an anti-Nazi event in Sweden face controversy Monday, after declining to invite the Jewish community to the event. 
"Umeå against Nazism" will run in the city of Umeå on Tuesday and Wednesday, commemorating Kirstallnacht, or the "Night of Broken Glass," the massive 1938 pogrom against Austrian and German Jews which is seen as marking the start of the holocaust. 
But, absurdly, Jews will not be invited. 
The organizers claim that inviting the Jewish community presents a security risk, nt.se reports, citing anti-Semitic and anti-Israel protests present at past events. 
"In previous years, we have had a lot of Palestinian flags at these rallies, and even one banner where the Israeli flag was equated with a swastika," organizer and local Workers' Party member Jan Hägglund told locals. "The Jewish community wasn't invited because we assumed they might be uncomfortable around that sort of thing." 
Critics claim that Hägglund's omission must be due to the crowd he invited to the event, implying that it could only be far-left or anti-Israel - thus creating the environment which justified the "security risk." 
Meanwhile, the event's Facebook page appears to even downplay the Jewish community's role in the event, instead conveying a generalized, vanilla message of tolerance - not opposition to anti-Semitism. 
Some local officials are holding counter-rallies in protest - including municipal worker Anders Agren, who invited the Jewish community to a ceremony which will feature the lighting of memorial candles and a moment of silence.


  1. I'm looking for a small island where I can get away from this horrible, horrible place the world is becoming. I am hated just for being Jewish..............