Get out your box of kleenexes.
It is time for a carefully orchestrated worldwide orgy of pity for the poor, persecuted, suffering Jews who rank highly ( if not first) among the wealthiest, most powerful, and privileged ethnic groups on Earth. In case you didn’t know, January 27 is the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Back in 2005, this day was set aside by the United Nations for the exclusive remembrance of Jewish suffering in World War II, an international conflict that claimed 70 million lives; the vast majority of whom were Gentiles.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we are invited to remember the Jews who suffered in World War 2, and encouraged NOT to ask penetrating questions as to WHY they were persecuted. We are told the past must not be repeated, but asking certain questions about the past must be criminalized. The whole point of this is supposedly to avoid another Holocaust. If that were true, a real discussion would be going on about the obvious: what factor turned Nazi anti-Semitism into genocidal anti-Semitism?
The answer is not hard to find. The Germans were losing WW2 and blamed the Jews. Specifically, Hitler blamed International Jewry for drawing Britain and America into the war, and foiling his plans for a quick decisive strike against the Soviet Union. Hitler and Goebbels had warned International Jewry before that European Jewry would pay the price if the Third Reich went down in a war they had fomented. Jewish blood would be shed for German blood.
When Hitler came to power in 1933, the Final Solution wasn’t in the cards. He was content to restore German dominance over the German economy and German institutions. Over the previous fifty years, Jews had become vastly overrepresented in the German media, academia, and professions. Their cumulative influence was having a corrosive effect on German culture. This was bitterly resented by German nationalists. The same process would later unfold in America, but it started a few decades earlier in Germany.
Jews refused to accept their new status in the Third Reich. Their co-ethnics abroad launched an international boycott against Germany. The boycott failed in America due to internal division within the Jewish community here. In Britain and America, prominent Jews started beating the war drum against the Third Reich and influencing public opinion. This was noticed at the time and resulted in a sharp rise in anti-Semitism within the United States. It did not go unnoticed in the Third Reich.
In hindsight, it is pretty clear (at least to me) that domestic Jewish agitation was not the most important factor on the Road to War in America, although American Jewry desired that result. What matters is that Hitler (with less accurate information) blamed International Jewry for Britain and America turning a border war with Poland into the Second World War which spelled ruin for his regime. He lashed out in rage and the rest in history.
The critical point here is that this unfortunate scenario could have been avoided. It wasn’t ordained by the nature of National Socialism. If Jews had accepted the end of Jewish Privilege in Germany and Eastern Europe, they could have resettled elsewhere. Hitler wasn’t adverse to Jewish colonialism in British-controlled Palestine. French-controlled Madagascar had been proposed as an alternative site for Jewish settlement.
Then as now, Jews won’t settle for anything less than full blown supremacy. Jewish Privilege must be codified in Western law and embedded in American culture. Criticism of Jews must be proscribed, demonized, and effaced from every corner of the internet. Jews must maintain a chokehold over the distribution of information. Along with every Western country, Germany must be de-Germanized and America must be de-Americanized. Jews demand an Open Door policy of access to all European countries and their resources. Tribute must be paid to Israel.
The list goes on and on. Jews are the only people in the world who literally force you to like them. The sacrifice of millions of their European co-ethnics makes me wonder whether a peaceful resolution of the Jewish Question is possible.