Monday, 24 March 2014

After the results from the first round of the local elections, the UEJF [Union of Jewish Students of France] calls on candidates to show responsibility by setting up a republican front [tn: this means all the other parties should conspire to defeat the Front National, essentially stepping out of the races when they are not the main rivals to the FN so that all votes can be concentrated against them, mainstream left and right voters voting together] and announces a Tour de France of fraternity to fight against the Front National. 
Following the results obtained by the Front National in Forbach, Avignon, Fréjus, Béziers, Perpignan and Carpentras, the UEJF and SOS Racisme will go to all of these cities to meet the inhabitants and make them aware of the dangers that a vote for the Front National represents. 
... For Sacha Reingewirtz, president of the UEJF: "The situation is serious: the Front National has never been on the way to governing so many cities, abstention has never been so high. But we can blockade the Front National in the cities where it is on the verge of power: I call for the candidates to show responsibility in applying the principles of the republican front. The candidates in third place must systematically withdraw in favour of those in second place, without any distinction whatsoever; we expect clear instructions from the parties. Many of us will be mobilised all this week, in different cities in France to prevent the election of candidates of the Front National, calling for citizens to vote massively to form an obstacle to the party of hatred."
Source: UEJF

Jews keep making the same mistake throughout history. Like Muslims, they regard themselves as perfect and thus incapable of fault. Because of this, they cannot learn from their mistakes and adjust their behaviour accordingly. The mistake they make is to ally themselves with the powerful against the powerless. But the powerful aren't in power for ever. Sooner or later, they'll be displaced by challengers. And the successful challengers will remember how the Jews formerly conspired with the rulers against them. Of course, they will exact retribution. This is the recurring pattern of Jewish history.

As we see from the quotation above, it's a pattern that continues into the present day. Europeans are trying to defend themselves against the immigration invasion of their ancestral homelands. And the Jews have allied with the invaders and their protectors among the privileged classes.

Recently, I've been reading a book called "Jews and the State: Dangerous Alliances and the Perils of Privilege by Ezra Mendelsohn et al.". It describes numerous examples of the scenario set out above. Here is an extract from the preface.
As against this old/new emphasis on Jewish suffering the symposium in this volume of Studies in Contemporary Jewry takes up the problem of Jewish privilege. In certain places and at certain times in the modern Jewish diaspora, the Jewish community either enjoyed a privileged position in society or was believed to enjoy such a status by elements among the non-Jewish majority. It was often the case that Jews allied themselves, or were thought to be allying themselves, with regimes (usually states, but sometimes local authorities in regions that enjoyed a certain degree of autonomy) that were regarded by many as highly oppressive. Of the eight case studies that constitute our symposium, two involve Jewish “alliances” (if that is what they were) with openly racist regimes (South Africa and the American South in the era of apartheid), three are concerned with the fateful Jewish support for Communist regimes in post-Second World War East Central Europe (Hungary, Romania, and Poland), and two analyze the relationship between Jews, the “native population,” and the French regimes in colonial North Africa (Morocco and Algeria). The symposium also includes an essay on the situation in the province of Quebec, where Jews found themselves caught between the Anglican establishment and its highly attractive English culture, on the one hand, and the majority population of francophone Canadians, on the other. 
As Richard Cohen demonstrates in his introduction to the symposium, the tradition of Jews seeking the protection of the state (or, as a variation on this theme, of powerful social classes within the state), and offering in return their full support, is deeply rooted in the Jewish past. Were such alliances inevitable? Were they the result of a conscious Jewish policy, and did they command the support of most members of the Jewish community? How were they perceived by non-Jews, and what price (if any) did the Jews pay for entering into them (a question that becomes particularly relevant when sudden regime change occurs, as for example in the case of South Africa).
"Antisemitism", defined as an irrational hatred, an "ancient evil", is simply a fable the Jews have concocted to delegitimise criticism of their own actions. If you think about it objectively, it is actually amazing that they have been able to get away with inventing a narrative so absurd. In reality, the antagonism felt towards Jews is explicable in wholly rational terms. There are conflicts of interest within societies; the Jews ally with one faction against others, usually the rulers, forming a bulwark against change; the aggrieved factions take note of the Jewish alliance with their rulers and, naturally enough, feel angry about it.


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