Tuesday, 8 April 2014

The president of the European Jewish Congress declared that the European democracy is much too tolerant to bar the way to the rebirth of fascism. "Democracy in its present-day form undermines the rights, freedoms and security of the majority of Europeans. 
The absence of any adequate legal basis is not the only cause of this situation." The hands of the European governments are tied by present-day unlimited interpretations of tolerance, Moshe Kantor said at the international conference in St. Petersburg entitled "Neo-Fascism in Europe: 70 Years After." 
The European Jewish Congress president said that neo-Nazi and ultranationalist forces form political parties in European countries and, with support from the far-right sympathizers, take seats in local and national parliaments.  
In Greece and Hungary classical neo-Nazi parties with notorious symbols and rhetoric, as well as with public marchers and appeals for action against immigrants in general, and against Jews and Gypsies in particular, have taken solid positions, he said. 

"Our responsibility as descendants of those who have fallen must make us strong enough to raise a secure barrier in the path of fascists" Moshe Kantor added. "The Europeans were unable to do so at the beginning of the 20th century. Will we be able to avoid the mistakes they made? It is an objective far from trivial."  
"Paradoxically, the main paradigms and barriers to achieving this are those fundamental European values - democracy and tolerance," he concluded.

Source: Voice of Russia     Via: DailyStormer

Imagine that the president of the European Muslim Congress had said something like this. The CounterJewhad movement would have been all over it. But we can expect their response to this extraordinary statement to be absolute silence.

We have seen that, in general, Jews ruthlessly pursue their own ethnic interests without respect for truth or morality. So that kind of behaviour is only to be expected from them. I can't help wondering what goes through the minds of the Europeans involved in the Counterjihad movement, though, when they see a story like this and decide to cover it up. Does their mental processing go no further than "Saying bad things about Jews = Hitler = Bad"? Do they think "Yes, the story is interesting, but I know if I covered it, it would hurt me. I would lose friends and connections and access to funds. Therefore I choose to be a coward." Do they say, "Being critical of Jews would let the Establishment media portray us as Nazis, which would hinder the anti-Islam movement generally. Therefore I choose to avoid that type of discourse, even though I acknowledge that the points made are valid."

I honestly don't know, but I'm genuinely curious. Perhaps some of them would care to anonymously explain themselves below, but I doubt it.


2 comments:

  1. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/04/08/university-will-not-award-honorary-degree-to-woman-because-she-has-made-comments-critical-of-islam/

    In a 2007 interview with Reason Magazine, Ali was quoted saying that “we are at war with Islam” and urged that Muslims be “defeated.”

    The university issued a statement Tuesday night saying it can’t overlook statements “that are inconsistent with Brandeis University’s core values.”

    An online petition created Monday gathered thousands of signatures. And more than 85 of about 350 faculty members signed a letter asking for Ali’s retraction.

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