Commenting on deadly attacks in Catalonia, the chief rabbi of that region in Spain said his community is doomed, partly because of radical Islam and the alleged reluctance of authorities to confront it.
Rabbi Meir Bar-Hen has been encouraging his congregants to leave Spain, which he called during an interview with JTA a “hub of Islamist terror for all of Europe,” for years before the attacks Thursday and Friday, he said.
At least 14 victims and five suspected terrorists were killed in Barcelona and the resort town of Cambrils, 75 miles south of that city.
To Bar-Hen, whose community on Friday resumed activities that it had suspended briefly following the Barcelona attack, “Jews are not here permanently,” he said of the city and region. “I tell my congregants: Don’t think we’re here for good. And I encourage them to buy property in Israel. This place is lost. Don’t repeat the mistake of Algerian Jews, of Venezuelan Jews. Better [get out] early than late.”
... Part of the problem exposed by the attacks, Bar-Hen said, is the presence of a large Muslim community with “radical fringes.” Once these people are “living among you,” he said of terrorists and their supporters, “it’s very difficult to get rid of them. They only get stronger.” He also said this applied to Europe as a whole. “Europe is lost,” he said.Source
When the Jewish role in the European Genocide, and specifically its islamisation aspect, is pointed out, the typical response of those who have had not yet had their eyes opened is "That doesn't make sense. Why would Jews do that? Muslims hate Jews, so filling Europe with Muslims wouldn't work out very well for them, would it?"
This is obviously true. But it overestimates the rationality of Jews and their strategic capacity. History is littered with Jewish plots gone awry, schemes born of a simple impulse of antagonism towards the goyim that later proved catastrophic for Jew and non-Jew alike. (See Jewish Frankenstein monsters.) Islam itself is the most pernicious and enduring of these Jewish creations (link) but Communism is more familiar to most readers as a construct that was originally overwhelmingly Jewish but later rebounded against them.
The parable of the Scorpion and the Fox - here recounted by Chakotay in Scorpion, one of the best Star Trek Voyager episodes (in 2 parts) - illustrates the point well. Jews can't help being Jews. Their ethnocentric impulse, their discriminatory behaviour in favour of their own and against the Gentile out-group, unfailingly generates antagonism and counter-discrimination. Inevitably, they come to see themselves as being involved in an adversarial relationship with their hosts and begin to hatch schemes against them. They bring ruin upon the peoples that they live among, and upon themselves, and THEY CAN'T HELP IT. IT'S THEIR NATURE.