I previously blogged about another picture that is worth a thousand words at http://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2011/04/03/a-picture-is-worth-a-thousand-words/
The photo above shows what Germany has now become: a country of diversity, where only half of the citizens are ethnic German. What really caught my attention in this photo is the name of the school — Walther Rathenau Schule.
I was vaguely familiar with the name Walther Rathenau, but I had to look him up on Wikipedia to refresh my memory. The Wikipedia entry for Rathenau begins and ends with this quote:
Walther Rathenau (September 29, 1867 – June 24, 1922) was a German industrialist, politician, writer, and statesman who served as Foreign Minister of Germany during the Weimar Republic. He was assassinated on June 24, 1922, two months after the signing of the Treaty of Rapallo, 1922.
Things changed with the Nazi seizure of power. The Nazis systematically wiped out public commemoration of Rathenau by destroying monuments to him, closing the Walther-Rathenau-Museum in his former mansion, and renaming streets and schools dedicated to him. Instead a memorial plate to Kern and Fischer [the assassins] was solemnly unveiled at Saaleck castle in July 1933 and in October 1933 a monument was erected on the assassins’ grave.
The news article, which shows the photo above, is about Israeli professor Gideon Greif who spoke to students in the Walther Rathenau Schule and “A Muslim girl wearing hijab” asked him a question, following his lecture.
This news story, and the photo of students in Germany, illustrate the victory of the Jews over Germany. Schools in Germany are now named after Jews, not German heroes, and the ethnic Germans are being replaced by mixed race people, who are being taught by Jews.