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October 18, 2014

After murdering 6 million Jews, the Germans owe the Jews a country — Medinat-Weimar

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, Uncategorized — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 10:54 am

One of the regular readers of my blog made a comment in which he mentioned that the Jews want to come back to Germany and set up a new Jewish state called Medinat-Weimar.

I had to look up the word medinat. I found this definition here:

medinat yisrael
The State of Israel. Used in opposition to the commonly used Eretz Yisrael, which translates as The Land of Israel. Medinat Yisrael means the Modern State of Israel.
I live in Medinat Yisrael.

According to this news story, the Jews are not thriving in Israel, and they want to come back to Germany.

This quote is from the news story, cited above:

BERLIN (JTA) – An Israeli artist is challenging boundaries – national, political and artistic – with his project to create a Jewish state in the former East Germany.

Ronen Eidelman wants to raise questions about national identity, anti-Semitism and the complex relationship involving Germany, Jews and Israel.

Eidelman, who has been living in Germany the past year and a half, says his project reflects “the power of art to ask questions and put a mirror to society.”

[…]

While some Germans never tire of debating such topics, Eidelman’s proposal for “Medinat Weimar” apparently has touched raw nerves. One Jewish leader says he would never set foot in the new “state.” Eidelman’s university, for which the project was conceived, has distanced itself from the idea.

For most Americans, the first thing that comes to mind, when the German city of Weimar is mentioned, is the “Weimar Republic,” the name of the democratic government based on the first-ever German constitution, which was written in Weimar after the Social Democrats declared a Republic in a bloodless revolution on Nov. 9, 1918 during the Great War, now known as World War I.For most Americans, the first thing that comes to mind when the city of Weimar, Germany is mentioned is the “Weimar Republic,” the name of the democratic government based on the first-ever German constitution, which was written in Weimar after the Social Democrats declared a Republic in a bloodless revolution on Nov. 9, 1918 during the Great War, now known as World War I.

Weimar National Theater

Tourists visiting the Weimar National Theater

The Deutsches Nationaltheater (German National Theater) in Weimar, Germany, shown in the photo above, was where the German National Assembly met to draw up the constitution for the new German Republic. The Weimar constitution was passed a year later on November 8, 1919.

The theater was built in 1908 and the first performance was held there on November 1, 1908. During World War II, the building was used as an armament factory, beginning in 1944.

To Americans, the Weimar Republic represents a great achievement, since from the American point of view, the Great War was fought “to make the world safe for democracy.” As it turned out, the Weimar Republic of the Social Democrats was opposed by many factions of the German people, and was doomed from the start.

Before the new government could meet to begin work on the constitution, the Communists, under the Jewish leaders Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxembourg, had declared their own Republic in January 1919 but were forced to withdraw when a militia group of 3,000 soldiers, who had returned home after the Armistice of November 11, 1918, defeated them in bloody street fighting in Berlin.

Statues of Goethe and Schiller

Statues of Goethe and Schiller

Weimar was occupied by the American troops of Patton’s Third Army on April 12, 1945, the next day after they had discovered the nearby Buchenwald concentration camp. On July 3, 1945 Weimar and Buchenwald were handed over to the Russians who had been promised Eastern Germany by President Franklin Roosevelt at the Yalta Conference before the war ended. In an insensitive show of their victory in World War II, the Russian Communists buried some of their war dead in a newly created cemetery in Weimar’s Park on the Ilm, just across the river from Goethe’s famous garden house, which attracts millions of visitors from around the world, and only a stone’s throw from the house where Liszt lived.
Gate into cemetery in Weimar where Russian soldiers are buried

Gate into cemetery in Weimar where Russian soldiers are buried

The cemetery has a gate with the Communist red star emblem and a side gate, shown in the photo above, with the Communist hammer and sickle symbol. Now that Weimar is no longer ruled by the Communists, the cemetery is considered out of place in a park that is associated with the beloved Goethe.

Goethe’s garden house is shown in the photo below.  Yes, I’ve been there. A German man, who was at the garden house, answering questions for tourists, taught me how to pronounce Goethe.  It sounds something like “gurd-uh”.

Goethe's garden house in Weimar, Germany

Goethe’s garden house in Weimar, Germany

The path to Goethe's garden house

The path to Goethe’s garden house

You can read another news story here about how the  Jews in Israel want to come back to Berlin.

Will the Jews be safe in Germany, or will they be Holocausted again?  Germany is now the safest possible place for the Jews.  The Germans are now afraid to even say the word “Jew.”  They have learned their lesson: the Jews rule.

2 Comments »

  1. furtherglory wrote: “For most Americans, the first thing that comes to mind, when the German city of Weimar is mentioned, is the “Weimar Republic,” ”

    No doubt many jews still regret the utter degeneracy of the Jew-owned Weimar Republic. The Weimar Republic was really THEIR baby. The homosexual shows, the cheap shiksa prostitutes, the unbridled sexuality, drug abuse, moral decadency, etc; what they call an atmosphere favorable for creativity, an atmosphere in which they feel good and not threatened at all by the Gentiles too busy sinking…

    Comment by hermie — October 20, 2014 @ 8:22 pm

  2. Give them what(ever) they want. You saw what they did to the Nazis, didn’t you?

    Comment by Jett Rucker — October 18, 2014 @ 12:58 pm


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