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February 1, 2015

the unexpected return of anti-Semitism in Europe

Anti-Semitic WWII poster in Germany

Anti-Semitic WWII poster in Germany

This quote is from an article, written by Charles Krauthammer, which you can read in full here:

The rise of European anti-Semitism is in reality just a return to the norm. For a millennium, virulent Jew-hatred — persecution, expulsions, massacres — was the norm in Europe until the shame of the Holocaust created a temporary anomaly wherein anti-Semitism became socially unacceptable.

The hiatus is over. Jew-hatred is back, recapitulating the past with impressive zeal. Italians protesting Gaza handed out leaflets calling for a boycott of Jewish merchants. As in the 1930s. A widely popular French comedian has introduced a variant of the Nazi salute. In Berlin, Gaza brought out a mob chanting, “Jew, Jew, cowardly pig, come out and fight alone!” Berlin, mind you.

European anti-Semitism is not a Jewish problem, however. It’s a European problem, a stain, a disease of which Europe is congenitally unable to rid itself.

Is there any other group of people, anywhere in the world, that has a word which means “hatred of their own group of people”?

Is there anyone in the world who doesn’t know the current meaning of the word “anti-Semite” as opposed to the original meaning of the word?

I wrote about the original meaning of the word on this old blog post:

Nazi propaganda poster

Nazi propaganda poster

The famous Nazi propaganda poster, shown in the photo above, illustrates the reasons that the Germans hated the Jews. The German words, written in blood red, say “The eternal Jew” in  English. Note the hammer and cycle emblem of Communism at the top of the poster.

The article written by Charles Krauthammer ends with this quote:

The Iranian bomb is a national security issue, an alliance issue and a regional Middle East issue. But it is also a uniquely Jewish issue because of Israel’s situation as the only state on earth overtly threatened with extinction, facing a potential nuclear power overtly threatening that extinction.

On the 70th anniversary of Auschwitz, mourning dead Jews is easy. And, forgive me, cheap. Want to truly honor the dead? Show solidarity with the living — Israel and its 6 million Jews. Make “never again” more than an empty phrase. It took Nazi Germany seven years to kill 6 million Jews. It would take a nuclear Iran one day.

Is there any word that means hatred of the German people?  Maybe there is a word for this in Yiddish, but I don’t know of any such word in English.  I think that hatred of the German people is so prevalent that it is considered to be normal thinking and there is no word for it.

World-wide hatred of the German people will go on until the end of time because it is promoted by Holocaust education.  I wrote about this in a previous blog post:

Wikipedia has an entry entitled “Anti-German sentiment”, which you can read here.  Maybe Krauthammer should write about hatred of the German people, which is promoted by the Jews with their numerous Museums and monuments to the Jews world-wide.

I wrote about Jewish hatred for the German people, as shown in the Jewish  Museum in Berlin, at


  1. The one thing that always comes to mind when the Jews go on with their snotty ass,I’m a poor abused jew. Pity me please,attitude,how much of it has to do with God saying,this is your very piece of real estate. I remember when I met my exwifes snot nosed,smart ass brother,he got on the subject of my family’s background. I mentioned I had Kraut blood on pops side. He made the comment that he thought he had all the kraut blood out of the family. Told him I didnt appreciate that. He said something else and I decked him. I had no idea why he made the comment at the time. Now I see believed the lies of the jew just like I did. I lack the savy on this subject, but the more I find out the more I think they should follow Satan not God. Confusion and falsehood. Satans tools of the proverbial “trade”.

    Comment by Tim — May 17, 2015 @ 8:17 am

  2. Charles Krauthammer (hammering krauts day and night) wrote: “European anti-Semitism is not a Jewish problem, however. It’s a European problem, a stain, a disease of which Europe is congenitally unable to rid itself.”

    I guess that a tapeworm or a bacteria would call the immune system “a disease” if it was able to talk.

    Charles Krauthammer wrote: “A widely popular French comedian has introduced a variant of the Nazi salute.”

    Dieudonné’s Quenelle is a variant of a fistfucking deep inside the ass of the pro-Zionist Establishment. Jews are usually quicker to understand porn references. 😉

    As if nobody had realized that they are only pretending not to understand Dieudonné’s salute because the Quenelle is more useful for them as “a variant of the Nazi salute” than it is as a anti-ZioEstablisment rallying.

    And Dieudonné is not a “widely popular comedian” anymore since he performed a Nazi salute (a real one this time) when aksing people to “join the Axis of Good, the Americano-Zionist Axis” with a “Isra-Heil” in a Live comedy sketch on French TV. That was a least 10 years ago. Since that time, the unrepentent Dieudonné is a pariah banned by all French mainstream mass media.

    Comment by hermie — February 1, 2015 @ 6:32 pm

  3. “There is a fundamental difference between the freedom to be impertinent, and anti-Semitism, racism, glorification of terrorist acts and Holocaust denial, all of which are offenses, all of which are crimes, that justice should punish with the most severity”
    – French Prime Minister Manuel Valls

    Comment by who dares wings — February 1, 2015 @ 12:18 pm

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