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August 4, 2017

Remember when America refused to save Jews from Nazi Germany?

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, World War II — furtherglory @ 6:21 pm

UNSPECIFIED – CIRCA 1754: Jewish refugees aboard the ‘SS St Louis’ attempt to communicate with friends and relatives in Cuba, who were permitted to approach the docked vessel in small boats. The passengers were not allowed to disembark.

If only America had taken in the Jewish passengers on the ship called the St. Louis. The Jews were forced to return to Germany where they were sent to camps and killed. This was the beginning of the Holocaust, which could have been avoided altogether if only America had taken in all the Jews who were trying to escape from Germany.

The following quote is from the news article which you can read in full at

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Republican Sens. Tom Cotton (Ark.) and David Perdue (Ga.), with the endorsement of the White House, released the Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment (RAISE) Act on Wednesday. If passed, the bill would make deep cuts in legal immigration and substantial changes in the categories under which immigrants are admitted to the U.S.

Some supporters of the bill have cited the recommendations of the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform—often called the Jordan Commission after Barbara Jordan, its chair—as justification for the legislation. That could not be further from the truth. As the executive director of the commission, I can attest to the fundamental differences between the RAISE Act and our recommendations.

In its first report to Congress, the commission concluded that “legal immigration has strengthened and can continue to strengthen this country.” Its recommendations sought to improve the admission process by ensuring timely entry of immediate family of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents (LPRs), as well as timely entry of workers and refugees.

End quote from news article


  1. The St. Louis was only one boat. Other ships unloaded their human cargo in Havana harbor and in Nova Scotia. Is it certain every St.Louis’ passenger was sent to a camp upon their return?

    Comment by who dares wings — August 4, 2017 @ 10:34 pm

    • Apparently not:
      Captain Schröder fell into a desperate plan. He wanted to simulate an accident before the English coast, and put the ship on the ground in shallow water. But before it was so far, the “St. Louis received “the redemptive telegram”. Through the mediation of a Jewish relief organization, Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Great Britain declared their willingness to accept the Jews. In Antwerp they were allowed to leave the ship.

      Comment by Herbert Stolpmann — August 5, 2017 @ 1:13 am

      • Then why is it,history never tells that side? I mean I heard the story that they weren’t allowed at any port of ingress. So why don’t they ever tell that side in school ( okay high school was a billion years ago for me. It may be different now)?

        Comment by Tim — August 5, 2017 @ 1:40 am

        • Tim wrote: “Then why is it, history never tells that side?”

          Because that side of the story doesn’t help further the racial and cultural mutation of the United States by flooding America with Third World Brownies. (Nothing like a good guilt trip to do the job.)

          Or in Judeo-journalistic jargon:

          “The commission recommended a floor on admissions of 50,000, stating that foreign policy and humanitarian imperatives necessitated that the U.S. take a strong leadership role in assisting and protecting refugees worldwide. The commission saw resettlement of refugees as one of the core durable solutions to refugee crises and believed America should lead by example.”

          Another frequent use of that side of the story is the inducement of America’s assistance in the continuous ethnic cleansing of Palestine and its surroundings.

          Comment by hermie — August 5, 2017 @ 6:35 am

  2. This is just a thought. How long until the Hebs try to extort money from us,over that?

    Comment by Tim — August 4, 2017 @ 6:40 pm

    • They have already extorted much more than money from you over that…

      Comment by hermie — August 5, 2017 @ 6:41 am

  3. Let’s just go ahead and hang out the sign,”Welcome MS 13 and Barrio 18. “

    Comment by Tim — August 4, 2017 @ 6:39 pm

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