2014 may turn out to be the year when Europe’s Jews faced the most sustained attack since the Second World War. Boycotts of Jewish businesses, arson attacks, physical and verbal abuse – all of this is the culmination of a sustained campaign of hatred which began more than forty years ago when a bomb was placed in the Jewish Community Centre in Berlin. The date was 9 November 1969, the anniversary of Kristnallnacht.
The group responsible for the (failed) attack on the Berlin Jewish community was the Tupamaros West-Berlin, a German-Marxist organization, which was trained by Palestinian terrorists in Jordan. A year later, members of the group joined the equally vile Red Army Faction, a violent revolutionary cell that operated in Europe until 1990s.
Ulrike Meinhof, co-founder of the Red Army Faction, equated anti-Semitism with anti-capitalism, and attempted to justify the Holocaust in crude Marxist terms: “Auschwitz,” said Meinhof, “meant that six million Jews were killed and thrown on the waste-heap of Europe, for what they were considered: money-Jews.” Continue reading
In June 1999, United Nations Civil Mission and international KFOR peacekeeping forces took over the administration of Kosovo and Methohija while international representatives were getting to grips with the situation in the field, Serbian civilians were subjected to violence and many of them met with brutal death. In a short period of time, more … Continue reading
In an Albanian style Kristallnacht against Serbs, Western backed Albanian Narco-terrorist politicians and paramilitary units have been systematically purging stores of all Serbian products and burning them in the streets in Kosovo, Serbia’s Southern province. Armed Albanian units are seizing Serbian civilians in their homes and taking them into custody. These events follow weeks of terror, in which Albanians burglarized … Continue reading
How unfortunate for the good people of Umea, Sweden that some Jews managed to survive the Holocaust, forcing them now to have to exclude them from their “anti-Nazi” event. If only they had all perished… than none of this unpleasantness would be necessary. Obviously there was no alternative for Umea, but to replicate the sort of exclusionary practices enacted by the Third Reich against what remains of … Continue reading