Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Europe: Rid Us of the Jewish Problem

Recent European polls resolved that “Israel is the greatest threat to global peace” and not Iran, North Korea or Syria.  Are the Europeans still hanging on to the same racist and anti-Semitic attitudes of their grandparents?  The combination of an extreme leftist ideology that is pervasive in the European media and academia, coupled with residual and extreme right-wing Nazi attitude and combined with obscene and murderous Islamic propaganda against Jews have resulted in the resurgence of European anti-Semitism, using the excuse of Jewish settlements to justify their “anti-Zionism.” Mark Steyn, in his column “The Oldest Hatred,” pointed out that “Once upon a time on the (European) Continent, Jews were hated as rootless cosmopolitan figures who owed no national allegiance to any country.  So they became a conventional nation state (Israel), and now they’re hated for that.  And, if Hamas get their way and destroys the Jewish state, the few who survive will be hated for something else.  So it goes.”

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