Israeli General Compares Israel with the Nazis

Israeli General Compares Israel with the Nazis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Obersturmbannführer Golan’s Anti-Semitic Crime
As you
will know, comparing Israel and Zionism with the Nazis is anti-Semitic.  Ken Livingstone went even further in
suggesting an identity of interest between the Nazis and Zionists.  Clearly such wickedness must be punished.  Only Zionists are allowed to compare their
opponents with Nazis and use the Holocaust to attack their opponents.  Everyone else must remain silent at all times
because the poor dears will suffer terribly. 
The now discredited Working Definition on Anti-Semitism of the European Union
Monitoring Committee defined anti-Semitism as including a comparison of Israel with
the Nazis.

You
can therefore imagine how shocked I was that at Israel’s Holocaust Memorial
Day, the Deputy Army Commander General Yair Golan told his audience that what
happened in Europe bears a resemblance to what is taking place in Israel today.  Naturally this provoked outrage, not least
from the same Netanyahu who excused Hitler for the Holocaust because the Palestinian
Mufti of Jerusalem pushed him into it. 
See  Top IDF officer Yair Golan compares modern Israel to 1930s Germany inbombshell speech 


In
this article B. Michael has a look at a few reasons why Golan was correct to
make the comparison he did.  Michael uses
the term ‘unchosen’ throughout, in an ironic reference to the concept of the ‘chosen
people’ as it applies in Israel today.
Tony Greenstein
Gen. Yair Golan

Why would that general compare Israel to 1930s Germany? Hmm…

What
was going through that anti-Semite general’s head when he compared the Chosen
People to 1930s Europe? A few pointers.

Haaretz
– May 15, 2016 
With
all the festivals and days of sadness behind us, we can now return to the
nagging question: What on earth was going through that anti-Semite general’s
head when he dared
hint that we, the Chosen People, commit abominable acts like those perpetrated
by the gentiles
?
Really,
what’s he talking about?
OK,
let’s start with the small details known to everyone. Maybe he was talking
about: 
1.
The rising number of calls proclaiming, “Death to the unchosen people!” 
2.
The demands not to employ the “unchosen” ones, buy from them or rent or sell
apartments to them, and drive them from the Holy Land (all sanctified by the
Rabbinate and other kosher rabbis, naturally). 
3.
The growing thuggishness that labels every “unchosen” person a legitimate
target for insults, abuse, assaults, vilification and, if possible,
manslaughter.
4. A soccer team that
swears its ranks will include only those of pure blood and religion, and whose
fans’ most popular chant is “Death to the unchosen ones.”
5. A society that
produces pogrom-like actions and lynch mobs, church and mosque arsonists, and
plenty of thugs and scoundrels.
6. Elected officials
encouraging extrajudicial killings on our streets. 
In
short, no big deal – just routine matters that no longer excite folk.
Consequently, we have no choice but to expand the list and include some other
items that may have escaped the collective memory… 
8.
Spiritual leaders who publish books that determine when it’s acceptable to kill
gentiles and their children. These religious leaders still tend their flocks. 
9.
A movement that defends the purity of the people and its blood, and persecutes
lecherous “unchosen” ones who dare consort with daughters of the Chosen Ones in
order to defile them. On his Facebook page, the head of this holy movement calls
for the mass murder of the “unchosen ones,” knowing no harm will befall him. 
10.
Tens, if not hundreds or thousands, of businesses boasting of their employees’
purity. 
11.
The chief Sephardi peddler of religion who declared, “Goyim were created solely to serve the Chosen People.” His noble
predecessors determined that only Slavic nations were created in order to serve
the then-master race. Our religious pastor surpasses them: he deemed all
nations our servants. 
12.
The education and culture ministers, who work tirelessly to synchronize
education, culture, the media and arts, so everyone speaks in unison about one
people, one state, one Torah and one viewpoint. 
13.
The brilliant legal sophistry that prohibits the “unchosen” ones from
purchasing state lands. Only the Chosen People may do so. 
14.
The hundreds of communities that meticulously ensure the purity of their chosen
population. The “unchosen” may not enter their gates lest they cause
contamination by their very presence. All of this is legal. 
15.
The Absentee Property Law, which regulates the assets of “absentees” even when
the “absentees” are clearly present and living a stone’s throw away. Only the
laws of Chosen People have clauses relating to “absent-present” persons whose
presence doesn’t detract from their status as “absentees.” 
16.
The fact that the assets of the “chosen ones” remain theirs forever, even after
thousands of years of abandonment that exceed any statute of limitations. In
contrast, the assets of the “unchosen” – even when they’re still holding them –
will be confiscated, stolen, expropriated and transferred to the Chosen People.
Just as our magnanimous Lord in heaven decreed. 
17.
A society that controls millions of “inferior” people who lack civil and human
rights, downtrodden by a mechanism called the “Civil Administration” and headed
by a general.
18.
A state that locks up a million and a half people in a gigantic enclosure,
unsure whether to call it “Pale of Settlement” or the “Gaza Ghetto.”
19. A regime that
imposes a grotesque legal system upon millions, which doesn’t require evidence
and shows no truth, justice or compassion. However, the system does have a
“court” – a contemptible theater whose main purpose is to give a “legal” and
“authorized” appearance to a military dictatorship.
20. A justice
minister who goes out of her way to crush the legal system, liberating the
rulers at last from oppressive legal constraints.
21. A government that
rules an occupied people, and sometimes its own subjects, according to
emergency regulations that give it limitless authority “for security reasons.”
(Damn, I wish I could remember where I’ve heard of this trick being used
before.) 
22.
A state – unique among all the world’s democracies – in which there’s no legal
way for a “chosen” person to marry an “unchosen” one. 
23.
A government that wholeheartedly believes in the Chosen People’s right to
continue expanding eastward. This space extends from Mesopotamia to Nuweiba. 
24.
A state that insists it’s the “only democracy” in the Middle East, whereas it’s
actually the only “military theocracy” in the entire world. 
25.
A state that proves pop psychology is occasionally accurate in its diagnosis:
an abused child can indeed become an abusive adult. 
And
that’s pretty much it. 
Is it
because of these piffling details that Obersturmbannführer Golan remembered
what he did? Odd. Very odd. There’s no comparison, clearly. 

 

 

 

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