Sunday, 25 June 2006

Ban and ostracise those the Moshes don't like!

On 16 May 2012, The Washington Post quoted Moshe Kantor, President of the European Jewish Congress, thus:

”Before calling on European leaders to act against hate on the street, they must clear their own house and that means BANNING AND OSTRACIZING ANY POLITICIANS AND POLITICAL PARTIES THAT PREACH HATE AND VIOLENCE. While we highly value freedom of speech, we all recognize that there must be restrictions and the visceral hatred propagated by the Golden Dawn is surely outside the boundaries of appropriate political discourse.

WE HAVE TO BE PROACTIVE… That’s why we’re here.”
The Post added:

“A major European Jewish organization is urging European governments to quickly adopt measures to tackle anti-Semitism and far-right extremism, including possibly BANNING A HARDLINE GREEK PARTY THAT DID UNUSUALLY WELL IN RECENT ELECTIONS.

Moshe Kantor, President of the European Jewish Congress, was meeting with Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas on Wednesday to seek his support for ‘emergency measures’ to protect the continent’s Jewish communities from violent hate crimes. Kantor would not give details of the measures that his organization plans to propose, but they could involve passing legislation, sharing intelligence, and a public awareness campaign about anti-Semitic threats.

In particular, Kantor expressed concern about Golden Dawn, a party that did well during Greece’s May 6 election and whose leader claimed that Nazi concentration camps did not use ovens and gas chambers to kill prisoners during the Holocaust.

Kantor plans to meet with EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, and the congress consulted with Francois Hollande a few weeks before he was elected president of France.

The Czech Republic is one of Israel’s strongest allies in the European Union. The Czech government pushed for closer ties between the EU and Israel when it held the 27-nation bloc’s rotating presidency last year…

A recent report on anti-Semitism said the number of attacks in Europe declined in 2011.”
Democracy, eh? Democracy as long as it suit’s the Jew. Then it’s ban and ostracise. I entered this comment under the article:

"Before calling on European leaders to act against hate on the street, they must clear their own house and that means banning and ostracizing any politicians and political parties that preach hate and violence.'

'Hate on the street?' What about the 'hate on the street' directed at Whitey by the immigrant, Moshe? What about the 'hate' in the banker's boardrooms that created this latest world-wide recession? What about hateful anti-White propaganda in the mainsteam media? What about the evil that is political correctness? Chutzpah is one thing, Moshe. Genocide is another.

The powers-that-be thought they could subdue us in the lands that our fathers made and, for a while there, they were right. But, unless and until they get rid of us altogether, there will always be brave men and women willing to fight back against the malign creed and rule of the supremacists. Has the habitual dominance of these people rendered tham so stupid that they're not able to see what would happen if the Jew was seen to ban a democratically formed and elected, pro-indigenous party in Europe?

You've gotten way too big for your boots over the course of this last cosmetically Judaeophilic century, Moshe. You would be well advised to back off for a bit. Your media, financial and political power has tipped the balance until now but, if you try to 'ban and ostracise those democrats who oppose you for simply exerting their democratic will, you will, I'm sure, reap the whirlwind."

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