“Distrust of migrants is now the dominant political position in Europe. It is not a coincidence. This stance embodies the ideological victory of extreme right-wing partisans and is the result of their fierce struggle to impose their viewpoint. As they knew that open antisemitism and racism would not lead them to an electoral victory, many extreme right-wing parties opted for the strategy of stigmatising immigrants and gradually imposed their opinions.More ‘ideological success from the far right’ = more violence and more racist murders according to Master Abtan. And yet, per capita, the black man and the Asian is far more likely to perpetrate acts of violence upon us that we are on them. Check out the interracial homicide statistics in England and Wales here.
The implications of this ideological success from the far right are extremely painful: on the one hand less social rights for the entire society, and on the other hand more violence and more racist murders…
We have to understand that more immigration is necessary in Europe not only because we need to ensure high level of social rights, but also because it is a necessity for democracy and human rights in the world.
First, welcoming more immigrants would increase the number of persons who stand to benefit from the rights as guaranteed in Europe… More people could enjoy democratic values.
Second, the future of Europe and the future of democracy are tightly linked. Stimulating immigration toward Europe could expand the European market, galvanise innovation, create an economy more open to the world…
If Europe wants to meet the challenge of immigration, that is to say face its future, it must win a cultural victory: to overcome distrust…
It also means fighting for equality, to set out a continent free from racism and antisemitism… The future of our continent and the future of democracy in the world are at stake."
Why do you think we are perpetually being reminded of the death of Stephen Lawrence? Because there are so few white-on-black killings, that why. If you wish to stigmatise a gullible society and make its inhabitants feel guilty about things they never did, you need examples. And, when there are so very few, you must keep reminding them of the few there are.
On the other hand, if the host society is suffering the depredations of the black and Asian man at a disproportionate level, the data must be kept hidden. Well, unfortunately for the propagandists, despite all the official obfuscation, some of us have been keeping a bit of a count.
Go take a peek in the Rogues’ Gallery. How many of the criminals and their victims could you have named before seeing them in there? Almost all of them have never been mentioned in the houses of Parliament. And yet more than four hundred on-message politicians have acknowledged Stephen Lawrence around two thousand times.
Anyone who gets to write an article in The New Statesman insisting we need even more immigrants piling in on us is no friend of the British people. This Jewish gentleman does not care what we want or feel. He and his ilk do not clamour for China, India, the rest of Asia, Africa, South America and, most tellingly, Israel, to be inundated by unwanted aliens. It’s only the white world that the Benjamins want deconstructed and, eventually, destroyed.
Such men are your enemies, folks, they really are at war with you and yours.
Check out another Jew insisting we must take in more migrants here.
On 28 May 2012, The Guardian had previously published an open letter titled, ‘We are all Greek Jews,’ which was signed by Abtan and fifteen others.
“The neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn entered the Greek parliament this month. With its swastika-inspired emblem, Hitlerian salute, reference to Mein Kampf, antisemitic and racist ideology, Holocaust denial, violence against migrants, threats against journalists and personality cult, the party is the lineal heir of the German national-socialist party that led Europe and the world into chaos and bloodshed.
Unfortunately, Greece is not the only country threatened by this revival of Nazi ideology. In Latvia this year, the president of the republic has for the first time supported the annual former Waffen SS march, in spite of strong criticism. In Austria the FPÖ, an extreme right organisation that nurtures Third Reich nostalgia, is favourite in the polls for the next parliamentary elections. In Hungary, the Hungarian Guard Movement, descendant of The Arrow Cross party – the former militia responsible for the extermination of Jews and Gypsies – terrorises Jewish populations and holds direct responsibility for provoking deadly attacks against Roma people.
This revival was made possible by the systematic attack by extreme right parties against the republican ideal that recognises that everyone belongs to the same national community, together. This campaign against ‘togetherness’ is modelled on Geert Wilders' strategy for his Freedom party, launched in the early 2000s. The core of this strategy is to hide a rhetoric promoting race inequality behind a "cultural" fight against the so-called ‘Islamisation of Europe.’
In this ongoing economic and social crisis, which favours a frenzied search for scapegoats and strengthens the fear of the decline of the ‘old continent,’ this strategy has been revealed to be worryingly efficient. It has also enabled extreme right parties to support – or even to become members of – governing coalitions, normalising racist and antisemitic speech along the way. This new extreme right has also paved the way for parties which, just like Golden Dawn, can now legitimately win votes while openly promoting hate speech.
Faced with this terrifying situation – exemplified by the election of neo-Nazis deputies in the Greek parliament – we are asserting our solidarity: we are all Greek Jews.
We refuse to accept that on our continent, Jewish, immigrant, Muslim, Roma or black people might fear for their lives because of who they are. We invite all citizens, political parties, unions, civil society, intellectuals and artists to fight the extreme right by promoting and bringing to life the European dream. We must always remember that this dream was built on the ruins of Nazism. We must never forget about the Shoah. Our dream is of a continent free from racism and antisemitism. It is the project of a society based on ‘togetherness’ – beyond boundaries...
We must refute the dogma of austerity which is responsible for terrible damage, creating the conditions that explain the success of populist parties... We must refute the dogma of ‘the European fortress,’ which favours the spread of anti-immigrant speeches and the lockdown of Europe's frontiers, especially when a core element of European postwar identity – its social welfare system – requires the economic input of immigration to remain sustainable.
It is of the utmost importance for European institutions to renew their pursuit for democracy, social progress and the promotion of equality. Those citizens who, particularly in times of crisis, are the target of racial and social violence, must be protected.
As Europe is undergoing a sustained assault against its core principles, we strongly believe that we must work toward a stronger Europe, right here and now. If we are not able to give life to the European dream, we are condemned to the same nightmare, in Greece and in the rest of Europe.”If you ever wanted to know who was behind the peopling of our world with all manner of hard-faced, grasping foreigners, look no further than Benjamin Abtan and his ghastly crew.
‘Everyone belongs to the same national community, together?’
Really? In which case, why have you never megaphoned your togetherness theories in the wide-open spaces of India, China and beyond? Why have you never said Africa should be 'togethered' with white folks and why did you Jews boot almost a million Arabs out of Palestine in 1948? Why have you build separation walls in Israel to keep the two peoples apart? The hypocrisy of the nine Jews who signed this open letter is truly breathtaking!
We all belong to the same community? Clearly you folks don’t. Anyone who’d use all of the following in just one short essay belongs in no kind of a community with me or anyone like me. Those who are, even now, determined to frighten the foolish into committing national genocide with their sheeple-scaring bogey words are about as community-minded as Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot.
‘Neo-Nazi; swastika, Hitlerian, Mein Kampf, antisemitic, racist, Holocaust denial, violence against migrants; German national-socialist party, chaos, bloodshed, Nazi, Waffen SS, Third Reich, Arrow Cross, militia, extermination of Jews and Gypsies; terrorises Jewish populations; deadly attacks against Roma; extreme right parties; populist parties; promoting race inequality; frenzied search for scapegoats; extreme right parties; racist and antisemitic; extreme right; promoting hate speech; terrifying situation; neo-Nazis; Jewish; immigrant, Muslim, Roma or black people might fear for their lives; Nazism; the Shoah; racism; antisemitism; dogmas; dogma; populist parties; dogma; the European fortress, anti-immigrant; lockdown of Europe's frontiers; racial and social violence; sustained assault; nightmare.’
As soon as WWII was won your lot declared war upon us with a ‘European dream’ insistent that the white world, and only the white white world, be ‘togethered’ by all manner of alien peoples unwanted by any but you, your bought politicians and the would-be colonisers.
‘We are all Greek Jews,' Benjy?’ I’m not. I’m with Golden Dawn. Greek through and through, fair play to them for looking after their own when a malign and self-serving globalist establishment would not.
If the ‘European dream’ people, the ‘Shoah’ crowd, (check out the almighty Holocaust exaggeration here) the ‘Jewish, immigrant, Muslim, Roma or black' want to ‘fight the extreme right,’ (native, white Europeans who would dare to put their own folk first in their own ancestral homelands) they can do so without me.
Those who signed the aforementioned letter were as follows:
Abtan; Amos Gitaï; Béate et Serge Klarsfeld; Bernard Kouchner; Bernard-Henri Lévy; Adam Michnik; Elie Wiesel and AB Yehoshua, all of whom are Jewish. It was also signed by Dario Fo; Jovan Dijvak; Svetlana Gannushkina; Anthony Giddens; Amélie Nothomb; Oliviero Toscani and Dominique Sopo, who are not.