Belgian Cafe Posts 'No Jews Allowed' Sign


tay
#1
The Belgian League Against Anti-Semitism, or LBCA, filed the complaint Wednesday against the parties responsible for hanging a Turkish- and French-language sign at a cafe in Saint-Nicolas, a town located just east of the southern city of Liege.


The Turkish text reads: “Dogs are allowed in this establishment but Jews are not under any circumstances.” The French text replaces “Jews” with “Zionists.”


Following the LBCA complaint, the mayor of Saint-Nicolas, Jacques Heleven, dispatched police to the cafe, who had the sign removed and confirmed the LBCA report.


The window display also included a Palestinian flag, an Israeli flag crossed out with a red “X” sign, and a kaffieh, or Palestinian shawl, draped around it.


“LBCA will file in the coming hours a criminal complaint with the Liege prosecutor over the actions of those responsible for this violation of the July 30 law against racism and xenophobia of 1981,” LBCA said in a statement.


Last week, the Belgian Jewish newspaper Joods Actueel reported that a shop owner in Antwerp had refused to sell an Orthodox Jewish woman clothes “out of protest.” An employee confirmed that the shop had temporarily adopted a policy of not selling to Jews.


Western Europe has seen a significant rise in anti-Semitic hate speech and attacks - including against nine synagogues in France – since Israel launched its Operation Protective Edge against Hamas in Gaza on July 8, following multiple launching of rockets from Gaza into Israeli cities and towns.


: Belgian Cafe Posts 'No Jews Allowed' Sign – Forward.com (external - login to view)
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
#2
So it is now PC to discriminate based on race in Europe. Gotta love the left.
 
petros
#3
Jew isn't a race and a business owner has the RIGHT to refuse service to whoever they please.
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+2
#4
Muslims banned from USA restaurant in Alabama:






All too often this is a two way street though conveniently overlooked by too many. It's time to treat everyone alike regardless of faith or whatever.
 
Praxius
Free Thinker
#5
Hmmm, can't refuse someone service based on their jewish beliefs and from your own privately run business, but drawing cartoons, writing hate speech and other similarly inflammatory public statements against Muslims is ok......


Gotcha.... Clear as crystal and makes perfect sense.
 
Dixie Cup
Libertarian
+2
#6
I rest my case - in a previous post I said that if Israel didn't have the power to protect herself she' be destroyed. This is a good example of lessons not learned....absolutely disgusting!!


JMHO
 
damngrumpy
No Party Affiliation
+1
#7
We as a society long ago stepped away from hating people because they were
who they were. Now we allow this kind of thing to take place No this is not about
the left or the right its about the fabric of society itself. If you are open for business
serving the public you should not be allowed to exclude a customer unless they are
there drunk or attempting to do harm.
We also better understand we are entering a world where people are here to in fact
destroy our way of life and institute their intolerance and soon we as a society will
need to be protected from rouge elements as well.
The problem is not the Muslims i get that the problem is the fanatics and the silence
of the Muslim majority.
A number of decades ago the citizens stood up against groups like the KKK and
made them unacceptable Now we must do the same for other kinds of hatred.
 
lone wolf
Free Thinker
#8
I suppose a sign reading "Flemish only" might have been bad for business?
 
Blackleaf
#9
Quote:

The Turkish text reads: “Dogs are allowed in this establishment but Jews are not under any circumstances.”

To be honest, that statement is, frankly, disgusting. It's also, sadly, the norm amongst many Continental Europeans who seem to have forgotten that, just 75 years ago, it was such anti-Jewish bigotry that caused a world war and the deaths of over 60 million people.

Replace the word "Jews" with "Muslims, "women", gays", "blacks", "Scots" or any other group of people who are trendy and fashionable at the moment with the Left and just imagine the cries of outrage - including from the like of Petros and his hypocritical anti-Semitic mates on this forum who seem to think it's okay to ban people for being Jewish from such establishments but would turn deep purple with faux outrage had anyone banned Muslims or blacks from a cafe or B&B because they don't like the atrocities committed by Muslim and black countries.

Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Jew isn't a race and a business owner has the RIGHT to refuse service to whoever they please.

That's why I have no problem with that cafe that I saw yesterday in Cleveleys on the sunny Fylde coast yesterday afternoon that had banned Muslims from its establishment in protest over the atrocities committed by Muslims in Syria and "Palestine" and why I remain fully supportive of that Christian couple in Cornwall who were ordered by the Supreme Court to pay £3,600 in damages to a couple of militant nufters who the Christian couple had quite rightly turned away from their B&B because they didn't want such people staying in their establishment. Who are the hell are the Supreme Court to tell this lovely couple who they should accept on their own premises?
 
Corduroy
+2
#10
Every time Israel collectively punishes Palestinians for the actions of Hamas some dickbag shop keepers somewhere collectively punish Jews for the actions Israel.

This is all the same thing isn't it? Except the punishment in Belgium is hate speech and not being allowed to shop, whereas in Gaza it's mass murder. And I guess Jews in Belgium are fortunate enough to have recourse with the state. The police come along and investigate hate speech while the rest of world is shocked and saddened by rising antisemitism. In Gaza, Palestinians have no recourse. Their mass murder is met with the cheers and encouragement of the international community.
 
petros
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

To be honest, that statement is, frankly, disgusting. It's also, sadly, the norm amongst many Continental Europeans who seem to have forgotten that, just 75 years ago, it was such anti-Jewish bigotry that caused a world war and the deaths of over 60 million people.
Replace the word "Jews" with "Muslims, "women", gays", "blacks", "Scots" or any other group of people who are trendy and fashionable at the moment with the Left and just imagine the cries of outrage - including from the like of Petros and his hypocritical anti-Semitic mates on this forum who seem to think it's okay to ban people for being Jewish from such establishments but would turn deep purple with faux outrage had anyone banned Muslims or blacks from a cafe or B&B because they don't like the atrocities committed by Muslim and black countries.
That's why I have no problem with that cafe that I saw yesterday in Cleveleys on the sunny Fylde coast yesterday afternoon that had banned Muslims from its establishment in protest over the atrocities committed by Muslims in Syria and "Palestine" and why I remain fully supportive of that Christian couple in Cornwall who were ordered by the Supreme Court to pay £3,600 in damages to a couple of militant nufters who the Christian couple had quite rightly turned away from their B&B because they didn't want such people staying in their establishment. Who are the hell are the Supreme Court to tell this lovely couple who they...

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you have a beef with me? Ahhhh how cute. To me a beef is as flattering as a crush.
 
Blackleaf
+1
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

Every time Israel collectively punishes Palestinians for the actions of Hamas some dickbag shop keepers somewhere collectively punish Jews for the actions Israel.

What the f*ck have Jews in Belgium got to do with the foreign policy of a foreign country 4,500 miles away?

Since when are Belgians responsible for the righteous actions of Israel in fighting terrorism? I wonder what the bloody useless Belgians would do should the Germans, French or British started lobbing missiles and rockets into their pointless little country.

Why is it that when a a group of Muslims commits a terrorist attack certain people are suddenly keen to emphasise that "these actions are in no way representative of all Muslims and of Islam", in order to try and prevent "Islamophobia", yet when a Jewish state fights for its life against a group of medieval thugs the very same people who are keen to emphasise that "these actions are in no way representative of all Muslims and of Islam" whenever yet more Muslims commit yet more atrocities then suddenly try to blame all Jews, alla round the world, for the actions of Israel, even Jews who have no bloody connection with Israel and have probably never even been there all their lives.
Last edited by Blackleaf; Jul 27th, 2014 at 11:54 AM..
 
petros
+1
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

What the f*ck have Jews in Belgium got to do with the foreign police of a foreign country 4,500 miles away?

Since when are Belgians responsible for the righteous actions of Israel?

Think for awhile on that. It will probably hurt you but it will make a man of you.
 
Blackleaf
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Think for awhile on that. It will probably hurt you but it will make a man of you.


What have Jews in Belgium, France, Germany or elsewhere got to do with the actions of Israel?

Belgian Jews are Belgians, not Israeli. Belgium and Israel are two different countries 4,500 miles away.

Blaming Belgian women and children for the actions of Israeli would be the same as me going round beating up Muslims in Bolton for the actions of Syria. (And I could just imagine the outcry from you should I do that to your precious Mislams).

The problem with anti-Semites like you is that you like to label all Jews together, as though they are all one entity, like a hive. In one breath you tell us not to tar all Muslims with the same brush "because the actions of Muslim terrorists are in no way representative of Islam" then in the next breath you see no problem in BELGIAN Jews being subjected to hate and racism because of the actions of a country almost 5,000 miles away that has got sod all to do with them.
 
petros
#15
What do Muzzies in EU have do with Arabs?

Refusal To Sell - Corporate/Commercial Law - Belgium (external - login to view)
 
Blackleaf
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

What do Muzzies in EU have do with Arabs?

Refusal To Sell - Corporate/Commercial Law - Belgium (external - login to view)


Continue to make yourself look stupid and bigoted.

If you want Europe to return to the dark days of the 1930s - and we know how that ended up - go ahead. It's YOUR views, the exact same anti-Semitic views and the exact same violence and hatred against Jews which you promote, which caused 60 million deaths in 1939-1945.

From the brilliant Richard Littlejohn:

The new anti-Semitism: How the Left reversed history to bring Judaism under attack



By Richard Littlejohn
6th July 2007
Daily Mail



Just a few years before the outbreak of war in Europe the Battle of Cable Street in London's East End in 1936 saw tens of thousands of Jews and local trades unionists fight side by side to halt a march by Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists. The anti-Semites are trying to revert Europe back to these dark days


On the side of St George's Town Hall in the East End of London, there's a mural commemorating the Battle of Cable Street in 1936, when tens of thousands of Jews and local trades unionists fought side by side to halt a march by Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists.

They poured out of the docks, factories and sweat shops to repel the Blackshirts, who were being given an official police escort. Their banners read: They Shall Not Pass.

By the end of the day, the police were forced to withdraw and Mosley's thugs had been routed. It was a crushing defeat, from which the Far Right never really recovered and was pivotal in preventing the cancer of Fascism and anti-Semitism then sweeping Continental Europe from establishing a meaningful foothold in this country.

In my previous incarnation as a young labour and industrial correspondent, I used to drink in the Britannia pub, in Cable Street, with an old friend, Brian Nicholson, former chairman of the transport workers' union, who lived a couple of doors down.


The Battle of Cable Street mural at the side of St George's Town Hall on Cable Street in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

From the public bar, a few yards across the square from the old Town Hall, I watched with fascination as the mural was being painted. It took 17 years from conception to completion in 1993 and more than once suffered the indignity of being vandalised by moronic Mosley manques in the National Front and the BNP.

A couple of years ago when the BBC approached me to make what they called an 'authored documentary' on any subject about which I felt passionate, I proposed an investigation into modern anti-Semitism to coincide with the 70th anniversary of Cable Street last October.

My thesis was that while the Far Right hasn't gone away, the motive force behind the recent increase in anti-Jewish activity comes from the Fascist Left and the Islamonazis.

It was an idea which vanished into the bowels of the commissioning process, never to return.

Eventually the Beeb told me that they weren't making any more 'authored documentaries'.

I couldn't help wondering what might have happened if I'd put forward a programme on 'Islamophobia'.

It would probably have become a six-part, primetime series and I'd have been up for a BAFTA by now.

But I persevered and Channel 4 picked up the project. You can see the results on Monday night.

When some people heard I was making the programme, their first reaction was: 'I didn't know you were Jewish.'

I'm not, but what's that got to do with the price of gefilte fish? They simply couldn't comprehend why a non-Jew would be in the slightest bit interested in investigating anti-Semitism.

If I had been making a film about Islamophobia, no one would have asked me if I was Muslim.

The Labour MP John Mann told me that he experienced exactly the same reaction when he instigated a parliamentary inquiry into anti-Semitism.

'As soon as I set it up, the first MP who commented to me said: "Oh, I didn't know you were Jewish, John."' He isn't, either.

But the implication was plainly that the very idea of anti-Semitism is the invention of some vast Jewish conspiracy.

Mann's inquiry reported: 'It is clear that violence, desecration and intimidation directed towards Jews is on the rise. Jews have become more anxious and more vulnerable to attack than at any time for a generation or longer.'

That certainly bears out my own findings. After three months filming across Britain, I reached the conclusion: It's open season on the Jews.

Ever since 9/11 I've detected an increase in anxiety among Jewish friends and neighbours in my part of North London. As I've always argued: just because you're paranoid, it doesn't mean they're not out to get you.

When I went to address a ladies' charity lunch at a synagogue in Finchley, I was astonished at the level of security. You don't expect to see bouncers in black bomber jackets on the door at a place of worship.

I soon discovered this wasn't unusual. Nor is it confined to London. The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester, Mike Todd, took me out on patrol with his officers and members of the Community Security Trust, which provides protection for the Jewish community.

These patrols are mounted every Friday night following a series of unprovoked attacks on Jews on their way to synagogue. We passed a care home surrounded by barbed wire.

At the King David School, there are high fences, floodlights, CCTV cameras and fulltime guards. It was the kind of security you associate with a prison.

They're even installing bombproof windows in many prominent Jewish institutions and running evacuation drills.

This sounded to me like Cold War panic. Surely it's all a bit over the top? Far from it, said Todd.

'We know that people carry out hostile reconnaissance. You do know that there will be attacks potentially and so what we're trying to do is make it a hostile environment to those people who want to engage in anti-Semitic attacks.'

In the past two years, Manchester police reported a 20 per cent rise in anti-Semitic incidents. I visited a Jewish cemetery in the north of the city which has been repeatedly desecrated - headstones and graves smashed, swastikas daubed on memorials. It was heartbreaking.

That type of cowardly vandalism is almost certainly the handiwork of Far Right skinheads. But the more serious threat comes from Islamist extremists.

Police and the security services say they have uncovered a series of plots by groups linked to Al Qaeda to attack Jewish targets in Britain.

As Channel 4's own Undercover Mosque documentary exposed earlier this year, anti-Jewish sermons are routinely preached in Britain. Anti-Semitic hatred is beamed in on satellite TV channels and over the internet.

On London's Edgware Road, just around the corner from the Blairs' new Connaught Square retirement home, I was able to buy a copy of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf, translated into Arabic. It was on open sale alongside the evening paper and the Kit-Kats.

You don't even have to be Jewish to find yourself on the end of anti-Semitic hatred. I met a Jack the Ripper tour guide in East London who was beaten up by a group of Muslim youths, who took one look at his period costume - long black coat and black hat - and assumed he was an Orthodox Jew and therefore deserving of a kicking. They didn't want 'dirty Jews' in 'their' neighbourhood.

During the 2005 General Election, anti-war activists targeted Labour MPs who supported the invasion of Iraq. Fair enough, that's a legitimate enough ambition in a democracy.

But in the case of Lorna Fitzsimons, the member for Rochdale, the campaign to unseat her took a sinister turn.

An outfit calling itself The Muslim Public Affairs Committee (MPAC) - basically two brothers above a kebab shop - published leaflets 'accusing' her of being Jewish, even though she's not.

'They said I was part of the world neo-Con Zionist conspiracy. I think it's deeply insidious and worrying that they felt there was so much anti-Semitism in the local community that it would galvanise the vote.' In the event, she lost her seat by a few hundred votes and is certain the MPAC smear campaign swung it.

Opposition to the war and loathing of Israel has led the selfstyled 'anti-racist' Left to make common cause with Islamonazis. And 'anti-Zionism' soon tips over into straight- forward anti-Semitism.

When The Observer columnist Nick Cohen - who has always considered himself of the Left and, despite the surname, isn't Jewish either - wrote a piece defending the toppling of Saddam he was deluged with hate mail.

'It was amazing anti-Semitism, you know - you're only saying this because you're a Jew.'

Cohen has also noticed the casual anti-Jewish sentiment around Left-wing dinner tables and in the salons of Islington.

He is appalled by the way in which his old comrades-in-arms have embraced terrorist groups like Hezbollah, one of the most anti-Semitic organisations on Earth.

Check out the way the National Union of Journalists singles out Israel for boycott, even though it has the only free press in the Middle East. Or the academic boycott of Israel by the university lecturers, which as the lawyer Anthony Julius and the law professor Alan Dershowitz argue, goes way beyond legitimate protest. The sheer ferocity and violence of the arguments is nothing more than naked anti-Semitism.

Under the guise of 'anti-Zionism', anti- Semitism is rife on British university campuses. But still the Government refuses to ban groups such as Hizb ut-Tahir, motto: 'Jews will be killed wherever they can be found.'

Then there is self-proclaimed 'anti-racist' Ken Livingstone, the mayor of London, who said to a Jewish reporter, Oliver Finegold, who approached him outside County Hall: 'What did you do before? Were you a German war criminal?'

When Finegold explained that he was Jewish and was deeply offended by the remark, Livingstone compared him to a 'concentration camp guard'.

Attempting to justify himself, Livingstone put on his best Kenneth Williams 'Stop Messing About' voice and protested that he wasn't being anti-Jewish since he was rude about everyone. That was his Get Out Of Jail Free gambit.

Funny how that excuse didn't work for Bernard Manning.

But under the Macpherson code to which Livingstone subscribes, a racist incident is one which anyone perceives as racist - intended victim or onlooker. It's curious how in multi-cultural, diverse, inclusive, anti-racist Britain, the rules don't seem to extend to the Jews.

Livingstone would never have dreamed of being that offensive to a Muslim, or Jamaican, journalist.

Any Tory who made similar remarks would have been hounded from office - and Livingstone would have been leading the lynch mob.

Blaming Israel is the last refuge of the anti-Semite. Livingstone insists he's not anti-Jewish, he just opposes the policies of the Israeli government.

So perhaps he can explain what the hell the conflict in the Middle East has to do with calling a Jewish reporter a German war criminal and a concentration camp guard? Where exactly does the Palestinian cause fit into that equation?

'If you have people like the Mayor of London crossing the line, then making a half-apology, and stumbling through that, then it gives a message out to the rest of the community. That is why anti-Semitism is on the rise again - because it's become acceptable,' says John Mann, whose parliamentary inquiry team was shocked at the scale and nature of what it unearthed.

'Every single member of our committee was stunned at some of the things they found out. It wasn't a Britain that they recognised. It's almost as if it's a throwback. We thought these were things we'd seen in the past, and we hoped had gone.'

As A Labour MP he's appalled at the way many on the Left have become almost casually and routinely anti-Semitic. 'We wouldn't have seen this ten or 15 years ago. This idea that in some way there's a conspiracy of Jews running the world goes back to the Elders of the Protocols of Zion (a long since discredited book, though still popular in the Muslim world) in the last century. We've seen this before, and now it's resurgent.'

Seventy years after Cable Street, we've gone full circle. The Left who once stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the Jews against the Blackshirts are now in the vanguard of the new anti-Semitism.

The Britannia has long since closed and the Jewish community has moved on, but the mural remains. The synagogues have been replaced by mosques.

Where the East End was once a hotbed of Far Right extremism, these days it's the stomping ground of George Galloway's Respect Party, a grubby alliance of Islamic extremists and the old Socialist Workers Party - at the heart of the new 'We Are All Hezbollah Now' activism.

While we were shooting the final sequence of next Monday's film in front of the mural, a scruffy-looking bloke wandered out of what used to be the Britannia and now seems to have been turned into some kind of glorified squat.

He recognised me, identified himself as a member of Respect, objected to what I was saying to camera and tried to disrupt us.

Outnumbered, he shuffled away again, shouting. He did not pass.

The Second Battle of Cable Street, it wasn't.

The new anti-Semitism: How the Left reversed history to bring Judaism under attack | Mail Online
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petros
+1
#17
If 1936 ever comes back you'll be in great shape son.
 
Blackleaf
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

If 1936 ever comes back you'll be in great shape son.

Here's a picture I found of you:



 
petros
+1
#19
Great book. Have you read it? It's a Right Wing masterpiece.
 
Blackleaf
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Great book. Have you read it? It's a Right Wing masterpiece.

It's the Left who love Mein Kampf, cos it's mainly the Left, not the Right, who are anti-Semitic.

Is this you right now? Or is that one of your pals on here?






 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+3
#21  Top Rated Post
Quote:

Blackie,

What the f*ck have Jews in Belgium got to do with the foreign policy of a foreign country 4,500 miles away?


Same thing with Alabama openly posting a sign that says for all Muslims to keep out because of Al Qaeda's actions overseas. Once the floodgates of prejudice are opened in the manner done in Belgium and Alabama, a torrent of more hate infects the entire environs. Best to keep the hate in check and for people to reconcile.

Quote:

It's the Left who love Mein Kampf, cos it's mainly the Left, not the Right, who are anti-Semitic.


Correction: Storm Front and the John Birch Society are right wing.
 
Blackleaf
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

Same thing with Alabama openly posting a sign that says for all Muslims to keep out because of Al Qaeda's actions overseas.


And that gets condemned because "it's racist" (even though Muslims aren't a race) yet somehow it isn't racist to ban Jews from a cafe in Belgium (even though Judaism is a race) even though those innocent Jewish people have sod all to do with a conflict 4,500 miles away in a foreign country which they've likely never been to.

Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post


Correction: Storm Front and the John Birch Society are right wing.

It's mainly the Left and their favourite media - most notable the Beeb, the Grauniad and The Staggers - who are anti-Semitic. It's the Left, not the Right.

As Mr Littlejohn says above:

My thesis was that while the Far Right hasn't gone away, the motive force behind the recent increase in anti-Jewish activity comes from the Fascist Left and the Islamonazis.
Last edited by Blackleaf; Jul 27th, 2014 at 12:43 PM..
 
darkbeaver
Republican
#23
[QUOTE=Blackleaf;1953601]To be honest, that statement is, frankly, disgusting. It's also, sadly, the norm amongst many Continental Europeans who seem to have forgotten that, just 75 years ago, it was such anti-Jewish bigotry that caused a world war and the deaths of over 60 million people.[QUOTE]

So you're saying a Jewish cause was responsible for WWII?
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+3
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

And that gets condemned because "it's racist" (even though Muslims aren't a race) yet somehow it isn't racist to ban Jews from a cafe in Belgium (even though Judaism is a race) even though those innocent Jewish people have sod all to do with a conflict 4,500 miles away.


My point is that prejudice of this kind whether against Muslims, Jews, or whatever is wrong. Dead wrong. Reconciliation of diverse peoples is what makes this a better and more peaceful world.
 
Blackleaf
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

My point is that prejudice of this kind whether against Muslims, Jews, or whatever is wrong. Dead wrong. Reconciliation of diverse peoples is what makes this a better and more peaceful world.


It's wrong if you do it to Muslims, gays, women or blacks, but not if you do it to the big-nosed Jew.
 
darkbeaver
Republican
+1
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

And that gets condemned because "it's racist" (even though Muslims aren't a race) yet somehow it isn't racist to ban Jews from a cafe in Belgium (even though Judaism is a race) even though those innocent Jewish people have sod all to do with a conflict 4,500 miles away in a foreign country which they've likely never been to.



It's mainly the Left and their favourite media - most notable the Beeb, the Grauniad and The Staggers - who are anti-Semitic. It's the Left, not the Right.

Hey sh it head the score in this weeks war between the Semites is 1000 to one for the zionist anti Semite machine
 
Blackleaf
#27
[QUOTE=darkbeaver;1953650][QUOTE=Blackleaf;1953601]To be honest, that statement is, frankly, disgusting. It's also, sadly, the norm amongst many Continental Europeans who seem to have forgotten that, just 75 years ago, it was such anti-Jewish bigotry that caused a world war and the deaths of over 60 million people.
Quote:


So you're saying a Jewish cause was responsible for WWII?

Anti-Semitism was the cause of widespread violence and upheaval and deaths in Europe throughout the 1930s (Kristallnacht; Cable Street, etc), and then even more violence, upheaval, deaths and destruction in the 1940s.

And the Left-wing idiots on this forum and elsewhere who are promoting and excusing anti-Semitism are paving the way for the same fate to happen again. They just haven't learnt from the recent past.
 
petros
+1
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

It's the Left who love Mein Kampf, cos it's mainly the Left, not the Right, who are anti-Semitic.
Is this you right now? Or is that one of your pals on here?

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Nothing. Absolutely nothing tops Mein Kampf as Right wing guide book. If you read it you'd get a warm fuzzy feeling because it's right up your alley.
 
Blackleaf
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Nothing. Absolutely nothing tops Mein Kampf as Right wing guide book. If you read it you'd get a warm fuzzy feeling because it's right up your alley.

It's the Left who promote and support anti-Semitism, not the Right, as Littlejohn's brilliant article above points out.

The Nazis were also Left-wingers too, of course.
 
petros
+1
#30
Have you read it?

Left wingers? The last thing you wanted be in Germany was a lefty. You sure have a f-cked up reality in your noggin.
 

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