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Why Are Jews Enraged by Justin Trudeau's New Holocaust Memorial?
The Canadian government has re-dedicated a monument in memory of the victims of the Holocaust after facing criticism for omitting to explicitly mention Jews killed in the genocide.
What they are pissed off is that anybody but Jews is mentioned.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau opened the monument in Ottawa last week, but critics noted that its plaque does not mention anti-Semitism or the six million Jewish victims of Nazi violence.
WWII was a war that was not over the Jews at all. If that was the case the war would have started over the global boycott of German goods that was orchestrated only by the Jewish collective.
The Anti-Nazi Boycott of 1933 was a boycott of German products by foreign critics of the Nazi Party in response to an organized campaign of violence and boycotting undertaken by Hitler's Nazi Party against the Jews of Germany following his appointment as Chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933. Those in the United Kingdom, United States and other places worldwide who opposed Hitler's antisemitic policies, developed the boycott and its accompanying protests to encourage Nazi Germany to end the regime's often-expressed anti-Jewish attitude.
The bolded part is a lie, plain and simple and the real facts are available to anybody who has half a brain.
Benjamin Freedman's 1961 Speech at the Willard Hotel
Text from the video speech.
Israel | A Jewish Defector Warns America: Benjamin Freedman speaks
Nevertheless, the Jews of the world declared a boycott against Germany, and it was so effective that you couldn't find one thing in any store anywhere in the world with the words "made in Germany" on it.
In fact, an executive of the Woolworth Company told me that they had to dump millions of dollars worth of crockery and dishes into the river; that their stores were boycotted. If anyone came in and found a dish marked "made in Germany," they were picketed with signs: "Hitler", "murderer", and so forth, and like -- something like these sit-ins that are taking place in the South.
R. H. Macy, which is controlled by a family called Strauss who also happen to be Jews. . . a woman found stockings there which came from Chemnitz, marked "made in Germany". Well, they were cotton stockings. They may have been there 20 years, because since I've been observing women's legs in the last twenty years, I haven't seen a pair with cotton stockings on them. So Macy! I saw Macy boycotted, with hundreds of people walking around with signs saying "MURDERS" and "HITLERITES", and so forth.
Now up to that time, not one hair on the head of any Jew had been hurt in Germany. There was no suffering, there was no starvation, there was no murder, there was nothing.
Now, that. . . naturally, the Germans said, "Why, who are these people to declare a boycott against us and throw all our people out of work, and our industries come to a standstill? Who are they to do that to us?" They naturally resented it. Certainly they painted swastikas on stores owned by Jews.
Why should a German go in and give their money to a storekeeper who was part of a boycott who was going to starve Germany into surrender into the Jews of the world, who were going to dictate who their premier or chancellor was to be? Well, it was ridiculous.
The will be more on the 6M figure as the myth can be shown to be very false and very deliberate in the championing of that figure.
"The National Holocaust Monument commemorates millions of men, women, and children murdered during the Holocaust and honors the survivors who persevered and were able to make their way to Canada after one of the darkest chapters in history," the plaque reads.
Pages in category "Jewish Nazi collaborators"
The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.
In later posts those names will be examined and there are many that are missing, like George Soros.
These rats will also be examined in greater details as time allows.
"The monument recognizes the contribution those survivors have made to Canada and serves as a reminder that we must be vigilant in standing guard against hate, intolerance, and discrimination."
Conservative lawmaker David Sweet reproached the Canadian government in a parliamentary debate Tuesday.
"If we're going to stamp out hatred towards Jews, it's important to get history right," said Sweet.
Let's get his history right, he is bought and paid for by the Jewish collective, plain and simple.
Sweet is chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology, a role he has held since September 30, 2010. He also serves on the Steering Committee of the Canadian Parliamentary Committee to Combat Antisemitism Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism (CPCCA). He also served on the CPCCA's Inquiry Panel which released a public report on July 7, 2011. . In November 2012, Sweet received the 2012 Humanitarian Award from the Hamilton Jewish Federation for his work on CPCCA and in speaking out against racism.
"How could the prime minister permit such a glaring omission of reference to antisemitism and the fact that the millions of men, women and children who were murdered were overwhelmingly Jewish?"
Senator Linda Frum had drawn attention to the omission in a tweet Tuesday.
“In Justin Trudeau's Canada the new Holocaust Monument plaque doesn't mention Jews, Anti-Semitism or the 6 Million,” she wrote.
In 2006, she was chair of the Women's Division of the United Jewish Appeal. She is a past board member of the Canada Israel Committee,
In 2006, she and her husband received the Human Relations Award from the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews.
In 2012, Minister Jason Kenney appointed Senator Frum Co-Chair of the Advisory Council for the 2013 Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance, and Research. In 2013, Minister Ambrose appointed Frum to sit on a task force to promote the participation of women on corporate boards. In December 2013, Frum and her husband co-chaired the Jewish National Fund's Negev Dinner in honour of Prime Minister Harper. The dinner set records for both attendance and fundraising: 4,000 people attended and $5.7m was raised for the Stephen J. Harper Bird Sanctuary Visitor and Education Centre in Hula Valley, Israel.
Let's see what hubby is all about as he is part of a package deal.
Together they give to charity, such as a $5 million gift to Jewish community centres in Toronto, and a $5 million gift to Mount Sinai Hospital to name The Sokolowski/Frum Reception, Triage and Waiting Area.
Cynamon and his family operate a charitable foundation The David and Stacey Cynamon Family Foundation. In 2007, with Sokolowski, Cynamon gave $4 million to The Hospital for Sick Children. Additionally, they also gave $5 million to a Jewish community centre for the development of Sports Complex in Toronto.
Following criticism for the omission, Canadian Heritage Minister Melanie Joly told the House of Commons that the plaque would be changed.
“It stands as a reminder of the dangers of hatred, racism, and intolerance while affirming respect for human rights, dignity and resilience," Joly said of the monument.
Avi Benlolo, CEO of the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies, told the Canadian Jewish News website the first plaque’s wording was “an oversight.”
Avi Benlolo is a Canadian human rights activist, president, and chief executive officer of Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies (FSWC), the Canadian branch of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. He was appointed in 2000.
“It’s being taken very seriously. I’m happy about that. Obviously, we are not happy the mistake was made originally, (but) I don’t think it’s malicious,” he said.
The shape of the $6 million monument, which was designed by Studio Libeskind, echoes the Star of David, and is located near the Canadian War Museum. Until now, Canada has been the only Allied power in World War II not to have a national Holocaust memorial.