Eurabia made a deal with the devil. And now the devil is getting his due.
The EUroids imported 20 million Muslims, who came to Western countries with a ready-made model of society and government (sharia), which they believe to be superior to Western law, and they are violaently agitiating to institute it in Europe (and beyond).
Islamic Jew-hatred is a central tenet of Islam. And no matter how much ass-kissing Jewish groups do, no matter how much inter-faith dialogue they submit to, no matter how many Jews Jewish leaders throw under the bus (like myself), it doesn't matter. Islamic supremacists don't care. They mean to subjugate, oppress and destroy the Jewish people and their tiny homeland. And the Europeans signed off on this genocidal pact before the six million they slaughtered were fully counted.
Jews must leave Europe. Leave Europe to the savages.
Time to pay our respects to what was, and for European Jews to move elsewhere?
Michel Gurfinkiel is in the tradition of the great French essayists who put the issues of the day squarely before the public. It is a bold thing to do, especially when the subject under discussion is the fate of the Jews.
“You Only Live Twice” argues that, in the relatively short term, Jews are likely to have left Europe. The Jewish contribution to European civilization has been “a crowning glory of the human spirit,” but now the majority of European Jews and also those non-Jews who are paying attention to the march of history “insist that catastrophe may lie ahead.” The causes of this coming catastrophe are already evident to Gurfinkiel, and they tend toward an unhappy ending. In any case, the wise will not linger, awaiting certain submission. The time has come to pay our respects to what was once but is no more, and for Jews to move elsewhere as they have done through so many centuries.
In the aftermath of the Holocaust, Europeans adopted the phrase “Never Again,” implying shame for the perpetrators and at least a shading of guilt for the many who had stood by and taken no notice. For some years, survivors of the Nazi genocide, along with Jewish refugees expelled from the countries of the Middle East, were able to remake their lives everywhere across the continent. This was all too good to last.
Since 2000 in France alone, as Gurfinkiel notes, 7,650 anti-Semitic incidents ranging from petty insults to brutal racist murders have been reported, and this statistic ignores many more incidents that are known to have occurred but were not reported to the authorities. Things have come to the point where the chief rabbi of France advises Jews not to wear a kippah in the street because it makes them recognizable as Jews. “Never” has dropped out of the slogan of solidarity, leaving “Again” to stand on its own.