Jews constantly prove they do not truly integrate into White societies but seek their own separate, privileged existence
Jews and Muslims in Europe have a “common cause” in opposing the rise of pro-European parties, says the president of the Conference of European Rabbis, Pinchas Goldschmidt (above).
From The New Observer, April 10:
SPEAKING DURING HIS ANNUAL PASSOVER MESSAGE, Goldschmidt called on Jews to “show solidarity with Muslims.”
Goldschmidt warned that the rise of ultra-nationalist parties and damage to the European Union caused by Brexit threatened the security of Jewish and Muslim minorities.
“When there is tolerance for other languages, other cultures, religions, traditions, we Jews feel more accepted,” Goldschmidt, who is also chief rabbi of Moscow, said.
“At the moment when an ultra-nationalist wind begins to blow, it makes Jews, as a minority, uncomfortable.” [Translation: When Jews are a majority, nationalism is alright. -cy]
Goldschmidt said that Europe was heading into a period of fluidity and turbulence, “which raises the question to what extent can you ensure the continuity of the Jewish community in Europe.”
“In general what we see is a reaction to immigration from the Middle East which has brought millions of Muslims to Europe,” he continued.
“Europe is now engaging in anti-immigration measures and [dealing with] the fear of Islamic terrorism.
“We [Jews and Muslims] definitely have a common cause in fighting for religious freedoms.” [What he states below are mainly not religious freedoms but tribal/cultural practices ... which are offensive to European/White values. -cy]
Goldschmidt cited calls to close mosques, ban ritual slaughter in the production of halal and kosher meat (which involves cutting the throats of non-stunned animals and letting them painfully bleed to death), outlaw circumcision—practiced by Jews and Muslims—and last month’s European court of justice ruling that employers could ban workers from wearing religious symbols or clothing.
Goldschmidt went on to discuss Muslim terrorism, saying that it could not be countered by “fighting Islam,” saying that there is a “red line” between Islam and “radical Islam.”
“We are the last ones to say it is not a problem. But what we are saying is that you don’t counter and fight Islamic terrorism by fighting Islam.
“But populist parties in France, Holland, Austria, and Germany are trying not to see this red line. It’s imperative for us and millions of Muslims living in Europe to show everyone this red line exists.”
Donald Trump’s victory in last year’s U.S. elections had raised fears that ultra-nationalist parties in Europe might benefit from a “tailwind,” he said.
The anti-Islam, anti-EU, populist Geert Wilders had been defeated in the Dutch elections last month, “but we need to see what happens in France and Germany.”
Goldschmidt added: “With the victory of Trump, we have ultra-nationalist parties feeling invigorated and strengthened, and they hope to have more influence in European politics. So it’s important to retain European common values and European unity. [This Semite is defining what European common values and unity are - contrary to what the nationalists who are European think. -cy]
Goldschmidt also warned against “covert antisemitism” under the banner of the movement to boycott Israel in protest of its 50-year occupation of Palestinian territories. “It’s not politically correct to be an all-out anti-Semite, but in many instances the state of Israel has replaced the Jew. To some extent, organizations … which are trying to delegitimize the state of Israel is a covert expression of antisemitism.”
This Jewish leader's words clearly declare that Jews should and must work tirelessly to assure a safe, comfortable life, with everything Jews like and require for happiness, in White countries they originally came to as guests. The guests are now making the rules to assure their own well being, even if at the expense of the security and continuity of their White hosts.
Jews and Muslims working together is a huge danger to our interests and future. Anyone can see that. So why, oh why can't we just say no.
Blame the shell game of confusing 'religious freedom' with cruel Semitic political/legalistic practices - something that must change if we are to save ourselves.