Strategic goal of European Nations is total extermination of Jews - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ivan Durak
    • 13.04.10 | 14:43 (IDT)

    One does not need to be a great expert to see that rabid anti-Semitism is still a prevailing attitude towards Jews in the Western Europe. With all the respect (or disrespect) to the Western Europeans, they pioneered the concept of total extermination of Jews (never happened in the Eastern Europe, though ?westerners? always blamed ?easterners? in making pogroms). The historical fact is that the complete extermination of Jews happened in most western countries (Spain, Portugal, France (twice), England, Austrian (three times), Denmark, various Germanic states (countless times), Sweden...). On the other hand, Jews suffered form Polish oppression from the end of fourteenth century? and comprised more than 10% of the population in 1939). Then the ?westerners?(=civilized Germans) came to kill them all. Conclusion: as long as the Western European civilization exists they will do all they can to achieve the ?final solution?.

    from the article: The Holocaust won't protect Israel forever
    First published 02:46 13.04.10 | Last updated 10:48 13.04.10
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