EUROPE EMBRACES THE DARKEST EVIL AGAIN
It is hard to believe that while Shoah victims and holocaust survivors still walk among us, that we would witness an evil so severe and grotesque that it would make the rhetoric of third Reich look mild.
Yes, the Nazis killed millions -- that was the obvious monstrous result of their campaign.
We have not yet witnessed the "final solution" of Islamic jihad - but there are incontrovertible facts that are blinding. The Nazis hid their crimes. The Nazis pretended to be doing one thing while subversively carrying out its "extermination" of Jews, gays, gypsies, etc. They engaged in rhetoric and obfuscation.
This time is different. The Muslims are not engaging in rhetoric. They are not pretending. They want the Jews dead and they exalt in their wild screams of blood lust. Such joy, such happiness at their Jew hating chants from a joyless people.
The Germans went to war, conquered countries and with the help of those weak governments and people annihilated the Jews. The Holocaust was a German initiative subsequently carried out by every nation in Europe, with the exception of Denmark.
It's not a national initiative this time. It's global........... a wave of evil has washed over this earth like a veritable tsunami and it has colored everything.
I expect this barbarity and Jew hated from the Arab/Islamic world. It's what they do and what they have always done.
But what was the lesson that Europe learned after the holocaust? It was not that evil is bad and that they behaved like monsters but as Caroline Glick said in our interview, that " rather that everything was caused by nationalism and therefore what we really need to do is have a European Union that will obviate our need for nationalism so that we can become this transnational gobbletygook and we'll all get together and therefore we won't have another Auschwitz". But really the lesson the Europeans should have been is that "we were evil and we have to be good. And that is the lesson we have to learn and and we have to be able and willing ot make moral distinctions and stand up for the good and fight evil and that is something the Europeans refuse to do."
Once again Europe chooses to embrace madness and evil as its central unifying characteristic. And this time England is leading the way.
I believe good will triumph over such overwhelming odds and numbers. I know it, in my bones but one has to look at the global landscape and say, at what cost?