Monday, January 28, 2013

The Problem of Holocaust Remembrance in Britain, Europe

The problem is, as per this story about the horrendous words of a British MP, that it sets up a false dichotomy between the "good" Jews--the long dead ones--and the "bad" Jews--those who are alive and kicking in Israel. When Holocaust remembrance becomes little more than a weapon brandished to threaten and pummel living Jews for supposedly failing to live up to the standards of the saintly dead ones (saintly largely for being dead and therefore completely non-threatening), something is very amiss, and very broken, and very, very sick.

I don't give a crap about Europeans wringing their hands and laying wreaths and shedding copious crocodile tears about the Holocaust. Better they should eschew their pathological Zionhass, their vile Israelophobia, because that's the only way they'll be able to play an effective role in routing the Shoah, Part II.

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