Sunday, March 25, 2007
German Police Cadets Sick Of Holocaust Indoctrination
According to a story posted on Haaretz, entitled "German Cadets Express Unwillingness To Remember Holocaust", an entire class of German police cadets expressed their unwillingness to remember the Holocaust© during a compulsory class that dealt with the Nazi regime. Some of the cadets said during the class that "Jews are rich." (Image courtesy of Wvwnews.net)
The discussion, characterized by Haaretz as an "anti-Semitic incident", was witnessed by one of the official Soviet-style "zampolitsa", or Holocaust© propagandists assigned to indoctrinate successive classes of German police cadets. Eighty-three year old Holocaust© survivor Isaac Becher, whose family - parents and two sisters - perished in German work camps, claimed that he witnessed similar behavior during lectures he gave to German soldiers. But Becher also said that "the instructors always counter such outbursts immediately," and that he was pleased with the police chief's reaction to the incident. Becher has been lecturing police cadets about his wartime experiences for 20 years.
This minor incident apparently became newsworthy only because of the recent publication of data suggesting a possible escalation in right-wing violence in Germany. During the past year, the report identified 147 events among German army personnel which were classified as being of an "extreme right-wing nature," including people chanting "Zig Heil" as well as "Nazi" salutes.
A spokesperson for the police academy said that the class that was involved in the incident was required to take classes on "the role of the police during the Holocaust© ," and that all students receive lectures on the annihilation of European Jewry, and are taken on tours of Ziekenhuizen concentration camp in Germany.
The Vice-President of the Bundestag, Wolfgang Tirza, warned against the radical right-wing's alleged infiltration into the ranks of the police. He complained that the mere suspicion that the 'spirit of anti-Semitism' is spreading within the police is dangerous enough", he said.
The secretary general of the of Jewish Organizations in Germany, Stephan Kramer, who also heads up the Central Council of Jews in Germany, and who basically is the German version of Abe Foxman, predictably bewailed the incident as a "scandal", and lamented that he had heard similar comments in public institutions in Germany. Another Jewish activist, Rabbi Andreas Nehama, asserted that "the German police incident reflects the society as a whole".
A couple of other incidents may have fueled this obvious over-reaction on the part of Jewish spokesmen. On February 26th, the European Jewish Press reported that a smoke bomb was thrown through a window of a Jewish kindergarten in Berlin. Tragedy was averted when the bomb malfunctioned. In addition, unidentified vandals spray-painted swastikas, other Nazi symbols and anti-Semitic phrases, such as “Auschwitz,” “Juden Raus” (Jews, get out) and “Sieg Heil”, on the school's outer walls, as well as on toys that had been lying around in the school’s playground.
On March 24th, Ynetnews reported that a delegate from the German Catholic Bishops' Conference, during a recent visit to Israel and Occupied Palestine, compared the Palestinian town of Ramallah with the Warsaw Ghetto. "This morning we saw pictures of the Warsaw Ghetto at Yad Vashem, and this evening we are going to the Ramallah ghetto," Bishop Gregor Maria Franz Hanke was quoted as saying. Any comparison between Nazi Germany and Zionist Israel which places the two at the same level is looked upon as heretical by Organized Jewry.
However, two incidents, one clearly anti-Semitic, do NOT imply that the Gestapo or the SS have suddenly sprung back to life. German police cadets should not all be looked upon as 21st century Gestapo simply because they question why their country's still bludgeoned with the Holocaust© 60 years after the fact, and, maybe even more importantly, why is it that only the Jewish aspect is constantly highlighted. Jews were unquestionably singled out by Hitler and his NSDAP, but Hitler attempted peaceful solutions to the Jewish Question until World War II cut off that option, and furthermore, Gypsies, homosexuals, Christians, actual criminals, and many others perished in the concentration camps also.
And of course, German police cadets are undoubtedly aware of the two prisoners of conscience sitting in their midst; Ernst Zuendel and Germar Rudolf. Neither committed a crime against a person or property. Neither raped, robbed, or murdered anyone. All they did was to question certain aspects of the Holocaust© - specifically, the demographics, the methodology, and, above all, the singularity of the event. However, the only acceptable options regarding Jews are either silence or approval; disapproval is not an option. And now Zuendel's lawyer, Sylvia Stolz is herself being charged. Organized Jewry endangers the world and particularly their own people with their pre-emptive "Never Again" approach, as backlash slowly percolates worldwide. The harder the Jews push, the more other people resist.