The mass media is either downplaying or disregarding this developing story. However, the WakeUpFromYourSlumber (WUFYS) website and Newsnet14 have alerted us to yet another attempt by Organized Jewry and the Holocaust® Cartel to extort more Holocaust reparations. Only this time, it is likely that the American taxpayer will have to pony up. Cartoon above left courtesy of Brutus on the Vanguard News Network Forum. View his entire collection HERE.
The excuse is that there remain tens of thousands of actual survivors who live below the poverty line. Yet the benefits of the proposed legislation are not limited to actual survivors, but will be available to "heirs, dependents, and others" (perhaps meaning the lawyers who will grow fat off this racket).
No concentration camps for Jews existed on American soil between 1933-1945, but apparently that is irrelevant to the Holocaust® Cartel.
According to Wikipedia, 416,837 Americans spilled their blood and sacrificed their lives in World War II, many against the primary country that targeted the Jews, but apparently that is also irrelevant to the Holocaust® Cartel.
They want more. Always, they put their hands out for more.
And just how does the Holocaust® Cartel propose to extort the American taxpayer? Two ways. First, there's HR1746, the Holocaust Insurance Accountability Act of 2007, introduced by Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), and currently slithering its way through various committees. Text of bill viewable either through Govtrack or Thomas. List of co-sponsors HERE. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates it would take $30 million in taxpayer dollars to create the registry initially, and an additional $5 million in taxpayer dollars per year to update and maintain the data. Here's a key excerpt explaining yet more costs:
Experts estimate that the value in 2006 of unpaid life, annuity, endowment, and dowry insurance theft from European Jewry from the Holocaust and its aftermath ranges between $17 billion and $200 billion.
This act will give Holocaust survivors, heirs, dependents, and others, access to U.S. courts for the purpose of entertaining legal actions against insurance companies, even when those claims have already been denied by European Courts. And let them pursue legal action and seek redress against insurance or RELATED companies and seek damages. And the amounts are to be TRIPLED and include interest.
And if an insurance company deemed "complicit" does not fork over information and money, it would be subject to losing its business license. Of course, the insurance companies, if they survive this proposed series of financial raids, will not "eat these losses". They will attempt to recover the losses - by raising OUR rates for various forms of insurance coverage.
That means YOU and ME, Mr. and Ms. America. We'll be indirectly paying for a tragedy that we had NO hand in creating or controlling, since most of us weren't even alive during the Holocaust.
Ah, but what about insurance companies which no longer exist, you ask? Guess what? There's another piece of legislation to take care of that issue. It's designated HR1185, entitled the Wartime Treatment Study Act. Text of bill viewable either as S.621 through Govtrack or as HR1185 through Thomas. List of HR1185 co-sponsors HERE; list of six S.621 co-sponsors HERE (the Senate version, S.621, sponsored by Russell Feingold, D-WI, is identical to HR1185).
While S.621 is designed to examine ill-treatment of German-Americans and Italian-Americans by the Federal government during World War II, of greater concern is Title II, which establishes a Commission on Wartime Treatment of Jewish Refugees. In part, this act reads "... including a review of the underlying rationale of the United States Government's decision to refuse Jewish and other refugees entry, the information the United States Government received or acquired suggesting such refusal was necessary, the perceived benefit of such refusal, and the impact of such refusal on the refugees."
The impact of such refusal? Another possible shakedown. Once the Wartime Commission gets through pointing the blame at the U.S. for not having a Urim and Thummin in hand to foresee the future of Jews in Europe, they will inevitably recommend that the Federal government fork over mega-dollars to "solve this problem".
And how much in Holocaust reparations has been paid to date? As documented HERE in July 2007, the German government has already paid out a total of around €64 billion (in euros, which is $88 billion based on the exchange rate prevailing on July 13th, 2007) to Holocaust survivors. However, on page 306 of his book "Jewish Supremacism", Dr. David Duke estimates the total of all German Holocaust reparations payments to be at least $150 billion (click HERE to find out how to order your own paper copy of Jewish Supremacism).
Many of these reparations to Israel were "in kind" payments, in the form of goods or services. On the same page, Dr. Duke states that "without German reparations..., Israel would not have half of its present infrastructure. All the trains in Israel are German, the ships are German, and the same goes for electrical installations and a great deal of industry...". Later in the same paragraph, Dr. Duke also points out that "In some years the sums of money received by Israel from Germany have been as much as double or treble the contribution made by collections from international Jewry".
If this renewed effort were focused strictly upon actual survivors from the camps, it might be one thing. But to attempt to extort proxy reparations for heirs, descendants, etc., who were NOT in the camps is unacceptable. There is no fair way to objectively or empirically quantify or commodify "derived" suffering. This proves that Holocaust extortion is not intended to ever end; Organized Jewry will always conjure up a new class of victims. And don't think the slavery reparations movement hasn't taken notice; the fact that the last former slave died decades ago does not deter them in the least.
Further discussion of this issue available at Stormfront. Yes, there's no business like Shoah business.