Premierminister Manuel Valls advarer om antisemitismen uden at adressere problemet

Antisemitisme — Drokles on March 11, 2015 at 10:49 am

Den franske premierminister Manuel Valls advarer om den utålelige stigning i antisemitisme i Europa

Diagnosticere problemet siger den kære premierminister Valls og rabler om internettet, paraboler og fattigdom. Den europæiske løsning er da også at forsøge at begrænse overvåge internettet, frisere medierne og give flere penge til muslimspecifikke projekter. Men tidligere har Manuel Valls sat lighedstegn mellem antizionisme og antisemitisme ifølge Arutz Sheva, så man kunne næsten tro hans bekymring for jødernes velbefindende var lige så ægte som hans ængstelse for den virkelige trussel

Prime Minister Manuel Valls of France says the increasing anti-Israel and anti-Israel sentiments in French society have all the elements necessary to categorize them as anti-Semitism.

“In the 1970s, a new type of Jew-hatred emerged among elites,” Valls told The Wall Street Journal, “one that expressed itself primarily as hostility to Zionism and Israel. This new bigotry has all the [old] components of anti-Semitism, [including] a ‘plot’-based view of imagined Jewish conspiracies.’’

Valls said that this anti-Semitism of the elites has gradually “followed a migration, [impacting] young people in the poor neighborhoods.”

He said he fears that the anti-Semitism prevalent in today’s French society is “much deeper [than just] a couple of idiots who desecrate Jewish cemeteries.” He continued with incredulity: “In 2013 or 2014, you have people in the streets of Paris chanting ‘Death to the Jews!’ And in all the attacks in Paris or the attacks in Copenhagen, targeting the Jews is really at the heart of their motivation.”

Valls has also termed the recent terror attacks against Jews in Paris and as acts of “Islamo-fascism.”

Posten her er lettere inspireret af Hodja.

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