Germany’s And US’s Grotesque Jew Worship On The Occasion Of Israel’s 70th Anniversary

Heiko Maas, Germany’s new foreign minister, is deep into the cult of remembrance and quite willing to bow to Israel’s needs.


By Carolyn Yeager

BOTH COUNTRIES’ OFFICIAL POSITION, practically written in law, is that they have a ‘special relationship’ with the State of Israel.

We all know what Germany’s ‘special relationship’ is derived from, but the USA? In my opinion, ours was totally built by Hollywood and Jewish media empires. (I think of the movie “Exodus” starring that teenage hearthrob Paul Newman which was incredibly impactful in the 1950’s.) Unless they want to say that because Truman was the first to diplomatically recognize the new state of Israel in 1948, that cemented something forever and ever.

But no doubt the reason at bottom is the massive power base Jewry had established by that time in the United States.

In any event, the ‘celebrations’ for the combined 70th Anniversary (since 1948) and the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem–and the words from top officials–are all incredibly grotesque and unreal — even incomprehensible.

First, though Jerusalem is not and has never been an Israeli city but is an international city, the Israeli’s feel free to shoot dead the Palestinians who are protesting the event from Gaza on the other side of a security fence that Israel put up. The last count I saw was 52 dead just in the last 24 hours, justified because Jews are protecting their 70th birthday celebration with smiling and joyous guests from around the world. That’s the best I can get from it.

Can you imagine if the US shot dead Mexicans protesting and clamoring at our border wall? No, you can’t, it’s unimaginable.

Heiko Maas, the groveling German Foreign Minister who is in attendance I believe, wrote an editorial in the daily Bild Monday edition in which he saidGermans should be “eternally thankful” for the “unspeakable gift for us to be able to take part in the celebrations of Israel’s birthday.” Wow, the unspeakable gift! And “eternally thankful.” Indeed, because he also said, as does Angela Merkel:

“Our responsibility to protect Jewish life never ends.”

In light of this it only follows that he would also say, The security of Israel and fighting anti-Semitism must always belong to our national identity.”

Now this is something that the German people have been told, now and then, but never asked if they approve or accept it for their country. They’re not asked since their elected leaders have accepted it for them because of what their forbears are accused of doing under National Socialism.

This is why it seems so unreal–because it’s not talked about openly. It’s just been slid in there, and once in awhile it comes up, but always in a way that it is a foregone conclusion, a done deal, no objections allowed.

Grotesque. Especially for a ‘democracy.’

It’s the same with the USA

Ivanka and Jared arrive in Jerusalem for the great occasion … like coming home.


Our delegation to the 70th birthday & embassy-opening festivities in Jerusalem includes only stalwart Israel supporters like Senators Lindsay Graham and Ted Cruz, and Trump family members Ivanka and Jared Kushner.

Graham joyously told Fox News that the message President Trump has sent to Israelis by moving our embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, is “We have their back.” No one ever explains why we should have their back. It’s a very costly and dangerous back to have. Dual citizen Jared Kushner, in giving the major speech (and here) at the Embassy today tried to explain it. He said:

Our special bond is the envy of nations around the world. This bond is forged through shared history, sustained through shared interests, andimmortalized through shared principles.

Well, big deal. And what shared history is he talking about? What shared interests? And bad on us if we share Israel’s principles! So that does not explain it to me.

The United States stands with Israel because we both believe in freedom.

There we go – “the Arabs hate us for our freedoms.”

We stand together because we both believe in human rights. We stand with Israel because we both believe democracy is worth defending. And the United States stands with Israel because we know that it is the right thing to do.

Boy, that is lame. And so he went on, cliche after cliche. What else is there? He got by far his biggest applause – a standing ovation – when he said:

Last week President Trump kept another promise when he announced his intention to exit the dangerous, flawed and one-sided Iran deal.

Notably, he also said that “when we look back on this day we will see that the journey to peace started with a strong America recognizing the truth.”I’m sorry but I’m not clear on what ‘truth’ he’s referring to and he did not explain. I guess it’s an inside thing. [It has come to me from listening to some other speeches that the ‘truth’ being referred to here is the ‘truth’ that Jerusalem has always been Israel’s rightful capital because of their ‘history’. The ‘rights’ accorded to Jews because of their ‘history’ are legion … and legendary. When questioned today about the shooting of protesting Palestinians and high number of deaths, White House spokesman quoted Sec. of State Pompeo as saying: “Israel has a right to defend itself.”]

So the unreality continues. It’s not comforting. I believe we need to confront the Jewish menace more directly but most are unwilling to do that. So we tread water, as the antisemitism campaigns grow in demands against our essential freedoms, and every one of our elected representatives in Congress is 100% loyal to Israel. That, however, is not allowed to come up as a campaign issue – have you noticed?

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