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Dutch Paper Prints anti-Semitic Cartoon, Suggesting International Jewry  is Providing Funding to Wilders

Here’s the anti-Semitic cartoon, a Jewish arm shoving wads of money into the suit pocket of Geert Wilders. Sorry in advance, but to properly discern the cartoon, you have to see it. The Hebrew text is very poor, in fact it is an expression which does not exist, but is poorly translated from Dutch. It means to say “many thanks in a polite way.

The Jewish broadcasting organization (Joodse Omroep) has brought a criminal complaint at the Justice Department against the columnist Jos Collignon and the daily De Volkskrant. A complaint has also been brought at the Council for Journalism. The complainant states that in a cartoon published, it is suggested that the Freedom Party is financed by international Jewry and that Jewish capitalism guides the policy of the party. The complainant says that this anti-Semitic cartoon could have been published by the Nazi paper Der Stürmer. Spitsnie

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Jews in Norway: “We Do Not Feel Safe”

Best-selling Norwegian author Hanne N. Herland tells Arutz Sheva her country is the most anti-Semitic in the West:

Norway’s Jews Least Safe, Norwegian government promotes extreme hatred towards Israel (Atlas)

Must be something in the water. Or maybe its that cheap moonshine they brew at home in their bathtubs, but something is not kosher up in the lands of the midnight sun:

Eleven serious anti-Semitic incidents were recorded in Norway last month. This included several death threats made against Norwegian Jews.

She added, “The Norwegian government indirectly accepts the Hamas agenda where its main goals include ethnic cleansing, terror, and genocide against the Jews.”

Herland wondered whether Norway “can be considered a free democratic state”.

Malmö mayor  Ilmar Reepalu attacks Sweden’s Jews (again)

This asshole has a long history of vile anti-Semitic attacks. Repugnant.

Sweden’s Jewish community has railed anew against Malmö mayor IlmarReepalu after comments suggesting the city’s Jewish community had been “infiltrated” by Sweden Democrats to foment anti-Muslim sentiments.

“With this letter, we want to point out that Ilmar Reepalu no long has any credibility among us Jews in Sweden,” reads a letter signed by the heads of the Jewish communities in Malmö, Stockholm, and Gothenburg.”Regardless of what he says and does from now on, we don’t trust him.”
The letter comes following an interview published on Thursday in the liberal-leaning magazine NEO in which Reepalu discussed the “strong ties” between the Jewish community and the Sweden Democrats, a political party with a clear anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim line which has its roots in Sweden’s neo-Nazi movement.According to Reepalu, “Sweden Democrats have infiltrated the Jewish community in order to push their hate of Muslims”.The statements were immediately dismissed by Fred Kahn, chair of the Jewish Community in Malmö (Judiska församlingen) as “pure fantasy”.

Reepalu, a Social Democrat, quickly backtracked on Thursday, admitting to the Dagens Nyheter (DN) daily that he “had no basis” for his claims and that he “shouldn’t have said it that way”.

But the back tracking came too late for the Official Council of Swedish Jewish Communities (Judiska centralrÃ¥det i Sverige – JC), which on Friday penned a letter to Social Democrat head Stefan Löfven blasting Reepalu’s claims.

According to the Jewish leaders, the Malmö mayor has “crossed all boundaries” with his comments, especially considering that Reepalu previously laid blame on Sweden’s Jews for the threats, violence, and harassment to which they’ve been subjected.

“We are more than upset when we today read the interview in the magazine NEO where he flagrantly accuses Jews for ties with the Sweden Democrats,” they write.

“We’re all too familiar with these types of conspiracy theories.”

The Jewish community leaders also warned Löfven that the Social Democrats risk losing support among Sweden’s Jews, many of whom are members of the party, because of Reepalu’s comments.

“Many of them have recently expressed their dismay, but also sadness, about no longer being able to support a party represented by someone whose rhetoric is clearly anti-Semitic,” they write.

Speaking with the TT news agency following the release of the Jewish community’s letter, Reepalu once again defended himself.

“I’ve never been an anti-Semite and never will be,” he said.

“I’ve been in Israel with my children several times and explained to them the importance that Jewish culture has Europeans.”

However, Reepalu ruled out taking any extraordinary measures to make amends with the Jewish community.

“What can I do? They don’t listen,” he said.

Well, they do. We do. And we know a rabid Jew-hater when we see one.
TT/David Landes    
The Egg-Trowers Are Winning
The strategy of attacks and intimidation employed by critics of Lars Vilks is working, argues controversial Swedish artist, who has seen his lecturing activities dry up over organizers fears of riots and being labelled as “racist”.  (Lars Vilks)